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Fast-moving fight scenes, outrageous auto antics and a sprinkling of ridiculous one-liners make “Furious 7” a campy, crowd-pleasing escape. Never mind that the film repeatedly presents the impossible _ a muscle car attacks an airborne … more
For the last 20 years of his life, Spanish painter Joan Miro (1893-1983) found a home on the island of Mallorca, where he could unpack and relate to his earlier paintings that had been packed away during World War II and after. He lived through … more
Last season, Curious Theatre Company produced the mesmerizing “Brothers Size” by Louisiana-born Tarell Alvin McCraney for enthusiastic audiences. (It will repeat this summer, for those who missed it, or want to revisit.) McCraney has written the … more
Blindfolded and handcuffed, a battered Michael Wells is composing the letter he'd write to his wife Lainie, if he were able. Sam Gilstrap portrays the former American professor at a university in Beirut, Lebanon. “These people have been taking … more
As she grew up hearing family stories, Colorado writer Hannah Nordhaus became aware of a dramatic history surrounding her great-great-grandmother, Julia Staab. Many readers will be familiar with the classy La Posada hotel (“place of rest”) in … more
Writer Steve Berry has published his latest Cotton Malone thriller. The 10th book in the series sends his retired Justice Department agent on a chase to Venice and Croatia on the trail of a rogue North Korean who hopes to throw the U.S. into … more
Nicole Steiner, a 16-year-old junior at Legend High School, recently returned home from the Disney Dreamers Academy, a mentoring program that gives advice and tools to teens to help them achieve success in their desired career field. Steiner was … more
Elements 5280 Gallery, 5940 S. Holly St., Greenwood Village, presents a show called “Landscapes of the West” by seven well-recognized Colorado artists through April 8. Included: Don Hamilton, Doug Martin, Ed Zorensky, Kent Lemon, Leon … more
Casa Bonita, the 41-year-old Lakewood institution known more for its “eatertainment” than its food, has been awarded landmark status by the Lakewood Historical Society. But neither Casa Bonita’s food nor its pop culture icon status earned … more
Some of the white marble markers still tell the story, though not as audibly and obviously, as they first did in 1911. U.P.T. routed out in relief on the flat slabs. Originally, there were 15 of them … more
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