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From the Publisher

Just Love February is a time of year many people associate with love. Because of Valentine’s day, we think a little more about those people close to us and buy sweet treats to show them how much they mean to us.  This is also the time of year when many young couples say “I Do” […]

Experience Castle Rock

CASTLE ROCK history Douglas County School District Offices Most residents in and around Castle Rock know that the headquarters for our school district are housed in the District Offices located at 620 Wilcox Street here in Castle Rock, but many may be surprised at just how long that building has been a part of the school […]

Wedding Venues

Wedding Venues So many incredible venues for weddings exist in our area. We did a little looking around and here are some of our favorite places to get married. The Wildlife Experience at CU South Denver 10035 Peoria St Parker, CO 80134 303-315-9434 southdenver.cu.edu CU South Denver represents more than just inspiration for the entire […]

MAD Greens Grows To Castle Rock

MAD Greens Grows To Castle Rock MAD Greens, Colorado’s home-grown salad concept, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Castle Rock restaurant on January 14, 2016. This new location welcomed hundreds of guests who stopped by on opening day to enjoy Castle Rock’s first custom salad eatery. “We’ve looked forward to opening a MAD […]

Libraries – Closer to reality in 2016

Libraries closer to reality in 2016 Beautiful new libraries are closer to becoming reality in three County communities this year. Despite recent snow and alternately freezing and thawing temperatures, progress is on track at construction sites in Castle Pines, Lone Tree and Parker. In Castle Pines, crews are finishing mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-ins and […]

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates for your low back pain Approximately 85% of the US population will experience acute low back pain lasting 2-4 weeks. Let’s face it, we sit too much and move too little, which can contribute to weakness, stiffness and low back pain. If you are one of these people, you know the difficulties that […]

Get Cultured

Get Cultured Have you ever been curious about the various arts and culture organizations around Castle Rock? We are lucky to have so many great groups providing a wide variety of artistic endeavors. Here are a few amazing organizations serving Castle Rock and our cultural community. Castle Rock Museum www.CastleRockMuseum.org The Castle Rock Museum is […]

The Bookends

The Gilded Hour By Sara Donati Welcome to New York City in 1883. Construction on the Brooklyn Bridge is almost complete, transportation was primarily by walking or horse-drawn carriage, gaslight was the main source of lighting and communication is done by writing letters or telegrams. Meet Anna and her cousin Sophie Savard. Both are doctors […]

Local Author Spotlight

The Great University of Life By Foster Laverne Harding The Great University of Life is about waking up to a remarkably expanded view of life on Planet Earth. It shares a soul journey many millennia in the making and how the author became aware of his “soul history.” He explains that a unique soul history […]