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The Crested Butte Music Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer and brags about its new Mirror Palace venue — it’s a semi-permanent Spiegeltent named “Victoria,” originally built in the 1930s by the Klessens family. They were … more
In late April a call-for-artists went out for the 12th Annual Kaleidoscope Juried Art Exhibition, scheduled for July at the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College. The exhibit was initiated as a cooperative effort between a … more
From the moment one walks onto the Martin Plaza outside the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building, the feet pick up a rhythm. “In Motion: An Outdoor Installation” in bright color invites the visitor to dance in and around it before entering the … more
Town Hall Arts Center’s Youth Theatre Program presents “Seussical JR” for area theater fans with morning and evening performances by actors ages 13 to 18, under the direction of Robert Michael Sanders. Let the Cat in the Hat guide you from the … more
We’re at the halfway mark of 2016, and it has already proven to be one of the most surprising years for music in recent memory. In the first six months we’ve heard long-awaited releases from Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna and David Bowie, and been surprised by offerings from Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar. Musicians like The 1975, Ariana Grande and M83 all finally emerged from the studio with different takes on the pop landscape. more
Attracting local and national performers to a relatively new performing arts center while satisfying the cravings of new and established patrons is a daunting prospect, but Shaun Albrechtson and Carrie Glassburn view it as a good time. “It’s … more
Southglenn Library’s Super Sidewalk Sale will be held July 15-17 at the branch of Arapahoe Libraries, 6972 S. Vine St., Centennial. Books, collectibles, CDs and audio books for all ages will be available. Through the sale of used books, the … more
The painter sits in an armchair on a drop cloth spattered with drops of dark paint like a negative impression of a night sky. He stares at the canvas standing 10 feet before him, alternately squinting and relaxing his eyes, searching for his vision … more
On May 20, 296 libraries throughout Colorado received a pair of backpacks, filled with a state parks pass hangtag, set of binoculars, a variety of outdoor Colorado guides, a state parks guide and list of activity ideas. Each pass allows free entry … more
Catherine's Austin, Texas, garden is overgrown and weedy and she has hired a Cuban gardener to bring it under control as Robert Schenkkan's “By the Waters of Babylon” opens at the Edge Theater. Symbolic of two distressed psyches, the garden … more
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