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“El Brindis REMIXED (The Toast REMIXED) — The Beverages and People of Mexico” is now open at the Museo de las Americas, featuring photographs and artists from the 19th and 20th centuries, including Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Augustin Victor … more
Dreadful news: “The Composer is Dead”! The Littleton Symphony brings a collaboration by that name, between composer Nathaniel Stookey and best-selling children's author Lemony Snicket, to local families at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at Littleton United … more
The Taylor Estate, the highest-priced home in the Denver metro area, is up for sale for $27.7 million in Lakewood. more
Be careful what you wish for. No doubt, you’ve been told that before. What you  and what you  are often two different things, and desires can be dangerous. The wrong wish acquired could lead to disaster. Or, as in the new novel  it … more
Wake up: Parents set examples for their children about participation in politics, voting, getting involved in campaigns, etc. Lucky for me, my parents were active in Jefferson County politics beginning in the l960s. I got to meet all sorts of … more
A few weeks ago, when Rampart Range Road opened more than two years after it was closed during the first day of the Waldo Canyon Fire, visitors were able to get a whole new understanding of the scope … more
Almost universally, superstitions about women in the mines bringing bad luck appear in various cultures. This, despite evidence suggesting women entered the mines as workers in various locales, … more
Scary comes in all shapes and sizes — sometimes it’s the sensation of being watched and other times it comes from the realization that things aren’t what they seem. Sam Shepard’s 1979 Pulitzer Prize-winning family drama “Buried Child” … more
Mary Taylor Young, Castle Rock nature writer, will present her latest book: “Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years” at the Philip S. Miller Library, 100 Wilcox St., Castle Rock, at a holiday party, co-hosted by Young and the library. … more
“Good Television,” produced by Ashton and Abster Productions, offers a well-directed (by John Ashton), behind-the-scenes look at reality TV, as written by actor/first-time playwright Rod McLachlan. It’s a new play, premiered by the Atlantic … more
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