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Footsteps and the melody of “Three Blind Mice” sound softly in the background as lights dim. It’s time for a performance of Agatha Christie’s ever-popular “The Mousetrap,” adapted from her mystery tale, “And Then There Were … more
“At 2 p.m., a funeral procession was formed, in which nearly every man, woman and child of the company united, and the corpse of the deceased lady was conveyed to its last resting place in this … more
Jewish Family Service of Colorado welcomes , football star and legend in life, as the speaker for its 10th annual JFS Executive Luncheon fundraiser on April 30. The luncheon will be held at the Grand Hyatt Denver, 1750 Welton Street. Doors open … more
The Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel will host its second in a series of Tantalizing Tastes 6-8 p.m. Feb. 11. Tantalizing Tastes, a wine edition, will feature five wines from Lone Tree Grill’s new wine list, created by Southern Wine & Spirits, and … more
In the theatre world, William Shakespeare, Arthur Miller and Neil Simon are familiar names. As famous as these playwrights are, they all started somewhere. Recently, Colorado high school students … more
Broncos wide receiver and his country star (pregnant) wife, — arguably the NFL’s cutest couple — are featured in an eight-picture spread in the February edition of magazine and on The couple are snapped in provocative poses — … more
Thunder rumbles and rain pounds on the windows of a damaged, seemingly deserted mansion in Richmond, Va. Lightening flashes as the front door opens and a wounded, limping man falls into the room. It is April, 1865. "Where is everyone?” he asks, … more
Denver Five, the select chef lineup created by promoter Leigh Sullivan, has selected a new 2014 crop of talent. “This year I want to celebrate all the women in our community who are truly redefining what it means to be a chef in Denver,” … more
Of crime and corruption, greed and graft, “Badge of Dishonor” exposes a scandal that occurred at the highest level of the police department from 1962 and 1976 in Shreveport, La. Written by … more
— Counting Crows I usually try to produce a list of resolutions for the new year. They usually last about a week. No, make that a day. They are usually broken by Jan. 2. This year, I’m trying a different approach. I’m just trying … more
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