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Writer Cynthia Swanson has juggled several worlds during the seven years when she was completing her first novel, “The Bookseller,” which was published March 3. The Denver author has written and published short stories, married and become mother … more
Just in time for spring break comes an exhibit about wondrous creatures of the imagination — from many cultures around the world, from land, sea and sky …. “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, Mermaids,” which originated at the American … more
Photography lovers and art lovers generally have a huge menu of available exhibits during March and April, in public venues and private galleries. Imaginative photographers tell stories and share their unique perspectives across the metro … more
Red Rocks Community College is celebrating the work of women filmmakers with LUNAFEST, that showcases short films by, for and about women. The film festival begins at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18 at the Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. … more
Feb. 14:  Our Caribbean cruise ship sailed south from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., on our way to the Virgin Islands. The first night, the captain’s voice over the P.A. system reached us in our cabin. “We regret to inform you,” he said.  “Our port … more
Celebrating its 47th year, the Japanese Doll and Cultural Festival honors Japanese culture through the display of hundreds of traditional dolls and ceremonies. The festival, held March 7-8 at Simpson United Methodist Church (SUMC), 6001 Wolff … more
The Board of Trustees of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts has named  as its new president and chief executive officer. , who has served as both CEO and chairman of the board of trustees since 2007, will continue as chairman. Shiller … more
As far as I know, world champion wrestler, boxing trainer and strongman William Muldoon only set foot in Colorado for a few fights, but that did not stop him from being connected with the place. … more
Every bull rider approaches his ride differently. Some say a quick prayer before hopping over the metal railing to mount the seemingly tame beast — others don’t give it a second thought. “Nothing feels better than spurring one down,” … more
Let’s talk spam. Not the “Spiced Ham” of canned Spam fame on supermarket shelves, but the annoying, irritating, sometimes-amusing-and-often-frustrating varieties of spam in our email boxes. Usually, these emails go to a spam or junk email … more
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