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J.D. Royals of Greenwood Village was inspired to write a poem about the charming red brick schoolhouse on East Orchard Road near South University Boulevard, which begins its second century as a village landmark. An excerpt: “… Some buildings … more
A sign of spring is the annual Littleton United Methodist Church Fine Arts Festival, which offers drama, music and visual art and an invitation to the community to attend at no charge. The Encore Players will present two one-act plays, the … more
Nine area teens — from Arapahoe, Douglas and El Paso counties — competed with a flurry of carefully chosen words in the startup/local round of the Colorado-Wyoming Optimist Clubs' annual Oratorical Contest at Bemis Library in Littleton on April … more
The Colorado Authors' League will honor Tattered Cover owner Joyce Meskis with its first Author Advocate Award, “because of her lifelong commitment to both readers and writers,” said Vickie Bane, president of CAL. The award was established … more
“Colorado Art Survey IX” continues Kirkland Museum's series of exhibits featuring its deep and rich collection of artists (5,311 works) who lived and worked in our state. It will open with a public reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on April 24 … more
“Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” will bring Mark Twain’s American classic novel to the stage at Lone Tree Arts Center from April 24 to May 4. The musical, with book by William Hauptman, music and lyrics by Roger Miller, … more
“In Nature's Realm” is the theme of the Parker Symphony's April 19 concert at the PACE Center, and the orchestra's young concert mistress, Nadya Hill, will be featured in a performance of Vaughan-Williams' lyrical “Lark Ascending.” Hill … more
Michelle Gliottoni-Rodriguez has appeared in Colorado previously, in Golden, but this season she will visit south Denver with her operatic voice and literary conversation. She will perform selections from Quilter, Gounod, Faure and other classic … more
It’s Christmas, 1968. As ACT I begins, an indignant Judy Garland is complaining loudly to her manager/fiance, Mickey Deans. The elegant suite at London’s fanciest hotel isn’t big enough — and she needs a drink! And she still fantasizes that … more
Denver's iconic 40-foot-tall Blue Bear, titled “I See What You Mean,” now has more to look at as he peers into the Denver Convention Center. Eight new works of art were recently placed in the center to enhance the experience of the many … more
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