Shakespeare’s comedy about a strong woman named Kate, and the man who “tames” her, can be hard for modern audiences to swallow because of its sexist theme.
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The first hints of spring are in the air, which means the summer season of sporting events and concerts at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City is just around the corner.
Winter Welcome on November 18 at the East 29th Ave. Town Center brought the coldest temperatures of the season to date—but that didn’t dampen the spirits of 3,000 people who came out to view the lighting of the tree and celebrate the holiday season.
With the ease and safety of homes in close proximity and neighbors who welcome the party atmosphere, Stapleton’s sidewalks and streets fill with traditional ghosts and goblins on Halloween—along with less traditional characters like a stove. And the adults seem to enjoy the evening as much as the kids.
The Wedding Singer, a fun and energetic romp set in the 1980s, is “a love story that is universal and timeless; it could happen any time,” says Charles Packard, executive producer at the Aurora Fox Arts Center and director of the Stapleton production.
Two Stapleton moms are organizing the inaugural run for what they hope will be an annual Thanksgiving event at Central Park. Learn more about Prader-Willi Syndrome, an under-diagnosed disease, that will be the beneficiary of this event.
The holidays have officially arrived. The 2014 Winter Welcome attracted the biggest crowd yet.
For those considering end-of-year contributions, check out these local charities, some with tax credit opportunities.
What is it about the camp experience that fosters lifelong memories and almost tribal groups of friends? What is the value of going to camp? What are some of the best memories? Residents share.