Entertainment

Local Theater Company gears up for season 10 with a new...

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The pandemic isn’t always a destructive fire; sometimes it’s regenerative, like a wildfire clearing out debris on the forest floor.

The five archers

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It’s hard to imagine putting out your first record in the middle of a global pandemic, but then again, it’s hard...

Unexpected capitalism on the Oregon Trail

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His name is Figowitz, but everyone calls him “Cookie.” It fits him well. Not only is he the cook for this...

Home viewing: ‘The Lady Eve’

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Let us be crooked but never common,” Colonel Harrington urges his daughter, Jean. He’s played by Charles Coburn, grand in every...

the form of a tempest

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and sometimes it doesn’t rhyme but just seeps out like effluent washing over the cobbled streets of a town you’ve never been to and stumbling, burdened with the mannerisms of...

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story

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Alexander Hamilton was a thinker, a writer, a dreamer, a mind constantly at work. Born out of wedlock and orphaned on...

Home viewing: Laurel & Hardy: The Definitive Restorations

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Both born at the end of the 19th century, Arthur Stanley Jefferson (Stan Laurel) and Oliver Norvell Hardy (“Babe” to friends...

Keeping the tradition going

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When your family has successfully organized and run a multi-day arts and culture festival each of the past 33 years, odds are...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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VIRTUAL EVENTS Longmont Museum Virtual Summer Concert: Clandestine Amigo. 7:30 p.m.Thursday, July 2. Live from...

Another Black Floyd

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George, I don’t know how many of us are herewho share your Texas lineof long chocolate bodieswho can dance on and off...

Imperfect characters

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Animal behavior specialist Temple Grandin has often said that autism helps her connect with animals. “I think in pictures,”...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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