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Four theater professionals got together, as a writing collective, and wrote a play about quantum theory, which was not successful, said member Leigh Miller of Centennial. Then one of the group moved to New York and the other three continued to … more
During the time of apartheid in South Africa, when discriminative policy forbade blacks from operating bars or selling alcohol, “shebeens” popped up throughout rural townships, giving locals a place to commiserate, eat and drink. “They were … more
As it celebrates 40 years as an arts center, Arvada Center presents its first world premiere: “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” originated at the Arvada theater with music and lyrics by Arvada’s music director David Nehls and book by Kenn … more
Air Force veteran Jake Jacobs recently sat in a dimmed, incense-filled room as Marty Albring of Four Directions Wellness Foundation poked needles into his ears. By the time she finished, it looked as though an orange porcupine had attached to … more
Hudson Gardens, at 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, is transformed into a magical spot to visit through New Year’s Eve, with thousands of lights that twinkle and invite a visitor to walk along curving paths, through a lighted tunnel and beside … more
The Depot Art Gallery at 2069 W. Powers Ave. in Littleton is enjoying its annual visit from the Holiday Express, bearing gifts for all. “Not to be found in big box stores or at Amazon,” says publicist/artist Peggy Dietz. Original artwork, … more
It’s 8 a.m. on Nov. 7, a quiet morning inside South Metro Fire Rescue Station 44 at 12625 E. Lincoln Ave. Patrick Grout and Taylor Olson watch an online training seminar. Olson, a three-year veteran, sits in a recliner while Grout, the … more
Bouncing around the country I’ve moved around quite a bit with my family. My dad is a pastor, so we lived east of the Mississippi a lot. I was born in Nebraska, then we moved to the Thornton area. After that we moved to Ohio, then back here to … more
The spotlight at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center turns on a grumpy-looking Santa ringing a bell as Hohman, Indiana townsfolk mostly pass by ignoring him. The opening announcement is made by kids and the audience is filled with a happy shorter … more
On July 1, Highlands Ranch sculptor Shohini Ghosh and her teenage son Shiv flew into bustling Bangkok, Thailand, where she connected with six other international sculptors in answer to a very unique invitation. They were transported northeast, about … more
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