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  • Shopping for Sugar Plums

    published November 17, 2011

    Denver handmade queen Sam Robinson broke many hearts when she put her annual Gifts for Yule holiday market to pasture last year. But in the midst... More >>

  • Food for Thought

    published November 17, 2011

    British food writer Nigel Slater started cooking at a young age as a way of fighting his stepmother tooth and nail for the attention of his father... More >>

  • Shine a little light: The First Avenue Hotel, El Diablo and Sketch turn on tonight

    published Nov 23, 2011

    Restaurateur Jesse Morreale has always gone all-out dolling up his eateries for the holidays, but since he nabbed the vintage First Avenue Hotel and opened El Diablo there, the corner of First and Br... More >>

  • Buy Local Week starts today: Ten ways to buy local this holiday season

    Buy Local Week starts today: Ten ways to buy local this holiday season

    published Nov 22, 2011

    The reasons why shopping local is a good idea have been floating around so much lately that anyone who cares about their community, or shopping, or both, knows the basic tenets by heart. Still, it nev... More >>

  • Sweet Judy Blue Eyes offers autographs tonight at the Tattered Cover LoDo

    Sweet Judy Blue Eyes offers autographs tonight at the Tattered Cover LoDo

    published Nov 21, 2011

    If you've been around Denver a while, you might know that septuagenarian songstress Judy Collins grew up here and attended East High. The daughter of blind bandleader Charles Collins, Judy's first off... More >>

  • What Goes Around

    published November 10, 2011

    The Destination Freedom radio-theater project overseen for many years by Denver actor/director/producer donnie l. betts started out as a revival... More >>

  • Sugar Plums dancing before your eyes: A Sugar Plum Bazaar preview

    Sugar Plums dancing before your eyes: A Sugar Plum Bazaar preview

    published Nov 18, 2011

    The buy-local, DIY holiday craft market season is on: Get your foot in the door this weekend when the Sugar Plum Bazaar, featuring about forty spot-on, homegrown vendors, opens for business from 11 a... More >>

  • Matthew Taylor's Tell It Denver turns the stage over to real people

    published Nov 17, 2011

    Everyone has a story to tell, including Matthew Taylor. Once one-third of the local comedy trio A.C.E. (shorthand for American, Canadian and Englishman -- you do the math), he lost his job when ensemb... More >>

  • All Arts, All the Time

    published November 3, 2011

    Denver Arts Week, the local cultural community’s answer to Denver Restaurant Week, is five years old and growing annually, luring the... More >>

  • Closet Case

    published November 10, 2011

    You know the rule of the closet: If you haven't worn it in over a year, out it goes to make room for new favorites. But few people have the... More >>

  • Need something to do? Let I (heart) Denver send you in the right direction

    published Nov 16, 2011

    We never get tired of showering the love on I ♥ Denver, the progressive all-Colorado gift shop run by community-minded entrepreneur Samuel Schimek at the Denver Pavilions.Schimek knows his clientel... More >>

  • In Stitches

    published November 10, 2011

    Denver Arts Week and the grand opening of H&M will collide today at the Denver Pavilions in what's definitely a big day for Denver's legion of... More >>

  • The Denver Art Museum's reinstallation of ¿Being Home? means you don't have to be

    published Nov 14, 2011

    The best thing about the holidays? It brings families together. The worst thing about the holidays? Right: It brings families together. But here's something enlightening to remember when that dark mo... More >>

  • Around the World in Sixty Minutes

    published November 3, 2011

    What’s the next best thing to visiting the Grand Canyon? It might be Digital Earth: Explore the World from Space, a unique... More >>

  • Blind Ambition

    published November 3, 2011

    One of the primary functions of the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League is to help normalize the way other people perceive... More >>

  • The Corvo Brothers tell all tonight at Walker Fine Art

    published Nov 10, 2011

    Nederland's Corvo Brothers, a collaborative duo who co-create complex and surreal, carefully staged narrative photographs, take the art of Photoshopping to a whole new level. For their shared show wit... More >>

  • The Nature of Things

    published October 13, 2011

    No double take necessary: Although at first glance, Altered Nature: Notable Interpretations From South America, which opens today at... More >>

  • Denver Arts Week: What we love about art and culture in Denver

    published Nov 09, 2011

    By the terms of my profession, I'm privy to just about everything happening culturally in this town. But I do sometimes long for a bigger city: to walk Manhattan from end to end to end, climb the hill... More >>

  • Tina Packer, at UCCS Theatreworks, takes on Shakespeare's women, from Juliet to Joan of Arc

    published Nov 09, 2011

    As founder of the Shakespeare & Company theater (a tradition in Lenox, Massachusetts for more than thirty years), Tina Packer knows her Shakespeare -- frontwards, backwards and any which way you want... More >>

  • Christo's Over the River is over the hump

    Christo's Over the River is over the hump

    published Nov 08, 2011

    Word came down yesterday from the Bureau of Land Management in favor of large-scale installation artist Christo's Over the River project slated to cover areas over a 42-mile stretch of the Arkansas R... More >>

  • Painter Beverly McIver learns life lessons in Raising Renee

    published Nov 08, 2011

    Beverly McIver, whose work was displayed in a solo show last year at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, is the kind of painter who pulls no punches. She paints bold, expressionistic statements b... More >>

  • A Long Time Coming

    published November 3, 2011

    The beleaguered Shadow Theatre Company will attempt to make a fresh start at Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center tonight, kicking off... More >>

  • LIDA and Control Group, together again

    LIDA and Control Group, together again

    published Nov 07, 2011

    It was always kinda, sorta meant to be, but late last week, the official announcement was made: The LIDA Project theater troupe led by Brian Freeland (a member of Westword's Mastermind class of 2009) ... More >>

  • Kegs for a Kause: Beer, here. And then some.

    published Nov 07, 2011

    You like beer, right? How about bottomless beer? Or even better, bottomless beer for charity -- complete with a beer glass you can take home to commemorate your do-good, bottomless-beer escapade. It's... More >>

  • Five First Friday photography fetes

    published Nov 04, 2011

    Tonight's First Friday? It's off the clock. Galleries all over town are spilling over with shows worth celebrating in Denver Arts Week style. But it also marks what might be the best collection of ph... More >>

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