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“The Nance,” a somewhat dark tale with solid cast, is at the Edge Theater in Lakewood through April 2. It is set in the 1930s and focuses on issues surrounding identity and human rights. The play that opened on Broadway in 2013 concerns a … more
Rusty old bikes don’t belong down on the curb, according Northglenn Community Reach Coordinator Jenni Murphy. She has a better idea; The Northglenn Bike Program, which takes all donated bikes, no matter the condition, and turns them into solid … more
After years of removing graffiti from the electrical box on the corner of Eppinger Boulevard and Washington Street, Thornton City decided to fight fire with fire. Or, rather, paint with paint. The city commissioned artist Jay Michael Jaramillo … more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
Directors from five Boulder and Jefferson County musical groups are wrestling with a pleasant logistical problem: how to arrange 180 musicians onstage for two performances of Johannes Brahms’ “German Requiem in March.” The 120-voice … more
Tucked between quiet rows of library book shelves, the race was on. Just a few days removed from the Daytona 500, a handful of teens and tweens weren’t gunning their engines, but revving up their minds for Wikipedia racing in The Studio at the … more
“Mi Tierra” has been three or four years in the making, according to Denver Art Museum Director Christoph Heinrich, inspired to an extent by the experience of “Embrace,” which challenged artists to design site-specific works as feedback in … more
About me We lived in Lakewood for thirty-seven years, and then we moved out here (to Thornton) thirteen years ago.Both of my daughters live out here, and I was taking care of my grandkids. We liked it out here; it was nice.So we sold out, and we … more
Quiz nights at Grist Brewing Co. in Highlands Ranch are high energy. The combination of a running club, a food truck and an average of eight to 10 teams racking their brains for the correct answers to trivia questions makes Wednesday nights at Grist … more
Each year on the Persian New Year, Westminster resident Nushin Farjadi recalls just what it’s like to touch history. When she was 11, her parents brought her to the Iranian city of Shiraz to celebrate the holiday, known as Noruz. Shiraz is … more
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