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In 2012, Jim Plunkett-Cole was at home in England with his dog, Alfredo, when he got an idea. “I was sitting on the sofa with Alf, as we do, watching the Olympics,” he said to a group of fifth-graders at Peabody Elementary School in … more
“You’ve read the story of Jesse James of how he lived and died. If you’re still in need of something to read, here’s the story of Bonnie and Clyde.” This is the opening verse of a long poem written by Bonnie Parker, which … more
Chrystal Huskey had a vision for an unconventional bridal show. Rather than a traditional show, where guests pay money to scout an assortment of wedding vendors, she brainstormed a celebration where guests enjoyed food and drinks while mingling with … more
A Celtic yarn “The Lass Who Went Out With the Cry of Dawn: A Celtic Tale” will play March 4 to April 2 at the BiTSY Stage, 1137 Huron St., Denver, This is the fifth adaptation of international folk tales by the BiTSY Stage and is appropriate … more
MyFitnessPal The health and wellness app lets a user customize a profile with information including gender, age, weight and weight-loss goals. The app has everything one needs for a healthy lifestyle, including a food and water log, calorie … more
The national tour starts soon, and first, creator/producer Justin Boros, of Castle Rock, will be in Florida, tweaking the light and sound for “Rhythm in the Night: The Irish Dance Spectacular.” Then the cast of 22 (20 dancers and two violinists) … more
The model of the Denver Art Museum’s North Building by Gio Ponti and James Sudler Associates is dated 1966, and the renowned modernist building, opened after construction in 1971, will be “revitalized,” according to museum releases — to … more
A lot of ingredients are required to distill good, quality spirits. But one requirement is at the root of them all — passion. “I went to Kentucky and Tennessee to learn from the distillers there,” said Mitch Abate, distiller at Downslope … more
One enters the smaller theater at Vintage past the dark, snowy porch of a woodsy cabin, to find a cozy, rustic interior where a silent man sits, contemplating — probably how it usually looks in this isolated place. Wind howls in the wilds of … more
Repertory Series Arvada Center’s Black Box Theatre launches its new Repertory Series with William Inge’s “Bus Stop” on Feb. 24, directed by Alison Watrous, playing in rep through April 15. “The Drowning Girls” launches on March 17, … more
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