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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle By Khaleel Herbert Jumanji is reincarnated into a video game in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. While in detention, four teens with opposite personalities discover a Super Nintendo-esque game cartridge and system. They ponder: What do we do with this dinosaur? A TV sits over...

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Commerce City Chamber of Commerce Elects President T.H. Mack, Sr. has been elected the first president of the Chambers of Commerce in Commerce City. A native of Denver, Mack brings vast knowledge of business experiences to the Chamber, including a career in finance, security, and construction. After leaving a career in...

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Girl Scouts Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Women of Distinction in Denver In October, Girl Scouts of Colorado celebrated 20 years of Amazing Women of Distinction during the 20th Anniversary Thin Mint Dinner at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. This year, all 426 Women of Distinction who have been recognized since...

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Life and Legacy of Paul W. Stewart Celebrated Founder of the Black American West Museum & Heritage Center, Paul W. Stewart, will be celebrated on screen Saturday, Dec. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. at 3091 California St., in Denver. This documentary, directed and produced by local filmmaker Devon Johnson,...

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Justice League By Laurence Washington Thankfully, the long awaited Justice League has arrived, and it’s better than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (’16). But it’s not as good as this year’s Wonder Woman, even though Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) has a starring role in the film. Following a familiar storyline...