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    X-Man Reunited - There's nothing rusty about Mega Man X's old-school 'bots.

    Maybe it's because we're hung up on our past more than ever -- riding a wave of giddy, nonstop nostalgia and absorbing anything that will help recapture the bliss of the good ol' days -- but Capcom's Mega Man X Collection feels more fun than ever. ...

    by CHRIS WARD on February 9, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of February 7

    Bambi II (Disney) The Batman: The Complete First Season (Warner Bros.) The Best of the Electric Company (Shout!) The Best of Youth (Miramax) The Cary Grant Box Set (Sony) Cote D'Azur (Strand) Daltry Calhoun (Miramax) Doom: Unrate...

    on February 9, 2006
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    Men at Work - The Arvada Center hosts complementary solos by Bryan Andrews and Joe Rich.

    Colorado has never been much of a place for sculpture; the three-dimensional medium has always come in a distant second behind painting in the state's art history. Anyone interested in the art scene could readily reel off a long list of interesting p...

    by Michael Paglia on February 9, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Building Outside the Box. With the Denver Art Museum's outlandish Hamilton Building by Daniel Libeskind taking shape at West 13th Avenue and Acoma Plaza, there's a lot going on outside the place. Inside the gorgeous Gio Ponti tower, it's a different ...

    on February 9, 2006
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    In the Beginning - With Gem of the Ocean, August Wilson completes the cycle.

    When critics review the work of August Wilson, the same words tend to recur. Rich. Musical. Textured. Multi-layered. And here are a few phrases that apply both to his entire output and specifically to Gem of the Ocean, now playing at the Denver Cente...

    by Juliet Wittman on February 9, 2006
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    Springs Forward - The venerable Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is getting a thoughtful addition.

    On a snowy morning a couple of weeks ago, the powers-that-be at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center announced that Denver's David Owen Tryba Architects will build an addition on an adjacent spot immediately to the east of the beloved landmark. This...

    by Michael Paglia on February 2, 2006
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    Dale Chihuly - The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

    The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center recently announced that a new wing by Denver's David Owen Tryba Architects is to be appended to the magnificent John Gaw Meem building (see story, page 43). That same day, the institution also announced the acqui...

    by Michael Paglia on February 2, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Auditioning Gods, et al. Arvada Center curator Jerry Gilmore has organized a quartet of shows devoted to recent work by Colorado artists. In the lower galleries, Bryan Andrews presents Auditioning Gods, which continues the "fetem" sculpture series h...

    on February 2, 2006
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    Final Exit - The Changing Scene opened a new act for local theater.

    During intermission at Germinal Stage Denver a couple of years ago, Ed Baierlein was keeping watch over the lobby. "Look who's here," he said, his voice gentle. I turned and found Al Brooks standing behind me. Al smiled hugely, took my hand in both o...

    by Juliet Wittman on February 2, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    A Bright Room Called Day. Tony Kushner, author of the brilliant Angels in America, clearly wrote A Bright Room Called Day in a state of agitation. Kushner sensed the blot of fascism spreading across America, and he drew an analogy -- by no means ori...

    on February 2, 2006
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    The Holdup - Denver Victorian Playhouse

    Written by Pulitzer-winning playwright Marsha Norman, The Holdup is a small, charming piece about the myth of the Old West -- or rather, the passing of that myth -- that comprises equal parts humor and melancholy. The play is set in 1914, in the high...

    by Juliet Wittman on February 2, 2006
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    Like Star Trek With Worms

    Dune: Extended Edition (Universal) On paper it sounds insane: A mammoth sci-fi epic directed by David Lynch, based on an intensely weird Frank Herbert novel about ecology and giant worms. What resulted was a flop that has yet to be remedied by mul...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 2, 2006
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    Tae Kwon Ho - Dead or Alive 4 finally gets hardcore.

    Every fighting game needs a hook to stand out: Mortal Kombat has gore, Soul Calibur has weapons, Def Jam has hip-hop stars. And Dead or Alive? It has boobies. The DOA series -- developed by Tecmo -- made its name with a cast of fighters who look...

    by GARY HODGES on February 2, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of February 2, 2006.

    Our top DVD picks for the week of January 31. Benny Hill: Complete and Unadulterated -- The Hill's Angels Years, Set Four (A&E) Billy Graham Presents: Gift Set (Fox) Bubble (Magnolia) Captains Courageous (1937) (Warner Bros.) Drake & J...

    on February 2, 2006
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    Flower Power - Blossoms provide the inspiration for contemporary work at Robischon and Sandy Carson.

    Using plants and flowers as source material for artwork is definitely an old-timey pursuit whose roots (pardon the pun) go back to the dawn of the Greco-Roman era. Here we are in the 21st century, and many contemporary painters -- not just realists -...

    by Michael Paglia on January 26, 2006
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    HIDDEN NARRATIVE - Space Gallery

    There are lots of galleries on Santa Fe, but surely everyone will agree that the Space Gallery (765 Santa Fe Drive, 720-904-1088) really stands out. Scottish-born owner Michael Burnett has made it happen by relentlessly putting on interesting shows. ...

    by Michael Paglia on January 26, 2006
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    Sketches - Brief reviews of current shows

    Auditioning Gods, et al. Arvada Center curator Jerry Gilmore has organized a quartet of shows devoted to recent work by Colorado artists. In the lower galleries, Bryan Andrews presents Auditioning Gods, which continues the "fetem" sculpture series ...

    on January 26, 2006
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    No Love - The farce is not with Jesus Hates Me.

    I was sitting in the Ricketson Theatre during the first half of Jesus Hates Me, reasonably engaged but thinking that Wayne Lemon's play really wasn't as funny as advertised -- although it was sort of funny now and then, sometimes even startlingly and...

    by Juliet Wittman on January 26, 2006
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    Heavy Petal - Steel Magnolias is in full bloom at Miners Playhouse.

    Somewhere in the 1970s, we learned that women could like each other, that female friendship was precious, and that society's insistence that women's concerns were inherently more trivial than the concerns of men was blind and stupid. Though she might...

    by Juliet Wittman on January 26, 2006
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    Now Playing - Brief reviews of current shows

    A Bright Room Called Day. Tony Kushner, author of the brilliant Angels in America, clearly wrote A Bright Room Called Day in a state of agitation. Kushner sensed the blot of fascism spreading across America, and he drew an analogy -- by no means ori...

    on January 26, 2006
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