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“In the orchestra I was conducting, I decided in order to be heard, to use only trumpets, cymbals and drums, which in this sphere of work, meant tubes of paint: vermilions, chromes, greens and Prussian blue to say what I want to say …,” … more
“RFK — A Portrait of Robert Kennedy,” which was a major hit at Aurora's Vintage Theatre last season, is remounted at Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St. in downtown Littleton, through Oct. 26. It features a tour-de-force performance by the … more
Children being treated for cancer and blood disorders at Children's Hospital have been thinking about the holiday season since at least July. But it's not only the kids who look forward to the Holiday Card Project. At about this time every year, … more
“Each of the 10 songs on my most recent release looks at the intersection of the physical world and the world of the spirit,” according to Suzanne Vega, who has started her own production company, Amanuensis Productions, for her latest studio … more
Halloween is coming soon, and the roster of events tied to the holiday goes on and on. Here are some: ● Pumpkin Poles: Downtown Littleton businesses have collaborated again on a series of imaginative Pumpkin Poles along Main Street. Plan a slow … more
Karen Hart watched in awe as, one by one, the women launched telephone poles end over end. Regardless of how the toss landed, each thrower was showered with hugs and cheers from her competitors. “It was like a sorority,” Hart said. “It … more
Thanks to Douglas County-based Project ReCycle, more than 4,500 children are riding bicycles they otherwise could not afford. Nonprofit director AJ Stapleton hopes the program brings some joy into the lives of those struggling with economic … more
There are some stories that are too sad to report. This is one of them. Randy Weeks, age 59, president of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and executive director of its Broadway touring division, died Oct. 9. more
At Cherry Creek Theatre's production of “Over the River and Through the Trees” by Joe Di Pietro, the audience sits around the edges of Aida's and Frank's living/dining room in Hoboken, N.J. It's hard to resist entering into the conversation at … more
It didn’t have anything to do with Second Amendment rights, self-protection, violence, or even the possibility of violence — but when I was little, just about everyone in my Colorado hometown … more
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