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As spring returns to Monument, so does Art Hop! Started over a decade ago by Linda Pankratz, this once-a-month event introduces residents to the talents of local artists, who display their work and … more
Denver Botanic Gardens will present the Rocky Mountain region's first outdoor exhibition of artwork by celebrated American glass artist Dale Chihuly. His dramatic sculptures will be on view June 14 through Nov. 30 at the gardens, 1007 York St. in Denver. more
The multi-award winning Broadway musical “Once,” playing through May 18 at the Buell Theatre, is worth seeing at least twice. What started as a low budget Irish film has morphed into a … more
“All the characters of this story are skilled at creating worlds around them that fit their version of reality, but none is more committed to dreams than Jay Gatsby. He is master of illusion, and, like other gifted magicians, the `Great Gatsby' … more
It starts with summer Tunes on the Terrace on June 20, then rolls into a Theatrical Series, a wide variety of musical entertainment spanning choices from classic to opera to jazz, dance, holiday specials and a nice selection of children's and family … more
In Justin Go's debut novel, “The Steady Running of the Hour,” wealthy English mountaineer Ashley Walsingham succumbs in 1924 to the relentless ice and snow of Mount Everest — the same challenging mountain that just claimed a number of guides … more
Eric Bertoluzzi will conduct Up Close and Musical, an ensemble of Colorado Symphony Orchestra musicians, in the finale of the Chamber Music of the Masters season at 2 p.m. on May 17 in Hampden Hall at the Englewood Civic Center. The concert honors … more
Tickets are on sale for "1964" The Tribute, celebrating the iconic music of the Beatles and the Fab Four's Colorado debut concert at Red Rocks. The tribute to the British Invasion starts at 8 p.m. Aug. 22 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). more
Several weeks ago, this newspaper received an extraordinary call from a local woman who had been doing research for a presentation for the Gleneagle Womens Club. Dee Kirby explained it this … more
Today, we honor the lives of our members, present or retired, who were part of those terrible years of World War II. It is the purpose of the talk today to bring their stories to light. In his … more
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