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FREE Grease & Oil Takeback Event

South Platte Renew Hosting 6th Annual Grease and Oil Takeback ~ ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – South Platte Renew (SPR) invites the communities of Englewood, Littleton, and 19 connecting districts to bring their used cooking grease and automotive oil to the facility located at 2900 S. Platte River Drive in Englewood for safe, easy, and free disposal […]

Santa’s Big Red Sack

20 years ago, Rattlebrain Productions created Santa’s Big Red Sack the non-traditional holiday comedy that quickly became an annual tradition for thousands of comedy lovers across Colorado. Since 2002, Santa’s Big Red Sack has skewered the holidays with sketches and musical parodies. This year that tradition continues with more laughter than ever before as Santa’s […]

Ramblings of a Rambler – Dec. 2022

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers and Happy December! For me personally, I’m glad November is in the rear view mirror. Back in May, I did something to my knee that sent me on a journey through various doctors, specialists and tests. All of this lead to a full knee […]

Exploring Energy Medicine: Healing Touch

By Kirsten Antony R.N. ~ Mystics and healers have always acknowledged the interconnectedness and oneness of reality.  This entanglement between all things is being revealed through the science of quantum mechanics.  Quantum mechanics exposes the fact that what we see as reality is far more mysterious and miraculous than anything we can imagine.  Through our […]

Join The Holiday Joy Squad And Share Kindness

Denver, Colo.  – The Colorado Gerontological Society is again, sponsoring the Holiday Joy Squad.  As our world becomes more unsettled and there is more tension, the holidays provide a time for everyone to share with friends and strangers a calmer and more caring world.

The Mindful Path – The Gift of Winter

By Marilyn Halpern MSW, LSW ~ “Take a walk outside. It will serve you far more than pacing around in your mind.” – Rasheed Ogunlaru Colorado may be the best place to enjoy the year-round beauty of endless blue skies and sunny days. We often enjoy the favorable conditions to get out and get some […]

Make Your Wishes Clear While You Are Well

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.  To all of you who have read my articles, I hope my articles have given you food for thought. To all of you who have become my clients, thank you for your support. I appreciate your business and the opportunity to be of service to you.  I hope you and […]

Secure Your Primary Online Accounts – Part 1: Apple ID

By Patrick Baker ~ Recently, I’ve met numerous clients who had difficulty managing passwords and accessing the primary online accounts we rely on daily for using phones, tablets, and computers. Your essential online accounts – Apple ID, Google, Facebook, bank, brokerage, healthcare portal, and others – need protection. Losing a phone or password can create […]

Vintage Theatre presents DOT

Vintage Theatre presents DOT By Colman Domingo Directed by Mykai Eastman~ Vintage Theatre presents the Regional Premiere of “DOT,” November 11 through December 18 at 1468 Dayton St. in Aurora.  Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Sundays at 2:30 p.m. and Monday, November 21 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets ranging from $20 – $34 […]

Vintage Theatre Productions Presents “Who’s Holiday”

A New Play with a Twist of Rhyme! By Matthew Lombardo Directed by Heather Frost ~ Denver, Colo. – Vintage Theatre Productions presents the return of the hilarious (and very adult) “Who’s Holiday” December 5 – 31. Performances are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays; Friday, December 30 and Saturday, December 31 at 7:30 p.m. Vintage […]

Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography Focuses on Native Voices and Perspectives

Featuring New and Recent Works by More than 30 Indigenous Photographers, opens at the Denver Art Museum February 2023 ~ DENVER – The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will present Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography, one of the first major museum surveys to explore the practices of Indigenous photographers working over the past three decades. Featuring […]

Denver Art Museum presents Rugged Beauty: Antique Carpets from Western Asia in winter 2022

More than 40 artworks explore the craftsmanship of carpet weaving in west Asia over six centuries ~ Carpets from Western Asia, opening December 2022. This exhibition opens a window into the artistic and utilitarian innovations of weavers, domestic consumption and the cross-cultural exchanges between present-day Turkey, Iran and the Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia) from […]

Old Time Radio Comedies in Westminster in December

“Old Time Radio Christmas Comedy” presented LIVE in Westminster ~ You are invited to come and enjoy two “Old Time Radio” Christmas Comedies performed LIVE on Sunday, December 11, 2022, at 1 p.m. at Advent Lutheran Church in Westminster by the Advent Radio Players.  An episode of The Life of Riley “No Christmas Bonus” originally […]

Readers’ Corner, Dec. 2022: Life Stories

By Bonnie McCune & Kathleen Duhamel ~ Jeannette Walls’ remarkable journey from the impoverished daughter of deeply dysfunctional parents to successful journalist and author is chronicled in The Glass Castle, her best-selling memoir. Her charismatic father was an alcoholic and her selfish mother, an artist and “free spirit,” ignored Walls’ and her three siblings’ most […]

Financial Focus: Protect financial accounts from “cyberthieves”

By Jeremy Laufer ~ Cybercrime is booming. In 2021, the FBI reported that cybercriminals scammed nearly $7 billion from Americans — a figure slightly higher than the gross domestic product (GDP) of Switzerland for that year, according to research organization World Economics. How can you protect yourself from cyberthieves?


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