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Four theater professionals got together, as a writing collective, and wrote a play about quantum theory, which was not successful, said member Leigh Miller of Centennial. Then one of the group moved to New York and the other three continued to … more
As it celebrates 40 years as an arts center, Arvada Center presents its first world premiere: “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” originated at the Arvada theater with music and lyrics by Arvada’s music director David Nehls and book by Kenn … more
Looking for a one-of-a-kind holiday gift this year? The Arvada Center’s 30th annual Fine Art Market, which includes the 9th annual ACES show, has that covered with ceramics, jewelry, ornaments, cards and other gifts created by Colorado artists … more
Almost everyone is familiar with Charles Dickens’ classic holiday morality tale, “A Christmas Carol.” But British playwright Patrick Barlow decided to mess with the formula in 2012, adapting it in a new humorous way — with only five actors … more
Hudson Gardens, at 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, is transformed into a magical spot to visit through New Year’s Eve, with thousands of lights that twinkle and invite a visitor to walk along curving paths, through a lighted tunnel and beside … more
Many people say they grew up in a musical family, but I almost always get a few raised eyebrows when I tell people I literally grew up in a record store. My mother owned Wheat Ridge’s Budget Tapes and CDs for more than 20 years, and I’d often … more
There was a time when holiday specials were an event for the whole family. When everyone would gather in front of the television to watch personalities like Dean Martin, Carol Burnett or Sonny and Cher host variety shows featuring music, skits and laughter. more
Jim and Verna Crowley have been dancing a long time, since 1953 when Verna had just graduated from high school in St. Louis. “I went to a dance and caught him,” Verna said as she slipped her hand under his elbow and wrapped it around his … more
Bells rang at St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church at precisely 7 p.m. on Election Night, just as they do every hour on the hour. “When the bells went off, that was the signal that we were not only beginning our worship, but the signal that the … more
Growing up in Indiana, Alex Bishop always dreamed of designing fun and exciting board games. So he and his childhood friends would create them and play them among themselves. But he’s also always had a passion for anything with two wheels, he … more
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