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Raising the coffee bar

When Kyle Gammage is behind the bar at The Bluegrass Coffee and Bourbon in Olde Town Arvada, he sees three kinds regulars — those who come in for their morning coffee, those who come in for a happy … more

‘Seussical’ is whimsical musical delight on Littleton stage

The entire stage floor is painted in bright swishes of color, so one practically dances to one’s assigned seat at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center (scenic design by Michael Duran) to await the … more

Getting the season off to a bright, beautiful start

It’s always better to catch your favorite musicians at a concert in a small venue — the smaller the better. It provides a feeling of intimacy, of communing directly with the artist. One of the … more

Castle Pines venue to host photographer John Fielder

The Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation will again present an evening with Colorado nature photographer John Fielder, presenting a program about his latest book, “A Colorado Winter,” and providing copies of other Fielder titles for sale. … more

Get into the holiday spirit with music, food

Despite all the shoppers big box stores see on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving wasn’t all that special for Angelo Coiro, owner of Angelo’s CDs and More. But when Record Store Day started making exclusive releases on Black Friday, … more

Outlets at Castle Rock celebrates Santa's Big Day

Find all of Santa’s reindeer and celebrate the arrival of Jolly Old St. Nick at a family-friendly celebration Nov. 18 at the Outlets at Castle Rock. The morning begins at 8:30 with a pancake breakfast with Santa in the food court. Cost is $5 … more

Project Poultry helps needy in Honduras

Lanny York admits he quickly gained a lot of knowledge about chickens when he decided to found Project Poultry in February as a way to help improve the quality of life for poor families in Northern Honduras. “About all I knew about chickens was … more

Theatrical options for the holiday season

The holidays mean something different to everyone, but if there’s one thing that most can agree on, it is that they should be spent with the people who mean the most to us. And as far as activities go for the holidays, few are better than … more

Not just a man’s job

When Danell Kalcevic was in kindergarten, an assignment asked her to describe what she wanted to be when she grows up. “It sounds silly,” Kalcevic, 48, said, but what she put on the assignment was a farmer’s wife. Fast forward and … more

Harpist from Englewood returns to her hometown

Harpist Emily Levin will be returning home when she performs with violinist Yi Zhao and cellist Austin Fisher at 2 p.m. Nov. 18 at Hampden Hall, 1000 Englewood Parkway. Now she is principal harpist with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (the youngest … more

Going to great depths for a good time

Space, the final frontier. While that’s a frontier most of us won’t have the chance to explore, two-thirds of Earth has the next best thing — open water for scuba diving. “Just like in space travel, you get that same weightlessness and … more

Center offers fleece of mind

After raising and loving alpacas for almost 10 years and learning all about the warmth and beauty of items made from alpaca fleece, Kate Blackburn said it seemed natural to bring the Antelope Alpacas Fiber Arts Center to Main Street in … more

Starlighting festivities planned in Castle Rock

It's time again for the annual lighting of the star atop Castle Rock. This year's celebration features nonprofit booths, strolling entertainers, live entertainment, Santa visits and outdoor ice skating at Rink at the Rock. Starlighting … more

Highlands Ranch High students to perform with noted musician

When recording artist/composer and original member of the Trans-Siberian Express Mark Wood comes to Highlands Ranch High School on Nov. 10 with his Viper electric violin, the student musicians will be transformed into a rock orchestra for a day. … more

19th-century Paris saw brave women artists

“You had to go there!” said Suzanne Ramljak of the American Federation of Arts, which organized the show, “Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism,” now open through Jan. 14 at the Denver Art Museum. Impressionism was … more

Father-son duo share exhibit at Museum Outdoor Arts

“Art is making something that didn’t exist before,” artist Charles Parson says in a well-made video that plays continuously in the Sound Gallery at the Museum Outdoor Arts’ indoor gallery at Englewood Civic Center. The film’s an … more

Denver Arts Week gathers cultural highlights from metro area

On any day of the week, you can find a unique cultural event happening in Denver and its surrounding cities. But for one week a year, cultural organizations all over put their best foot forward during Denver Arts Week. “The whole concept is to … more

Kids these days with all this literature

Young adult fiction is one of the most diverse and vibrant areas of fiction, with stories, characters and perspectives that run the gamut from the fantastic and dystopian to the painfully realistic and political. And as an author of young adult … more

Turkey Trot benefits task force

Trot, stroll, run or walk at the 13th annual Turkey ROCK Trot 5K family event on Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 23, at the Douglas County Events Center, 500 Fairgrounds Drive, Castle Rock. Presented by Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, the “run to … more

Artist Homare Ikeda will offer workshop at Littleton Museum

The active Heritage Fine Arts Guild of Arapahoe County, which just opened its “This is Colorado” exhibit at Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, will next offer a two-day workshop with … more
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