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The Denver Art Museum's modern and contemporary collection is featured in a new installation of 53 recently acquired, or promised, works added over the past seven years. The exhibit, “Showing Off,” fills the fourth floor at the Hamilton … more
The National Endowment for the Arts, in the present round of funding to art nonprofits, will make 1,023 awards totaling $74.3 million nationwide. NEA Chairman Jane Chu said “the NEA is committed to advancing learning, fueling creativity and … more
As one walks into the Denver Botanic Gardens/York Street, “Charlo,” the most recently created Deborah Butterfield horse sculpture (2015), appears to be happily munching on surrounding vegetation, while nearby, “Ahulani” (1991) is reclining … more
Littleton's Hudson Gardens will be the site for the Colorado Water Garden Society's annual plant sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 7. The gardener will find new plants and knowledgeable staff with advice, information — and photographs of … more
When Travel + Leisure magazine, a national consumer publication, recently posted its picks for the nine best train station restaurants, two Denver eateries were included in that prestigious short … more
Swirling, twirling carnival rides. Goopy, gloppy science experiments. Dance-inducing tunes. Food on a stick. That's merely a fraction of the fun at the Parker Days Festival, the beloved annual summer kickoff that's now in its 38th year. There is … more
Life is for one generation. A good name (or a bad one) is forever. The area known as “the Divide” has a historically strong name or reputation for inclement Colorado weather. The May snowstorm of … more
Volunteers stock shelves in an Englewood church to distribute food to about 150 families a week. A Christian organization in Lakewood brings together people from throughout the metro area to build classrooms and dig wells in rural Nicaraguan … more
It’s sure been a rough year for Hollywood. First there was the stinging Sony hacking scandal. And now we have the humbling image of the Hollywood letters themselves toppling to the ground, as most of California is pulverized by an earthquake — … more
Running a newspaper 120 years ago was the kind of business that required varying degrees of verbosity -- depending mostly on how much advertisement the paper was able to sell. And it was true … more
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