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The Little Prince finds itself on campus

THE BELOVED TALE PERFORMED AT THE KING CENTER The Little Prince is a beloved French tale about a pilot who’s stranded in the desert after his plane crashes, and he meets a young prince, whom he later befriends. While the pilot tries to fix his

Boo at the Zoo sparks Halloween spirit

ANNUAL EVENT BRINGS FAMILIES TOGETHER The 33rd annual Boo at the Zoo kept the Denver Zoo busy this past weekend. The family-friendly event encouraged children to come dressed in costumes, and most did while jumping around excitedly as they walked into the transformed zoo. Attendees

Elitch’s annual Fright Fest fun for all

THRILLS AND CHILLS FOR ALL AGES At the beginning of every October, the Halloween season begins to musk the air. People start seeking out different thrills and pumpkin-related activities to try out, and Elitch Garden’s annual Fright Fest is right on the top of the

Everyone will want an invite to The Wild Party

DCPA’S OFF-CENTER REDEFINES IMMERSIVE THEATER It is rare to come across a theater experience so unique that it changes the way stories are told and unravels audience expectations of an interactive show entirely. The Wild Party, presented by the Denver Center for Performing Arts’ Off-Center

Local family shares paranormal passion

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATORS HOST GHOST TOURS It may not be Halloween yet, but for true horror fans, it is never too early to start celebrating. Lovers of the macabre can get a dose of the paranormal along with a taste of Denver history by scheduling a

Where to find affordable, healthy food near campus

BEING HEALTHY DOESN’T HAVE TO BE EXPENSIVE Most people have probably broken their New Year’s Resolution of eating healthier by now. Through some try and eat right, it’s just easier to grab a bag of chips before heading out the door. It’s hard to make

Haunted Field of Screams screens horror flicks

FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENTS FOR THE FALL As the fall season begins, there are many events in Colorado open to the public to become engaged in the fall festivities. One, for example, includes the Haunted Field of Screams, a movie screening in a cornfield in Thornton.

Foul-Mouthed Cross Stitch at Grandma’s House

FUN TWIST ON ARTS AND CRAFTS Cross stitching might be most popular among a group of grandmas, but tucked in the last corner of South Broadway, untouched by gentrification between auto shops and dispensaries, cross stitching is accessible to all at Grandma’s House. The bar

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s lyrics light up a blackout

Hamilton won’t premiere in Denver until Feb. 27, but the Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton is offering desperate fans a Lin-Manuel Miranda fix by producing his first Tony-award-winning musical, In the Heights, from Sept. 8 to Oct. 8. Set over the course of a