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The “Medea” set by Justin Lane at the Edge Theater in Lakewood suggests a classical Greek temple in Corinth, with platform, painted backdrop with black, gray and white columns plus large actual columns fashioned from hardware cloth. It provides … more
When most people think about Colorado music, John Denver is the first name that comes to mind. That’s understandable, especially since his last name is literally the state capital and “Rocky Mountain High” is the state’s co-official song … more
Three puppies from the Dumb Friends League were drafted to star in Puppy Bowl XII to complete Animal Planet's roster of adoptable players. The Dumb Friends League is among 44 shelters and rescue groups representing 25 states across the U.S. and … more
On your mark, get set, Braille! That was a challenge accepted by dozens of blind and visually impaired students from throughout the metro area who visited Littleton's Colorado Center for the Blind on Jan. 28. They were there to compete for one of … more
With so much brew-haha going on, craft beer has definitely stolen the spotlight from other adult beverages of late. But believe it or not, there are people in the universe who simply don’t like beer. “I just really don’t like the taste … more
Jack Stevens, a resident of Wind Crest retirement community in Highlands Ranch, has been interested in woodcarving for many years and has sculpted in the round, whittled, created other large bas-reliefs like his “Running Horses” and done … more
Aspiring Colorado opera singers travel a long road to professional accomplishments and the glamorous life one might picture for the stars: individual training plus study in the music department at a university, summer festivals and musicals, travel … more
The U.S. Air Force Academy’s Falconaires big band will perform at 7 p.m. on Feb. 5 at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. This jazz ensemble is more than 30 years old and consists of 18 full-time jazz musicians. They … more
Two February concerts will showcase and support elementary music instruction in Douglas County. The first one is set for Feb. 5, when the Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation will partner with the Colorado Chamber Orchestra to present music … more
Snow is blowing outside the windows of an inviting, book-filled living room in a northern Michigan B&B — complete with trophy deer head above the fireplace and cushy sofas, as “Sex With Strangers” gets underway at Curious Theatre … more
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