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Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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I made the trek to Aurora (1469 Dayton St.) to the Vintage Theatre to see the musical “Billy Elliot,” that plays through March 19. I'm happy to report that it was well worth the trip. Billy (Kaden Hinkle) is born into a family of rough and tough … more
Customers stopping by the Lake Ridge Ace Hardware on Feb. 21 to pick up a new snow shovel, or some sod for the coming spring, also received a little chili to spice up their shopping experience. The chili, both Colorado pork green and red beef, … more
There are many organizations and individuals in need of assistance, but for many who are interested in volunteering, it can be tricky finding those with immediate needs. The Community Just Serve Volunteer Fair held on Feb. 25 at the Church of … more
In today’s charged political and social climate, many people have two roles to play — one for the public, another in private. Chauncey Miles, the lead character in Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Nance,” knows just how that feels. He also … more
Chrystal Huskey had a vision for an unconventional bridal show. Rather than a traditional show, where guests pay money to scout an assortment of wedding vendors, she brainstormed a celebration where guests enjoyed food and drinks while mingling with … more
Despite a slick and snowy evening, parents and family turned out in droves to Lakewood’s Creighton Middle School for the Elementary Honor Band and Orchestra Concert, Feb. 23. The annual concert features about 95 of the county’s best band … more
Just being the change is the change. And everybody who watched at least one of the 51 films at this year’s Colorado Environmental Film Festival contributed to the change. At least according to Jimmy Pomey, one of the event’s opening night … more
Recruits from Westminster and Tri-Lakes received an in-person exhibition of how fire moves in a variety of situations at the West Metro Fire training center on Feb. 23. In three 8-foot by 8-foot by 10-foot structures built to simulate a bedroom, … more
About me … I grew up in northern Minnesota by Duluth. I’ve mostly lost the accent, but you can still hear it from time to time. I did my Master’s in Montana, and I loved being in the mountains there, so living in Colorado for the last four … more
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