Award Winning Filmmaker Brings Psilocybin Documentary To Denver Prior To Decriminalization Vote

On May 1st Golden Teacher Films and Decriminalize Denver will present the world premiere of DOSED, a documentary about one of the most important mental health topics in the world. DOSED follows the journey of a suicidal woman who turns…

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Denver Public Defender Turned Full-Time Musician Plays Dickens Opera House Friday, April 19

Littleton-based musician, Mike Massé, recently released a video of his cover of Berlin’s “The Metro.” The video was filmed on an RTD train, at Union Station, Larimer Square, and the 16th Street Mall, and has caught the attention of the…

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Legendary Trumpeter Herb Alpert Keeps Passion Alive

Herb Alpert just turned 84 in March, but he’s still loves what he does which is to play his horn, paint, sculpt, inspire young people to create and put on uplifting concerts with his wife of 45 years, Lani Hall.

Arapahoe Basin Announces Spring Passes

ARAPAHOE BASIN, Colo. –Arapahoe Basin Ski Area (A-Basin) launched its two spring passes today, offering access to enjoy Colorado’s longest ski and snowboard season with no blackout dates.  A 2019 A-Basin spring pass offers unlimited skiing and riding for the…

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The Longmont Chorale presents A Celtic Spring – April 7

A special performance with Colorado-based traditional Celtic duo Gadbaw & Krimmel with the Chorale Singers Colorado-based Celtic duo Beth Gadbaw and Margot Krimmel have performed together throughout the U.S., the U.K, and Ireland. Recently featured on Colorado Public Radio, their…

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Ramblings of a Rambler – April 2019

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time For Seniors ~ Hi Prime Timers! Its looking a lot like spring. My wife Deb and I really enjoyed seeing some of our readers at the Senior events this past month. It’s always good…

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Jodi’s Race for Awareness Celebrates Milestone Anniversary

10 Years of Raising Awareness of Ovarian Cancer – One of the largest ovarian cancer walks in the country is scheduled for June 8, 2019 at City Park ~ DENVER, Colo. – Anniversaries are especially important when you’re a cancer…

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Congress Must Act to Keep Prescription Drug Costs From Rising

By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ A massive increase in the out-of-pocket prescription drug costs for Colorado older adults is looming in the months ahead unless Congress steps in to fix the “out-of-pocket cliff”. Many Medicare beneficiaries who have benefited from…

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Colorado Alzheimer’s totals continue to rise

First the good news: research to find a cure for Alzheimer’s – the last major disease without a prevention, treatment or cure – is being funded at record-high levels, and there is promising research that offers hope for the future.

Alzheimer’s disease is not limited to the elderly

A man in his early 50s experiences personality changes that baffle his family and land him in jail when police don’t know how to deal with him… A 58-year-old business executive gets lost on the way home from work –…

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Colorado’s Citizen Legislature – April 2019

Senate Bill 19-172: Titled “Crimes Related to An At-Risk Person, and In Connection Therewith, Creating the Crimes of Unlawful Abandonment and Unlawful Confinement,” SB 172 is has yet to have its first committee hearing, despite its significance. The legislative declaration…

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Creative Eldering – Depression Avoidance Strategies

Have you been down and blue, moody and hopeless? Are you thinking that nothing is going your way? Are you holding on to the lyrics of that old blues tune “Born under a Bad Sign” by Albert King? The refrain…

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Know the Difference Between a Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest

By Dr. Michael D. Horowitz, National Medical Director for Optum Health ~ Crushing chest pain, shortness of breath and pain in the neck and arms are all classic telltale signs of a heart attack, but aren’t those also the symptoms…

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Restore Your Health: What’s Your ACE Score?

By Cate Reade, MS, RD, SFS ~ What you don’t know can hurt you.  Learning your ACE score can completely change your life by unlocking greater health, vitality and joy. That’s what it did for me on my healing journey…

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Hidden Hazards in the Home

As people age, it seems like things get harder to do. Whether it is going up and down the stairs, completing chores, or getting rid of things no longer needed. This can lead to an accumulation of too many items…

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