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Off the coast of west Africa, doctors and nurses are making a difference. Aboard the Africa Mercy, part of the organization Mercy Ships, volunteer doctors and nurses perform surgeries on patients who cannot afford health care. And they do it all for … more
From July 14 to 19, a group of local children will visit a pair of worlds that live in the imagination. First will be the engaging world of live theater, where they participate as actors — or perhaps technical crew — and second, L. Frank Baum's … more
The idea for a Littleton/World War II exhibit started with the plan to display a collection of large black-and-white war photos circulated by the Associated Press, which were booked for the Littleton Museum. Museum director Tim Nimz and staff … more
The go-kart craze is gaining some traction, and the south metro area is going along for the ride. K1 Speed is getting ready to wave the green flag on a new Highlands Ranch location, expected to open the third week of July at 8034 Midway Drive. … more
A place to park and a spot to spread a blanket became hard to find in Cornerstone and Belleview parks, as is traditionally the case, when people gathered for the Family Fun and Fireworks event July 4. The event resembled past years with a variety … more
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
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