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A bevy of outdoor ways to start the summer

Memorial Day weekend provides a bounty of options for those looking to spend time outside. There’s something for all ages and interests, but one thing they all have in common is they get … more

Video games inspire sculptor with works at Denver Botanic Gardens

Sculptor Mike Whiting brings his memories of vintage 1980s video games (Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, etc.) into another realm as a visitor finds his oversized images amidst the flowers, trees and shrubs … more

Denver Comic Con survival guide

For first-timers or the uninitiated in the world of comic conventions, Denver’s annual Comic Con can be an intimidating experience. The sprawling event, which is June 15-17 this year, brings upward … more

Morsels galore at Food Truck Carnival

Northglenn’s third annual Food Truck Carnival kicked off to a sunny start May 11 in the area surrounding the city’s Community Center, with steady crowds showing up to sample the fare at more than … more

Denver Pops Orchestra seeks musicians for next season

Denver Pops Orchestra is looking for musicians for the 2018-19 season. Vacancies include concertmaster (paid position), tuba, French horn, bass clarinet, percussion and section strings. Musicians who … more

Breweries bring A-game to summer season

For many in Colorado, summer often means cold drinks in the outdoors. With more than 300 breweries in throughout the state — to say nothing of distilleries, cideries and wineries — the state is a … more

Author shares methods with readers in ballroom gathering

As 7 p.m. neared on April 26, the ballroom at Embassy Suites DTC filled with readers, eager to learn about local author Cynthia Swanson, her new book, “The Glass Forest,” her writing life and her … more

Meals on wheels: Some of the food truck fare at Northglenn’s carnival

Chuey Fu’s: Latin/Asian inspired offerings Joseph Knonlich really just wanted to stop working for someone else and start doing his own thing. So, he combined two of his favorite cuisines to bring a … more

Shopping while you eat

If you think food trucks are a new trend, Electric Dream Boutique owner Adrienne Scott-Trask said she might be even more cutting edge. Her bright-pink truck is one of new retail trucks that will be … more

Bring your appetite - it's the third annual Food Truck Carnival

It’s only taken three years to turn Northglenn into the most diverse dining district in the Denver Metro area for one weekend, the third annual Food Truck Carnival. “The first year we did this, … more

An old warrior takes to the sky again

On May 5 and 6, a Flying Fortress will be soaring through the skies above Colorado. Its name is the Madras Maiden and it’s a 1944 Boeing B-17 — a World War II bomber plane that can tell a story … more

Spending the summer with national, local musicians

Lakewood resident Tim Litherland and his wife love spending their summer evenings under the stars at Lakewood’s Heritage Center, sipping on a libation and listening to live music under the stars. … more

Northglenn prepares for 17th annual public art parade

For the folks at Northglenn’s Arts and Humanities Foundation, the annual Arts on Parade program is more than a way to get people out to see the city’s public sculptures. Cultural Programs … more

Butterfly Pavilion opens naming contest for octopus

The newest invertebrate at Butterfly Pavilion needs a name. The Westminster-based zoo is asking visitors to submit a name for its Octopus vulgaris, better known as the common octopus, through April … more

Diverse lineup set for Summer at the Center concerts

Critically acclaimed and award-winning artists will perform as part of the Summer at the Center concert series at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. “This summer’s concert lineup is … more

Silent films speak volumes

The vast majority of the films that will be shown in the seventh annual Denver Silent Film Festival are 90 years old, at the youngest. But Howie Movshovitz, director of the festival, adamantly argues … more

Spring brings musical masterpiece

Who can say what goes into the creative process? There’s no way to map the path from muse to inspiration to trial and error and finally the finished work. Yet that’s just what Steven Sondheim … more

Wonderbound comes through with another offbeat creation

Wonderbound Ballet’s newest production, “Madness, Rack and Honey,” comes at an especially appropriate time: April is National Poetry Month! Inspired by poetry as well as familiar classical … more

Radio players resurrect ‘Henry Aldrich’

A local troupe will resurrect an old radio play for a Westminster audience, retelling the classic story of a guy, his best friend and a night when everything goes wrong. The Advent Radio Players will … more

'39 Steps' offers a truly, silly and well-played journey

Actors who engage for a run of “39 Steps” really earn their wages. The fast-moving spoof of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film was adapted from John Buchan’s novel by Patrick Barlow. Directed … more
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