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The new Lone Tree Library took a break from construction Jan. 15 to show off its progress to the public. Jon Clark, Fransen Pittman's superintendent in charge of construction, hosted a barbecue lunch for the workers and visitors. The new branch … more
Yurik Resetnikov and his family didn’t know anyone when they arrived at Craig Hospital from Hawaii in early November. But that changed immediately. “The first hour we got to Craig blew my mind,” said Resetnikov,40, a firefighter now in a … more
When one enters the Aurora Fox Studio Theater, one is immediately charmed by a stairstepped floor and wall filled with exotic fabrics, silky brocaded cushions, Oriental rugs, lengths of fabric draped and hung. Charles Dean Packard, executive … more
The Chalet Dancers, based in Castle Rock, will present the next program in the Highlands Ranch Winter Cultural Series: “A Tour of Europe.” The semi-professional troupe works with professional teachers to learn the ethnic dances, with this … more
Six advanced theater students at ThunderRidge High School will be directing works they have adapted on Jan. 21-23, after weeks of rehearsals. “We will do four each night, so each of them will play twice,” said publicist/playwright/Thespian Holly … more
Widely varied art by the 16 new members of Littleton Fine Arts Guild fills the cozy red Depot Art Gallery in Littleton. The gallery, housed in a historic 1881 Santa Fe Railroad depot that once was at the center of Littleton commerce, is located just … more
“Winter Carnival — Revisiting Saint-Saens' `Carnival of the Animals'” will be a multidisciplinary concert for music lovers of all ages. The Colorado Chamber Orchestra, which is now the Arvada Center's Orchestra in Residence, will perform at 2 … more
“Thinking Inside the Box, Again” is the title for sculptor Mark Friday's two-day workshop, Feb. 19 and 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the new Blackridge Artists' School, 3001 S. Acoma St. in Englewood. The box has long been used by artists to create … more
“I wanted to turn convention on its head and tell a story of a character who could definitely be a villain, but definitely isn't. Basically a dark story rooted in hope rather than the apocalypse … It's dark, it's intense, it's grim, but the … more
Julian Lujan, who attended ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, died after accidentally falling from a cliff last June soon after graduating from Colorado State University. His older sister, Christina, used social media to spread word of … more
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