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Memories of yesteryear and a touch of today highlighted the sun-splashed Oct. 4 Schweiger Ranch Fall Festival. There were wagon rides, a pumpkin patch, apple picking, a simulated cave through which children could crawl, Lego classes, crafts, a … more
With the fictional characters of Mish and Tish, created by local author and illustrator Marianne Pyka, children have the creative freedom to go from imaginers to readers to writers to authors. “It starts with the fun of the book,” said Ingrid … more
As lights go up on Sully’s Bar in Greenwich Village, circa 1960s, one can immediately sense a warm, worn, brick-and-wood, well-used, slightly musty place that is a home away from home for a number of locals, especially artists. “Dylan Went … more
Whales, the world’s mightiest animals, date back more than 50 million years and are the subject of legends, films and travel. These giants intrigue people of all ages who love to explore aspects of the underwater world. Living in a landlocked … more
The Arvada Center is presenting Creede Repertory Theatre’s summer production of “The Last Romance” by Joe Di Pietro, an expert with romantic comedy. Di Pietro is a New Jersey native and sets this charming story in Hoboken, across from New York … more
It seems that Halloween grows in popularity each year, with events ranging from pumpkin-carving and trick-or-treating for little ones to zombie crawls and theatrical thrillers for adults. Many events reward costumed attendees. A small sample of … more
If the cooking community speaks a universal language, Jenny Hartin is undoubtedly fluent. A few years ago, she was a paralegal working in Manhattan. Now a stay-at-home mom in Parker, she presides over a domain of devoted cooks from every corner … more
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On Sept. 25, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District board of directors approved distribution of nearly $6.5 million to 238 scientific and cultural organizations that qualified for Tier III grants. Funds will be distributed in public … more
When Henri Matisse and his contemporaries exhibited their expressive paintings, with looser brushwork and bold colors, many French art critics were horrified and called the artists “les fauves,” the beasts. Now, they are among the best-loved … more
“Nature as Subject” will bring the beauty of the outdoors into the Lone Tree Arts Center’s galleries through Nov. 13, according to curator Sally Perisho, who said “the exhibition represents the complexity of nature as interpreted through the … more
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