From a young age, Michele Koons showed signs of a future archaeologist. Now she is the curator at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Veteran Director Brings Clever 1920s Parody to Founder’s Green
Founder’s Green in Stapleton kicks off summer theater productions with The Drowsy Chaperone June 6–8.
Youth Jazz Band Ready for Festival
The 2014 Five Points Heritage Band, a 10-piece ensemble of horns and a rhythm section, will perform at the Five Points Jazz Festival on Sat., May 17.
Spring is here, and the Stapleton Front Porch Jam is breaking out instruments to play on the porch.
Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed
Now open at the new addition to Denver’s Museum of Nature & Science, the largest exhibition on the Maya ever to be displayed in the U.S.
Introducing the Aurora Arts District
Once seedy, downtrodden and crime-ridden, East Colfax in Aurora is transforming into a thriving arts district.
Music that brings people together: Swallow Hill Music to Open a Branch at the Colorado Free University.
Beginning March 3, Swallow Hill Music will offer classes in Lowry. The 35-year-old music center is opening a satellite location at Colorado Free University (CFU) where it will offer group […]
Swallow Hill Music Adds Lessons in Lowry
Beginning March 3, Swallow HIll Music will offer classes in Lowry.
DMNS Opens New Wing February 14
This February, Denver Museum of Nature & Science will open a new wing with new exhibits and spaces where kids can learn and explore.
Legacy of The Black Cowboy
Maurice Wade, a Montbello resident, wanted to be the first Black cowboy and was surprised to discover one in three cowboys were Black. Read about Maurice and America’s Black rodeos.