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Princes and paupers came from across the state over the weekend to enjoy the atmosphere at the Colorado Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace in Larkspur. The festival, now in its 39th year, boasts 10 stages, performing 60 shows … more
As Kaui Hart Hemmings' carefully crafted new novel opens, Sarah St. John is trying to re-enter the world she knows after suffering the loss of her beloved 20-something son, Cully, to an avalanche. She had raised him as a single mother and is finding … more
In 2001, renowned Seattle-based glass artist Dale Chihuly began what has become the “Garden Cycle,” which involves placing his astonishing creations among the flower, shrub and tree collections in large public gardens in the U.S. and … more
There's an advantage to being a veteran artist: One has accumulated a lifetime of images and experiences that feed into the creative juices as they flow out into a new artistic endeavor. Painter Rita Bentley of Littleton is one of those who has … more
The connection started with Jena Dickey's chance meeting, at the Boulder Creek Festival in Boulder, with Tamdin Wangdu, who heads the Tibetan Village Project in Westminster. He was planning to host three Tibetan monks who were to travel in the … more
“DCAE plays an important part in supporting the vibrant cultural life of the cities participating in the program. Public art adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness o our communities,” said Lone Tree's art curator, Sally Perisho. Douglas … more
When we visited Hudson Gardens and Event Center several weeks ago, it was poised to start a busy summer: The concert stage was in place, ready for the series of Sunday evening concerts that draw fans from across the metro area. The two garden … more
Edge Theater offers the second of a pair of plays about randy older women with its production of a classic example: “The Graduate,” adapted by well-known, award-winning British playwright Terry Johnson from the screenplay by Calder Willingham … more
Following the recent flurry of coverage about California Chrome and his try for a win at Belmont and the Triple Crown, readers may be interested in a new independent film, “50 to 1,” about another tough little Kentucky Derby winner named Mine … more
Note: (June 14 marks the 61st anniversary of the opening of The Cripple Creek District Museum on Fifth and Bennett avenues. The following is excerpted from an article by former Director Leland Feitz … more
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