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Many years ago, Denver business owners invented the Festival of Mountain and Plain, with a focus on local history, to lure folks to the downtown area. It has been revived for today's outdoor-loving, food- and entertainment-loving Coloradans as the … more
In 1965, Helen Burns called friends together and founded what is now known as the Denver Lyric Opera Guild. (There was at that time a Denver Lyric Opera.) The objective from the start was “to support aspiring young opera singers and to further the … more
The idea of the high-tech, emotionless super-soldier is so popular in movies, it's practically a convention. The “Terminator” and “Bourne” franchises, and even last year's animated “Big Hero 6,” imagine characters programmed to kill and … more
There were no signs of disappointment as the capacity crowd filed out of Fiddler's Green Amphitheater following a two-night stand by the Foo Fighters. Nearly 36,000 fans packed into the venue for each of a pair of high-energy shows Aug. 16 and … more
Parker Garage is launching one of the largest farm-to-table operations in Colorado. In a partnership with Lone Star Ranch, located in nearby Elizabeth, Parker Garage is bringing fresh, local … more
It’s Wednesday evening and Olde Town’s Arvada Tavern is alive with patrons enjoying the warm weather, meals and company at the Prohibition-inspired restaurant and bar. Inside, through the restaurant’s corner phone booth and up the stairs, … more
About me Originally from North Carolina, I moved to the Denver metro area in the 1990s, ready for a change. I had been to the city on numerous occasions for vacation and I liked it, so I decided to move here. Growing up I was very athletic, … more
When Denver Art Museum's Gates Foundation curator of painting and sculpture, Timothy Standring, was a graduate student, he became fascinated with Italian painter/draftsman Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione — an interest that led to his doctoral … more
It's 8 a.m. and cars begin to fill into the parking lot at Foster Elementary School. Cars parked, kids jump out of the backseat with backpacks strapped across their shoulders and smiles on their faces: School is officially back in … more
It's not until the climax of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” a colorful, Cold War-era spy thriller, that its main failing becomes clear: The plot doesn't matter. The characters don't care. The script doesn't care. And, the audience shouldn't care … more
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