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I was unfamiliar with “Songs for a New World” so I had no idea what to expect when I went to Miners Alley Playhouse. What I learned was that composer and lyricist Jason Robert Brown is brilliant. The production is totally comprised of songs … more
“I like artists with an iconoclastic approach to their work — I'm drawn to the artist whose work I find unusual,” Bud Shark said in answer to an audience question as he ended a session in the Denver Art Museum's Logan Lecture series. He said … more
New holiday fare offers a pleasing alternative to “A Christmas Carol” and “Miracle on 34th St.” this season. “Red Ranger Came Calling” plays Nov. 28 to Dec. 20 at the Aurora Fox — a musical story for kids and grown-ups alike. This … more
Latvian native Henri Grusin and his wife, Roseanne, started their first jewelry store in their modest Littleton home at the west end of Main Street in 1934 (next to the Melting Pot). It went well enough that in 1942, he moved the store to what is … more
James P. Beckwourth had a reputation for being able to tell a good yarn. And that was exactly what he did, in dictating his autobiography to Thomas Bonner. Bonner, a Justice of the Peace in the … more
WHAT: “She Loves Me” WHERE: Arvada Center 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada WHEN: Nov. 25 - Dec. 21 Tuesday - Saturday - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday - 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday - 2 p.m. COST: $36 to $73 INFORMATION: 720-898-7200 or … more
Musician Dave Villano brings an 11-piece band, including guitar virtuoso Dan Beegle, to the PACE Center in Parker, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., for a concert at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29. They will perform traditional, Celtic and contemporary holiday songs. … more
Who knew there was a gold necklace shaped like the articulated bodies of a pair of crocodiles? It was created by Cartier for Mexican film star Maria Felix, meticulously crafted in gold with diamonds, emeralds and rubies. It sometimes was worn and, … more
Thanksgiving has given me much to ponder lately. Thanksgiving Day became a federal holiday during the Civil War in 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Day of Thanksgiving and Praise on the fourth Thursday of November. (Linking … more
Registration is now open for a state-backed poetry competition, and prospective participants have until Jan. 13 to decide whether to be — or not to be — part of the contest. The Poetry Out Loud competition is a program designed to give high … more
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