The CherryArts Festival, featuring national and local art, will be held Sept. 16, 17 and 18 at the Stanley Marketplace.
“Street art” takes on a new meaning as two blocks of asphalt in Aurora become the canvas for a large-scale mural.
Fredric Arnold was 19 years old when Pearl Harbor was bombed and he joined the military and he made a vow to remember the many soldiers who perished in the war. Now at age 90+ he has completed a statue commemorating their valiant efforts—on display at Wings Over the Rockies Museum.
Deep bass notes reverberate from Dick’s Sporting Goods Park as a thunderous burst of applause roars into the summer sky.
While people might be surprised to learn that a published author has dyslexia, Stapleton resident and author of middle school fantasy fiction Anthony Kerr has struggled with the learning disability all his life.
Belarusian-born painter Yulia Avgustinovich has been selected by the city of Aurora for a unique project – design and execution of a “mural” to cover two blocks of Clinton Street leading to Stanley Marketplace (Montview to 23rd Ave.).
When are the mistakes of “fond fools” hilarious?
All concerts are free and open to the public and seating for concerts on The Greens is first-come, first-served. Concert goers may bring their own chairs, blankets, food and drink.
Everybody loves a trip down the yellow brick road.