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Once upon a time, Greg Reinke, president of the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants, (affectionately known as the HooDLuMs), heard some complaints that people who like “turkey-leg events” might not be the best clientele to attract to downtown … more
Multi-faceted director Colin Roybal designed the set and lighting at Denver's Bug Theater for Equinox Theatre Company's nicely staged production of “Company,” Stephen Sondheim's wry musical look at marriage. Seven doors in assorted soft … more
Maya DeBus has happy childhood memories of spending summer days with her grandparents in their home in Sterne Park, now a local historic landmark called the Bemis House. She and her sister and cousins played in the spacious yard and in the cozy … more
What could be more appropriate for the 50th production in Englewood's Summer Musical series than the beloved “The Sound of Music,” by Rodgers and Hammerstein — an immediate hit on Broadway in 1959, starring Mary Martin, and an award-winning … more
Dan Hampton spent almost a year doing the research and writing needed to author his book “Lords of the Sky,” which explores the evolution of all aspects of aerial combat. Hampton, one of the most decorated pilots in Air Force history, called … more
“The marks told a story of the beautiful crude, the elaborate conversations, transforming the surface …,” artist Josiah Lopez writes. A visitor to “Outside in 303” at Denver's Museo de las Americas walks through a darkened passage, past … more
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's autographed football is being auctioned off by the American Physical Therapy Association for the Bob Doctor Golf Tournament July 26 at the Colorado National Golf Club in Parker. more
Each year in late June, members of the active, longstanding community group, Friends of the Littleton Library/Museum gather to congratulate themselves on another good year with meaningful contributions to the organization's two favorite city … more
From July 14 to 19, a group of local children will visit a pair of worlds that live in the imagination. First will be the engaging world of live theater, where they participate as actors — or perhaps technical crew — and second, L. Frank Baum's … more
The idea for a Littleton/World War II exhibit started with the plan to display a collection of large black-and-white war photos circulated by the Associated Press, which were booked for the Littleton Museum. Museum director Tim Nimz and staff … more
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