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Recruit friends and family. Throw on a T-shirt, shorts and sandals. Grab a bite to eat and take a seat on the grass under the warm summer sun. It's the season of outdoor music concerts, and there is no shortage in the Denver metro area. “I just … more
They’re coming at you before you enter the glass gallery doors! A movie screen shows mounted horsemen rushing to the forefront — either chasing or evading someone else … These are clips from six different films, from historic black-and-white … more
There are times when air travel is an extremely frustrating and even dangerous prospect. And so often, the recipients of travelers’ ire are people who are in the same situation as they are — flight attendants. In Marisa Wegrzyn’s “Mud … more
Lakewood is not only home to some vital and transformative arts groups and organizations, but also a city where many artists make their homes. It’s easy to remain unaware of this fact, but the Heritage, Culture and Arts’ annual INSPIRE Arts … more
Paper is not just a canvas on which art can be created. In its myriad incarnations — tissue, cast, folded and countless others — it can also be used as the medium and form of creative expression. And that’s just what the artists in the … more
There are two living rooms, expertly designed by Charles Packard to set the scene at Denver’s Curious Theatre: on the lower level, a dingy looking living room in a retirement home apartment, almost done in sepia, with a sentimental landscape … more
Four Seasons Farmers & Artisans Market in Wheat Ridge has moved — outdoors, that is. The market has partnered with Ridge at 38 and Localworks to enlarge its summer outdoor market as a regional Saturday destination on West 38th Avenue, with … more
Those who doubt the adage that those who forget history are doomed to repeat it should take note of the lessons from “Cabaret,” a classic musical which details the rise of fascism and the stifling of creativity that goes hand-in-hand with such … more
A 3,000 pound hummingbird made its way to Golden and landed permanently at the roundabout on South Golden Road at Ulysses Street. “We wanted to expand the collection in new and diverse ways,” said Emilie Lewis, the chair of the City of … more
As a creative person, it is encouraging to know whether people support the work. But for romance novelist Paul Sheldon, his number one fan Annie Wilkes might be a step or two over the line. That’s the setup of Stephen King’s classic horror … more
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