Keyword: Christy Steadman
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Denver Architecture Foundation’s Doors

Everybody lives in a space that was created by somebody. “Everybody works in a space that was created by somebody,” said Dennis Humphries, principal with RATIO, an architecture firm … more

Celebrating friendship through song and dance

During the 1918 global pandemic, a new dance was born among Native Americans. Today called the jingle dress dance, its origins came about when Native American women would put jingles on their dress … more

Scooping and chatting

The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Club is a small club, but its 30 members are dedicated to making a big impact. “Our motto is ‘Service Above Self,’” said Joel Russman, a Washington Park … more

Where did all the quarters go?

I never realized how dependent I am on coins — quarters, specifically — until recently with the national coin shortage. USA Today on July 21 reported: “As the spreading coronavirus and … more

Future still uncertain for Denver's Rosedale school

When she was in elementary school in the early 1960s, Jo Peters learned to fold a flag properly. She was one of eight in the color guard at Rosedale Elementary School, and remembers raising the flag … more

Reading, making, exploring with Denver Public Library

Youths enjoy talking with library staff and their peers about the books they’re reading or what they’re making and creating for the Summer of Adventure program. This year, because of COVID-19 and … more

Eclectic Golden Triangle undergoing a rezone

The Denver Art Museum, Colorado State Capitol and Civic Center Park. These iconic landmarks along with the unique restaurants, cafés and retail shops; schools; residential buildings; and interesting … more

Growing turf

Playing golf at Denver’s City Park Golf Course will be a modernized blast from the past. There will be some nostalgia, said Scott Rethlake, director of Denver Golf, adding that playing the new … more

Colorado Symphony continues to #PlayOn

Whether it is performing at a Rockies baseball game or a Broncos football game, composing original music for the state government or putting on a small concert at a brewery, the Colorado Symphony is … more

Colorado janitors rally to raise awareness

Janitors from across the metro area participated in a car rally in downtown Denver on May 19 to raise awareness of their struggles and to demand justice for the essential workers who are keeping … more

Using creativity to display art in a new environment

A benefit for having an art student exhibition online is that all world has access to the work. The downside, however, is that a thesis exhibition is often one of the first experiences an art … more

Snapshots: worth more than 1,000 words

Well before the pandemic came about, Colorado Community Media — publishers of the Washington Park Profile and Life on Capitol Hill monthlies, as well as 18 weekly newspapers across the metro area … more

Swallow Hill goes virtual during shutdown

Swallow Hill Music is a place that builds community. “There's such an energy about it,” said Cheri Gonzales, Swallow Hill's development manager. “Not having that during this time has been … more

Pantry keeps South students fed during tough time

On a typical Thursday after school, Room 142 in Denver South High School, 1700 E. Louisiana Ave., would be bustling with students shopping for groceries. Then COVID-19 forced schools to close. “But … more

Charity opens door to ability

In 2006 while in Uganda, David Talbot met a 9-year-old girl with an amputated leg because she had broken it falling out of a tree. “She had a compound fracture, and they didn't have any way to fix … more

Virtual sister time

Months ago, I had envisioned writing this column about Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which is in April. My dad has Parkinson’s disease, so it is a topic that I am very much invested in. Not just … more

An ‘unexpected new normal’

With children on an extended spring break and people working from home, parents everywhere are modifying daily routines and schedules to accommodate both child care and career success simultaneously. … more

Kids invent solutions to practical problems

Martin Twarogowski believes he has the best job in the world. “That’s how much fun it is,” he said. Twarogowski is the Charles C. Gates Director of Innovative Learning at Graland Country Day … more
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