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Readers may remember author Garth Stein for his “Running in the Rain” six years ago: a story told from the standpoint of a dog named Enzo, which has been translated into 35 languages and sold millions of copies. This master storyteller from … more
The stage for “Naughty Bits” at Buntport Theater is set with a pink-patterned Oriental rug, an elegant pink sofa and chair and a formal writing desk. We are in Lansdowne House in London, where the Marquess of Lansdowne and others, including … more
“Plein air painters paint outside, no matter the season, no matter the weather. Working against time, they capture the essence of a subject, its color, shape and texture and most of all, how the subject is illuminated,” writes George Rentz of … more
Twenty years ago, a group of women writers decided they wanted a formal organization that allowed them to meet kindred spirits and hone their craft. Among them were Sandra Dallas, Jerrie Hurd, Margaret Coel, (the late) Sybil Downing and Corrine … more
This weekend I was asked to drop by a fundraising event at Jim Wider’s Southwinds Fine Art Studio at Roller Coaster Road near where Hodgen and Baptist road connect. Being historically inclined, … more
Two years ago, painter/Arapahoe Community College faculty member Marsha Wooley had the opportunity to spend two weeks painting at La Romita in Umbria, on a hillside above the town of Terni, in central Italy. She was so enthusiastic about the … more
There is a shot and a Florida condo holds three bodies. What has happened? Playwright Craig Wright then takes the audience back to the beginning of his story, which appears at the John Hand Theater, presented by Silhouette Theatre … more
The large stage at Curious Theatre is stripped down to basics: brick wall, tables and chair, school-sized world map, projection screen … Lighting is effective and partly controlled by actor Martin Moran, who moves gracefully around the stage, … more
“Memphis,” by Joe Di Pietro (“I Love You, You're Perfect — Now Change”) and David Bryan, of Bon Jovi, takes the Arvada Center audience to colorful Beale Street in Memphis and on a musical journey with white DJ Huey Calhoun (appealing Jim … more
For the first time in its 54-year history, the Colorado Ballet owns its home. The organization recently left its longtime location at 13th and Lincoln (owned by the State Land Board) and moved into 1075 Santa Fe Drive, a former warehouse. A … more
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