The electone will be front and center as part of the inaugural Denver International Electronic Music Festival, which starts today.
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How political were Martha Washington, Abigail Adams and Dolley Madison? A University of Denver historian answers that in a new book, "First Ladies of the Republic."
A new documentary at Denver's Jewish Film Festival, “Cuba’s Forgotten Jewels,” explores the little-known history of Jewish refugees in Cuba.
After-market tickets for the hit musical were going for more than $2,000. Blame scalpers? Sure. But fan demand plays a huge role too.
A $50 million dollar adult funhouse is coming to Denver in the next couple years.
There's no cure for Lupus, an auto-immune disease. After Rhonda Jackson got her diagnosis in 1994, she had to learn to live it.
Three decades after founding his own theater company, Coleman made the move to Colorado and a multi-million-dollar a year operation.
“One of the important functions enslaved Africans wanted this music to serve was to help them with their quest for freedom,” says DU’s Arthur Jones.
Still was almost spiritual when he wrote about being an artist, but he could be brash and harsh as well. All of that tension is what inspired composer Hall.
For the Cloud Atlas Project, the goals is to connect people to nature — and to get you to take a minute and look skyward.
Chris Anthony, of Avon, Colorado, has been a Warren Miller athlete for 28 years. He remembers the celebrated snow sports filmmaker.
Chris Hondros felt compelled to document people's lives as they held onto their humanity while forces beyond their control fought to destroy them.
Newman University in Wichita canceled Genevieve Waller's show "Rainbow in Reverse: Queer Kansas History" after receiving community concerns about its focus.
"Steal a Pencil For Me" sees its world premiere this week in Denver. Composer Gerald Cohen worked for years to bring it to the stage.