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Daniel L. Ritchie, the "godfather" of Denver theater, has announced his retirement as chief executive officer of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Ritchie will continue to serve as chairman of the board of trustees following his retirement as CEO. more
The connection started with Jena Dickey's chance meeting, at the Boulder Creek Festival in Boulder, with Tamdin Wangdu, who heads the Tibetan Village Project in Westminster. He was planning to host three Tibetan monks who were to travel in the … more
When we visited Hudson Gardens and Event Center several weeks ago, it was poised to start a busy summer: The concert stage was in place, ready for the series of Sunday evening concerts that draw fans from across the metro area. The two garden … more
Author Marilyn Bay Wentz said she was honored that her novel about Colorado history, “Prairie Grace,” was selected by Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book as one of three finalists for Colorado Book Award in the historical fiction … more
Highlands Ranch Concert Band's Swing Shift, a big band offshoot, will play a free concert at 6:30 p.m. June 28 at Civic Green Park, 9370 Ridgeline Blvd. in Highlands Ranch. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic and a blanket to the park. The … more
Edge Theater offers the second of a pair of plays about randy older women with its production of a classic example: “The Graduate,” adapted by well-known, award-winning British playwright Terry Johnson from the screenplay by Calder Willingham … more
Following the recent flurry of coverage about California Chrome and his try for a win at Belmont and the Triple Crown, readers may be interested in a new independent film, “50 to 1,” about another tough little Kentucky Derby winner named Mine … more
Following a wild spate of hail, vendors scrambled to set up their wares on streets littered with downed branches. But the storm ended around 4 p.m., leaving them plenty of time for the Littleton Block Party's 6 p.m. starting time on June 14. “I'm … more
Some things don't need changing, says Jim Biner. Biner has lived in Colorado his whole life. He's been married to his high-school sweetheart, Dottie, for 55 years, and he's had a job at Ralph Schomp Automotive for 38. And for the last 29 of … more
Artists from around the country came to Castle Pines to show their work and help raise money for Denver-based Firefly Autism this past weekend. The Village at Castle Pines Fine Art Show featured pieces for 25 different artists, kicking off with a … more
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