Dear Amy: My wife of 20 years surrendered her daughter, “Betsy” for adoption 30 years ago.
My wife and I were reunited with Betsy 10 years ago and have become very close, although Betsy lives in a different state.
Dear Amy: I am 24 years old. I am a happy person overall, but lately I’ve been feeling down. With everything going on in today’s world, and the state of society these days, it scares me at times.
Arlene Johnson is to receive the Sue Miller Survivor Award at the 2017 Evening of Caring, a dinner and fashion show where all models are breast cancer survivors.
Johnson has long been active in Denver philanthropic circles, holding leadership positions with groups that include the American Diabetes Association, Colorado Neurological Institute, the Denver Center Alliance, Cancer League of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain MS Society.
I’m scurrying around the house tidying up, which gives me away.
“Expecting someone?” asks DC, who is leaving for work. I was almost in the clear.
“Yes,” I say, hoping that will suffice.
A preschool that opened in Centennial last spring soon will hold its first open house for potential student families.
More than 2,000 years ago, the inhabitants of a settlement in what is now eastern England did something that might seem totally unremarkable: They put a chicken in a pot.
It may not exactly be a dirty little secret, but it’s certainly dirty. Cheese – that sultry dairy product that we positively obsess over – is nothing but decay and decomposition.
We’ve got your new go-to, quick eat right here: Lazo Empanadas, which just opened in the former Buenos Aires Pizzeria space at 22nd and Larimer streets.
If you’re unfamiliar, think of them as Argentinian calzones – little handheld “pies” filled with meat and cheese.
Americans love their cheese, but maybe not as much as dairy farmers do.
Even after people cut back on milk use for decades — a consequence of more drink options including juices, sodas and sports drinks — U.S.
By Leanne Italie, The Associated Press
Incoming first lady Melania Trump wore a sky-blue cashmere jacket and mock turtleneck dress by Ralph Lauren, the brand that designed so many Hillary Clinton pantsuits, on Inauguration Day.
IHOP’s all-you-can-eat pancakes promo is back, through Feb. 12. Get the deal by ordering one of the combo meals with two buttermilk pancakes and eggs, hash browns and your choice of sausage, bacon or ham.
It was a little before 10:30 on Tuesday morning when three-time world champion calf roper Tuf Cooper, riding a horse named Rambo, barreled out onto the arena floor of the Denver Coliseum.
Denver tech entrepreneur Danny Newman remembers when his mother, Paula, started working as a waitress at My Brother’s Bar, the iconic watering hole in Lower Highland. He was just 4.
By Maura Judkis, The Washington Post
If I were a wine and had to marry this recipe, I’d ask it, “OK, where am I pairing up with you? With the meaty richness of the lamb? With the sweetness of the cooked root vegetables?
By Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, Special to The Washington Post
It’s winter: We’ve nested inside, we’re ready for stews and braises, but we’re still strapped to that infernal invention, the clock.
Dear Amy: Shortly after my husband and I began dating, he bought a large-breed puppy. He took the dog everywhere he went. We then moved in together, we got another small, mixed-breed dog that we hoped would keep the large dog busy, since he was always demanding my husband’s attention.
If any process can directly demonstrate the complex web of life and the mysterious cycles of death, decay and rebirth, it’s composting. Humans have been composting in one form or another for more than 2,000 years.
By Kim Cook, The Associated Press
Recycling has become the norm in many communities. The detritus of our daily lives — plastic, glass, metal and paper — makes its weekly trek to processing plants across the country.
If your new year’s resolutions are already distant memories, congratulations — you’re just like the rest of America. Also, that means you can eat fried chicken guilt-free. Lots of fried chicken.
By Kristen Wyatt, The Associated Press
DENVER (AP) — Denver is starting work Wednesday on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.
By Helena Andrews-Dyer and Emily Heil, The Washington Post
President-elect Donald Trump’s Twitter-issued command to folks celebrating his swearing-in later this week: “Have fun!”
Thank you, Blackbelly. Thank you for finally filling that AC/DC/beef chuck/gin void that we’d so hoped a restaurant would fill.
The Boulder restaurant just revealed a new, musically inspired winter cocktail list and a deep-cut primal dinner series.
For nearly 20 years, the odd-shaped building at the corner of Lone Tree Parkway and South Yosemite Street has been a community institution in Lone Tree.
But the long-time Lone Tree library — built to look like an open book standing on end — was left hollow in 2016 when Douglas County Libraries moved into a larger, more modern facility in the RidgeGate neighborhood.
By Carlo Piovano, The Associated Press
LONDON — The eight individuals who own as much as half of the rest of the planet are all men, and have largely made their fortunes in technology.