Keyword: littleton colorado
96 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Two galleries display colorful works of art

“Unorthodox Art” is the title of the exhibit that will run in the Stanton Gallery at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center while “Sister Act” is filling the stage in the theater from May 17 to … more

Opera guild announces winners in competition

Baritone Matthew Peterson won first place in the March 30 Denver Lyric Opera Guild competition for young singers on a professional career track. He was one of 15 chosen from an initial field of … more

LPS school board digs into group's concerns

The school board won't seek the firing of Arapahoe High School Natalie Pramenko, but it is interested in taking a deeper dive into concerns spurred by a largely anonymous coalition alleging a toxic … more

Pastels on parade at art center through June

The Mile High National Pastel Exhibition opens May 11 at the Curtis Center for the Arts, 2349 E. Orchard Road (just west of University Boulevard in Greenwood Village) and runs through June 29 during … more

ACC professor pulls man from wreck in mountains

From the moment he watched the van careen over the cliff, Elijah Dicks didn’t have time to stop and think. Dicks, a history professor at Arapahoe Community College, was driving down Highway 285 … more

Spring is in bloom in Littleton

Littleton’s famed Crabapple Route was in full spring splendor the first week of May. More than 7,000 flowering crabapple trees line the roughly 7-mile route through the heart of town, filling the … more

City council gearing up for change this fall

Four seats are up for grabs on Littleton’s seven-member city council this November, and two councilmembers already know they’ll be asking to keep their positions. It’s still six months until … more

New pizza place in Littleton sports big-time pies

More than 2 feet across and weighing as much as a bowling ball, the Beast is a formidable pizza. Any pair of gastronauts who can tackle the monstrous mega-pie in 45 minutes or less gets their $45 … more

Symphony hosts guest conductor from Germany

The Littleton Symphony, under the direction of Jurgen de Lemos, is making a special point of featuring its musicians and closes this season with “Music from Far Eastern Europe.” Returning to … more

Photographers share intriguing works in show

During each annual Eye of the Camera Exhibit at the Littleton Museum, the juror names two prints — one color and one black and white — as “Best of Show.” The photographers who entered them … more

Bringing the cosmos indoors

Real astronomers don't let overcast skies spoil their fun. Jennifer Jones, the chair of Arapahoe Community College's astronomy department, hosts a series of "star parties" every semester, hauling the … more

Reynolds Landing to see river improvements

Tucked away behind Breckenridge Brewery along the South Platte River, Reynolds Landing is quietly becoming another jewel in the crown of public improvements along the once-neglected waterway, … more

Littleton council to rule on Melting Pot pergola proposal

Downtown Littleton's Melting Pot fondue restaurant needs to build permanent outdoor seating to stay afloat, its owners say, but a growing chorus of critics say those plans would ruin the view of a … more

Arapahoe High culture, leadership face scrutiny

Dozens of comments attributed to students, parents and teachers at Arapahoe High School allege the school has an image-driven culture that lionizes athletes and high achievers and leaves others to … more

Natural materials form art at Chatfield Farms

Sculptor Patrick Dougherty creates immersive sculptures from natural materials — saplings and branches — and for his upcoming reveal at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms, it’s likely … more

Arts center welcomes new chief

Sharan Wilson started in her new job as executive director of Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center on April 8 after the THAC board of directors found her to be best-qualified for the multi-faceted … more

Fear, loss of funds challenge Littleton immigrant center

Fear of interacting with federal immigration officials is scaring off immigrants eligible for citizenship from becoming Americans, leaders at the Littleton Immigrant Resource Center told U.S. Rep. … more

Littleton Business Chamber ready to flex political muscle

Not even two years since its founding, the Littleton Business Chamber is becoming a powerhouse in local commerce and politics, the group’s leaders say. The LBC “collaboratively fights for the … more

Two stages offer vastly different views

Spring has sprung and new stage productions abound in the metro area. • New this week: “The World Goes ‘Round” at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center is a revue of songs by American team John … more

Shear excitement coming at ‘Sheep to Shawl’ event

Baaaaa! Lambs will call out while mom gets a trim at Littleton Museum on May 18 in the annual “Sheep to Shawl” event that looks at wool: shearing, weaving, spinning, herding and more on the 1890s Farm at the Littleton Museum, 6024 S. Gallup St., Littleton. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.