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The Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs recognizes young business owners that are able to overcome the many obstacles of being an entrepreneur and create businesses that are succeeding in today's competitive market. 

Jack Vanourek

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September 18-20, 2015, The Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council, held its Camporee at Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch. The camporee takes place every 4 years, however this year was special because it was the Ranch’s 50th birthday.  On Saturday night, with only flashlights for light, everybody worked together to break the Guinness world record for the most people popping bubble wrap at the same time.

The Friendship Powow at the Denver Art Museum featured a dance contest, Native American food, booths selling stuff from the tribes, and an art booth where kids could do stencil art to make bandanas and bags.

Recently, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) has opened a new exhibit with an old artist. Featuring Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, an artist once renowned for his beautiful and truly unique style, Castiglione: Lost Genius will be showcased on August 9th through November 8th 2015. 

We want our past to be present in the future.

You’ve probably heard of people breaking records from the Guinness Book of World Records, but it’s generally not something you think about trying very often, if at all. It just seems too out of reach for most people to ever try. 

Is the Power of Poison exhibit as good as it seems?

"I had a choice--remain silent and be killed, or be killed for speaking up!" Malala Yousafzai told an audience of thousands of people at the Bellco Theater on Wednesday, June 24.

The musical Suessical is fun enough by itself, but in a happy, community environment, it is an event not to miss.

Cirque du Soleil stopping hearts in Denver!

Art stands and happy smiles line the streets at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. You can go for the show, to buy art, or just to taste the delectable food.  Whatever you choose to do, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. 

Look up into the night sky now and then--you may be amazed at what there is to see!

Regardless if you are vegan, vegetarian, or a total carnivore, the Veg Fest at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds is a fun experience that you should make sure you don't miss when it comes around next year.

Television host and biologist, Jeff Corwin recently spoke at The Amazing Adventures Travel and Recreation Expo and had some inspiring things to say. 

Once Upon a Time's Wicked Witch Comes to Comic Con

A special treat awaits visitors to the Denver Botanic Gardens this summer. Fifteen life-sized horse sculptures by artist Deborah Butterfield are now on display throughout the gardens for The Nature of Horses exhibition.

West Middle School in Greenwood Village has a very special way of giving thanks to veterans every Memorial Day.

Jewels for Hope has given $300,000 for diabetes research and education as they reach their 10-year mark.

The Denver Art Museum was abuzz with excitement on March 25th as Christoph Heinrich, the museum’s Frederick and Jan Mayer director, made the announcement of the museum’s exciting new program, Free for Kids. 

“I am not a seamstress. I am sewing broken lives. I am breaking the circle of violence using machines and needles, not machine guns.” - Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe

Have you ever wondered what one of your favorite authors would be like in person? Wonder no more! This is who Sherman Alexie is apart from his writing.

Did you know that Colorado has more museum goers per capita than any other state.

Most people think of rodeos as bull riding or bronco busting. But have you ever heard of mutton busting?

It's not just the stars on the college basketball or football team that are competitive this time of year; the mascots can get their game on too. On December 13 and 14, they came from all over the country to the first annual Steamboat Mascot Stampede to prove just that.