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Swing It! "Swing," was originally choreographed and directed by Littleton High School graduate Lynne Taylor Corbett, now an award-winning New York theater personality. The song and dance show will … more
“Rebranded: Polish Film Posters for the American Western” will be on view in the Denver Art Museum's Gates Family Gallery of Western Art from Feb. 16 through June 1, included in general admission. The collection, on loan from the Autry … more
Whether it's developing retirement communities, helping set policy at a university, promoting K-12 education reform or painting large-scale watercolors, Ralph Nagel believes his life has been about envisioning the future. “My career has been … more
Four of Denver's top tourism leaders have been named to the new class of inductees into the 15th Annual Denver & Colorado Tourism Hall of Fame. more
Legend High School in Parker will utilize a cast of 51 and a tech crew of 42 as its theater department presents “Once Upon a Mattress,” the musical by Mary Rodgers, Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer and Dean Fuller. Dr. Denina Brown directs. Based … more
The traditional gold cup and rainbow ribbon that goes to Best in Show winners in most dog shows awaits the dog who wins the Worst in Show crown at the event scheduled from 1 to 6 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum at … more
To paraphrase, painters Mark Akins and Jennifer Riefenberg have “chased the light fantastic” with a series of paintings executed in outdoor settings, where indeed light is an all-important factor to their work. Their exhibit, “Chasing the … more
Footsteps and the melody of “Three Blind Mice” sound softly in the background as lights dim. It’s time for a performance of Agatha Christie’s ever-popular “The Mousetrap,” adapted from her mystery tale, “And Then There Were … more
On Feb. 22, the Denver Concert Band will feature a unique guest artist for its “Road Trip” concert at Lone Tree Arts Center. Adam Frey of Atlanta will perform — with the band and as a soloist — on his euphonium, an instrument that … more
Soft guitar music plays as lights bring the patio of a Mexican stucco home, painted in soft terracotta tones, into focus. An ornate picture frame hangs in a central spot and framed is a colorful Frida Kahlo self-portrait — or is it? Frida, … more
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