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Opinion: Achieving success starts with defining success

The children laughed at one another as each took a turn playing the game. With each passing turn, the children laughed harder, cheering on their friends. more

Opinion: I’m mad and it feels so good

Doesn’t it just drive you crazy when someone tells you to “calm down” or “just be positive”? Right when you have that deep frustration or anger inside of you bubbling up and someone tries … more

Being present can be a present

As most of us are in similar situations, I was stunned and saddened by the recent loss of a long-time friend to cancer. We met as children, and were actually engaged in kindergarten … though, for … more

A look at proposed election law changes

I enjoyed the baseball all-star game and was thinking about how lucky Denver was to get the game. You may remember it was moved here by baseball officials to voice their displeasure with the voting … more

Clear Creek schools are back in session

We are back! By the time you read this, students will be back in classrooms, or outside on a trail or in some other interesting place learning. Before students returned, educators spent time learning … more

Immerse yourself in Lumonics’ lights and sounds

Great artists aren’t exactly well known for staying in the same place for long. That certainly was the case for Dorothy and Mel Tanner, the former of whom had a background in sculpture and the … more

Opinion: Watch marketplace to invest appropriately

Summer is coming to an end. The kids are going back to school, and we feel the year slipping away. We are well into the third quarter, and many investors are amazed at how resilient the stock market … more

Opinion: Our brand is more than just the logo on our shirt

The other day a teenager was approaching me wearing a black concert T-shirt with an image of Led Zeppelin on the front, and the year 1977. He happened to stop right in front of me to wait for traffic … more

50 Ways to Leave Your Boredom Behind in Denver

Most people in the metro area are at least a little familiar with historic sites like the Molly Brown House and the Brown Palace. But there’s undoubtedly some who will not recognize the Gonzalez … more

Opinion: Court lambasts Colorado attorneys engaged in election lies

Two Colorado attorneys are about to feel the full effect of espousing election conspiracy theories in federal court. more

Opinion: Recognition begins with appreciation

The business operates seven days a week in the summer months. Some days are busier than others, with customers waiting in line. more

Explore creative expressions at Walker Fine Art

I think all creative expression is an experiment. The creator may know what they’re aiming for, but there’s no guarantee things will pan out the way you hope. The often-abstract act of making is … more

Olympics different than the other games

I was thrilled when the 1976 winter Olympics were awarded to Denver. The best part was that most of the Nordic skiing events were to take place in my hometown of Steamboat Springs. What a great way … more

Unexpected advice: Shrug it off

A friend of mine has spent most of his life in a gym. He has gone from body building to power lifting and then back to body building. He is now in maintenance mode like many his age. But even now, … more

Something to almost stop and think about

Have you noticed those new, red, octagonal signs they’ve been putting up around town? I’m not sure what their purpose is. Maybe you do. If so, please let me in on it. Each of the signs has four … more

Bringing mindfulness into your everyday life

When we bring awareness into our daily activities we are able to actively seek the joy of being alive. Living mindfully also helps us take in the beauty that surrounds us each day. Meditation and … more

Meet the new State Historian

For a lot of children, books about magical worlds and bigger than life adventures are the best way to spend their time. But when she was young, Dr. Nicki Gonzales immersed herself in the chronicles … more

It may be time to give money away

A true sign of financial independence is to worry about your estate plan and what to do with your assets after you pass away. Some people, myself included, spend their entire adult life worrying … more

Trapped in the platitude escalation cycle

Some of you might remember radio broadcaster Paul Harvey. He always ended his daily program with two words. “Good day.” Hippies turned that into “Have a nice day.” Then “Have a good day” … more

Anyone else but me

You will make a lousy anybody else, but you will be the best ‘you’ in existence.” — Zig Ziglar Many of us daydream or fantasize about being someone else. Did you ever look at someone else’s … more
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