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Staff from Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery serve up 4-ounce glasses of beer during the first ever Westy Craft Brew Fest Aug. 9 at the Christopher Fields Softball Complex. The event took place an … more
CCM had the opportunity to sit down with Art Alexakis, lead singer of the 1990s rock band, Everclear, to talk about the music business, touring and even a little bit of food. Well it’s changed so much in the time that I’ve been involved in … more
“Fictions: Recent Works,” a collection of more than 30 of contemporary realist Daniel Sprick's extraordinary paintings, is open in the Gates Family Gallery at the Denver Art Museum through Nov. 2 and invites more than one visit by anyone with an … more
“rita derjue: An Evolving Vision” will open Aug. 4 and extend to Sept. 20 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, with a reception for the artist hosted by the Lone Tree Art Commission on Aug. 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The artist says she views it … more
When it's Saturday night at the Colorado Scottish Festival in Highlands Ranch, there's always a concert. This year, it features a Spanish bagpiper on Aug. 9. His name is Carlos Nunez and he has become an international pop star with his … more
Just south of the substantial brick and mortar complex called The Arvada Center at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., there is a 17-acre area of open land, containing a few trees and lots of grass. It has entered an exciting new phase with the June 26 opening of … more
Shrek remains an ogre in a production at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, but is different from the ogre in the namesake movie because the stage Shrek dances, sings and cracks jokes. To go along with the singing, dancing ogre played by Seth Caikowski, … more
Phamaly Theatre Company has chosen “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” as its 25th-anniversary musical, and delivers a well-directed, imaginative production through Aug. 10 at the Space Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts … more
Through a watery scrim, we see a stormy sea and a ship's passengers in serious trouble — they've got our attention. Quickly, the scene shifts to a jungle, with a variety of interesting sounds and a house on stilts where the storm survivors — … more
“I believe we all have stories to tell. I believe we are all writers,” said Eleanor Brown. Her first novel, “The Weird Sisters,” was on The New York Times best-seller list and was also a Colorado Book Award winner. She also has published … more
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