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Brace yourself as you enter the first gallery of the new “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967-1980” exhibit. Scholder’s large figures may look you right in the eye, demanding that you pay attention. The stern “Indian No. 1,” which started … more
“This is Colorado” is a statewide juried show presented annually by the Heritage Fine Arts Guild of Arapahoe County. This year, it will again be held in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive, … more
Colorado Community Media wants to share the stories of local residents who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in a special Veterans Day section that will publish Nov. 12. Servicemen and women — … more
Donald R. Seawell made his permanent stamp on the Denver community with his involvement in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and The Denver Post newspaper. He died on Sept. 30 at the great … more
The year is 1879 and the staid London Explorers Club, with its specimens of taxidermy and fancy bar, are the setting for a fairly new comedy — “The Explorers Club” — that opens on Oct. 15 at Lone Tree Arts Center. LTAC is producing theater … more
Peg is a skilled but lonely police sketch artist, who has decorated her kitchen wall with a number of her drawings of prisoners from the courtroom. Her sister Sandy stops by on the way home from a trip to give Peg a really special pencil for her … more
Do you ever stand in line at the coffee shop and make assumptions about people in front of you based on their order? Well, you might not be far off. The folks at Coffee Tasting Club ( have broken down popular types of … more
In Denver, craft coffee is almost as common as craft beer. That trend is trickling into the south suburbs as well. “Littleton is a different demographic than the city. Rather than having a bunch of coffee-educated people come through the door, … more
Halloween is Christmas for those who love the spooky, the creepy and the downright scary. And just like Christmas, there are levels to decorations. Some people take a light approach, with just a few jack-o’-lanterns and spiderwebs, while others … more
It’s 1959 — and the opening night for a musical of questionable quality called “Robbin’ Hood” at Boston’s Colonial Theatre. At the finale, the leading lady (who can’t sing, act or dance), Jessica Crenshaw (played by Shahara Ray), keels … more
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