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When Greensky Bluegrass returns to Denver Oct. 24 and 25 at the Ogden Theatre, tickets may not be that easy to come by. The Michigan-based quintet, which sold out its four shows at Boulder's Fox Theatre and Englewood's Gothic Theatre last fall, … more
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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Whales, the world’s mightiest animals, date back more than 50 million years and are the subject of legends, films and travel. These giants intrigue people of all ages who love to explore aspects of the underwater world. Living in a landlocked … 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
The Denver International Airport was built far away from some of the Colorado’s most famous locations, but 45 years of photographs by Barbara Gal will give travelers a sampling of the state. DIA is exhibiting Gal’s show, “45 Years in … more
“In `Sam and Streilka,' for example, a Russian dog who traveled in space is only brush strokes away from `The Big Bang.' It is my hope that the painting is thematically expansive — as well as visually unified …” That is from a statement … more
Germany and Austria hold numerous beautiful Christkindl markets, a tradition dating back, at least, to 1310 in Munich. At first, celebrations gathered around the churches, growing out of a farmers' market and phasing into works by craftsmen and … more
CCM had the opportunity to sit down with Art Alexakis, lead singer of the 1990s rock band, Everclear, to talk about the music business, touring and even a little bit of food. Well it’s changed so much in the time that I’ve been involved in … more
The Arvada Center is presenting Creede Repertory Theatre’s summer production of “The Last Romance” by Joe Di Pietro, an expert with romantic comedy. Di Pietro is a New Jersey native and sets this charming story in Hoboken, across from New York … more
Shrek remains an ogre in a production at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, but is different from the ogre in the namesake movie because the stage Shrek dances, sings and cracks jokes. To go along with the singing, dancing ogre played by Seth Caikowski, … more
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