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Queen Amidala, Obi Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, Padme Amidela, Darth Vader, R2-D2, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, C-3PO and many more are there in “Star Wars and the Power of Costume,” a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. Even those fans who have watched … more
Lights go up on a sketchily-built Catfish Row, in Charleston, South Carolina, where Clara (Erica Papillion-Posey) cuddles her baby and bursts into song — in a beautiful rendition of “Summertime.” She is joined in duet by her man Jake (David … more
Down to business I have owned Bonne'Bella Boutique since 2013 as a store. Before that, I rented space at the Emporium in Castle Rock and American Classics Marketplace in Colorado Springs. My husband Floyd pushed me to open my own boutique, and I … more
Englewood author Leslee Breene, who writes history and romance fiction, has collected five holiday season-related short stories into an attractively packaged paperback called “Christmas in My Heart” (also available electronically from … more
Scot Morton was beginning to feel like he might be snakebit once again. Morton, a Parker resident who started vintage racing four years ago along with his wife Paula, did not qualify because of mechanical failures in the past two Sportscar … more
Juror Sandra Clark chose “Artist and the Saint,” an intriguing two-sided bronze sculpture by Kim Kaminski of Littleton, as Best of Show in the 2016 “Own an Original” exhibit, which is at the Littleton Museum through Jan. 8, 2017. The faces … more
What do you wear when you’re going to meet one of your heroes? You don’t want to overdress and look like you’re trying too hard, but you also don’t want to look sloppy. Wearing that person’s T-shirt can seem a little on the nose, but you still want them to know you’re a fan. more
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
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