Posts from the ‘Work-Life Balance’ category

The Force Awakens: A Movie Review ~ By Judith Keene

For those of you who have not yet succumbed to peer pressure and seen the movie, I won’t yield any spoilers in this review. It is…

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New Denver Restaurants to Try in the New Year ~ By Natalie Lucas

Not to ruin any New Year’s resolutions to lose weight (including my own), the Denver restaurant scene is bursting with new spots to try every week,…

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“Bridge of Spies”: A New Entry to the Pantheon of Lawyer Movies ~ By Doug McQuiston

By the time you read this review, the Tom Hanks vehicle known as Bridge of Spies may be out on Pay-Per-View or Netflix. Rent it. The…

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Five New Year’s Resolutions for Those Who Don’t Believe in New Year’s Resolutions ~ By Reba Nance

It’s hard to believe that 2016 is almost here. Whether you’re someone who comes up with New Year’s resolutions at the beginning of a new year…

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‘The Docket’ Gift Guide ~ By Jessica A. Volz

To make your holiday season less of a mind-boggling affair, The Docket has curated an exclusive gift guide with DBA members in mind. 1. For the…

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“The Colorado Entrepreneur Show”: Trevor Crow’s Cool Side Gig ~ By Keith Lewis

Readers might recall that over the course of the past year, The Docket sought out the DBA members boasting the coolest gigs that they do when…

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Diane B. Davies: Photography Winner for “Nesting” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Diane B. Davies   Diane Davies’ passion for birdwatching and wildlife photography has prompted her to travel extensively to capture stunning images of birds and other…

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Maha Kamal: Mixed Media Winner for “The Little Prince’s Fox” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Maha Kamal   There was something about the fox in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince that has intrigued Maha Kamal since childhood. “I do art…

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Andrew J. Carafelli: Painting Winner for “Morning Solitude” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Andrew J. Carafelli   Andrew Carafelli’s passion for the American West gleams from the surface of his winning painting, “Morning Solitude.” His piece depicts a lone…

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Erin Agee: Poetry Winner for “Grandpa was a Dowser” ~ By Julia C. Martinez

Erin Agee   Erin Agee’s winning poem, “Grandpa was a Dowser,” strikes a relevant chord for a granddaughter practicing water law. The poem is about her…

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