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Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation and the Colorado Chamber Orchestra Elementary Instrumental Music will feature two concert nights in February, different, but with a clear connection. Children are learning to experience the joy of making … more
Ruby Herrera has brought an aspect of her military training into her fitness regimen. Rucking — carrying a weighted pack — is a trendy exercise with unglamorous roots in the military, where it is a staple of training. Part of the test for … more
Foy’s the name, lighting’s the game I never knew any other people with my last name when I was growing up in Massachusetts, but out here in Colorado I hear it a lot. I came here for college at the University of Colorado and got a degree in … more
Diane Bukatman, who founded For the Love of Food cooking school in Golden, learned to make sushi in 2004 while working at a Washington, D.C., restaurant. One co-worker was a Japanese sushi chef for the restaurant, she said. Fascinated by the art, … more
About me I was a military brat, my dad was in the United States Air Force. I was in Athens, Greece, by the time I was 8 months old. I lived in two different parts of Turkey, Australia, and two parts of Alaska. My parents retired to Alaska, and a … more
As the holidays started on Dec. 15, a nicely installed new student exhibit was hung in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts, with top works from the fall quarter. Appropriately called “Mixed Bag,” it includes ceramics, jewelry, paintings, … more
The Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale is in its 24th year, featuring works by 66 contemporary realists from North America and Europe on display at the National Western Complex Expo Hall, Third Floor, through Jan. 22, open during Stock Show … more
Members of the Englewood Camera Club will gather at 7 p.m. on Jan. 10 to hear photographer and workshop leader Matt Shetzer talk about various wildlife photography concepts geared towards photographing raptors, bears and small birds. Challenges … more
Since it first opened Off-Broadway in 2003, “Avenue Q” has been an audience favorite nationwide, despite its unusual cast of singing, on occasion tough-talking, oversized hand puppets and unconcealed puppeteers — plus a few … more
“Preserving the History and Tradition,” they say, is the purpose of The Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Twenty-eight years ago a group of theater and history fans decided to celebrate a particularly Western American tradition with a weekend … more
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