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There's an advantage to being a veteran artist: One has accumulated a lifetime of images and experiences that feed into the creative juices as they flow out into a new artistic endeavor. Painter Rita Bentley of Littleton is one of those who has … more
Dale Chihuly, the "it man" in the world of art glass, clearly prefers to let his stupendous pieces of spectacular art speak for themselves rather than pontificating on his work. more
Colorado general aviation supporters closed the hangar door on this year’s General Aviation Appreciation Week. The annual event strives to showcase how general aviation and community airports play a major role in the lives of not only Coloradans, … more
With its tail wildly swinging back and forth, the glimmering B-17 inched off the ground and toward the heavens. Uncontrollable grins decorated the faces of the 10 passengers aboard the “Aluminum Overcast,” one of five B-17s in existence still … more
It's looking promising for fireworks on the Fourth of July. The repeated cancellation of fireworks due to drought conditions has plagued Independence Day ceremonies across the Front Range in recent years, including last year's “Let Freedom … more
A ladies-only cycling event in Douglas County will support victims of domestic violence in the community. Tour de Ladies isn't your average ride. It was devised as a stress-free way to empower and educate women in the metro area while raising … more
Daniel L. Ritchie, the "godfather" of Denver theater, has announced his retirement as chief executive officer of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Ritchie will continue to serve as chairman of the board of trustees following his retirement as CEO. more
The connection started with Jena Dickey's chance meeting, at the Boulder Creek Festival in Boulder, with Tamdin Wangdu, who heads the Tibetan Village Project in Westminster. He was planning to host three Tibetan monks who were to travel in the … more
“DCAE plays an important part in supporting the vibrant cultural life of the cities participating in the program. Public art adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness o our communities,” said Lone Tree's art curator, Sally Perisho. Douglas … more
When we visited Hudson Gardens and Event Center several weeks ago, it was poised to start a busy summer: The concert stage was in place, ready for the series of Sunday evening concerts that draw fans from across the metro area. The two garden … more
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