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Starting on June 6, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will present a new National Geographic nature film, “Pandas: The Journey Home,” which sounds like a fine way to start a summer vacation focused on exploration. It tells a hopeful story of … more
The setting is “any time, any place,” according to the program of “The Fantasticks” by Tim Jones and Harvey Schmidt, on stage at Miners Alley Playhouse in Golden. Lights go up and we meet the magical El Gallo (Rory Pierce), with red scarf … more
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Swallow Hill Music in south Denver is delivering more music to more people in more places. And its latest effort to expand its music community comes with wheels. more
Members of the audience danced to the music and sang along with the artists at the Volunteer Jam held May 24 to open the concert series at the newly refurbished Fiddler's Green. The Volunteer Jam lineup included solo artist Craig Campbell and two … more
The Belleview Children's Farm in Englewood didn't open as planned May 24, and likely is a couple weeks away from opening, because recent wintry weather forced delays in the cleanup and preparations necessary before the farm is ready to entertain the … more
Many area families have delighted in the experience of visiting the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster and having a lovely creature light on them. South-metro families can make a shorter trip this summer, as Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield and … more
“At the desk it's all about the luscious sense, sound and possibilities of language. On the water it's all about the fish and the beautiful places they live. The only real difficulties you encounter are in getting from one place to the other.” … more
Mildred Montague Genevieve “Tweet” Kimball (1914-1999) was Douglas County's larger-than-life matriarch and patron for many years. A legendary hostess, international traveler and award-winning cattlewoman, she left a unique legacy for those who … more
Film on The Rocks is the talk of the town, and not just in Morrison, home of Colorado's beloved Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The 2014 Film on the Rocks schedule is out and features old favorites, like "Caddyshack" and "The Big Lebowski." more
“The Western bronze statuette was eagerly collected by the urban populace at the turn of the 20th century,” said Thomas Smith, director of the Petrie Institute of American Art at the Denver Art Museum, as he introduced “The American West in … more
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