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If you thought keeping up with the Joneses was an unobtainable goal, try keeping up with the Smiths. Kaily Smith, daughter of former Denver dwellers Iris and Michael Smith, two of the nicest rich people you'd ever want to meet, married Adam Westbrook Aug. 2 with reception entertainment by superstar singer John Mayer. more
The ninth annual Denver Modernism Show, running Aug. 22-24 at the National Western Complex, will include Charles Phoenix and his popular “Big Retro Slide Show” on Aug. 22 only — following the Miss Modernism Pageant at 7 p.m. Organized by Dana … more
“Mack and Mabel,” a musical by Jerry Herman, with book by Michael Stewart (and some later revisions by Stewart's sister, Francine Pascal), opened Aug. 8 at Vintage Theatre under the direction of Bernie Cardell. It tells the audience a story … more
For thousands of metro-area folks, Labor Day weekend, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, means Taste of Colorado festival time: free admission; five stages of entertainment; more than 50 food booths, ranging from hot dogs to “fine dining”; artists; and a section … more
Although fictional Joanna Brady is the sheriff of Arizona's Cochise County and lives in its county seat of Bisbee, J.A. Jance's 15th Brady mystery begins many miles to the east — in Greater Barrington, Mass. “The Remains of Innocence” is a … more
James Rollins will spin stories for his readers at 7 p.m. Aug. 22 at Tattered Cover Book Store in Highlands Ranch. The retired veterinarian, with a background in evolutionary biology, writes thrillers that combine history, science and science … more
Two experienced local artists will open a new exhibit Sept. 5-30 at Macy Dorf's Artists on Santa Fe gallery. They describe “3D Piction” as “a collaborative show of clay, printmaking and alternative process digital techniques including photo … more
It is often true that you don’t miss something until it is gone. Sometimes you don’t even miss it then. That may be the case with the beacon light, of Beacon Lite Road fame, here in … more
The 11th annual Art & Ale Brew Festival sold out this year, drawing about 2,000 attendants Aug. 15 at The Wildlife Experience. The gathering featured tastings of both beverages and food from about 50 breweries, wineries and spirit vendors, as well … more
On Aug. 4, the first day of ticket sales for the Lone Tree Art Center's 2014-15 season, it sold two times more tickets than on any previous day. In that first week, ticket purchases totaled $78,000. “That was 50 percent more than we did the … more
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