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“Pump Boys and Dinettes” first opened in Chicago with a long run and was written in the early 1980s by a group of friends: John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann, two of whom started writing songs when … more
The Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra, launched by Lone Tree's Art Bouton and a favorite of sold-out crowds at the Lone Tree Arts Center, is branching out. Bouton writes that the band, which includes a collection of solo-quality Colorado-based … more
At the Wheat Ridge Farmer’s Market, all five senses may get a taste of something different: A stand of giant, fresh watermelons awaits visitors at the entrance. The sound of kettle corn popping echoes throughout the parking lot. Those who … more
Who could turn down an invite to the evening from hell? That invitation not only applies to the young couple trapped with bitter George and Martha for an evening in Edward Albee’s classic “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” now playing at … more
The great American family road trip seems, in the 32 years since we first met the Griswolds, as antiquated a concept as ever. Middle-class families fly now — device-enabled, efficiency-obsessed and always aware of the outside world. Families … more
New Belgium Brewing is about to let the creative juices flow through a new 10-barrel pilot brewery at The Source Hotel in Denver's River North District, which is slated to start construction later … more
A random sample of conversations overheard while standing in line in the rain to get into Red Rocks Amphitheater for Death Cab for Cutie’s recent concert, and my observations back: “Do your eyes change color as you get older? Because I swear … more
Hundreds of people packed Washington Avenue between 12th and 13th streets in downtown Golden July 23 for the annual Mopar Big Block Party. From 6 to 10 p.m., the crowd enjoyed live music performed by the Steve Thomas Band, food and beer tents, … more
Arvada’s first beer and barbecue festival — which raised thousands of dollars for many of its service clubs — flowed into the city with success and room for fermentation. “It’s a cool event with a great atmosphere, but they just need to … more
Local trumpet player, teacher and author Jason Klobnak is on the music faculty at Arapahoe Community College as a brass instructor. The clinician and educator also leads the Jason Klobnak Quintet, which has just recorded a new CD called “New … more
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