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The Colorado Renaissance Festival offers up yet another summer of turkey legs, jousting and themed weekends all wrapped in a magical package that sends visitors back to the 16 century, beginning this weekend. With fire-breathers, singing pirates … more
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
The Douglas County Land Conservancy will host 20 noted regional and national landscape artists who will paint “en plein air” during the week of June 23 at Dawson Butte Open Space south of Castle Rock. They will display and sell the resulting … 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
“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
The Wheat Ridge Carnation Festival will celebrate the city’s agricultural heritage Aug. 15-16. During the 1960s, a bouquet of fresh carnations was delivered to the White House every Monday morning and displayed in the front foyer with a card … more
Edge Theater offers the second of a pair of plays about randy older women with its production of a classic example: “The Graduate,” adapted by well-known, award-winning British playwright Terry Johnson from the screenplay by Calder Willingham … more
When we visited Hudson Gardens and Event Center several weeks ago, it was poised to start a busy summer: The concert stage was in place, ready for the series of Sunday evening concerts that draw fans from across the metro area. The two garden … more
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