Can a 50-year-old traditional Broadway musical be revised and reborn to fit the sensibilities of a new century?
Autumn in Denver is the perfect time to get lost in a museum, exploring a new world or learning about someone interesting. Lucky for us, there are some wonderful exhibits coming this fall.
The 100th Anniversary of the Titanic disaster will be marked on Saturday. The event has spawned TV specials and the re-release of James Cameron’s epic movie in a 3-D version.
The place to learn all about Denver’s legendary Titanic survivor is at the Molly Brown House in downtown Denver on Pennsylvania Street.
Thousands of miles from the ocean, a museum tells the story of a woman made famous by the Titanic.
March is Women’s History Month, so this is the time to get out and take a minute to see all of the amazing contributions made by women in Colorado.
The Titanic exhibit on display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has renewed interest in Denver’s own survivor, Molly Brown. But the place to really learn all about Molly, more likely known as Margaret Brown or Mrs. J.J. Brown in her lifetime, is at the Molly Brown House.