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‘Venus in Fur’ “Venus in Fur” by David Ives will run for four performances at the Namastage Theatre, 1601 S. Pearl St., Denver. Produced by Lea Marlene Actors Studio. Performances: 7:30 p.m. May 26, 27, June 2, 3. Tickets: $25 advance/$30 … more
Sunlight streams through the stained glass at the Colorado Muslim Society’s mosque on Parker Roadin southeast Denveron a warm May morning as Imam Shafi Abdulaziz addresses a field trip of seventh-graders from Mountain Ridge Middle School. He … more
An annual gala, celebrating the benefits of bringing together society's youngest and oldest members, is being held this weekend. The nonprofit Bessie's Hope is sponsoring its' annual Bridge of … more
Storm clouds threatened the graduation ceremony for Ponderosa High School for the second year in a row. But the school's staff, families and graduates beat the weather by holding the ceremony at … more
Animal life I’m 22, and I grew up in Aurora, but my family moved to Elizabeth about four years ago. I’ve worked in veterinary hospitals for about four or five years, and I’ve worked at the Cottage Veterinary Hospital in Parker for about … more
Most teenagers can’t wait to drive. And 13-year-old Jack Armstrong is one of them. So he didn’t wait. For more than a year, Armstrong has been racing with the Podium Race Team, operating from the Unser Karting track in Centennial, and he … more
Highlands Ranch resident Robert McAdam flew in a Boeing B-17 on a mission once in World War II — and he had to bail out over Nazi-occupied Austria. "I was 23 at the time, and I don't … more
Rita Campbell of Englewood, Patti Harrison of northwest Denver, Rachel Hueske of Aurora and Karen Kennedy of Roxborough make up a quartet of artists exhibiting their paintings in “Salon d’ Littleton,” an exhibit that accompanies Town Hall Arts … more
May 5 was a perfect evening for a stroll in downtown Littleton, and local folks of all ages and interests showed up to look at art and to participate in Littleton History Walks, offered by Historic Littleton Inc. and the City’s Historic … more
About 75 supporters of Immigrant Pathways Colorado gathered at the Littleton Museum for conversation, lunch and inspiration on a sunny May 4 — and to hear stories of three IPC grantees. Susan Thornton spoke briefly about the organization’s … more
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