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Kim Robards and her dancers are putting movement to stories of...

The inspiration for “Aurora” came about after Kim Robards Dance moved into the arts district in 2013, not long after the theater shooting. The first movement of the piece was inspired by hearing a musical score on Colorado Public Radio while driving down Colfax in June of 2013, Robards said.

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Van Gogh self-portrait found hidden behind another painting

"Moments like this are incredibly rare," she said. "We have discovered an unknown work by Vincent Van Gogh, one of the most important and popular artists in the world."

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Boulley’s ‘Warrior Girl Unearthed’ to come out in May 2023

"I revel in telling stories about Ojibwe teenagers — strong in their culture and language — who love their communities," Boulley said in a statement. "Young people protecting and caring for their elders and ancestors are an inspiration to me and, I hope, to readers everywhere."

Secret ingredient from summer corn lifts Cajun maque choux

Pronounced "mock shoe," which is said to be a French inflection of a Native American word, this Creole classic usually is made with crawfish and/or tasso ham. Both are hard to come by, so we opted for andouille sausage for its smoky, meaty flavor. We also swapped the standard green bell pepper for a poblano chili, which has an earthy flavor and mild heat.

10 YEARS: Weekend events to reflect, remember Aurora theater shooting victims

  AURORA | The 7/20 Foundation is hosting a number of events to commemorate the Aurora theater shooting over the next week, including its annual...

How to cook with garden and windowsill herbs this summer

The few plants that do seem to persevere despite my sloppy gardening efforts are the herbs, and they are truly enough of a payoff to keep going.

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Review: Twins’ harmonies shimmer on album of covers

"Cover to Cover" is a celebration of the folk duo's influences and an imaginative mix of material from such songwriting Hall of Famers as Hoagy Carmichael, Tom T. Hall and Jackson Browne. The Brother Brothers avoid obvious choices and instead shine a light on worthy deep cuts, among them Richard Thompson's "Waltzing's for Dreamers," James Taylor's "You Can Close Your Eyes" and Tom Waits' "Flower's Grave."

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Going camping? Here’s what you need to know when it comes to fires

“If you’re going to have a fire, it’s your responsibility to figure out if we’re in fire restrictions first,” he said, and added campers should understand “we have a very flammable forest.”

Road trip with a dog? Tips for making you both happy

"Practice makes better," says Erdem Tuncsiper, who runs P.A.C.K. Leaders Dog Training in Chicago. "Don't make your big trip their first trip."

Ouray County adds another dark sky-designated park

The park is a 175-acre recreation area at an elevation of 8,650 feet, located up County Road 5 from Ridgway.

Google says flight search tool can help you fly ‘greener’

"Climate change is no longer a distant threat — it's increasingly local and personal," Pichai wrote in a blog post. "We need urgent and meaningful solutions to address this pressing challenge," he added, saying the company has committed to run its data centers and campuses on carbon-free energy by 2030.

Let the fashion policing begin on opening day of Tokyo Games

"In the early days it was no big deal," said David Wallechinksy, executive board member and past president of the International Society of Olympic Historians. "People would just come on. If a team wanted to dress alike they did."