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Cafe Valet, a St. Louis-based coffee service company for hotel rooms, has deemed Denver the fourth most pretentious city in the U.S. Is it our obsession with outdoor activities? Pilates? Yoga … more
Back in the day, people who had to eat gluten-free were somewhat abused. They didn’t have the options and variety of food products available in today’s market. And taste was never a consideration. “Gluten-free shouldn’t taste like the … more
“The Nutcracker” is one of the standards of holiday theater, but nearly every production is of Tchaikovsky’s ballet. Miners Alley’s children’s theater is going a different route this year, with a production that tells the original tale … more
The best things will happen at the Arvada Center Nov. 24- Dec. 23 with the holiday production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. “Doing a more period musical and living in a different time is always a treat,” said Lauren Shealy, who … more
As lights go up at Curious Theatre for “Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet” — the third chapter in the Brothers/Sisters “serialized storytelling” plays by Tarell Alvin McCraney — 16-year-old Marcus Eshu (Damian Hoover) has a dream: Oshoosi … more
After four years of visiting various Pennsylvania and Maine painting studios owned and used by Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, Timothy Standring, Denver Art Museum's Gates Foundation curator of painting and sculpture, has overseen the opening of “Wyeth: … more
Not every Thanksgiving dinner is a Norman Rockwell scene with family gathered around a table laden with an enormous turkey. Nor does it always involve watching football games or finishing the meal with pumpkin pie. For some, Thanksgiving is a … more
Say what you will about Facebook: It’s too time consuming. It’s too hard to keep up. It’s boring to read about cats/kids/cooking again. It’s clear that everyone else is having a better time than you are. It’s exhausting. I’ve written … more
Southwest Plaza, the 1.3 million-square-foot shopping center in Littleton, is adding the finishing touches to a multimillion-dollar redevelopment that began in April 2014. Many retailers will open … more
Christmas can be complicated, even in the smallest of towns. Just ask the denizens of Tuna, Texas, who face the usual holiday stresses, as well as a mysterious villan who wants to ruin the annual Christmas yard display contest into … more
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