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Let’s talk spam. Not the “Spiced Ham” of canned Spam fame on supermarket shelves, but the annoying, irritating, sometimes-amusing-and-often-frustrating varieties of spam in our email boxes. Usually, these emails go to a spam or junk email … more
If the mark of a good con artist is that he or she makes you think you know exactly what's going on — when of course you haven't a clue — that's also the mark of a good con-artist movie, isn't it? To make you feel like you totally get what's … more
What do you want? What do you do for a living? What now? So many of the questions that people get asked daily begin with "what" that the "who" of the person gets lost. Who are you? Who do you love? Who loves you? These are the … more
“Alan Lomax was a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian and filmmaker,” wrote his daughter, Anna Lomax Wood. He collected songs in the Mississippi Delta, Appalachia, oil fields, the … more
Five Colorado entries for the 2015 James Beard Restaurant and Chef Awards have been named semifinalists in the coveted contest. They are: • Outstanding Pastry Chef —. She has been nominated several times but never won. The Beard Foundation … more
The Brothers Grimm have been inspiring artists since the 19th century, and each artist brings their own perspective to their version of Grimm’s classic tales. When Rory Pierce, leader of the children’s theater at Heritage Square for nearly 25 … more
During prohibition in the ‘20s and early ‘30s, it was often referred to as “the Loophole.” Section 6 and 7 of the Volstead Act, provided a way to legally purchase and sell Whiskey at a … more
One of the best things about art is its openness — anyone who feels compelled to create can take up a pencil, a brush or a chisel and make something the world has never seen before. For sixth-grade Northglenn resident Max Boyer, the urge to draw … more
Instead of its usual First Friday opening, the Museo de Las Americas in the Santa Fe Arts District staged a “protest” Feb. 12 at its entrance, paying homage to the Brown Berets involved in the 1960s-70s Chicano Movement in Colorado, California, … more
Three works will fill the stage at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House from Feb. 20 through March 1, accompanied by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Artistic Director Gil Boggs said: “The first time we performed a Ballet Masterworks production in … more
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