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Girl's Only: 8 Outdoor Colorado Experiences that Cater to Women

Girls Rule, Boys….stay at home while we play cool! Grab your girlfriends or daughter and check-out these Colorado adventures for women. Outdoor Experiences that Cater to Women: Chicks Climbing and Skiing, Ouray: Chicks Climbing and Skiing offers courses for women taught exclusively by female instructors and covers a range of topics including avalanche rescue, backcountry […]

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Sesame Street's Big Bird Actor Retires after 50 Years

After five decades as the heart and soul of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, Caroll Spinney is stepping down from the roles he has performed on Sesame Street since its 1969 premiere. It’s impossible to entirely separate the man from the characters he so vibrantly brought to life. Big Bird visited China with Bob […]

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Viral video Dad gets real about wife's suicidal thoughts

Most often, La Guardia Cross makes people laugh — posting funny “New Father Chronicles” videos about parenting his daughters, Amalah, 3, and Nayely, 1, on YouTube and on the TODAY Parenting Team. But in his most recent video, the Florida dad shares the story of his wife Leah’s depression and the suicidal thoughts that recently led to her treatment at a mental health facility. “I’ve […]

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The Abuse of 265 Gymnasts – and You

In January and February 2017, dozens upon dozens of gymnast-survivors confronted their abuser in a United States court. Their personal accounts are devastating and their demands are righteous.  May their courage and mandate for change echo every corner of youth sports – from the elite gymnasiums of Olympic Gymnastics to T-ball and dance classes. And […]

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Frugal Hacks to Save Money for the Holidays

I’m not just a deals blogger. I honestly live a frugal life. I live by my budget and only have so much to spend. It seems like the holidays can be the worst time to blow the budget but here are a five of my top tips for a fun (and frugal) festive holiday! Who […]

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Cat declawing ban passed in Denver

The proposed bill that would ban declawing cats passed unanimously on Monday during a Denver City Council meeting.  Declawing, or onychectomy, is the operation to remove an animal’s claws surgically. All or most of the last bone of each of the ten front toes is removed, and tendons, nerves and ligaments that allow for normal function of […]

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Her Too

I have been a fan of Melissa Bradford since I read her book, Global Mom, a few years ago. She is an American expat living in Germany and has been a powerful voice for refuges. With her permission, I am sharing her recent Facebook post.  === #metoo #hertoo She is about the age of my daughter, […]

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Triceratops Fossil Found in Thornton

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has confirmed that the fossil of a Triceratops has been uncovered at Thornton’s new Public Safety Facility at 132nd Avenue and Quebec Street. So far, a horn and shoulder blade have been unearthed. Work will continue for the next several days at the secure construction site to excavate the […]

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