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Each year, it seems to expand. Denver Arts Week, Nov. 6 to 14, offers all sorts of free events, as well as some special ticketed performances. Families and individuals can explore new locations and perhaps discover new favorites. • “Know Your … more
Veronica Garcia was talking a million miles per minute — explaining that her patient needed her and she had to go. As a doula at the St. Anthony North Health Campus, Garcia provides emotional, physical and informational support to women in labor. … more
Nobody really likes election season, right? The idea behind it is one thing: Nobility and inspiration in the notion of citizens having a voice in their government and, if necessary, changing it peacefully. But the multi-year trial that … more
It was easier to name who wasn't at the RH, The Gallery at Cherry Creek (Restoration Hardware's super store) opening soiree on Oct. 14 in the Cherry Creek shopping center then to attempt to call … more
On Saturday, Oct. 17 hundreds of art lovers came to see iron, ceramics and glass art created before their eyes, at an iron pour to celebrate the Arvada Center’s current art exhibit “Fired.” Food trucks and drink vendors were in attendance … more
Fifty years ago, a young woman was determined to create a “gathering place” for Denver, similar to the ones she fondly recalled in Boston and other New England towns — a place to meet friends for a drink or dinner and “celebrate the … more
Sherlock Holmes has 221 B Baker St. address are enjoying renewed worldwide popularity in TV, film and now an imaginative exhibit, “The International Exhibit of Sherlock Holmes,” which arrives Oct. 23 at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more
Jenna Zecchino, 20, sits on the sofa in her home, a leather-bound notebook open on her lap. Slender fingers trace her carefully printed words as she reads aloud in a rhythmic, unhurried … more
The Arvada Center is hosting Roger Grunwald’s one-man production of “The Mitzvah Project,” a mix of theater, history lecture and question-and-answer session with Grunwald, who is the son of a Holocaust survivor. The performance is from 7 to … more
But the festivities, which traditionally occur on Nov. 1 and 2, aren’t about celebrating corpses. Rather, they are joyful observances of life that honor one’s ancestors. “Many religions honor their ancestors in different ways,” said … more
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