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New Orleans-style jazz pianist Henry Butler is a legendary musician who plays blues, boogie, classical, Caribbean, pop and R&B, plus some of his own compositions. And he can sing! Butler will perform on Feb. 18 in the Waring Theatre at Arapahoe … more
Entomologist Mike Weissmann's talk, “There's No Sex Like Insects,” is billed tongue-in-cheek as a Valentine's season event. But it's actually a sometimes-explicit look at fascinating and bizarre arthropod behavior — and is meant for an adult … more
Allow extra time to visit the large, impressive “Art of the State” exhibit in three galleries, more than 10,000 square feet, at the Arvada Center through March 27. Arvada Center curator Colin Parson said there were 1,434 entries by 511 … more
My background I’ve worked at Ned Kelly’s Irish Pub for about a month. I love it, it’s my favorite job I’ve ever had. I’ve lived in Morrison for about a year. Before that, I lived out by Kipling and C-470. I kind of hopped between … more
Taylor Hunter, 20, returned to Parker in December after an 18-month mission trip to the western part of upstate New York, where she shoveled sidewalks, participated in service projects and spread the word of the Mormon faith. She knocked on doors … more
“Sweet and Lovely: A Valentine’s Day Salute” is the Denver Concert Band’s title for its concert at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Lone Tree Arts Center. It is the annual Guest Artist Concert and the guests will be the recently formed Front Range … more
Autographed copies, first editions, and other unique books will be offered in a silent auction during February at Littleton's Bemis Library. The Friends of the Littleton Library/Museum offers their second annual Silent Book Auction. Look at the … more
“We Will Rock You” promises the Wonderbound contemporary ballet company, borrowing a line from the British band Queen. Wonderbound's February performances, “Rock Ballets,” choreographed to the music of Queen and the recently departed David … more
The date is 1967. The place is Steubenville, Ohio, where prolific Minneapolis playwright and screenwriter Jeffrey Hatcher grew up and created memories. A brief excerpt from the favorite tome of namesake character Mrs. Mannerly appears in the … more
The Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, the Jabberwock (with a 25-foot wingspan), the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts will be there — as well as some little hedgehogs, piglets, cards and flamingos — when Alice experiences her grand adventure in … more
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