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Dave Says: Display a kind spirit

By Staff

Display a kind spirit Dear Dave, My mom and dad filed bankruptcy recently and are on a fixed income of $2,200 a month. They gave up their house, and my wife and I helped them find an apartment. We’re also trying to give them other ...


The truth about parents’ lies

By Steve Beauregard

A key to mastering parenting is the ability to lie to your children. Unlike adults, kids will accept your lies at face value. Because they are stupid. Here are parents’ top go-to lies: “In a little bit” “In a ...


Time Suck: Gym Classics

By Staff

GYM CLASSICS Perhaps you know the people who take their workouts either a little too seriously or start doing exercises in inexplicable ways. This video, “Stupid People at the Gym,” shines the spotlight on these special people. ...


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You Saw It, June 9

By Staff

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Stick it! Families, dinos, flip-flops add up to plenty of rear window manifesto-izing

By Rachel Sauer

Grrrrrrr. Grrrrrrrrrrrr! RRRROWWRRRR! Run for your lives on your spindly stick legs! Tyrannosaurus rex outline is on a rampage! Aaaiiieeeee!! Save the twiggy children and their little lollipop heads! Crunch. Too late. Vinyl decal T. rex ...


Art is a big part of the local community

By Robin Brown

Art is a funny thing. My 7-year-old daughter, Merli, and I were standing in a modern art museum a few months ago staring at a large white canvas that hung alone in a white room. Two adults stood nearby discussing the white painting. After ...


Quick Picks: Veterans events; ‘Goosebumps’; and Miss Emily

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, June 10 All are welcome Honor and celebrate veterans from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Help Hospitalized Veterans Community-Based Arts and Crafts Center, 1670 North Ave. There will be a car show, barbecue and games as people can learn about ...


Denver jails to start courting inmate voters

By The AP

DENVER — Denver is cranking up voter outreach to some folks who probably think they aren’t eligible to cast ballots — jail inmates. The Denver Elections Division announced Wednesday that it plans to make a special effort ...


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Music Scene: March Fourth Marching Band and other area shows for June 10–16

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Colorado Riverfront Concert Series returns this summer with three outdoor concerts scheduled at James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park, Fruita Section, a half mile south of Interstate 70 on Colorado Highway 340. The series-opening ...


Piceance gas estimate explodes

By Gary Harmon

The volume of natural gas trapped in northwest Colorado’s Piceance Basin is far greater than had been previously estimated, the U.S. Geological Survey said Wednesday. The survey’s mean estimate of 66 trillion cubic feet far ...


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