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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 rest of the current season until closing day, currently scheduled for June 2, 2019, plus […]

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 in one’s home and a vicious cycle of not having the energy to clean, then […]

Documentary Sheds Light On Denver’s Houseless Rights

 Movement & Local “Right To Survive” Ballot Initiative 300 ~ DENVER, CO – April 1, 2019 – The Right To Rest is a new feature length documentary, directed by Sarah Megyesy & Guillermo Roqués, that is a must see before voting by May 7th.  The film focuses on Denver’s homeless rights movement and follows the trajectories […]

Birthday Celebration for 101 Year Old and Baby Sister (age 93)

On Wednesday, March 27, 2018, about 15 special friends and family gathered at the Golden Corral Restaurant in Aurora to celebrate a birthday celebration for big sister, Roberta Thomas (for her 101st birthday – DOB: 3/17/18) and younger sister, Bessie Jones (for her 93rd birthday – DOB: 3/8/26). Born in Cancienne, Louisiana, Ms. Roberta is […]

Safety Alert: Potholes

Pothole damage costs U.S. drivers $3 billion annually DENVER (March 21, 2019) – While spring has officially sprung in Colorado, don’t be fooled: Winter’s end doesn’t necessarily signal safer roads, quiet yet. That’s because Colorado’s day-to-day temperature fluctuations invariably lead to a major motorist danger: potholes.

Help! How Do I Confront A Neighbor Who Lets His Dog Poop On My Lawn?

By Sophie Kaemmerle ~ When you find dog poop on your property, and you don’t own a dog yourself, you may be wondering how it got there. Not only is dog poop gross and hard to clean off your shoes, it is also an environmental hazard according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). […]

Five Tips to Start Funeral Planning Conversations

By Gail Rubin, CT ~ Funeral planning is a hard conversation to start. You can only laugh in the face of death when it seems like a distant possibility. Just as talking about sex won’t make you pregnant, talking about funerals won’t make you dead – and your family can reduce stress at a time […]

Get Ready for the May Municipal Elections!

7 Candidate and Ballot Issue Forums  Denver Decides, a consortium composed of the League of Women Voters of Denver, Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, Historic Denver, and Denver 8 TV, will once again hold candidate and ballot issue forums for the upcoming May 7 election.  The forums will be held in the community and also taped for later viewing on […]

Wonderbound Receives $10,000 Grant For Production Of Boomtown

DENVER, CO Feb. 14, 2019 – National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $27 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2019. Included in this announcement is an Art Works grant of $10,000 to Wonderbound for the organization’s production […]

Adams County Approves Preliminary Plan for Affordable Housing Development

Feb. 19, 2019 – The Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the rezoning, preliminary development plan, and preliminary plat for a 116-unit, multi-family housing development at 7401 Broadway in unincorporated Adams County at public hearing today.

New Findings Show Magic Mountain Archaeological Site Is Older Than Originally Understood

DENVER – An archaeological site near Golden, Colorado, was occupied by humans thousands of years earlier than originally understood, according to new research conducted by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in partnership with the Paleocultural Research Group (PCRG) and the University of Kansas Odyssey Archaeological Research Program (OARP).

Colorado Senior Softball Readies for 2019 Season

The Colorado Senior Softball Association (CSSA) held a Board of Directors meeting in late January to begin preparations for the 2019 season, which will start play or regular scheduled games in mid-April. The Spring Managers Meeting will be held in early March.

Fear of Falling

What me? Captain of the basketball team in high school? Field hockey half-back? Tennis player all through the years my children were growing up and beyond?

Montbello Leadership Council

Montbello has changed drastically since I was a young girl. I remember the atmosphere felt new, budding with large homes, shops, and friendly neighbors. So much has changed…After living in Houston for over 5 years and returning back to Denver, I was shocked to learn how much had actually changed in Montbello. I am a […]

Annual Car Ownership Costs Nearly $9K

New cars lose $3,000 annually from depreciation alone ~ DENVER (Jan. 9, 2019) – If you bought a new car in 2018, you might have focused on the purchase price and monthly payment when it came time to calculate just how much car you could afford. That means, per AAA’s 2018 Your Driving Costs study, you likely overlooked […]