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Denver Brass Play the ‘Good Guys’

Denver Brass Play the ‘Good Guys’

‘Merry Band of Brass in Sherwood Forest’ performance Nov. 15 Submitted by Denver Brass   OK, Denver Brass is at it again – taking from the rich and giving to the poor – in a concert at Bethany Lutheran Church entitled, “Merry Band of Brass in Sherwood Forest,” Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m. in the acoustically […]

L’Esprit de Noël Holiday Home Tour and Boutique

L’Esprit de Noël Holiday Home Tour and Boutique

Glenmoor Country Club Neighborhood, Nov 14–15 The 38th L’Esprit de Noël Holiday Home Tour and Boutique returns this holiday season to Cherry Hills Village and features five magnificent homes in the Glenmoor Country Club neighborhood. This much anticipated two-day walking tour is Friday, Nov. 14 and Saturday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. This […]

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

South Suburban Recreation Centers feature local artists Through November 30, South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s Douglas H. Buck, Goodson and Lone Tree Recreation Centers are featuring temporary art exhibitions by local artists during the month of November. Shel Spiegleman’s photographs will be displayed at Goodson Recreation Center, located at 6315 S. University Blvd., Centennial, 303-798-2476. […]

The importance of ‘Being Frank’

The importance of ‘Being Frank’

Business author shares his straight-shooting secrets  By Peter Jones At 28 years old, Richard Bryan found himself at the head of the boardroom of his family’s $12 million – in the rough equivalent in British pounds – car-dealership business in Bristol, England. The fledgling CEO knew he was in over his head – employing 360 […]

Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council art auction set for Nov. 15

Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council art auction set for Nov. 15

The Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council proudly announces its annual silent art and gift auction, which is a benefit for Arapahoe County scholarships, the acquisition of public art, and continuing art programs.  The auction is Saturday, Nov. 15, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center (2349 E. Orchard Road, […]

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS

Gina Smith Caswell: The New Botanic Series Oct. 23 – Nov. 9, Core New Art Space, 900 Santa Fe Drive, Denver. Denver. Artist reception, Oct. 24, 6 – 9 p.m. In The Botanic Series, Caswell focuses on the “overall spatial feeling of a botanical garden,” taking inspiration from the 19th century Impressionists. Visit www.corenewartspace.com.   […]

Philip F. Anschutz named 2015 Citizen of the West

Philip F. Anschutz named 2015 Citizen of the West

  The National Western Stock Show has named Philip F. Anschutz the 2015 Citizen of the West, an award that recognizes those who embody the spirit and determination of the Western pioneer and perpetuate the West’s agricultural heritage and ideals. Anschutz, entrepreneur and philanthropist, has had a major impact on many institutions in the state […]

A&E Briefs

A&E Briefs

‘Neustadt JAAMM Fest’ Oct. 22 – Nov. 9, Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center, 350 S. Dahlia St, Denver.  Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies and Music Festival. Information: www.maccjcc.org. Italian Organist Eugenio Maria Fagianito  Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m., Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda Ave, Denver. Eugenio Maria Fagiani, organist, received an Organ and Composition Diploma […]

Littleton calendar contest winners announced

Littleton calendar contest winners announced

  The winners of the 2015 Littleton calendar photography contest have been selected. • January – Paul Lindberg • February – Stephen Johnson • March – Peggy Wait • April – Laurie Denhalter • May – John Balchunis • June – Daniel Smith • July – Matthew Wert • August – Constance Nelsen • September […]

‘Switchcrafted: The Story of the Switch Witches of Halloween’

‘Switchcrafted: The Story of the Switch Witches of Halloween’

Local author helps kids consume less candy with a fun new tradition Halloween traditions such as searching for the best costumes, scoring the biggest pumpkin or being spooked at the most frightful haunted house have existed since the late 19th century. It’s only in recent decades that children have taken trick-or-treating to the extreme – […]

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