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Many locals reacted with nostalgia when news broke that portions of Golden's Heritage Square will be closing at the end of the year. The alpine slide and the square's shops and businesses will be closing at year's end but the amusement park and … more
Instead of its usual First Friday opening, the Museo de Las Americas in the Santa Fe Arts District staged a “protest” Feb. 12 at its entrance, paying homage to the Brown Berets involved in the 1960s-70s Chicano Movement in Colorado, California, … more
Three works will fill the stage at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House from Feb. 20 through March 1, accompanied by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Artistic Director Gil Boggs said: “The first time we performed a Ballet Masterworks production in … more
Groucho actually began his career as a female impersonator, according to the March, 1974 issue of Playboy, playing a singer in a smalltime vaudeville troupe, The LeRoy Trio, in 1905. “With the … more
As the Denver Art Museum begins a new year, it has issued a report on important acquisitions in the past year — most of them gifts. • The largest gift ever given to the museum leads the list. On Jan. 13, 2014, the announcement was made that … more
Audience members each receive a nametag and are automatic members of the sisterhood as the cast, some in crinoline petticoats — and all with tongue firmly in cheek — takes us back to 1956. It's the annual meeting of the Susan B. Anthony … more
When playwright Jessica Dickey, who is also an actor, was in Denver working with Curious Theatre on her new piece, “Charles Ives Take Me Home,” she suggested that the set be an open space — with an “Our Town” feel — a sacred space. A … more
Marie Antoinette’s life has been the inspiration for books, plays, films and speculation for many years, but a Wonderbound production always offers a new and original perspective on any topic. Artistic director Garrett Ammon has made a point … more
“The Color Red” is the theme for the latest show at the Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave. — in Littleton’s circa 1891 bright red Santa Fe Depot. The exhibit opened Feb. 4 and a public reception is planned from 4-6 p.m. on Feb. … more
Christopher Weed’s 24-foot by 14-foot public art piece “Connected” was installed on Jan. 19 at 14th and Lamar. The piece represents the neighborhoods coming together to support the … more
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