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Independent bookstores here to stay

Heidi Herman scanned through the children’s book section at the Littleton branch of Denver’s Tattered Cover Bookstore, while her son, Maddox, 10, sat on the floor flipping through a book about … more

Photo Slideshow: Wash Park celebrates new playground

A new playground — replacing an older nearby play area in the north end— opened Aug. 18 between the two lakes of Washington Park. The park, at South Downing Street and East Louisiana Avenue, is … more

Local Realtor highlights small business, community giving

After moving to Platt Park at the age of 26, Georgia native Ryan Conover has become passionate about the neighborhood, the place he’s called home since 1998. After living in a community-driven … more

All-female team leads Cherry Creek Theatre

The managers of Cherry Creek Theatre (CCT) have made an unprecedented move in the company’s history — some say in the history of all of Denver’s theater community: They have hired an all-female … more

Photo Slideshow: August events in Denver

As summertime draws to a close, Denverites squeezed in some final outdoor events. The last City Park Jazz event was held on Aug. 5, with Chris Daniels and the Kings taking the stage with Freddi … more

Artists, organizations find ‘unlikely’ canvases to transform Denver

Tommy Nahulu can still remember his first mural-style painting, a set of Masonite boards that depicted his classmates at East High School when he graduated in 1978. His art teacher handed him the … more

Quidditch takes off at Cheesman Park

A mess of dodgeballs and volleyballs fly across a field of grass at Cheesman Park. Two teams of five-on-five run toward three standing goals — poles with circles taped to the top. Each runner holds … more

Dancers plan shows to help one of their own

When Littleton Youth Ballet put out a call, dancers heard and responded. Colorado Ballet soloist Francisco Estevez, 29, has recently been diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a rare disease that … more

'Santa Fe Secret' is intriguing mystery

When Marilyn Brown Oden’s new mystery, “Santa Fe Secret,” appeared on my desk, I was immediately drawn in by the cover photo of that New Mexico City’s famous sunlit ancient plaza — an … more

'Rock Show' exhibit brings colorful works to gallery

Green Day's “American Idiot,” opening Sept. 7 at Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton, contains music from the American punk rock band’s 2004 album of the same name, is directed by Nick Sugar and … more

Open-mic nights: Not just going through a stage

Steve Smulian, 71, plucked and sang on a small stage in Littleton for an audience that barely included more people than the bartender and the host. But even after playing guitar for 56 years — … more

Exuberant show sets tone for Arvada Center season

The first show in a theater’s season sets the tone for the rest of the year, and by opening its 2018-19 season with “Mamma Mia!” the Arvada Center’s message is clear — this year is going to … more

Festival celebrates culture of Westwood

Since 2010, BuCu West Development Association has celebrated the culture of the Westwood community with its annual Westwood Chile Fest. This year’s festival will celebrate “the makers” of … more

Bronzes span decades of artist’s long career

Bronze sculptures spanning four decades of sculptor Neil Goodman’s career will be exhibited Sept. 15 to Nov. 17 at the Museum Outdoor Arts Indoor Gallery in the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 … more

The present looks bright at Town Hall Arts Center

Audiences who walk into Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center as the new theater season begins with Green Day’s “American Idiot” will pretty much all say “Wow!” The lobby walls and high … more

Search for clues is path to Littleton’s old days

“Treasure the present and hunt for the past” is Historic Littleton Inc.’s motto. If you attended Littleton’s Western Welcome Week Parade on Aug. 18, you may have noted some vintage vehicles … more

In search of cultural honor

It is not often that a theater company has the opportunity to be part of a play from inception to production, but that’s just one of the things that makes the Athena Project such an important part … more

Community college lawn to offer artistic adventure

The west lawn at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, is the place to be on Aug. 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.! More than 160 artists, local and out-of-state, will offer their … more

Taste of Colorado: Bigger and tastier than ever

What does it take to cook turkey legs for upward of half a million people? Rick Seewald, the owner of Parker’s Sweet Lorraine’s Catering, is pretty straightforward about it: “Well, a really big … more

Cattlewoman of old Colorado is subject of biography

She was the first white child born in Brown’s Park, and ranch woman Ann Bassett continued to make history as a cattle queen — actually called “Queen Ann” in later years — a woman who could … more
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