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Every spring, Colorado Ballet presents a program of three contemporary works for its audiences. Called “Director's Choice” in 2014, it will be presented on March 28-30 at the Newman Center in Denver and repeated on April 5 at Lone Tree Arts … more
Along the highway between Walsenberg and Trinidad, there is a grassy open area set aside with a tall monument and parking spaces. Those history buffs that stop will read that it commemorates the Ludlow Massacre, an event that affected people from … more
Dear Neil: For years I have struggled with being defensive. For a long time, I didn’t actually understand that I was acting defensively. But my defensiveness turns out to be at the root of my problems with my boyfriend. It seems that most of this … more
Spirited by St. Patrick’s Day, Colorado Community Media staff members indulged in the traditions of the holiday, savoring some of the finest liquors and craft beers across the Front Range. Over the course of two weeks, we sampled locally … more
Historically March has been sportsmen’s annual transition month between hunting and fishing seasons. March and April has been a time to set back and reflect on the last six months of hunting and eagerly look ahead to angling the lakes and rivers. … more
There's no question that cancer treatment takes a toll on the mind and body of its patients (and as a breast cancer survivor, I can relate). more
“Embrace-Encourage-Empower” is the subtitle for The Athena Project, a woman-centered Arts Festival, in its second year. Occurring around Aurora, the festival involves women from across the metro area. It includes a World Premiere play, … more
“Morning and evening Maids heard the goblins cry: `Come buy our orchard fruits Come buy, come buy: Apples and quinces, Lemons and oranges…'” The beginning of Christina Rosetti's long poem, a cautionary tale, leads sisters … more
“In July of 1944, the order from Russia arrived. The Nazis had been driven back, the Bielski Otriad (partisan detachment) was instructed to disband, and all the survivors — Jews who hid in the Naliboki forest for years — were supposed to … more
Chagall, Dali, Gaugin, Kahlo, Lichtenstein, Matisse, Miro, Picasso, Pollack, Stella, Still, Warhol, and more are there — each representing the major developments in modern art from the late 19 century to the present. The Denver Art Museum is … more
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