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ABBAcadabra

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Calling something that’s as awesomely desirable as it is difficult to find a “unicorn” is currently in vogue. Wall Street types call low-risk, high-reward...

Amazing, what baking can do

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A good baker knows the right ingredients are sacred. When waitress Jenna Hunterson gets asked what’s inside her famous pies, the answer isn’t so easy. “Everyone...

Lessons in leaving

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For more than a decade, we’ve been able to make little stops by this small, fictional town of Holt, out on the eastern plains of Colorado. We were first delivered there in Plainsong, the 1999 novel about two aging brothers, cattle ranchers who take in a pregnant, ...

Jesters Dinner Theatre set to close at end of May

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After more than 22 years of producing shows in Longmont, Jesters Dinner Theatre will close at the end of May, according to emails from...

The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Grace B. Matthias

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It has become increasingly obvious that we all, in one way or another, are shaped by a culture of rape. Last week, thousands of...

A journey through memory

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Walking into Sweet & Lucky is like walking into a life-sized living diorama — as if the glass at a museum is removed and...

Buckle up

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Flame Broiled, the newest offering from Local Theater Company, wastes no time.  “Buckle up, please,” a projection instructs. Images of American history come and go,...

You definitely won’t shoot your eye out

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It doesn’t matter whether Die Hard is a Christmas movie (it isn’t, by the by, from Bruce Willis’ own lips during the only funny...

Now I gotta cut loose

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It’s possible when Footloose was first created, it meant to serve as a metaphor about art prevailing in times of tyrannical control. It could...

Halloween events around Boulder and Longmont

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La Ofrenda de los Muertos Celebration...

Go, go, go, Joseph

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One disadvantage of being a theater lover in Colorado is the lack of access to shows. To expand a personal repertoire of live performances,...

The sun comes out today

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When you’ve seen Annie as many times as I have, it’s easy to dread another couple of hours spent with that plucky, Depression-era redhead,...