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The Laundry on Lawrence is now an arts center, but it got it start 120 years ago as a laundry. Today it features a black box theater, an art gallery, photo studio,and yoga studio, as well as a couple dozen other offices and studio spaces available for rent.

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    Thursday, October 31, 2013 at 4 a.m. by Susan Froyd

    When Phamaly, Denver’s theater company for actors with disabilities, puts on a formal production, it’s all business from start to finish, usually to rave reviews. But once a year, Phamaly stalwarts get to cut loose a lit...

  • Full Immersion
    Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 3 a.m. by Susan Froyd

    Patrick Mueller of Control Group Productions isn’t exaggerating when he calls the movement and performance group’s new work, Salon Romantik, Opus 2, a “sprawl.” Not quite dance or simply performance art, the ...

  • 10 things to do for $10 (6 free!) this weekend, November 16-18
    Friday, November 16, 2012 at 7:08 a.m. by Robin Edwards

    Though the message surrounding the holidays is always to buy buy buy, you can buck the trend and give your wallet a break this weekend with these bargain events. Visit the zoo, see a campy turkey-themed horror movie, and learn how t...

  • Soft materials take shape in Stuff(ed), tonight at Laundry on Lawrence
    Friday, November 16, 2012 at 6 a.m. by Susan Froyd

    It's a busy Third Friday in D-town, particularly at the Laundry on Lawrence, where eleven artists came together in "an exploration of soft materials." Not surprisingly, the concept takes many directions in a variety of mediums, with...

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