Published on Thursday, July 19 2012 01:00
A previous article highlighting the 2011 Central City Opera season appeared in the spring of 2011. This year, for the 2012 season, the operas include the Turn of the Screw, Oklahoma, and La Bohème. On Friday, July 13, my husband and I took the chance to see the last two afore mentioned productions in one day.
Published on Monday, July 09 2012 08:53
Cheyenne Frontier Days provides twelve days packed with western fun, food, and entertainment for the whole family, July 20-29. Don your western duds and choose your favorite activities from the schedule here. Whether you spend one day or all, you are sure to have a good time.
Before the Parade, enjoy pancakes, ham, milk or coffee, and plenty of syrup. The Kiwanis and Boys and Girls Club cook enough to feed almost 40,000 attendees.
Published on Thursday, June 07 2012 07:46
My recent articles concentrated on local daytrips but I’d like to deviate this week and share the experience my husband and I experienced recently. A friend we met on several Dixieland Jazz cruises invited us to share a week in his four-bedroom timeshare in Cabo. We’ve all heard the warnings about visiting Mexico. So, I Googled the
Published on Thursday, June 21 2012 12:31
Beloved Roberta Babinet passed away on May 22, 2012 while traveling in Paris at the age of 65. She is survived by Bertrand Babinet, her husband of 46 years; her son Eric and his wife Lisa and grandchildren Jeremy and Alia Babinet of California; her son Matthew Babinet of California; her son David and his wife Yakova Babinet of New York; her sister Joyce Kemp and her husband John Kemp of New Hampshire, and her sister Jackie Wieczkowski and her husband Ricky Wieczkowski of Florida.
Published on Thursday, May 24 2012 07:08
September 29, 1930 – May 20, 2012
Pauline Ward, age 81, of Lyons, died peacefully on Sunday, May 20, at The Peaks Care Center in Longmont. She was born on September 29, 1930 to William and Jessie Benoit in Stephenville Crossing, Newfoundland, Canada. On July 17, 1961, she married Earl Ward in Raton, New Mexico.
Pauline traveled throughout Europe extensively before coming to the United States in her 30’s, and settled in Oregon, where she worked as a nanny and telephone operator at an army base before moving to Colorado.
Published on Thursday, June 14 2012 01:00
In a general sense a general sense, true. But a foundation is only the start. I would suggest that just as important as a good foundation is a good roof. The best foundation in the world won’t do you a bit of good without a roof to protect the overall structure of the building, and in some cases, the foundation itself.
Published on Thursday, May 17 2012 01:00
It’s spelled D-U-C-T, not D-U-C-K, right? Not so fast. As I was researching the origins of this ubiquitous and arguably the most useful product known to humanity, I stumbled upon the most interesting facts. One of which is that, indeed, the product now known as duct tape today started out as “Duck Tape” in World War II. Like some of the adhesives I wrote about last month, the military has been quite instrumental in many of the