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Casa Bonita, the 41-year-old Lakewood institution known more for its “eatertainment” than its food, has been awarded landmark status by the Lakewood Historical Society. But neither Casa Bonita’s food nor its pop culture icon status earned … more
Some of the white marble markers still tell the story, though not as audibly and obviously, as they first did in 1911. U.P.T. routed out in relief on the flat slabs. Originally, there were 15 of them … more
The Upper Monument Creek (UMC) landscape, which has experienced increasingly severe and costly impacts from wildfire, including the record-setting 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that burned across the … more
More than 500 pairs of eyes scanned the ground as the final seconds counted down to begin the March 26 Englewood Egg Scramble. Volunteers spread the hunting areas at Miller Field with a huge assortment of plastic eggs, candy toys and other … more
Visitors to the Littleton Museum on March 28 had an “udderly” good time during the “Bovines are Divine” event, which showcased homemade cheese treats and the oxen team of Fitz and Ford. Kids got to work the 1890s “state of the art” cream … more
Maurice “Stringy” Ervin has won numerous awards for being a swimming coach extraordinaire at Littleton High School, where he spent 46 years until retiring in 2014. But now, the 72-year-old Littleton native can add one more accolade that's not … more
“Harm's Way” by Marilyn Kriegel is playing in a world premiere at the Aurora Fox Studio Theater through April 5, while workshop productions of four new plays written by women are also playing there at various times. The Athena Project Arts … more
Richard Hannay is running for his life across the top of a moving train as lights go up and is in pretty constant motion as “The 39 Steps” plays out. Originally a big, serious black-and-white Alfred Hitchcock classic film in 1935, the version … more
Theodore Dubois (1837-1924) was an important organist, composer and teacher in a period in Paris where the arts were especially important. He directed the Paris Conservatory from 1896 to 1905 and was a contemporary of Faure, Gounod and … more
The Lone Tree Arts Center Guild will feature “An Evening with Pat Craig” in the Mainstage theater at Lone Tree Arts Center from 7 to 9 p.m. April 16. The event is a fundraiser for both The Wild Animal Sanctuary (headed by Craig) and the … more
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