They dazzled at our lunchtime music series last season -- and they're back for an encore performance. Suzanne Morales and Manuel Molina make beautiful music together. Both are strong solo performers, but their duets are transporting. They are two voices as one. Don't miss this spectacular concert performance by Denver's musical masters.
You know what I'm talking about. Jobs that are black holes; low pay; no benefits; never ending bills; unexpected expenses; debt; turmoil in your personal life... Geeezzz I thought school was terrible, but it has nothing on the reality facing you once you graduate. Bills, unexpected expenses, 90% of your life devoured by work, and oh yeah, if you're going to college, you might as well kiss your savings good bye, because collages are outrageously over-priced and those student loans you have to get are bloodthirsty vampires.
Friday, August 29. It'll arrive like a twister, fall from the sky like a sepia-tinted house, and be gone like an old hot air balloon before you even know it. So mark the date on your calendar for The Denver Public Library's presentation of The Wizard of Oz -- a celebration of the 75th anniversary of this most beloved film of the last century.
Film on the Side: The Wizard of Oz(1939)
Friday, August 29, Showtime: Dusk
Acoma Plaza (near the west entrance of the Central Library)
Several weeks ago, Jesse Perez, along with some of the talented teens from ideaLAB, were asked to take a look at the L.E.D. message board that hangs above the Books and Borrowing checkout station. Considering the sign was pretty old, no one was sure if it could even be fixed!
Two weeks later, the sign was back in its place displaying an array of useful, multicolored greetings for DPL customers.
Have you ever thought Denver would be absolutely perfect if only there was an ocean nearby? I certainly have, but while we don't have an ocean, the Denver metro area does offer some fun beach experiences. There's Confluence Park in downtown Denver, where you can watch kayakers while relaxing on the sand.
Earlier this month, the Colorado Book Award winners were announced at a ceremony in Aspen by Colorado Humanities. To be eligible, authors had to be Colorado residents or their work must have been strongly influenced by Colorado. With 16 categories, there is something for everyone.