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Town Hall Arts Center's exhibit coordinator, Nancy Boyson, is trying to plan exhibits for the Littleton venue's Stanton Gallery that relate to what's playing upstairs in the theater. In this case, the musical is “How to Succeed in Business Without … more
For the first time in its 54-year history, the Colorado Ballet owns its home. The organization recently left its longtime location at 13th and Lincoln (owned by the State Land Board) and moved into 1075 Santa Fe Drive, a former warehouse. A … more
Sculptor Fredrick Prescott's work stood above that of his counterparts at the 25 annual Colorado ArtFest Sept. 6 and 7 in Castle Rock. His outdoor animal sculptures, elephants, buffalos and flamingos literally towered over festivalgoers. “We … more
From what I have seen, there is a certain humor to losing you mind. True, it is that awkward, nervous, uncomfortable kind of laugh. But beneath that is a sadness … a catch-your-breath, … more
It’s a good day to be a golf fan during a PGA tournament practice round. On the Wednesday leading into the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club, players had their usual chance to … more
Ornate totem poles, jutting skyward 20 feet in air, once marked the turnoffs from the field at the corner of Baptist Road. Tourists, from all over the nation (and in fact the world) would stop to … more
The 16th Street Mall has long been a thorn in the side of Denver dwellers who don't shop at souvenir stores, don't care to inhale secondhand smoke and don't want to sign petitions. more
Photographer Joe Bonita will speak about “Creation and Uses of Composite Images” when he addresses the Englewood Camera Club at 7 p.m. on Sept. 9. He said: “The program will explore the creation of composite images and their many uses. Topics … more
Entertainment, antique cars and costumed historic characters will appear on Main Street in downtown Littleton soon. Historic Littleton Inc. will stage its third annual Scavenger Hunt on Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Families and individuals are … more
The Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra starts its third season with changes. Director Art Bouton, Lone Tree resident and professor of saxophone at the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music, started the orchestra by calling on an ensemble of … more
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