Cerah at the Denver Zoo

On Sunday, March 25, 2018, at the Denver Zoo, a baby orangutan, Cerah (pronounced chare-uh), was born. Her name means “bright”, in the sense...

What is the United Nations Doing About ZOMBIES?

A zombie pandemic is spreading across the world. At an emergency meeting in the U.N. General Assembly, delegates are debating furiously about what can...

Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore

Crazy horse and Mount Rushmore are both HUGE statues carved out of rock and they both are tourist attractions in The Black Hills of...

Poncho: A Brand New Cape Buffalo

Poncho is a two-month-old baby Cape Buffalo at the zoo. His caretaker, Matt Ardaiolo (who has a degree in biology), said that the most difficult...

Visit to Mission Wolf

Mission Wolf, in Westcliffe, is a non-profit organization that is completely off of the power grids.  They operate on solar power and build with...

Art With The Elderly

Today I had the unique opportunity to do art with the residents of Castle Country Assisted Living Victorian House in Parker, Colorado. Our art...

Homelessness in Colorado

What does the word ‘home’ mean to you? This question was answered by elementary students at the entrance to History Colorado’s new exhibit, Searching for...

Spring is Here!

Spring is here! The birds are chirping and a fresh feeling of renewal has crept into all of our bones. Now is the time...

“Educate, Inspire, Inform”- Shadowing the Birds of Prey Ski Race

“Educate, inspire, and inform.” This is the self-proclaimed purpose for Peter Graves, iconic Sports Announcer, as he worked during the Birds of Prey World...

Young Ameritowne: Building Our Future Through Kids!

Even though this town is only made up of underaged workers, it is still incredible! Ranging from 8 to 12 years old, students from...
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