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When Denver Art Museum's Gates Foundation curator of painting and sculpture, Timothy Standring, was a graduate student, he became fascinated with Italian painter/draftsman Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione — an interest that led to his doctoral … more
Brilliant chef Justin Brunson, the culinary brains behind Masterpiece Deli and Old Major, has come up with a new hybrid restaurant called Honor Society Handcrafted Eatery, which is slated to open … more
The 2015 Parade of Homes runs Aug. 13 through Sept. 7 with new homes throughout the Denver metro area — Windsor to Castle Rock, Arvada to Aurora, sponsored by the Home Builders Association. Admission is free. Homes are open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. … more
Comedy, drama, farce — we were able to see three very different plays last week, two of them solid, professional and spellbinding and the third a bit less so. I can recall when theaters were all pretty much dark in summer here — what a change … more
The Golden History Museums’ ongoing exhibit, Show & Tell: Highlights From the Collection, is featuring more than 80 objects and photographs from the museum’s 15,000-piece collection. The exhibit is permanent, said communications coordinator … more
The audience at the Jefferson County Fair’s “An Evening of Horses” performance witnessed a variety of horse breeds and riding styles. The horse show featured performances by the Jefferson County Westernaires, Pikes Peak Rangerettes, the … more
Since 1990, the Westminster Faire, now called Westy Fest, has entertained and educated residents of Westminster and surrounding communities. With the help of many volunteers and local businesses the Westy Fest has evolved into one of the largest … more
In 2013, gravel mining on 500 acres of west Arvada’s Pioneer gravel site ended, prompting the reclamation of the land, addition of a second reservoir and study of its future uses. The Pioneer gravel mining location is part of a larger 1,700-acre … more
At the Jefferson Unitarian Church in Wheat Ridge, a church founded in 1959 and growing ever since, stickers near every entrance say “All are safe here.” This simple phrase, perhaps, best sums up Unitarianism, which is based around the idea of … more
Aug. 15 will mark 80 years since Will Rogers, world-famous humorist, died in a plane crash in Alaska. But his memory lives on. In 1879, Will Rogers, who was part Cherokee Indian, was born Oologah, Indian Territory (now part of Oklahoma). Young … more
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