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The gang of second- and third-graders tumbles in from recess with an effervescent energy that bounces through the low-ceilinged room. “Yay!” Tim pumps a fist into the air. “We’re doing poetry! I love poetry!” Judy Racine folds … more
A cricket club in Littleton. Markets that sell ethnic Asian Indian foods in Lone Tree. A new Hindu temple in Centennial. The growing population of Asian Indians is changing the ethnic makeup of communities in the south metro area. “I used to … more
From the opening bars to the last song, “West Side Story” keeps an audience totally engaged — even those who probably know the words well enough to sing along. It’s such a strong show, and after 10 years it’s welcome again on the Town Hall … more
I don’t know of many lakes or reservoirs in the state besides Eleven-Mile Reservoir where you can consistently catch trout ranging from 2 to 5 pounds and where fish over 10 pounds are not just a dream. Rainbow, brown, cutbow, Snake River … more
e’ve all heard touching stories of organ donors nobly saving one life at a time. But what if a way exists for one person to help save all of humanity? There is, says Karl Rexroat. In 2011, after 17 years as a funeral director, Rexroat opened … more
Boom!, a celebration of the upside of aging with Boomers Leading Change in Health, is holding an event from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 3 at The Inverness Hotel & Conference Center, 200 Inverness Drive West, off Interstate 25 and Dry Creek Road in … more
Well-known Denverites will don costumes and do goofy things during the Celebrity Waiter 2015 dinner on Sept. 19 at Ocean Prime Restaurant, 1465 Larimer St. This annual fundraiser and silent … more
Photography by late Denver photographer and gallery owner Hal Gould (1920-2015) will be exhibited Sept. 19 to Oct. 2 at Curtis Arts and Humanities Center, 2349 E. Orchard Road, Greenwood Village. An opening reception will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
With new artistic director Gavin Mayer on board since last spring, the Avenue Theater starts its new season with a somewhat twisted bit of comedy — Eric Coble's “Bright Ideas,” which is played for laughs, but has a shadow cleverly cast by … more
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