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The title “Smooth Operator” tells something about Central City Opera’s selections for the free program scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Littleton United Methodist Church. Think of “Sweeney Todd,” “La Traviata,” “The Music Man,” … more
About me While the mountains don't speak to me, the words, fabrics and music I create do. Raised in Kansas, the picture-perfect view to me is a dirt country road with wheat fields lining either side with an unforeseeable end. That view, among … more
Words of wisdom, a slice of life and artwork are things Standley Lake resident Greg Forster values. So, earlier this spring, he decided to share them with others. “I wanted to do something really different, something that everyone can enjoy,” … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
About me I was born and raised in Steamboat Springs, and I loved it. After high school I moved away, floating from Minnesota, New England, Wisconsin and Illinois before moving back to Colorado in 2006. I moved to Boulder County to work in an … more
The photo wrenched the world: A Syrian boy in a red T-shirt and blue shorts, black Velcro sneakers on his feet, his face half-buried in sand as waves ebbed and flowed around him. Dead. Drowned. Human debris washed ashore by a surging tide … more
Gongbi brush painting technique dates to popularity “in the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) and is characterized by a thin black ink outline of a bird or flower or other subject. The line was then filled in with layers of unmixed color until the … more
In late August, while walking into the Colorado Supreme Court Chambers, Lisa Steven said she wished she had invited more people. “Wow, I didn’t realize what a big deal this was,” she said. Steven, founder and executive director of Hope … more
Le Central, the “Affordable French” restaurant in the mural-bedecked building on the corner of Eighth and Lincoln, closed after 34 years in business on Sept. 13. Owner, who sent out an email announcement to his patrons about the imminent … more
A weekday flag football game. A crisp pint of beer with friends. A hike. And God. Front Range churches are utilizing common interests, athletics and technology to encourage people to walk together through life and spirituality in less … more
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