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Paintings, drawings, sculptures at library When Reen Gottron travels, she carries watercolors and pencils in a special backpack. Or if she's to have … more
Media madness or a pregnant pause, perhaps? Was KOSI radio/9News personality Denise Plante pulling a prank on thousands of Facebook friends when she … more
“The Election” by playwright Don Zolodis is the fall play presented by ThunderRidge High School’s award-winning Thespians. The play, according … more
Founded in the summer of 1939, the Kilowatt Eights are the oldest active square dance club in the country and still do-si-doing with regular dances … more
As one stands in the doorway of the Community Room at Englewood’s Civic Center, a blast of colors and textures meets the eye. Nubby woven shawls … more
While Centennial writer Nancy Peterson says “Not to Be Forgiven” is not really her personal story, she did grow up in Scottsbluff, Neb. (a first … more
In Denver, we were well aware of the Chicano civil rights movement, so the concert/play inspired by singer/songwriter Daniel Valdez’s album … more
The Victorian Byers-Evans House Museum’s library offers a suitably spooky atmosphere for its resident theater company to offer a … more
World premiere at Su Teatro “Mestizo,” is described as “a concert and play” by Su Teatro. Inspired by Daniel Valdez’s recording, it will … more
“Merrily We Roll Along” by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth will be shown in a CinemaLive production at the Highlands Ranch 24, 103 Centennial … more
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