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With the Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center gearing up for another season, Elaine Mariner, Parker's cultural director, said, “Our goal in booking this season was to bring at least one national act every month while also featuring our hometown … more
Located just seven blocks from Denver's 16th Street Mall, the historic Curtis Park neighborhood is Denver's oldest. A Home and Community Tour on Sept. 13-14 will offer visits to 15 of the more than 500 historically significant Curtis Park homes … more
A plan by the 80s band Survivor to kick off its tour in Parker is up in the air following the sudden death of lead singer Jimi Jamison. Jamison died of a heart attack at the age of 63 on Aug. 31, … more
There is an old saying, batted around in farm circles, that it is so dry in eastern Colorado that the water is wet only on one side. The rest of the state is not that much better off, though you … more
The 17-Mile House, a 150-year-old property near the Arapahoe-Douglas county line that served as a resting spot for pioneers traveling on the Cherokee/Smoky Hill Trail in the 1860s, has had its share of visitors of late. Complimentary tours have been … more
Young pianist Kevin Ahfat was born in Canada, but has lived in Centennial since he was 5 years old. It's where he started music lessons at age 7. By 13, he dedicated himself to a musical career, understanding the self-discipline that choice … more
In September 1939, as World War II began in Europe, Public Service Company employee Joe Lang, who had learned to call square dancing, started holding square dances in the company's truck garage — pulling out the trucks and steam cleaning the floor … more
QRstorytelling Gallery in Castle Rock is featuring a one-man show of works by local photographer Ken Smith, who specializes in trains, vintage transportation and beautiful landscapes, as well as Americana. He said he would have 19 pieces exhibited … more
“I incorporate as many different objects as possible in my artworks, from jewelry to wood, metal, fabric, paper and natural elements …,” Susan Beardsley Blosten writes in her artist statement. Some of her works are set for exhibit in September … more
Director Pamela Clifton's comments in her program notes for “Sylvia” really hit the nail on the head as to why this play by A.B. Guthrie is so very appealing, especially to anyone who has ever owned a dog, loved a dog ... Her whimsical note … more
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