“Myth” is much more a tale about two blokes wrestling with their own grief and their own past lives than it is sleuthing for gargantuan footprints and hairy mirages
Scott Pasternack, longtime owner of Pasternack’s Pawn Shop at 9745 E. Colfax Ave., is putting the finishing touches on as many as nine new artist studios housed within a vacant storefront down the block from his flagship hock shop
Lakewood-based artist’s work required the help of hundreds of volunteers and stretches along Clinton Street from Montview Boulevard to 23rd Street
“It runs the gamut from kids who have a general interest to kids who can be . almost competitive, portfolio-building,” said Lois Deckelbaum, a summer camp adviser with Tips On Trips and Camps.
“We wanted to create an opportunity for artists of all disciplines to come together and work,” said Hancock, the vocal observer and co-founder of the Aurora-based co-op. “Denver has such a great poetry community that has ebbed and flowed over the years. And poets do a lot in Denver, but not in Aurora, so we wanted to bring something here and give A-Town some love.”
The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education approved Aman STEAM Academy to become a part of the district in 2014, and the school is beginning to ramp up recruitment efforts for its first class of students
ONSTAGE “Clarence Darrow for the Defense” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. The Aurora Fox Studio Theatre, 9900 E. Colfax Ave. Tickets are $25. Call 303-739-1970 or visit aurorafoxartscenter.org for more information. Legal wonks and history nerds, rejoice. One of the most-decorated American lawyers of all time — outside of Charlie Kelly and his […]
“This is a huge boon to us, and puts a whole new complexion on our second, three-year plan,” said Cheng, now executive director of TEA. “I think it’s another step toward the sound governance, stability and legitimacy of our