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Every storyteller knows about the rule of three. Beginning, middle, and end. Tension, build up, and release. Omne trium perfectum (Latin for ‘every set of three is complete’). I have early … more
Evergreen couple Kristen Moeller and David Cottrell and their two dogs were already living in a 1,200-square-foot tight space when their home burned to the ground, a casualty of the Lower North Fork Fire. more
The Depot Art Gallery advertised its annual All Colorado Show to Colorado artists through CAfé (Call for Entries) this year and had an enthusiastic response: There were 348 entries, of which the show could only accept 70, so juror Joanne Burney had … more
Drummer/ bandleader Paa Kow (pah ko) was born in Ghana into a family where his mother and uncle were professional musicians. They would haul a generator to the next village, which like his, had no electricity, and play a concert. When he was 7 years … more
“Last year, I sold a piece originally priced at $795 for $100,” Littleton photographer Andy Marquez said of the Affordable Art Festival at Arapahoe Community College. “The customer was extremely happy.” Marquez will be in Booth 42 when the … more
In the Monet Pool at Denver Botanic Gardens, water lilies, lotuses and other aquatic plants are at their peak — and are enhanced by Dale Chihuly's glass sculptural works floating next to them. On Aug. 15, the annual Water Blossom Festival is … more
Bob Hoffman delighted in showing off the spiny undersides of exotic Victoria lilies, as well as in growing, planting and nurturing an impressive collection of lilies, lotuses, cannas, papyruses and many other plant varieties that thrive with wet … more
Well-known Denver painter Jackie McFarland was juror for the Roxborough Arts Council's “Summer in the Arts” exhibit, on display in the lower level of Bemis Library through August. The artworks are, in general, representational and sunny, summery … more
Twin sisters brought the Three Stooges to the Douglas County Fair this year. Sydney and Taylor Buckley, 18, of Franktown, showed three steers, which they named Larry, Moe and Curly, at the Douglas County Jr. Livestock Sale on Aug. 8. Curly, … more
There is a saying chefs often use that goes, “We can take a sow’s ear and turn it into a silk purse.” “We’re craftsmen,” Certified Master Chef Bill Franklin said. “We know how to take the ingredients and work them into something … more
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