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Pat Craig was just 19 when he first heard adult lions and tigers referred to as zoo surplus, and learned most were euthanized. Thirty-four years later, speaking in front of an audience at the Lone Tree Arts Center, the memory of that moment in … more
A blocky, stepped-up wooden stage is backed by a row of bare trees. Tree shadows are painted on the stage floor. Behind the trees is a row of seats for Donna Debreceni and her five excellent musicians, who add depth and tone to the fine production … more
Organizers of the 6th Annual MeadowGrass Music Festival have announced that tent-camping sites have sold out for the three-day Memorial Day Weekend music festival, but plenty of general-admission … more
The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club proudly announces the 38th Annual Pine Forest Antiques, Home Décor and Garden Show and Sale of the Pikes Peak Region. The event is scheduled for April 26 from 10 a.m. … more
Even during the country’s times of tribulation the Palmer Lake Star has continued to shine brightly. Through wars, economic hardships and terrorist attacks the star has been a symbol of hope and … more
Discovery Canyon Campus High School is gaining recognition among high school concert bands in Colorado. For the first time since the school opened they qualified to participate in the Concert … more
The beauty of Douglas County unfolds with each step toward the top of the Lincoln Mountain Open Space. Hikers, bikers and equestrians who reach the apex of the main bluff are treated to a 360-degree panoramic view of southern Douglas County and … more
Denver's Euclid Hall, in Larimer Square, has been praised for its food, mainly because of James Beard Award-nominated chef Jorel Pierce and co-owner Jennifer Jasinski, a "Top Chef Masters" finalist. Add one of America's best beer bars to the accolades, courtesy of Travel + Leisure magazine. more
Kirkland Museum has opened its new “Colorado Art Survey” Number IX, as it continues to showcase its extensive collection of Colorado artworks, by more than 500 artists, dating from the 1870s to the 2000s in a timeline from realism to pure … more
Artist Betsy Duzan writes about her exhibit, “Crossings,” in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall Arts Center: “My recent work features vast skies and figures on bridges and paths. The powerful skies and bridges evoke a sense of dominance over the … more
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