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Director John Ashton's sad director's notes tell us of his own divided family and estrangement from his father — and how much he wishes he could have a heart-to-heart talk with him now. He dedicates “Big Fish” to “all families, especially … more
It is close enough to St. Paddy’s day to relay the ancient Irish yarn of the old crow teaching the younger crow. I first heard the story as it was retold by Conrad Bladey from his Black Box of … more
Since last fall, about 80 piano students have been brushing up on their Bach, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. A two-day competition and recital gave them the opportunity to show off their skills during the South Suburban Music Teachers Association's … more
On March 2, volunteers from the Littleton Fine Arts Guild, which operates the Depot Art Gallery, opened the front door of the historic Santa Fe depot-turned-gallery for a group of the community’s younger artists to install a new … more
Arranger, ensemble singer, solo vocalist, teacher and lyricist Kim Nazarian is a founder of the New York Voices, which won two Grammys. She will appear with the Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. March 23 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, … more
Emmy Award-winning fashion icon and Denver-based designer hosted fashion show fundraiser Goodwill En Vogue at Denver Union Station on March 5. The event featured a fashion show put on by local high school students in Goodwill Denver’s career … more
Writer Cynthia Swanson has juggled several worlds during the seven years when she was completing her first novel, “The Bookseller,” which was published March 3. The Denver author has written and published short stories, married and become mother … more
Just in time for spring break comes an exhibit about wondrous creatures of the imagination — from many cultures around the world, from land, sea and sky …. “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, Mermaids,” which originated at the American … more
Photography lovers and art lovers generally have a huge menu of available exhibits during March and April, in public venues and private galleries. Imaginative photographers tell stories and share their unique perspectives across the metro … more
With a crowded reception, the Littleton Fine Arts Board opened its 49th Annual Eye of the Camera Exhibition, a show that has grown in content and quality since the late Gene Kramer organized the first one — before the days of digital … more
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