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In Justin Go's debut novel, “The Steady Running of the Hour,” wealthy English mountaineer Ashley Walsingham succumbs in 1924 to the relentless ice and snow of Mount Everest — the same challenging mountain that just claimed a number of guides … more
Eric Bertoluzzi will conduct Up Close and Musical, an ensemble of Colorado Symphony Orchestra musicians, in the finale of the Chamber Music of the Masters season at 2 p.m. on May 17 in Hampden Hall at the Englewood Civic Center. The concert honors … more
Jazz pianist Dana Landry will be featured in the Lone Tree Symphony's May 9 concert, “The Three G's,” performing George Gershwin's “Rhapsody in Blue.” Also on the program will be Ferde Grofe's “Grand Canyon Suite” and Louis Morreau … more
It almost seems that the change of name affected the entries. The Lone Tree Photo Club and Lone Tree Arts Commission changed the name of their annual photography show to “Exploring the Light,” and while light is always a major element, this … more
“Showtime on Ice” enters its 41st season with a show that will entertain families May 9 to 11 at the South Suburban Ice Arena. A collaboration between the Denver Figure Skating Club and the Colorado Skating Club, the show will include more … more
Local students can look forward to magic carpet rides, “artful dodging,” 1950s Baltimore and Kipling's world this summer through the Performing Arts Academy at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch. Director James Ramsey, who … more
A blocky, stepped-up wooden stage is backed by a row of bare trees. Tree shadows are painted on the stage floor. Behind the trees is a row of seats for Donna Debreceni and her five excellent musicians, who add depth and tone to the fine production … more
Littleton's Fine Arts Board rewards artists who win Best in Show ribbons with an opportunity to exhibit a collection of works — which is also a reward to viewers, who can enjoy a broader view of that artist's skills. Since three Best of Show … more
Artist Betsy Duzan writes about her exhibit, “Crossings,” in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall Arts Center: “My recent work features vast skies and figures on bridges and paths. The powerful skies and bridges evoke a sense of dominance over the … more
The Colorado Potters Guild, at 50 years old, is the oldest artists' cooperative in Colorado. With a studio located in an old creamery at 1541 S. Pearl St. in Denver, members work long hours on site and at home, creating functional and decorative … more
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