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Fleurish – Fête des Fleurs declared ‘by far, the biggest of them all’

Fleurish – Fête des Fleurs declared ‘by far, the biggest of them all’

By Glory Weisberg The Denver Botanic Gardens Fête des Fleurs reaped a rich reward for its spectacular Chihuly art glass exhibit with a record-breaking and sold out attendance of more than 500 guests. Credit goes also to the Fête’s chairs, Kelly Eisinger and Jennifer Marsico Milo. Helping bring in 33 committee members, some new to […]

Ex-Republican makes independent run in 1st District

Ex-Republican makes independent run in 1st District

Stroud ran under GOP banner in 2012 By Peter Jones The trials faced by Republicans in the 1st Congressional District have just gotten more challenging with the entrance of independent candidate Danny Stroud into the race to represent the Democratic-dominated area. The former Republican, who unsuccessfully sought the seat in 2012 as the party’s nominee, […]

Ice-cold for change

Ice-cold for change

CNI, ALS Association, local celebrities complete bucket challenge On Aug. 20, Colorado Neurological Institute, The ALS Association Rocky Mountain Chapter, local community celebrities, ALS patients, the CNI ALS Clinic team and doctors completed the Ice Bucket Challenge near Colorado Neurological Institute in the medical campus gardens. To spread awareness for ALS, these individuals dumped coolers […]

There and Back Again: An around the world backpacking trip

There and Back Again: An around the world backpacking trip

Part I of III    By Leah McFail Life remains replete with moments where deciding which path to take at the crossroad hinges on trusting unknown outcomes and having faith. Indeed, one of my favorite quotes attributed to Edward Keller captures this very sentiment: “When you come to the end of all the light you […]

Breaking The Ice: HealthSouth of Littleton takes the plunge for ALS

Breaking The Ice: HealthSouth of Littleton takes the plunge for ALS

By Peter Jones If you have not heard about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, your head must be stuck in a bucket. For nearly a month, everyone from former President George W. Bush to pop star Lady Gaga have felt the head rush of ice-filled water, as part of a social-media-driven awareness and fundraising campaign. […]

CCSD Superintendent Bull accepts, dishes out ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

CCSD Superintendent Bull accepts, dishes out ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Submitted by CCSD Harry Bull’s commentary about the freezing temperatures was short and sweet. “That was cold,” Bull offered mere moments after he’d dumped a full bucket of ice-cold water over his own head on the lawn in front of the Cherry Creek Educational Services Center on Aug. 19. There was little time for shivers […]

The Landmark unveils new luxury condos in East tower

The Landmark unveils new luxury condos in East tower

East West Partners making new strides in rebranding By Tom Barry During the weekend of Aug. 23-24, The Landmark residential development in Greenwood Village experienced something it had not seen for years – numerous curious and potential buyers. On Saturday morning as the sales office opened, a small group of people waited at the front […]

Englewood gets new city manager

Englewood gets new city manager

Keck led city of similar size in Idaho   By Peter Jones Eric Keck, a former city administrator from Idaho, has been named Englewood’s next city manager. The veteran of both the public and private sectors was selected last week from a field of six finalists after a months-long nationwide search. He replaces outgoing City […]

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen ‘graduates’ Craig

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen ‘graduates’ Craig

Olympian begins new life journey  By Tom Barry Last week at the end of two months of hard work and rehabilitation from a severed spinal cord, Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen left Englewood’s Craig Hospital. The Olympic gold-medal winner, who attended Cherry Creek High School, had been injured in June when the ATV she was […]

A Grand ole time

A Grand ole time

Western Welcome Week ends with annual parades

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