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Everybody hates Hamlet at Miners Alley

To be or not to be… bored by the ramblings of a certain prince of Denmark is a question one need not face when going to see the hilarious new entry in Miners Alley Playhouse’s season, “I Hate … more

Column: Presentation to spotlight ageism

Ageism is all around us: in the workplace, in commercials, movies and TV shows we watch, in the cards we buy, the products marketed to us and yes, even in the language we speak. Has anyone ever said … more

From the Editor: Support for SROs

Over the last few years, the idea of defunding the police was tied to the idea that we would have better outcomes with depleted law enforcement resources. While I am continually in support of more … more

Column: Vulnerable and transparent, and the courage to be both

The team building event was held at Top Golf. The vice president of sales was reluctant to have the meeting there as he had never played golf and didn’t want to embarrass himself. His team … more

Arvada Center takes audiences back to ‘Our Town’

There are some 20th century plays that are simply synonymous with the theater. And right at the top of that list is Thornton Wilder’s immortal story of small-town life and love, “Our Town.” … more

From the Editor: Small gestures are big

I recently took my children to an event created by a mom and employee of a local school district. I only found out about the monthly gathering hosted in my community by chance at a birthday party. … more

Column: Mindset is crucial when planning

Investors have been on the stock market and interest rate roller coaster so long they may feel as though they have gone mad. Planning around continued volatility is a challenge unless you are … more

Column: Courage, discretion and making a choice

Discretion is the better part of valor,” “Caution is preferrable to rash bravery,” and “The better part of valor is discretion, in the which better part I have saved my life.” - All … more

Column: Success is achievable …together

Last month we celebrated Black History Month and as the first African American commissioner in Arapahoe County, it is important to me to take stock of not only the achievements and progress we’ve … more

Denver Jewish Film Festival adds new voices

There’s nothing wrong with taking a new approach to a beloved event — that’s how new perspectives and stories get added to familiar ones. In his second year as general manager of the JCC Mizel … more

Column: Know before saying ‘no’

There is an old saying, “If you don’t ask, you don’t get” or, “If you don’t ask, the answer will always be no.” Many times these are associated with salespeople who stopped short of … more

From the Editor: We are traumatized

On Feb. 22, as calls came into local police departments that our schools were under attack, one thing became apparent — We are very traumatized in society. Thankfully, the reports to 911 that … more

Column: The gift of island time and mountain time

The circular bar was busy but not too busy. There were two bartenders working the bar. Our view was of the beautiful snow-covered mountains as the restaurant was at the top of a ski resort. As the … more

Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival celebrates AAPI stories

Proving the power of storytelling has been part of the Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival since its inception and this year it is taking the time to celebrate all the voices that share their stories. more

A whole new immersive Disney world

Anyone who has fallen in love with a Disney animated film knows one of the great joys of the studio’s work is getting lost in the astounding worlds that have been created. more

Column: Osteopathic benefits explained

The healthcare needs of older adults are unique. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 85% of older adults have at least one chronic health condition. While … more

Column: Humility — the lost character trait of success

While working with one of our clients, I had the opportunity to observe an interaction between a leader and someone on their team. We had all been working on a project that spanned several months, … more

From the Editor: Tale of 2 districts

In Arapahoe County and Douglas County we are watching a tale of two school districts unfold. That tale is all about how teachers are compensated and what it will all mean as the scenarios play out. … more

Explore your blind spot in Thornton

There are any number of ways to move through the world. Every day, artist and historian Chloé Duplessis makes the conscious decision to move in love. As a woman of color and person navigating life … more

From the Editor: Going to 5

Recently, State Rep. Bob Marshall did exactly what he said he was going to do when he ran for office — he introduced a bill that would require large counties to expand from three- to five-member … more
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