The Denver comedian recently wrapped season two of his TruTV series, which follows three dysfunctional high school teachers.
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The series "Mortified" features people sharing embarrassing things they made as a kids. It returns to Denver next Saturday with a Valentine's Day theme show.
Pueblo artist Teresa Vito hopes to see her painting of chile peppers cruising I-25 on special license plates.
Space artist and writer Michael Carroll went to the summit of Mt. Erebus to explore the active volcano's ice towers and caverns. He says it gave him an idea of what other planets' landscapes might look like.
Regarded as the nation's first transgender journalist on mainstream television, Lane marks another first by appearing in an historic theater production.
Hart's show "The Older We Get..." features a dozen porcelain sculptures and is up at the Manitou Arts Center through Feb. 12.
"Over The River," which would have suspended six miles of silver fabric over stretches of Colorado's Arkansas River, has faced a lot of opposition.
An artist, a city official and a creative industries researcher discuss the future of "Do It Yourself" spaces and affordable housing for artists.
Through Jan. 28, Niza Knoll Gallery in Denver features contemporary work in which artists reflect on their spiritually and God.
Clara Brown lost track of her own children after they were sold to separate slave owners, but she became like family to miners in Colorado.
Colorado Music Hall of Fame director G. Brown, wrote "Red Rocks, The Concert Years." He calls Red Rocks Amphitheatre “one of the planet’s most legendary outdoor music venues.”
Walker, a Denver native, performs at Comedy Works in downtown Denver Wednesday night and at Comedy Works South Thursday.
City officials hosted a public forum to try to work with artists in the wake of recent inspections and shut downs of DIY spaces across the Front Range.
Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee created their show five years ago in a Denver bar. They now tour the country, performing for sold-out audiences.