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When Henri Matisse and his contemporaries exhibited their expressive paintings, with looser brushwork and bold colors, many French art critics were horrified and called the artists “les fauves,” the beasts. Now, they are among the best-loved … more
“Nature as Subject” will bring the beauty of the outdoors into the Lone Tree Arts Center’s galleries through Nov. 13, according to curator Sally Perisho, who said “the exhibition represents the complexity of nature as interpreted through the … more
Suzanne Nepi of Highlands Ranch happily opened to sold-out audiences in the first weekend of “I Do! I Do!” at the Vintage Theatre in Aurora. She hopes lots of young people see it, since it hasn’t been done in the area recently. She shares … more
Additions to the ongoing Cindy Welch Collection — watercolors of local iconic landmarks — will be exhibited starting Oct. 10 at the QRstorytelling Gallery in Castle Rock. They will remain on permanent display, according to gallery director, … more
I am always thrilled to report on a former Rocky Mountain News colleague who found an employment path after the newspaper folded. more
Local leaf peepers experienced some of the best shows — so far to date— this past week in Teller County, but it is still possible, the best is yet to come. Color changes in Colorado’s … more
A drummer appears onstage as the “Once on This Island” cast enters and breaks into the opening number, “We Dance,” backed by a band hidden behind the backdrop at the Aurora Fox Theatre. Toes are immediately tapping to the beat of joyous … more
ThunderRidge Thespians start out their year with a French tale that has become part of our collective cultural baggage — Alexandre Dumas' swashbuckling “The Three Musketeers,” which plays Oct. 9-11 at 7 p.m. in the school's theater, directed … more
The new Ripple Effect Theatre Company, formed by Maggie Stillman and Brandon Palmer, has chosen the best-recognized example of the “Theatre of the Absurd” to inaugurate a new season. Skillfully directed and presented in the round at the … more
Readers may remember author Garth Stein for his “Running in the Rain” six years ago: a story told from the standpoint of a dog named Enzo, which has been translated into 35 languages and sold millions of copies. This master storyteller from … more
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