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Elaine Mariner joined the staff at the PACE Center four years ago, a year after it opened, with goals of providing an outlet for local talent and becoming a landmark for national performers to visit. The challenge she and the staff faced then, … more
Two area theaters have opened productions with above-average staging, lighting and costuming: “Marie Antoinette” at the Edge Theater in Lakewood and “Dracula” at the Aurora Fox Arts Center. Both are worth a visit, but tend to run out of … more
The Sons of the Pioneers are synonymous with cowboy music and Western legend. Precursors of the present group, including cowboy star Roy Rogers, started performing in their trademark blend of voices and musical instruments in 1934, bringing images … more
Cliff Austin's studio at Woodlawn Shopping Center in Littleton opened seven months ago, where he offers beginning level drawing and painting classes. Check his Facebook page ( or email him ( for … more
“The foibles of people, rich or poor, remain the same: Only fashions change,” Dick Kreck wrote in his introductory note after comparing his stories to today’s reality and gossip shows on TV. The introduction is to his latest book, “Rich … more
Principal dancer Maria Mosina, as Odette, partners with Alexei Tyukov in selected performances of “Swan Lake” at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Performing Arts Complex. Mosina has announced that she’ll retire at the end of this season … more
“It takes a cast with a certain amount of experience to tell this story,” said director Robert Michael Sanders in his director’s notes for “The Last Romance.” “These people on stage have just that. They have all lived a life, loved, lost … more
Adventurer, explorer, conservationist and extreme filmmaker Bryan Smith is based out of Squamish, British Columbia. When he heard that a hydroelectric dam was planned for his beloved Ashlu River in B.C.’s Cedar Sky Corridor, with swift waters deep … more
The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts has issued its most recent report, called “Economic Activity Study of the Metro Denver Culture” which reports on statistics from activities completed in 2015. Results were compiled from reports by 100 … more
“Pumpkins smell like earth. They taste like a thousand orange rainbows. They look like a giant golden nugget.” When young children get a little help from adults these words have a poetic ring. Without exception, young children have a poet … more
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