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Back in 2015 the Golden City Council awarded an $800,000 contract to Team Pain to redesign the Ulysses Skate Park into a state-of-the-art facility. Work began that fall, and now, a year and a half later, the new park has reopened. As of April 22, … more
There is no right answer when it comes to cooking. That’s what Chef Peggy Halderman told her audience at the fourth and final class of the Food Power series. “The bottom line is,” she said, “does it taste good? Once you have the … more
Golden Landmarks Association’s 16th annual Living Landmarks Dinner takes place May 5. The dinner is an opportunity to celebrate the association’s chosen honorees, which are selected because of a demonstrated dedication to Golden and has had a … more
For the past couple of months, the 15 fourth-graders that make up Golden's Girl Scout Troop 3915 were busy planning not one birthday, but 35 birthdays. “They thought a good way to celebrate the Girl Scouts was to be able to provide a birthday … more
After brewing kombucha in his kitchen for several years, Castle Rock resident Marc Gaudreault decided to turn his product into a commercial business. One year ago, he founded TruBucha, a kombrewery operating out of a commercial kitchen in Denver. … more
In Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Teachers, Wheat Ridge resident and elementary school teacher Cathy Kopp turns a classroom tragedy into a moving memorial to the resilience of the human spirit. Kopp’s story, “A Shooting Star,” … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
  Every good story should have a solid beginning and a strong ending. So this week I’m going to try to give just that to my readers.   The solid beginning is a new show … more
As a creative person, it is encouraging to know whether people support the work. But for romance novelist Paul Sheldon, his number one fan Annie Wilkes might be a step or two over the line. That’s the setup of Stephen King’s classic horror … more
Colorado School of Mines students stepped back in time for this year’s Engineering Days (E-Days) events. E-Days takes place annually on campus and offers students an opportunity to take a break from studies and enjoy a variety of performances and … more
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