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Playing in the sand — it’s just fun. And for the team at Epic Experience, joining the Sand in the City festival was about fun, and awareness. “Sand seemed like a great way to bring everybody together and have a good time,” said Nancy … more
Over the years, the Arvada Center has showcased some of the most famous musicals in the Broadway canon — everything from “Camelot” and “Les Misérables” to “Tarzan” and “Death Takes A Holiday.” To celebrate its 40th anniversary, … more
Catherine's Austin, Texas, garden is overgrown and weedy and she has hired a Cuban gardener to bring it under control as Robert Schenkkan's “By the Waters of Babylon” opens at the Edge Theater. Symbolic of two distressed psyches, the garden … more
Gates are open at 5 p.m. July 8 at Clement Park and the Moxie Strings will strike the first note on the Clontarf Stage at 5:15. It's the 2016 Irish Festival and thousands of Irish and wannabe Irish folks will enjoy a weekend of all things from that … more
Denver’s annual gathering of all things nerd convened June 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Over the weekend, around 114,000 fans of all shapes, sizes, and species attended the weekend event, and we at Colorado Community Media, were some of them. We explored the realms of creativity, paused to meet some interesting characters and delved into the worlds of magic, science fiction, fantasy and gaming. Here we’ve gathered some of our favorite photos of the three-day event. more
In a sea of innovations on display at Denver Comic Con, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design still made waves with its cutting-edge developments in comics and video games. The college’s Digital Art Forge debuted the first 30 seconds of … more
Colorado is a bicycle-friendly state. Bernedette Saccomanno of Denver has been riding mountain bikes for about 20 years. Then about a year ago, she started with road bikes. And on June 17, she got on an electric bike for the first time. Not … more
A little bit of history is growing in the backyards of seven Arvada homes. A former horse pasture. A bomb shelter. The original Falk farmhouse. These are three examples of historic elements in Arvada that now have thriving gardens … more
Few sounds signal the arrival of summer like the tinkling notes of the ice cream truck drifting through the air. The tune pulls people of all ages away from whatever activity they’re doing to get some delicious relief from the … more
Two experienced jurors, Sterling Edwards and Gale Webb, selected a few over 300 paintings that fill three well-lighted galleries on two floors of the Arvada Center. “The Summer of Watercolor” runs through Aug. 28 and is open to the public … more
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