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One of my favorite things about the holidays — in fact, probably my favorite thing — is that everybody truly does seem to be in better moods. There is a spirit to the season, especially for people with children, like myself. It is, as Bill … more
When one enters the Aurora Fox Studio Theater, one is immediately charmed by a stairstepped floor and wall filled with exotic fabrics, silky brocaded cushions, Oriental rugs, lengths of fabric draped and hung. Charles Dean Packard, executive … more
“Winter Carnival — Revisiting Saint-Saens' `Carnival of the Animals'” will be a multidisciplinary concert for music lovers of all ages. The Colorado Chamber Orchestra, which is now the Arvada Center's Orchestra in Residence, will perform at 2 … more
“I wanted to turn convention on its head and tell a story of a character who could definitely be a villain, but definitely isn't. Basically a dark story rooted in hope rather than the apocalypse … It's dark, it's intense, it's grim, but the … more
Julian Lujan, who attended ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, died after accidentally falling from a cliff last June soon after graduating from Colorado State University. His older sister, Christina, used social media to spread word of … more
He calls himself a Chinaman and stands on a Golden street corner with a guitar on his shoulder. We meet and head to a nearby coffee shop to escape the cold. His name is Wing Jin, and he has … more
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Vail resident Travis Milloy, writer of “Pandorum,” a mystery thriller starring Dennis Quaid, has always had a passion for film and a desire to craft his own low-budget independent film. And in 2014, with the filming of his sci-fi thriller … more
“Jesus of Suburbia Medley,” “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” “St. Jimmy,” “Extraordinary Girl,” “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” “Whatsername” and a couple dozen more songs carry the powerful rock opera, “Green Day's American … more
In 2015, the Plains Conservation Center engaged more than 10,000 students in its mission of educating as many people as possible about the endangered grasslands here and throughout the world. In 2016, that number should expand as the Denver Botanic … more
Music has always reflected the times, so it’s fitting the best releases of the year are searching, personal works that defy compartmentalization in any particular genre. Following are the … more
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