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If the cooking community speaks a universal language, Jenny Hartin is undoubtedly fluent. A few years ago, she was a paralegal working in Manhattan. Now a stay-at-home mom in Parker, she presides over a domain of devoted cooks from every corner … more
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“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
Two experienced local artists will open a new exhibit Sept. 5-30 at Macy Dorf's Artists on Santa Fe gallery. They describe “3D Piction” as “a collaborative show of clay, printmaking and alternative process digital techniques including photo … more
“Mack and Mabel,” a musical by Jerry Herman, with book by Michael Stewart (and some later revisions by Stewart's sister, Francine Pascal), opened Aug. 8 at Vintage Theatre under the direction of Bernie Cardell. It tells the audience a story … more
For thousands of metro-area folks, Labor Day weekend, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, means Taste of Colorado festival time: free admission; five stages of entertainment; more than 50 food booths, ranging from hot dogs to “fine dining”; artists; and a section … more
Young pianist Kevin Ahfat was born in Canada, but has lived in Centennial since he was 5 years old. It's where he started music lessons at age 7. By 13, he dedicated himself to a musical career, understanding the self-discipline that choice … more
Although fictional Joanna Brady is the sheriff of Arizona's Cochise County and lives in its county seat of Bisbee, J.A. Jance's 15th Brady mystery begins many miles to the east — in Greater Barrington, Mass. “The Remains of Innocence” is a … more
QRstorytelling Gallery in Castle Rock is featuring a one-man show of works by local photographer Ken Smith, who specializes in trains, vintage transportation and beautiful landscapes, as well as Americana. He said he would have 19 pieces exhibited … more
“I incorporate as many different objects as possible in my artworks, from jewelry to wood, metal, fabric, paper and natural elements …,” Susan Beardsley Blosten writes in her artist statement. Some of her works are set for exhibit in September … more
Director Pamela Clifton's comments in her program notes for “Sylvia” really hit the nail on the head as to why this play by A.B. Guthrie is so very appealing, especially to anyone who has ever owned a dog, loved a dog ... Her whimsical note … more
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