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Denver's Euclid Hall, in Larimer Square, has been praised for its food, mainly because of James Beard Award-nominated chef Jorel Pierce and co-owner Jennifer Jasinski, a "Top Chef Masters" finalist. Add one of America's best beer bars to the accolades, courtesy of Travel + Leisure magazine. more
With plastic eggs abound, kids scrambled to Northridge Park to find what prizes were hiding inside at the HRCA’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 19. more
Kirkland Museum has opened its new “Colorado Art Survey” Number IX, as it continues to showcase its extensive collection of Colorado artworks, by more than 500 artists, dating from the 1870s to the 2000s in a timeline from realism to pure … more
Artist Betsy Duzan writes about her exhibit, “Crossings,” in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall Arts Center: “My recent work features vast skies and figures on bridges and paths. The powerful skies and bridges evoke a sense of dominance over the … more
The Colorado Potters Guild, at 50 years old, is the oldest artists' cooperative in Colorado. With a studio located in an old creamery at 1541 S. Pearl St. in Denver, members work long hours on site and at home, creating functional and decorative … more
In April, the Littleton Museum's very special Navajo-Churro sheep are sheared, and it's the occasion for an annual Fiber Festival. The hardy historic breed is the kind of sheep Littleton's early residents would have raised on their farms — with … more
She has been publishing books for children for 23 years — 17 “Night Before …” titles and others such as “How to Raise a Dinosaur.” Author Natasha Wing lives in Fort Collins and works year-round writing books for children, visiting … more
It's time for the annual StarFest convention, and fans can expect what's said to be the largest Star Wars Day celebration in the nation. Actually, it's a full weekend with Light Saber Pinata Bashes, JarJar Binks Dunk Tank, Yoda Sound-Alike … more
It takes place in medieval England and here — A.D. 932 and now. Many in the opening night audience knew almost every move in the Aurora Fox staging of “Monty Python's Spamalot” — singing along on “Always Look on the Bright Side of … more
In April, the Littleton Museum's very special Navajo-Churro sheep are sheared, and it's the occasion for an annual Fiber Festival. The hardy historic breed is the kind of sheep Littleton's early residents would have raised on their farms — with … more
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