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Denver Teen to Play Violin Solo in Great Russian Nutcracker

Seventeen-year-old Andrea Liu of Denver tapped for solo violin performance with Moscow Ballet on December 14.

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Calling All Junior Costume Designers!

Colorado kids have the chance to design a costume for a performance of Cirque Dreams Holidaze at the Gaylord Rockies Resort.

7 Groups that Connect New Moms

These local groups offer moms the chance to connect with other like-minded women in a welcoming community.

Expert Tips for Picky Eaters

Is your child a picky eater? Encourage your kiddo to try new foods with these helpful tips from a registered dietitian.

Preserving the Stories of Senior Citizens

At just 14, Rebecca Chapman—now a senior at East High School—started the nonprofit, Stories Worth Saving, to preserve the life stories of the older generation.

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Raising Media-Savvy Kids

How to help your kids navigate news and information at home and in the classroom.

Inspiring a Love of Books

Imagination Library of Denver was founded to inspire an early love of reading and learning in children.

Talking Fandom with YA Author Ashley Poston

We sat down with Ashley Poston—author of "Geekerella" and "The Princess and the Fangirl"—to chat about her newest book and her advice for young readers.

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Born in Colorado

From trendy clothes to handmade bows, these Colorado-based companies are changing the way we shop, one baby at a time.

Planning for Leave After Baby

How to plan and prepare for leave when baby arrives, and tips for adjusting after going back to work.

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Sibling S.O.S.

Take a look at what’s behind sibling rivalry, and learn strategies to help your kids navigate complicated sibling relationships.

Fighting Off Sibling Squabbles

Friendly sibling playtime is often interrupted by bouts of fighting, name-calling, hitting, or even ganging up on one another. Read this expert advice to help resolve sibling quarrels.

Teen Skiers to the Rescue

Junior ski patrollers get a behind-the-scenes look into mountain safety with Vail’s new program.

Thumbs In!

One dad’s inner turmoil about his daughter’s self-soothing habit.

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