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Mark Usery started officiating high school football games in 1979 to earn extra spending money when he was a student at Colorado State University. At that time, there were plenty of teachers, educators and young adults blowing whistles and … more
Since 2010, Vicki Christensen has been combining her love of art and her love of horses, organizing an art exhibit to support equine charities. This September, the annual Art for Horses exhibit comes to Parker, and Christensen hopes to make a bigger … more
New works choreographed by three Colorado Ballet dancers will be performed by company members on Sept. 23 and 24 in the second season of “Attitude on Santa Fe.” Performances will be at the Armstrong Center for Dance, 1075 Santa Fe Drive, Denver. … more
“Adventure on the High Line Canal, Charting Our Course for the Next Century” Chapter 3: Our Story. Area residents who count the High Line Canal as a part of their lives are again invited to share opinions at several community open houses, … more
Set to Prokofiev's lovely score, the much-loved tale of Cinderella and her Prince Charming will unfold on the mainstage at Lone Tree Arts Center on Sept. 3 and 4, as 60 dancers of the Littleton Youth Ballet, in association with the Littleton Ballet … more
Rebekah Leach grew up loving dance, but she really fell in love with the movement when she started training in college in 2003. On the wall in her dance class was a poster for aerial dance. “That image of this girl dancing in rope just looked … more
About 40,000 people in the world are licensed to compete in drag racing, and for many of them, racing is a family tradition. The modern sport was established in 1951 and was designed for adult drivers. But the National Hot Rod Association looked … more
“My thing is color,” Castle Rock artist Cindy Welch states to open a conversation. She has finished a new watercolor called “Perspective,” which shows the many hues visible in the huge face of Castle Rock’s namesake geological formation. … more
The 11th Annual Juried Exhibition of the International Guild of Realism will fill Gallery 1261, 1261 Delaware St., Denver, Aug. 26 through Sept. 17. The juror is well-known Denver artist Quang Ho, who is curator for this gallery. The IGOR currently … more
The setting is Tromaville, New Jersey, the most polluted town in that polluted state. The musical “The Toxic Avenger,” at Denver's Bug Theatre, is based on a cult classic film by Lloyd Kaufman, and was written by Joe DiPietro, with music and … more
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