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Germany and Austria hold numerous beautiful Christkindl markets, a tradition dating back, at least, to 1310 in Munich. At first, celebrations gathered around the churches, growing out of a farmers' market and phasing into works by craftsmen and … more
Freshly painted pale peach panels provide a pleasing background for the 58 works chosen by juror Tom Lundberg to be displayed in the 2014 Own an Original competition, running through Jan. 11 at the Littleton Museum. Open annually to Colorado … more
Holiday song and dance fill “Home for the Holidays,” which runs Dec. 18-24 this season at Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree. It will have some new characters and scripting and repeats of favorites from past years. (We picture … more
The set for “She Loves Me,” designed by talented Brian Mallgrave, immediately captures one's imagination upon entering the Arvada Center's theater — it almost resembles a rich European pastry, with frosted curlicues and closed crust that will … more
The disturbing details of the case were enough to leave an impression on anyone who followed the story of four boys removed from a neglectful home in Denver. That anyone could mistreat children in such a way reverberated with Tina Lewis. The … more
Cast members at BDT Stage in Boulder used voices, facial expressions and body language to amplify the happiness and sadness wrapped up in the familiar music and story that is “Fiddler on the Roof.” Wayne Kennedy met the challenge of … more
Ten years ago, shortly after attending this game, homecoming and giving thanks was on my mind. I stared at the photo of my buddies at the football game for the longest time without realizing what … more
While the art of collage can be traced back to ancient civilizations, it has been associated most strongly with 20th-century modernists, such as Braque and Picasso, and continues to interest today's artists nationally and internationally. The … more
For many families, especially households where dancers live and twirl, the music of Tchaikovsky's “The Nutcracker” means holidays are here. In the Denver metro area, young dancers learn to perform the classic ballet and their families enjoy … more
The Fine Arts Series at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton, will present the Chancel Choir and guest artists the Boulder Brass in “Songs of Angels” at 7 p.m. Dec. 7. The holiday service will open with carol singing … more
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