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On a Sunday afternoon, Sept. 27, a circle of women gathered at Littleton's Bemis Library to celebrate a Colorado Springs and Denver poet, Lois Beebe Hayna, and read from her many published books. At 102, Hayna is still writing and teaching, although … more
Sherlock Holmes has 221 B Baker St. address are enjoying renewed worldwide popularity in TV, film and now an imaginative exhibit, “The International Exhibit of Sherlock Holmes,” which arrives Oct. 23 at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more
Chairs are arranged on three sides of the theater space and a large screen fills the fourth wall as audiences arrive for the regional premiere of “Sondheim on Sondheim” at Cherry Creek Theatre. Readers will remember “West Side Story,” … more
Early-music lovers in the Denver metro area have the opportunity to hear the complex “Monteverdi Vespers 1610” performed by the 42-member Boulder-based Seicento Baroque Ensemble, directed by Evanne Browne, who has led a previous performance of … more
As a busy autumn season kicks off at the Denver Art Museum, three new curators have joined the museum staff. Each brings special skills to share with area arts lovers and each position is endowed by special donations. ● Tianlong Jiao is the … more
Mike Bond, a Maine native who lives in Roxborough (as well as Maine and Hawaii), has, as a journalist, covered environmental issues worldwide and war and politics in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. He has been, and is, an … more
Upstairs and downstairs — all the Arvada Center’s galleries are filled with extraordinary art pieces created by fire and its control. ● “Iron” fills the spacious Main Gallery, in an exhibit organized in conjunction with the Western Cast … more
“First Place with Special Merit” said the award won by Arapahoe Community College’s striking Progenitor Art and Literary Magazine for 2015. The award was from the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual magazine competition. It quoted … more
From the opening bars to the last song, “West Side Story” keeps an audience totally engaged — even those who probably know the words well enough to sing along. It’s such a strong show, and after 10 years it’s welcome again on the Town Hall … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
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