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As summer winds down, temperatures begin to cool, tree leaves fade from bright green to the warm hues of gold and orange, and Arvada families begin to embrace the changing of the seasons. As a way to celebrate the oncoming of autumn and have a … more
Most of the time, I paint with pastels, which is essentially pure color … I love that! I paint in a mostly representational style, focusing primarily on landscapes and animals (although a couple of dancers snuck into this latest show when I … more
Jo Ann Washburn of Parker considers herself relatively new to the cancer scene; she was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2014. Because she has young kids, Washburn said although she was terrified, her way of dealing with the cancer was with a … more
Entering Zoe’s is like walking into your best friend’s house — handwritten notes are on every table, homemade treats decorate the counter and each space appears to be the best place to catch up with a friend. The space has a Tuscan feel, … more
Cincinnati-based restaurant Tom+Chee celebrated the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Sept. 25 at the Streets at SouthGlenn, 6879 S. Vine St., in Centennial. “We’re excited to be part of the Tom+Chee family, and to introduce … more
As a busy autumn season kicks off at the Denver Art Museum, three new curators have joined the museum staff. Each brings special skills to share with area arts lovers and each position is endowed by special donations. ● Tianlong Jiao is the … more
Mike Bond, a Maine native who lives in Roxborough (as well as Maine and Hawaii), has, as a journalist, covered environmental issues worldwide and war and politics in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. He has been, and is, an … more
Upstairs and downstairs — all the Arvada Center’s galleries are filled with extraordinary art pieces created by fire and its control. ● “Iron” fills the spacious Main Gallery, in an exhibit organized in conjunction with the Western Cast … more
A few days remain to enjoy a trip down the garden path at the Denver Art Museum as its lovely “In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism” heads toward its end on Oct. 11. It’s beautifully presented and gives some personal insights … more
I turned 30 a couple weeks ago. A big one. Or so everyone tells me. Personally, I’ve always found the significance of certain birthdays a reflection of social constructs placed on us by society. So hitting 30 or 50 — or whatever — is only … more
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