Colorado Symphony Orchestra violinist Claude Sim ranges wide

Colorado Symphony Orchestra violinist Claude Sim ranges wide
But Sim's taste in music ranges far beyond Rachmaninoff and Vivaldi. He is part of a Denver jazz trio, has recorded an album of jazz standards and jammed onstage with banjo titan Béla Fleck. His eclectic ear has led him to venture into everything from …
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Spring cleaning can be your excuse to redecorate with these trends
Musician Lenny Kravitz has collaborated with CB2 on a furniture collection inspired by '70s-era New York club culture and the California music scene. A white lacquered media cabinet with brushed steel doors and a round, walnut-topped, white coffee …
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Violist Basil Vendryes and Colorado Young Sinfonia Make Beautiful Music Together

Violist Basil Vendryes and Colorado Young Sinfonia Make Beautiful Music Together
He makes the music, and he passes the gift along — this month, with two free concerts. “When we go back and play at the Denver School of the Arts, it will be taking the orchestra back to where we began," Vendryes says. "We know the hall, and we'll …
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Cosby cases prompt Colorado bill extending time for charges
Beth Ferrier, one of two Denver women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by comic Bill Cosby, heads to a hearing room after a news conference Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, in the State Capitol in Denver. Attorney Gloria Allred and the two Denver …
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Three Works By Colorado Artists To See At The Arvada Center's 'Art Of The

Three Works By Colorado Artists To See At The Arvada Center's 'Art Of The
The piece is one of 148 chosen by a jury for the second "Art of the State" exhibition at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. The massive show features works by more than 120 Colorado artists. In it, you'll see everything from traditional …
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At the DAM: Design matters for business (Slideshow)
The Business Journal asked Darrin Alfred, curator of architecture, design and graphics at the Denver Art Museum, to explain why design matters for business. We met with him in the museum's AIGA Design Archives. The AIGA is the American Institute of …
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SCFD reauthorization clears key Colorado Senate panel
The current bill would give a slightly bigger share to smaller groups but maintain the practice of most generously supporting the region's five major institutions — the Denver Art Museum, Denver Performing Arts Center, Denver Museum of Nature and …
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Quirky Colorado: A Weekend Getaway Guide to Offbeat Denver

Quirky Colorado: A Weekend Getaway Guide to Offbeat Denver
Instead of opting for a hotel in Denver, I chose an Airbnb that was actually more like a share house. Traveling solo, I wanted to make sure I'd be able to easily meet new people, and staying in the West Colfax neighborhood in this five-bedroom house …
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Groundhog Day snowstorm may aim for Denver to Minneapolis
A strengthening winter storm will bring the potential for windswept snow and travel disruptions from the central Rockies to the Upper Midwest early next week, including on Groundhog Day. While the exact timing and extent of wintry weather are not set …
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A sneak peek at the Colorado RV Adventure Travel Show
DENVER – Come discover the best way to hit the road. The Largest RV Show in the Rockies will be at the Colorado Convention Center from Jan. 6 through Jan. 9. There, you'll see exhibits of all new 2015 RVs ranging from Class A motor homes to lightweight …
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How to Be a Devils Fan In Colorado — 2016 Edition

How to Be a Devils Fan In Colorado — 2016 Edition
Denver is in the Mountain Time Zone, so you'll be 2 hours behind New York time. And there's a reason it's called the Mile High City: The elevation means the air will be thinner. Although the Rocky Mountain region is renowned for outdoor recreation, if …
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Time for New Year's resolutions, big and small
He has broken up his get-out-of-the-house goals into categories: activities, concerts, restaurants, bars, outdoors and nightlife. He got an early start with a couple of hikes. Jarone Ashkenazi, on the Escondido Canyon Trail in Malibu, Calif., made a …
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Morocco plays key role in Europe's security, but has jitters
Popular nightlife spots have boosted security, with systematic bag checks to enter. At the Es Saadi Gardens & Resort in Marrakech, a magnet for Western tourists, there are three security checks, including for cars. "Everywhere in Marrakech, you'll find …
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From camping to climbing, five Colorado travel resolutions for 2016

From camping to climbing, five Colorado travel resolutions for 2016
The new year has arrived, which means it's time to launch a new set of resolutions. I don't bother with sure-to-be-broken vows such as "eat healthier," "save more" and "quit screaming at the TV when the Broncos blow the lead." Instead, I set travel …
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Denver Nuggets Get Reinforcements, Travel to Oracle to Face Dubs
All that will change on Saturday as the Denver Nuggets travel to Oracle Arena in Oakland, California to face the NBA best and reigning champion Golden State Warriors. Jusuf Nurkic, who has not played since last season because of an ongoing knee injury.
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