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Longmont Museum & Cultural Center

Sunday, September 25, 4:00AM @ Longmont Museum and Cultural Center
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Trans Series Her Story Screens to Benefit The Center

2 months ago by Keith Garcia
Visibility of the LGBTQ community in new media and pop culture continues to rise, and adding to it is the new web series Her Story. The trans-forward series is getting an in-depth presentation, complete with its creators and talent, and courtesy of the GLBT Community Center of Colorado and the Sie FilmCenter,...
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Longmont Museum and Cultural Center

Longs Peak Room Interactive Gallery, featuring ongoing all-ages interactive exhibits on the history and culture of Longmont.
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Donovan on Teaching the Beatles the Fingerstyle That Became the White Album

5 days ago by Jon Solomon
Donovan Leitch, who’s gone by his first name only for more than five decades, wrote and recorded hit songs like “Mellow Yellow” and “Hurdy Gurdy Man,” yet his influence as a songwriter and musician reaches beyond his own music. He inspired David Bowie, Marc Bolan and a number of other...
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Twenty Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar for September 23-25

2 days ago by Ben Landreth
DISH, Westword's annual celebration of the Denver dining scene, will be dishing up food and fun in Sculpture Park on Sunday. But there are plenty of other events around town where you can whet your appetite for the main course, from Oktoberfest parties to the big DSTILL showcase. Keep reading...
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First Look: The Denver Central Market Set to Unveil This Sunday

3 days ago by Mark Antonation
Developer Ken Wolfe has lived in the RiNo neighborhood for years — long before the area was given that monicker by the River North Art District. As condos and apartments sprang up and hip restaurants and galleries moved in, Wolfe realized that the neighborhood was missing the kind of community-oriented...
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Not Magnificent, but Not Bad

4 days ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Look, if you're not stirred by the sight of Denzel Washington, clad in head-to-toe black, riding a black stallion over dunes and bluffs and right up to the saloon of some two-bit frontier town — well, then maybe the movies just aren't for you. Washington, of course, strides right into...
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Reviewed: Water by the Spoonful, Murder Ballad, Suddenly Last Summer (All Closing), Three More

3 days ago by Juliet Wittman
Buntport Theater Company is kicking off the fall season by bringing back Middle Aged People Sitting in Boxes;  the show opens tomorrow. Here's our capsule review of the original production: A clothesline on which tops and bras are hung spans the stage. Other than that, the set consists of four shrouded...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Megan Gafford

4 days ago by Susan Froyd
#61: Megan Gafford Incoming RedLine resident Megan Gafford conducts experiments with artful outcomes, mining science for haunting imagery and space to closely consider things we fear or don’t understand. A recent MFA graduate at the University of Colorado Boulder, Gafford asks big questions and does the groundwork to find the...
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Review: Ferociously Clever, Furiously Funny God of Carnage at Miners Alley

5 days ago by Juliet Wittman
At the start of God of Carnage, four people are sitting in a beautifully appointed living room. The decor (courtesy of Jonathan Scott-McKean) has orange and turquoise notes but is never garish; there’s a vase of flame-colored tulips on the coffee table, which also holds a stack of expensive art...

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