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Stage lights turn on, catching newlyweds Frances and Peter Hunter in a passionate kiss as he gets ready to go to work at the bank, which is downstairs from their London apartment. It is early in the 1970s and the play is “No Sex Please, We're … more
Highlands Ranch photographer Farhad Vakilitabar opened an exhibit of his unique style of photography on July 1 at Alliance Francaise in the Denver Arts District, where it will remain until Aug. 27. He creates his images as double exposures on … more
Two organizations committed to the importance of arts in child development will co-sponsor an internationally famous guitarist in concert. “An Evening with Stephen Marchionda” is scheduled at 8 p.m. July 16 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 … more
The roar of powerful engines and the flash and boom of fireworks are all on the agenda at the Jet Car Nationals & Family festival July 2 at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison. “Bandimere Speedway has held a family celebration of Independence Day … more
The painter sits in an armchair on a drop cloth spattered with drops of dark paint like a negative impression of a night sky. He stares at the canvas standing 10 feet before him, alternately squinting and relaxing his eyes, searching for his vision … more
About me I'm a Littleton native. I was born and raised here and I graduated from Heritage High School. My job I'm a dentist and I'm part-owner of Old Town Dental in downtown Littleton. My dad, Robert Maloy, started the practice in 1964, so … more
An apparently unthinking and selfish action sabotaged Todd Wessels’ effort to break the Guinness world record for a 10-pin bowling marathon. Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Englewood donated the use of the lane and other support to Wessels’ … more
Over the years, the Arvada Center has showcased some of the most famous musicals in the Broadway canon — everything from “Camelot” and “Les Misérables” to “Tarzan” and “Death Takes A Holiday.” To celebrate its 40th anniversary, … more
As thelocally produced and grown food movement continues to gain traction in Colorado, bison rancher Neil Fischer wants to make it easier for residents to buy meat directly from ranchers. “We looked at the landscape of organically and … more
On May 20, 296 libraries throughout Colorado received a pair of backpacks, filled with a state parks pass hangtag, set of binoculars, a variety of outdoor Colorado guides, a state parks guide and list of activity ideas. Each pass allows free entry … more
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