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Saturday, April 19, 2014

‘Variety’ Archives

Fulfilling Orwell’s Prophecy

Fulfilling Orwell’s Prophecy

  Fulfilling Orwell's Prophecy: 15 Futuristic Films You Should See             By John W. Whitehead July 18, 2011             "If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face forever."—George Orwell It has been over 60 years since George Orwell published his novel1984. Described as political satire, it is, in reality, a political ... Full Story

Animals through the artist’s eye

Animals through the artist’s eye

    From the Centennial Citizen Animals through the artist’s eye By Sonya Ellingboe The international Society of Animal Artists is in its 51st year and has grown from the original nine members to about 500, who reside in the United States, Africa, Australia, Canada, Europe, South America, Asia and Japan. The worldwide membership results in a fascinating mix of animal images, both familiar and exotic, rendered in traditional oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, crystal, ... Full Story

Roast Beef Philly Wrap

Roast Beef Philly Wrap

  Beef Packs a Nutritional Punch   LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, beef is featured in our Roast Beef Philly Wrap recipe. Available Now...Beef The cattle industry is Colorado’s largest agricultural sector. There are more than 2.6 million head of cattle and 13,000 beef producers throughout Colorado. The ... Full Story

What to Do if Your Dog Goes Missing

What to Do if Your Dog Goes Missing

      What to Do if Your Dog Goes Missing By Joe Wilkes It’s the feeling that chills every pet owner. You call your dog’s name and she doesn’t come. You might face an empty backyard, a slipped leash, a left-open front door. Your dog could be anywhere, but the one thing you know is she’s not where she belongs—home with you. The important thing is not to panic. Take a deep breath and start going through the steps below. If you’re calm, methodical, and ... Full Story

December Star Nights (2) at the LTO

December Star Nights (2) at the LTO

Friday December 16, 2011 7 – 11 PM Special Public Star Night at the Little Thompson Observatory 850 Spartan Ave at Berthoud High School (park east of the high school) Directions are posted on www.starkids.org   The guest speaker for this public star night will be LTO volunteer John Ensworth and the title of his special talk will be “Are we alone?” What is life? Are there extreme environments on Earth where we are surprised to find life? Does this tell us anything about ... Full Story

George Harrison (Feb. 25, 1943—Nov. 29, 2001)

George Harrison (Feb. 25, 1943—Nov. 29, 2001)

  George Harrison (Feb. 25, 1943—Nov. 29, 2001): A Life Remembered in Words and Songs By John W. Whitehead November 21, 2011 Ten years ago, on November 29, 2001, George Harrison—the "quiet Beatle"—passed away at the age of 58, a victim of throat cancer. Harrison left behind an amazing legacy, one that not only spanned a legendary musical career that began with the Beatles and continued throughout his solo career but also went beyond the cultural to the spiritual. Indeed, ... Full Story

With Liberty and Justice for Some

With Liberty and Justice for Some

    By :Glenn Greenwald Book Excerpt As a litigator who practiced for more than a decade in federal and state courts across the country, I’ve long been aware of the inequities that pervade the American justice system. The rich enjoy superior legal representation and therefore much better prospects for success in court than the poor. The powerful are treated with far more deference by judges than the powerless. The same cultural, socioeconomic, and demographic ... Full Story

Army looking for Bell Ringers

Army looking for Bell Ringers

  Ring Bells This Year -- Do It For You!  Come Join our Volunteers for the 2011 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign!!! You’re helping folks right here at home. Plus -- You’ll get lots of smiles and thank you’s to add to your Holiday Cheer! The volunteer Loveland-Berthoud Salvation Army Service Unit raised $80,000 last year…way more than in previous years. Now, come join us in this rewarding experience as we try to beat this record this year and help even more of our needy ... Full Story

Star Night at the LTO

Star Night at the LTO

Friday November 18, 2011,  7 – 11 p.m. Public Star Night at the Little Thompson Observatory, 850 Spartan Ave at Berthoud High School Park east of the high school; directions are posted on www.starkids.org The guest speakers, Chief Sam Moves Camp and Jim Tolstrup, will present “Lakota Star Knowledge.” As part of this talk, a brief ceremony, which may include Lakota singers, will be held to formally consecrate the new Lakota Native American Indian constellation wall in the warm room at ... Full Story

“Dearly Departed” playing in Berthoud

“Dearly Departed” playing in Berthoud

    The Moon Theater Company’s latest production “Dearly Departed,” opened last night to uproarious laughter. In a great bit of type casting, Tom Patterson has a non-speaking role as Bud, who quickly becomes the  “Dearly Departed.” There will be a series of  celebrity "dearly departing" guest Buds throughout the run of the show: Saturday, Nov. 5, Rick Padden; Sunday, Nov. 6, Don Kraus; Friday, Nov. 11, Leonard Sherman; Saturday, Nov. 12, Rev. Keith Watson; and ... Full Story

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