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A large crowd of families, friends, teacher and administrators applauded as the city council took time during its Nov. 17 meeting to honor the 13 students whose art was selected for this year's city calendar. “Each year, Englewood holds a … more
Ten years ago, shortly after attending this game, homecoming and giving thanks was on my mind. I stared at the photo of my buddies at the football game for the longest time without realizing what … more
This is the 27th year for the holiday lighting contest organized by the Keep Englewood Beautiful Commission as a way to encourage residents and businesses to display their decorations throughout the holidays. The deadline for entries if 4:30 p.m. … more
While the art of collage can be traced back to ancient civilizations, it has been associated most strongly with 20th-century modernists, such as Braque and Picasso, and continues to interest today's artists nationally and internationally. The … more
For many families, especially households where dancers live and twirl, the music of Tchaikovsky's “The Nutcracker” means holidays are here. In the Denver metro area, young dancers learn to perform the classic ballet and their families enjoy … more
The Fine Arts Series at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton, will present the Chancel Choir and guest artists the Boulder Brass in “Songs of Angels” at 7 p.m. Dec. 7. The holiday service will open with carol singing … more
The touching tale of a poor shepherd boy, Amahl, who likes to spin stories for his mother was first commissioned by NBC for a television broadcast on Dec. 24, 1951, and became an annual tradition. Central City Opera has teamed up with James … more
“Anything Goes” is a floating farce — aboard a 1930s ocean liner, bound for England. The overture sets the mood at Littleton's Town Hall Arts Center as the live band ranges through a bouncy set of familiar Cole Porter tunes, then lights go … more
The Colorado Symphony is increasingly inventive as it reaches out to connect with new audiences. In partnership with Imbibe Denver, which develops events for craft brewers in the area, “Beethoven and Brews” was created. An ensemble of … more
When Miki Hashimoto closed Japon, an 18-year fixture in Wash Park, it was a shock to our sushi systems. more
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