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As the Denver Art Museum begins a new year, it has issued a report on important acquisitions in the past year — most of them gifts. • The largest gift ever given to the museum leads the list. On Jan. 13, 2014, the announcement was made that … more
Love is not easy. But for couples who are faced with adversity, only those who face the tribulation together discover true love ways. In “A Dose of Devotion, How Couples Living with Multiple Sclerosis Keep Their Love Strong”by Rhonda … more
Being the playwright of the moment is a tricky position to manage, and few playwrights are able to hold on for very long. Ireland’s Martin McDonagh is more than just a writer of the moment. He has firmly established himself as a peer of writers … more
“And there is the headlight, shining far down the track, glinting off the steel rails that, like all parallel lines, will meet in infinity, which is after all, where this train is going.” — … more
What many organizations and government agencies call the the Upper Monument Creek landscape, has been identified as a potential problem area for some time by several groups. In recent history in … more
After a five-year hiatus, piano man Billy Joel makes his return to Denver Sept. 16 at the Pepsi Center. The show starts at 8 p.m. Joel’s last performance at Pepsi Center was in February … more
I must admit, when the judge read my name, and said “You are dismissed, sir,” I had mixed emotions. Serving on a jury would have been interesting. But being dismissed was predictable. The single mother who worries that her fiancée won’t be … more
For Tanya Long, history doesn't just lie in the pages of a book, it's all around us. “I grew up listening to the stories of my grandmother and my great grandmother living here, so I knew a lot of the people who lived here, or the 'old timers' … more
Theaters in the Denver area are focusing on specific audiences and creating special programming for them. The following are just two examples of what’s going on at the local level. The 2013 Tony Award-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein’s … more
Books have always been art. From the meticulously crafted transcripts of the medieval era to the leather-bound collectibles of the 19th and 20th centuries, books have long been used as creatively as the words inside. The Foothills Art Center … more
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