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Three experienced painters interpret the West in miniature for the November/December art exhibit in Town Hall's Stanton Gallery. “Landscapes in Miniature” runs Nov. 12 through Jan. 13, 2016, with an artists' reception, open to the public, … more
Lone Tree Arts Center is the venue for the Denver Concert Band's holiday concert — the group's most popular concert of the year. It will be called “Holiday Dreams” and will be held at 2 p.m. Nov. 21 at the LTAC, 10075 Commons St., Lone … more
Amber Wann was an up-and-coming pack burro racer until an accident in 2013 left her with back surgery and three months of bed rest. During that time, her son, Benjamin, started showing signs of his epilepsy. He was having seizures once a … more
A new book’s publishing date is Nov. 17 and the whole title is: “Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations,” which may impart a bit of the flavor. Where else will you find a pie … more
“Passion, love, sexual awakening, religion and the darkness of the human psyche” enter into critics’ discussions of Peter Shaffer’s Tony Award-winning play “Equus.” It plays at The Avenue Theater in Denver through Nov. 21 in a strongly … more
“Signature” is an exhibit running through November at Elements 5280 Gallery, 5940 S. Holly Street, Greenwood Village. It will feature works by Buffalo Kaplinski, who lives in Douglas County; Colorado native Don Hamilton; Michigan colored pencil … more
Denver's own songstress, Lannie Garrett, returns with her popular Gypsy jazz show, Under Paris Skies, beginning at 8 p.m. Nov. 7 and continuing every Saturday through Nov. 28 at Lannie's … more
An old homestead rests in the backcountry of Highlands Ranch. Rhyolite rocks line its base. Its rich wood is cracked and split, its windows gone. Its skeleton has been worn down over the years. But the decaying home means a lot to Norma Grigs, … more
In January 2013, two young men bumped into each other in a doorway at a Houston college, sparking a confrontation that ended when one fired at least 10 shots, wounding two students and a maintenance worker. A year later, at a Tennessee high … more
I am by definition a barista at Starbucks. I live in Centennial and commute to Highlands Ranch. I work here because it fits my schedule — I officiate women's lacrosse in the afternoons. It also provides me with benefits. I like to hike and … more
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