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New Orleans-style jazz pianist Henry Butler is a legendary musician who plays blues, boogie, classical, Caribbean, pop and R&B, plus some of his own compositions. And he can sing! Butler will perform on Feb. 18 in the Waring Theatre at Arapahoe … more
Entomologist Mike Weissmann's talk, “There's No Sex Like Insects,” is billed tongue-in-cheek as a Valentine's season event. But it's actually a sometimes-explicit look at fascinating and bizarre arthropod behavior — and is meant for an adult … more
Allow extra time to visit the large, impressive “Art of the State” exhibit in three galleries, more than 10,000 square feet, at the Arvada Center through March 27. Arvada Center curator Colin Parson said there were 1,434 entries by 511 … more
Swedish Medical Center began asking about 2,900 former patients to agree to free testing for the blood-borne diseases HIV-AIDS, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, after the hospital allegedly discovered a surgical technologist trying to switch a syringe … more
My background I’ve worked at Ned Kelly’s Irish Pub for about a month. I love it, it’s my favorite job I’ve ever had. I’ve lived in Morrison for about a year. Before that, I lived out by Kipling and C-470. I kind of hopped between … more
Taylor Hunter, 20, returned to Parker in December after an 18-month mission trip to the western part of upstate New York, where she shoveled sidewalks, participated in service projects and spread the word of the Mormon faith. She knocked on doors … 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
Brooke Higgins, one of two 16-year-olds charged as an adult with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder following an alleged threat against Mountain Vista High School, appeared in court on Thursday with a new lawyer. Dagny Van Der Jagt has been … more
Things have changed since Doug Clark last served on Littleton City Council, and he's none too happy about it. Clark gave up his seat in 2011 to pursue a run for Arapahoe County Commissioner, losing in the primary to fellow Republican Nancy Doty. … more
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