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See Array Of Headline Talent At JAAMM Fest Through Nov. 12

Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary, Attendees Can Choose From Music, Dance, Film Author Lectures The Valley isn’t lacking for festivals, but a select few consistently find a way to differentiate themselves in a crowded field. The 10th annual celebration of Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies & Music Festival (JAAMM) has distinguished itself from the crowd. The 18-day…
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Opioid Crisis — Children Are The Unseen Casualties

by Julie Hayden The little boy was just seven years old when he was brought to the Tennyson Center in Denver. It’s a refuge of last resort for children who have been abused, neglected or traumatized. Tennyson Center CEO Ned Breslin says this boy had been removed from the place he and his heroin-addicted mother…
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Angry Neighbors Complain City Of Denver A Slumlord

by Julie Hayden It’s a peaceful neighborhood tucked just around the corner from Exposition and Quebec. The yards are carefully tended; flowers bloom and shady trees line the street in front of beautifully maintained homes. But one house in this quiet neighborhood stands out like a sore thumb. “It’s an eyesore,” complains neighbor Deborah Costin.…
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An Uncommonly Great Bargain At CommonGround Golf Course

by Julie Hayden [caption id="attachment_5765" align="alignright" width="500"] George H. Solich, President and CEO[/caption] Merriam-Webster Dictionary has myriad definitions for the word “common” including that the word means “falling below ordinary standards,” “lacking refinement,” and “characterized by lack of privilege or special status.” Undoubtedly, the Colorado Golf Association intended, when it named the golf course it…
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