CU Boulder assistant choral director Andrea Ramsey uses the words of teens and a 19th-Century poem in a new piece about the Flint, Michigan water crisis.
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Caldwell's new memoir, "The Push," describes his father's intense training, and builds up to the Yosemite climb that made him famous.
Childs has won awards for his writing about the desert southwest. For his forthcoming book, he started by tracking mammoth hunters in Alaska.
In the latest Walt Longmire mystery, "The Highwayman," Wyoming author Craig Johnson takes on the supernatural.
Mark Campbell's career includes work on the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Silent Night” by Kevin Puts, an adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Shining” and a new opera about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Plane crashes, random shootings and the sound of a sleeping baby are fodder for Denver poet Wayne Miller in his latest collection “Post-.”
Denver's Alan Brooks wrote the story for the six-part series "The Burning Metronome."
Irey is credited with establishing the University of Colorado Boulder's first dance degree program in 1963, when it was uncommon for a university to have one. She died in January.
Denver photographer Mark Sink shared memories and images he took of the late Basquiat in New York City.
From the smoke-filled nightclubs of Five Points to the swanky hotels of Aspen and Vail, jazz has long been an important part of Colorado’s musical landscape.
Complete with its own surreal version of Michelangelo’s “Sistine Chapel” painting, the International Church Of Cannabis has raised more than just eyebrows.
Husband and wife Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore recorded their fourth album in a rented cabin in Frasier, but inspiration came from a sailing adventure in the Sea of Cortez.
In Cleo Parker Robinson Dance's "Romeo and Juliet," Juliet's family follows Yoruba traditions, while Romeo and his family are Catholic.