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Randy Weeks could handle the truth. In all the years that I have written column items about Denver Center Attractions productions, he never admonished me when I didn't like or walked out on a particular play or musical at The Buell Theatre. more
Despite difficult terrain, extreme weather conditions, and a trainload of financial difficulties, the Rio Grande Southern (RGS) Railroad operated 162 miles of track between Ridgway and Durango from … more
Lowell Ross says his business, Anvil Mountain Models, is in many ways, just “architecture in miniature,” and he is looking forward to an opportunity next month to show off some of his work. He … more
There is a Finish proverb that holds ‘No one is a blacksmith when they are born.’ But sometimes, a deep interest in history, a gift for precision, strong focus on detail, and an opportunity to … more
The manifestation of a spirit, a ghost, something that you couldn’t quite see, or taste or smell — but sensed was there, nevertheless. Perhaps you felt it. You might walk down Central (or Main) … more
Robert Caisley, professor of theater and head of dramatic writing at the University of Idaho, recently spent a week in Denver at the Curious Theatre, where his new play, “Lucky Me,” is in rehearsal as part of a rolling world premiere through the … more
“In the orchestra I was conducting, I decided in order to be heard, to use only trumpets, cymbals and drums, which in this sphere of work, meant tubes of paint: vermilions, chromes, greens and Prussian blue to say what I want to say …,” … more
“RFK — A Portrait of Robert Kennedy,” which was a major hit at Aurora's Vintage Theatre last season, is remounted at Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St. in downtown Littleton, through Oct. 26. It features a tour-de-force performance by the … more
“Each of the 10 songs on my most recent release looks at the intersection of the physical world and the world of the spirit,” according to Suzanne Vega, who has started her own production company, Amanuensis Productions, for her latest studio … more
Karen Hart watched in awe as, one by one, the women launched telephone poles end over end. Regardless of how the toss landed, each thrower was showered with hugs and cheers from her competitors. “It was like a sorority,” Hart said. “It … more
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