The Wild West History of the Williams’ Stables

The Wild West History of the Williams’ Stables

The Williams’ Stables: A Cornerstone of Central City History By: Linda Jones and Erin Osovets Once the site of Henry Teller’s log cabin, the old livery across the street from the Teller House was constructed in 1876 and purchased by Gilpin County Sheriff Dick...
From Backyard CARMEN to the Met Opera

From Backyard CARMEN to the Met Opera

Phebe Berkowitz-Tanners credits Central City Opera (CCO) with launching her life’s purpose. She says it best, “Everything I’ve learned and loved in my life came from my time in Central City.” Phebe first came to Central City as a 7-year-old in 1953. Her father was a...
American Society of Interior Designers “Adopt” the Johnson House

American Society of Interior Designers “Adopt” the Johnson House

“We knew that by adopting the Johnson House we could preserve a piece of Colorado history.” The saying, “It takes a village” never rang more true than when 18 interior designers from companies across Colorado joined together for the massive undertaking of...