Poetry Corner - July 10, 2014

Alexa DiSalvo

Drunken drawings
scribbled on skin
I section your body
Will I ever get enough?
So, with pen I ration smooth parts
and rougher ones
the calloused palm
I read like brail
even though I know
That story
by heart
When we’re apart
I shuffle barefoot and bones
reprimanding my indecent hunger
Still, by night hour
mouth tongue fingers
Meticulous blueprint
blurs wet
ink stains and gloss
So lost
Even though I know
That map by heart.

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Trail Ride Through History

By Edie DeWeese
Allenspark turns one hundred and fifty years old this summer, and they’ve thought up a pretty cool way to celebrate. Take a historic trail ride from the heart of downtown Allenspark over Cowbell Hill to the mining sites of

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Health Insurance Rates May Decrease

Colorado’s first statewide health insurance cooperative released its preliminary 2015 health insurance rates and plans to the Department of Insurance (DOI), which made those rates public Monday under the CO-OP’s full legal name: Colorado Health Insurance Cooperative, Inc. While health insurance rates have

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Branch Out with Broccoli

Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This

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Matisse And Friends

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will host the exhibition Matisse and Friends: Selected Masterworks from the National Gallery of Art, October 12, 2014 through February 8, 2015. Matisse and Friends will showcase fourteen paintings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., by artists Henri Matisse, André Derain, Albert Marquet, Maurice de Vlaminck, Raoul Dufy, Georges Braque and Kees Van Dongen.

“Matisse and Friends is a perfect complement to the dazzle of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century on view upstairs,” said Christoph Heinrich, Director of the Denver Art Museum. “The DAM has created an in-gallery oasis for our visitors to bask in the visual delight of these vibrant paintings.”  
The artists featured in Matisse and Friends shocked the art world with their raw approach and triggered a succession of innovative movements in modern art. Working in and around Paris at the turn of the 20th century, these artists were part of a creative community that sought to redefine painting, favoring an expressive style that emphasized loose brushwork and bold colors.

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Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art Summer Events and Exhibitions

Exhibition openings

Game Changer
July 17 - September 14
Game Changer features twelve artists whose works take a reflective, and often critical, look at competitive sports.

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My Fair Lady In Allenspark

Allenspark Performing Arts Company proudly presents Lerner and Leowe’s My Fair Lady, the classic story about a Cockney flower girl who transforms into a lady. Estes Park resident Christy Florence (Hodel in “Fiddler”) headlines the cast as Eliza Doolittle, with well-known Denver actor Brian Trampler as that “arrogant, irascible teacher of elocution,” Henry Higgins.

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