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Ten Colorado authors were chosen by judges from a list of 36 finalists for recognition at the annual Colorado Authors' League awards dinner/ceremony on May 8 at the Courtyard Marriott-Denver in Cherry Creek. Preliminary judges were members of the … more
The Denver Mini Maker Faire on June 12 and 13 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will be held during the national Week of Making, established by the Obama administration to celebrate the one-year anniversary of last year's White House Maker … more
The opening number of Mel Brooks' silly musical “Young Frankenstein” is “The Happiest Town in Town.” Why are they happy? Old Frankenstein is dead and they're holding a festive funeral. But the Inspector (Eric Mather) warns, “a grandson … more
In the 1990s, rita derjue and Peg Meagher crossed paths as teacher and student, respectively after many years when each independently followed her inclination to paint strong impressions of nature — through the year. They have come together … more
The silences in “Mad Max: Fury Road” are unsettling. The moments are few and infrequent, but it's not until the fiery roar of the engines and the thrashing of the guitars are suddenly stripped away that you can fully feel how deeply the film … more
Here's a best list I can get my beak around. Thrillist.com, the arbiter of all things "best" in Denver's food world, has assembled a coop of 13 local eateries serving the best fried chicken, in … more
The Arapahoe Community College “Annual Community Education Student and Instructor Art Exhibition” will be open in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts from May 21 to June 29. An opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on May 21 will include music and … more
The free Day of Rock event is coming back to downtown Denver for the seventh year this month, with bands including Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Denver's Tracksuit Wedding and Bestie from Vancouver, British Columbia. The … more
Would you stand by your child if she was slowly dying of a gruesome and highly contagious illness? That's the central question that Arnold Schwarzenegger has to face in “Maggie,” a terminal illness drama where the malady at hand involves … more
Painter Don Hartman's bio statement begins with a Baltimore childhood memory — the imagination kicked in early. “As a child lying in bed, I would look closely at the floral wallpaper in my room. I would find faces. They would forever change how … more
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