Boulder is hoping public art can help the community recover from September's massive flooding.
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Colorado Music Festival & Center for the Musical Arts appoints new executive director amid transition
New executive director named as the hunt continues for a new musical director at the Colorado Music Festival & Center for the Musical Arts
A bluegrass group in Belgium singing songs like "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" is just the start for a movie about oppositions that are impossible to reconcile.
Colorado arts institutions are using culinary-themed events to engage audiences on issues they might not be open to on an empty stomach.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most-interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, Dec. 5-8.
Run away to a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes this season with one of these five enchanting productions.
Boulder author Gail Storey chronicles losing more than 20 pounds on the hike, tearing a shoulder muscle and suffering from exhaustion and malnutrition.
Troy Baxley is a living legend in local and national comedy circles. So how come so few people have heard of him?
The Rockygrass Festival in Lyons, CO was hit hard by the floods of September. But the popular roots music event is planning on a strong comeback in 2014.
"Blue Is the Warmest Color", a film that won top prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, is a story of two young women in love. The frank (and long) love scenes have drawn most of the attention to the movie but those scenes are actually integral parts of a film that’s more complex and richer than you might have heard.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most-interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, Nov. 28- Dec. 1.
Each year during the holidays, we check in with the experts to find out the best books with Western themes by Western authors.
In December, Outside Magazine explores why more everyday athletes -- not just the professionals -- are suffering traumatic brain injuries.