For 33 years, no one had been able to solve the homicides of three women, all of who had been assaulted and killed in the same grisly manner just months apart. When detectives from the Denver Police Department’s cold case unit recently reopened the investigations, they not only identified the murderer, but they also found one of the most brutal serial killers in Colorado history.
Theater can be entertaining, surprising, and even gut-wrenching—but to be successful, all performances have to be believable. Meet Geoffrey Kent, one of the Denver Center Theatre Company’s primary fight directors, who orchestrates the swordplay and gun battles onstage.
Athletes step onto the field or rink or court seeking a “W.” But even after grueling hours of practice and in-the-gym training, it doesn’t hurt to have a little extra help—so they often turn to detailed routines to get focused. Call it silly or neurotic, but these quirky customs just might be game–changers.
Colorado has a thorny relationship with water. University of Colorado Boulder professor Patricia Limerick explores that interplay in A Ditch in Time: The City, the West, and Water. Three fun facts we learned from the book:
October in the high country is notoriously fickle—there’s often too much snow for hiking or biking, but not enough for snowshoeing or skiing. Skip the uncertainty and extend the summer trail season with these six reliable adventures.