Come in the shop for up to 50% off antique frames. All prints are up to 80% off regular prices. Any print priced below $100 is free if you have it framed by AUM. All framed art is being discounted 50% from its original price.
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Hours: MON-THU 7:30am-5:30pm, FRI 9:00am-5:30pm, SAT/SUN Closed.
Beginning September 10th we’ll be open 9:00am-5:30pm.
The Rose Andom Center, Colorado’s first family justice center to serve domestic violence victims, opened June 29 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Denver Mayor, Michael B. Hancock, and District Attorney, Mitch Morrissey. The Andom Center will provide services and protection to victims of domestic violence in the Denver area and beyond.
The June 28 primary results set the stage for an interesting couple of months for Denver voters.
The most high-profile and contentious race is likely to be the battle for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Democrat Michael Bennet. He will face El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn in the general election.
Also of high interest: Denver residents will have a woman District Attorney for the first time in January, either Democrat Beth McCann or Independent Helen Morgan.
Being a curmudgeon is trickier and more challenging than you might think. Being a grump, grouch, complainer or Debbie Downer is a cake walk.
You see, to be a certifiable curmudgeon, one must actively bear the burden of being an idealist.
There is no responsibility that goes with being a whiner—they simply do their wha wha wha song and dance, annoying everyone within ear-shot. But the true curmudgeon hopes that somehow, some way, their opinion can make the world in which they live a bit better.