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A tattoo is often more than skin deep. A-5272, a number forever inked upon Eva Schloss’s forearm, serves as a stark reminder of that. Silent for years, Schloss now travels the world sharing her experiences of the Holocaust. “At the … more
“Fictions: Recent Works,” a collection of more than 30 of contemporary realist Daniel Sprick's extraordinary paintings, is open in the Gates Family Gallery at the Denver Art Museum through Nov. 2 and invites more than one visit by anyone with an … more
When it's Saturday night at the Colorado Scottish Festival in Highlands Ranch, there's always a concert. This year, it features a Spanish bagpiper on Aug. 9. His name is Carlos Nunez and he has become an international pop star with his … more
Just south of the substantial brick and mortar complex called The Arvada Center at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., there is a 17-acre area of open land, containing a few trees and lots of grass. It has entered an exciting new phase with the June 26 opening of … more
Sean Kenyon, bartender extraordinaire at Williams & Graham, was named American Bartender of the Year at the Spirited Awards July 19 in the Sheraton Hotel New Orleans. more
Shrek remains an ogre in a production at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, but is different from the ogre in the namesake movie because the stage Shrek dances, sings and cracks jokes. To go along with the singing, dancing ogre played by Seth Caikowski, … more
Summer is the time to be outdoors, to relax with friends and family and enjoy the best panoramas nature has to offer. With drive-in theaters all but faded into cultural memory, cities have been picking up the torch and offering residents free … more
Experts call it the “silver tsunami”— the 850,000 centenarians living in the country by 2050 will represent one the largest pools of people to reach “senior status” in the country’s history. In the nation, Colorado ranks third as … more
The City of Denver could become "one big farmers' market" after the city council recently approved an ordinance that allows Denver residents to sell from their homes fresh produce they have … more
Roughly 35 bikers met by Wheat Ridge Cyclery on July 17 for a cruiser crawl with stops at three local bars along the way. Organized by Mara Owen, communication and events coordinator for Wheat Ridge 2020, these cruiser crawls look to build community in Wheat Ridge. more
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