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Chuck Marohnic — nationally recognized teacher, educator, pianist, director, composer and arranger — spent considerable time meditating on the … more
Three related shows meld together flawlessly at the Denver Art Museum to give local art lovers a welcoming visit to Paris and its environs. Beloved … more
“99 Histories” by Korean dramatist Julia Cho follows a well-used and generally compelling design, one that draws in audience members of several … more
Platters, pitchers, plates, pots, mugs, casserole dishes, vases, bowls, butter dishes, goblets and more … It's time for the annual Colorado Potters … more
A.R. Gurney's hit comedy “Sylvia” takes us to the New York apartment of empty-nesters Greg and Kate after Greg brings home a stray dog he has … more
Eighty paintings by Colorado's fine artists fill the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College, in the annual “This is Colorado” … more
Voltaire's world “Light” by Jean-Claude van Itallie is a play about Voltaire and the Age of Reason, performed in environmental style in the … more
Ceramic art is an ancient craft, dating back to B.C. days, but it is still a satisfying outlet for creative people and contemporary pottery is a … more
The extraordinary 16-year-old Pakistani student, Malala Yousafzai, has captured the imagination of millions worldwide, after an assassination attempt … more
Pierre Wolfe, Denver area chef and media personality for more than half a century (including an early Littleton stint), will share memories and … more
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