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Local news outlets were buzzing June 8 over the surprise bigwig lunch guests at Uptown's Humboldt Farm, Fish + Wine restaurant. International heavyweights President Bill Clinton, U2 front man Bono … more
Sounds of a car kicking into motion are followed by a crash. “It was the car's fault!” said Daisy Werthan. “My old LaSalle wouldn't have done that.” Billie McBride is revisiting the role of the irritable elderly Southern Jewish woman who … more
Eugene Jerome and family fight the Depression's hard times and sometimes fight with each other as we visit them in 1937. Miner's Alley Playhouse in Golden presents “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” the first of playwright Neil Simon's “Eugene … more
Progenitor: “A person or thing from which a person, animal or plant is descended or originates; an ancestor or parent. A person who originates an artistic, political or intellectual movement.” Each spring, Arapahoe Community College offers an … more
Master Kaoru Kakizakai is an internationally known Japanese shakuhachi master musician, who will perform at the Lone Tree Arts Center on June 23. His ancient bamboo flute is crafted from the root end of a bamboo plant and his music form dates to … more
As First Friday participation brings visitors to Littleton's arts scene, standout events and exhibits are worth mentioning. ● Plein air art at the Depot Art Gallery Starting at 7 p.m. June 5, 31 artists fanned out through downtown Littleton, … more
A free public event is planned from 5 to 7 p.m. June 24 at the Augustine Grill in Castle Rock, in partnership with Colorado Art and Framing Gallery, to introduce artist Cindy Welch's latest rendering of an iconic Castle Rock building — in this … more
“Littleton — Old, New and Now” is the latest exhibit at the Depot Art Gallery. Littleton Fine Arts Guild members were asked to create art in/about Littleton. Denver artist Anita Winter was juror and awarded “Best of Show” to Cele Bergstrom … more
About me I've been working for Wright Amusements for 23 years and coming to Parker Days for 23 years. My favorite part of my job is watching the people have fun, man. It's what we're here for: to have a fun time. I didn't expect to be on national … more
The vibrant spread of freshly picked produce is arranged just so. Neatly stacked, piled in miniature buckets. By the way things are going, however, it won't last long. The festival just down Mainstreet certainly isn't hurting business, says Mario … more
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