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The Metropolitan State University art faculty has developed “Making Contact,” a new exhibit running Feb. 21 to April 5 at its Center for Visual Art, through various kinds of interaction with individual communities: artists, students, alumni, … more
Excitement is high as the Denver Museum of Nature and Science opens a new educational wing and a major exhibit on the ancient — and living — Maya: “Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.” The exhibit, organized through collaboration with the … more
Swing It! "Swing," was originally choreographed and directed by Littleton High School graduate Lynne Taylor Corbett, now an award-winning New York theater personality. The song and dance show will … more
The Colorado pheasant season closed on Jan. 31. For those who enjoy the challenge of upland bird hunting it is now time to case and store the shotguns and pick up the volunteer role and participate in spring Pheasants Forever (PF) programs. PF … more
“Rebranded: Polish Film Posters for the American Western” will be on view in the Denver Art Museum's Gates Family Gallery of Western Art from Feb. 16 through June 1, included in general admission. The collection, on loan from the Autry … more
Four of Denver's top tourism leaders have been named to the new class of inductees into the 15th Annual Denver & Colorado Tourism Hall of Fame. more
The world of fiber art is one that stretches back as far as antiquity, yet is still evolving and changing. The 40 West Arts District’s latest show, “Unraveled — Fiber Re-imagined” celebrates the art form and all its history and … more
In honor of Valentine’s week, here is a continuation of some of the basic intimacy skills a healthy relationship requires of us: . Don’t spend your “prime time” consistently preoccupied with other things, and don’t permit yourself … more
Nine clowns wearing full costumes instructed nine students about putting on makeup and doing skits at the Feb. 2 session of Clown College. “Colorado Clowns put on a clown college once a year,” Molly “Skiddles” Kleeman, Englewood resident … more
State laws require written proof of immunization before starting school or childcare. Your doctor or local health department has complete information to get your children on the vaccination or make up schedule if they have missed it. For activities … more
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