Attention Denver art lovers: The art district's newest venue, aBuzz Gallery, opens its doors this week. Be one of the first to see the debut exhibition, featuring mixed-media works by Denver fiber artist Carol Ann Waugh. Her trademark “Stupendous Stitching” begins with hand-dyed fabrics, into which she adds intricate embroidery and colorful stitching.
Each March, California’s San Juan Capistrano celebrates the return of its swallows, who reunite at the same roost after migrating from Argentina. To honor these birds, artist Linda Gleitz created more than 150 colorful ceramic swallows poised in midflight. This installation salutes both the delicate beauty of individual birds and the grace of their aerial movements as a flock.
Ever wanted to be in the middle of a dance performance? The Frequent Flyers’ 25th anniversary celebration places you right inside the action with performers dancing below, above, and right beside you. Members of this aerial dance company blend traditional movements with gravity-defying aerial moves as they spin and soar.
Remember the simple wonders of story time? Resurrect this childhood pleasure with Stories on Stage, a theater company that takes storytelling to a new, more mature level sans the footie pj’s and picture books. Add professional actors and highly acclaimed literature like The Girls by Joy Williams, Before by Gary Schanbacher, and The Cousins by Joyce Carol Oates.
The best way to escape this nightmare is to outrun it. But before you can reach the finish line of this 5K, you’ll need to survive its zombie-infested terrain. Besides dodging the hoards of undead hunters trying to steal your “lifeline” flags, you must also overcome obstacles.
If you support local farmers, community gardens, limiting pesticides, then you're already a fan of slow food. With 200 chapters throughout the world, slow food is a grassroots movement that combines a love of all things edible with environmental stewardship. Now, founder Carlo Petrini visits Denver to discuss the future of slow food around the globe.
Celebrate the arrival of spring with a nod to the classics. This dinner is inspired by the 100th anniversary of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky's celebrated ballet, "The Rite of Spring." Vesta’s chefs are crafting 13 dishes based on the composition's 13 musical movements.
“If you build it, he will come.” These now famous words—uttered by a seemingly ethereal voice—set the foundation for this heartwarming classic. Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella, played by Kevin Costner, hears the instructive whispers as he strolls through his cornfields to construct a baseball diamond on his land.
The boyfriend/parents introduction is daunting, but meeting her friends may be worse. For Tracy and her new beau Glen, this first impression—at a monthly couples brunch—is complicated further when they discover radioactive bombs have been detonated in nearby Los Angeles.
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