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Jack Etkin

In poetry circles, John Reinhart describes himself as an “arsonist.” Not in a casual aside at a gathering of poets or in a murmur that could be mistaken. No, this hit-the-brakes jolt is front and center, in boldface, right at the top of his website: more

People of South Denver

Art has helped Kaitlyn Sterlace overcome personal difficulties. It has become a guiding force, a source of comfort and healing, changing how she views the world. Having reaped benefits from her own aesthetic creations, Sterlace, 24, is passionate more

Capitol Lifestyle

Until she turned seven this year, birthdays came with a cost for Audra. She would eat cake and drink juice and savor that center-of-attention joy. Within a matter of hours, invariably, she would throw up. Gabby Ettinger, Audra's mother, was... more

Capitol Lifestyle

Amid the urban bustle of Uptown, Jalan Facial Spa is an oasis of serenity. Jalan (pronounced Je-LON) means “journey” in Malay, an appropriate name considering how far C.K. Low and Kim Liu have traveled from their Asian roots to establish... more

Cap Hill Business News

It will be dark when Al Herzel leaves his Littleton home on May 21 and heads for City Park in Denver. He will join a hoard of runners gathering there in the early morning light as they ready for the 26.2-mile marathon challenge. more

Capitol Lifestyle

David Kolacny has spent his entire working life at Kolacny Music Shop. At 62, he’s often asked when he will retire, a question Kolacny sidesteps with a telling paternal reference. “I say, ‘Well, I can’t until my dad does, and he’s 88,’” Kolacny said. more

South Denver Lifestyle

Williams takes over as Glendale Raptors head coach By Jack Etkin The goal for Dave Williams was always to be a head rugby coach, a call-the-shots guy, rather than a trustworthy assistant. The career move Williams was hoping for finally came when... more

South Denver Lifestyle

The Denver Waldorf School has created a Diversity Scholarship with the intent of making the student body more racially, ethnically and culturally diverse. The school has obtained $25,000 from two foundations to fund the scholarship. more

South Denver Education News

He repeatedly runs around four city blocks, passing houses, a few businesses and mostly Lincoln Elementary School with it's sizeable playground area. Schools tend to have smoother and wider sidewalks and more reliable snow removal and tree-trimming. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

It was 1999, and Marlin Dorhout needed toys. A friend was going to Nicaragua on a Habitat for Humanity mission and asked Dorhout if he wanted to go along. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Himalayan salt, which comes from Pakistan, is used for its high-altitude purity. This particular salt contains the same 84 minerals and elements found in the human body. more

South Denver Business News

The lofty goal remains unchanged, the same aim-for-the-top objective the University of Denver lacrosse team has every year. The difference for DU this season is its majestic view of the collegiate lacrosse landscape. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE