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If ever there was a sworn devotee — a chanting, face-painted worshipper — of the Big, it is Marvel. So the prospect that Ant-Man, the minuscule Mighty Mouse of Marvel's stable of powerhouses, might join the brawny big-screen ranks of the … more
Cake Crumbs Bakery at 2216 Kearney St. in Park Hill is again a destination for art enjoyment — as well as treats. Painters Ron Zito and Katy Charles have joined forces to exhibit their paintings of wild animals: “Wild Things” will be at … more
Colorado's literary community gathered on June 21 at the Doer-Hosier Center at Aspen Meadows Resort for the 2015 Colorado Book Awards, organized by Colorado Humanities, which has an office in Greenwood Village. Fourteen winners were chosen by a … more
James Valeq and Fred Alley worked with the script of a non-musical 1996 film to develop an appealing low-key, folksy, bluesy musical set in rural Gilead, Wisconsin, where the Spitfire Grill — which gives its name to the play running at Aurora's … more
“NOW!” is the prevailing theme of the Biennial of the Americas, the international festival kicking off July 14 in Denver to celebrate ideas, art and culture. Planning and cultural exchanges have been in process for the past year with artists … more
Architecture, planning and design are all reflected in painter Gunther Gerzso's work. Works by the Mexican master painter are featured through Sept. 18 at the Museo de las Americas in the Santa Fe Arts District. “Gunther Gerzso: a Mexican … more
Writer Bridget Foley says she has “always been a storyteller.” One of several children, she grew up in Littleton — where her parents still live in the same house. She graduated from Littleton High School and attended the prestigious Tisch … more
From July 10-12, the 2015 Colorado Irish Festival will take over Clement Park along Bowles Avenue west of Littleton for a weekend of music, dance, food, fun, games and heritage. Visitors will find two music stages — Celtic Main Stage and … more
It's officially summer. What better time for a heartwarming caper movie about a troubled but noble Texas teen, his troubled but noble dog, and those crazy, mean gun smugglers they tangle with? Yes, we said crazy, mean gun smugglers. Mexican … more
The new tenant in a sand-colored warehouse space at 4061 S. Eliot Street, the Phamaly Theatre Company, is happily contemplating having its very own rehearsal space for the first time. “We serve about 300 disabled actors locally, and they are … more
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