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Suddenly, it is all just too hard. A person needs a break. “The most important thing is that the caregivers are healthy. It is a 24-hour-a-day job,” says Sonja Search of Lifting Spirits, Adult … more
Jessica Allison is a journalism student at the University of Missouri who recently spent a few days working at the Courier learning the ins and outs of small town journalism. Have you seen smoke … more
Given that conformity is the scourge of the “Divergent” series and much of its young-adult ilk, it's a shame that the films, including the new “Insurgent,” do so little to stray from well-worn YA paths. For a series that waves the banner … more
Colorado celebrated National Agriculture Day at the Capitol in Denver with food that showcased products grown and raised in the state. Chefs Danny Flanagan and Rhett Montague of Sanctuary Golf Club in Sedalia took part March 18, each preparing a … more
Each year, the Colorado Watercolor Society holds a competition among its members (the present count is 450), hires a well-known artist as juror and mounts a handsome exhibit of the selected pieces. The 2015 exhibit, the 24th Annual, is at Lone Tree … more
The opening scene of “Ain't Misbehavin'” is a spacious, but dingy 1940s Harlem apartment, with a piano prominent on one side. As lights go up, Nell (Cicely O'Kain), followed by pianist Eric Weinstein, drummer Karl Oschner and bassist Kent … more
Town Hall Arts Center's next musical is “The Marvelous Wonderettes,” with a singing girl group, set at a 1950s prom. Gallery coordinator Nancy Boyson and the four exhibiting artists for April have named their upcoming art exhibit “Art of … more
“I was the audio-visual geek in high school,” said Walt Martin about his early introduction to photography. He also looked forward to the arrival of the Saturday Evening Post, with its spreads by famous photographers. A friend had taken his … more
With an appropriate nod to Arthur Miller's 100 birthday year, Cherry Creek Theatre Company has chosen to produce the first play to ever win a Tony Award: Miller's 1948 “All My Sons.” Director Bernie Cardell has assembled a strong cast to tell … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association hosted its inaugural Cultural Arts Day March 14 at the Recreation Center at Southridge. At the event, which will begin to take place annually in early spring, people were able to see demonstrations and … more
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