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In addition to technical skills, and imagination, a sense of humor comes into play with artwork displayed at the Depot Art Gallery's latest show: “Art Unhinged.” Littleton Fine Arts Guild members were asked to present rare techniques and … more
“My mixed media installations and drawings recontextualize simplified shapes, signs and symbols from disparate historical and contemporary imagery to create abstract fictions,” says artist Liz Miller. “Recent projects pit Baroque and Gothic … more
Hugely successful young author Veronica Roth, whose “Divergent” trilogy has sold more than 22 million copies and inspired a new popular film by the same name, will appear to meet fans at the Tattered Cover/Highlands Ranch at 7 p.m. July … more
On June 13, Colorado Humanities and Center for the Book announced winners of awards in 16 categories, selected after five months of judging of the 177 titles originally submitted. The awards ceremony was held at the historic Hotel Jerome in … more
The South Suburban Public Art Committee welcomed its most recent commissioned acquisition, “Plash,” on June 27 at Little's Creek Park, near the intersection of Broadway and Sterne Parkway. Committee chair Joyce Volpe introduced other … more
Coloradans are familiar with the impressive sports career of Jeremy Bloom, the three-time world champion skier, two-time Olympian, 11-time World Cup gold medalist and member of the United States Skiing Hall of Fame. And when he wasn't tearing up the slopes, Bloom was burning up the gridiron as a CU Buff and briefly as an NFL player. more
Most people would run away fast and far if they heard former pro wrestler “Stone Cold” Steve Austin stand up and shout, “I love the smell of combat in the morning!” Not so Alysha White. “Steve Austin is the man,” said the … more
Princes and paupers came from across the state over the weekend to enjoy the atmosphere at the Colorado Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace in Larkspur. The festival, now in its 39th year, boasts 10 stages, performing 60 shows … more
A competitive swimmer from ages 5 to 18, Suzy Cotton-Tatnall took a 30-year break from the sport, which only ended when she “had a meltdown” in 2007. “My father died, my daughter went to college, and I became very unhealthy,” she said. … more
Mark Hayes, composer of the 2011 choral/orchestral work “The American Spirit,” will perform on the piano and conduct a mass choir in the Colorado premiere of his work at 3 p.m. June 29 at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 9203 S. University … more
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