The case of Marvin Booker, who died in 2010 at the hands of guards at the Denver jail, resulted in the biggest payout for an excessive force case in the city's history.
All Arts Stories
An Englishman and his mates came to hunt game and gamble across America. They befriended a Colorado legend along the way.
Jones, who teaches a new course at CU Boulder on the craft of horror writing, recommends short fiction from some of his favorite authors in the horror genre.
Thompson will leave the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in March to finish writing a book.
The Kirkland Museum’s future home — slated to open fall 2017 — will be a mix of new and old.
In advance of his new album, "Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony," we asked the singer-songwriter about the similarities between farming and music.
A new book documents the life and work of the late Pacomio Martinez Chacon. It's called "My Name is Pacomio."
A new storytelling project that features 20 women living with the virus comes as Denver vows to end AIDS in the city by 2030.
The first Colorado Matters holiday music special features Dianne Reeves, memories of John Denver and the Muppets, and every musical style in between.
Denver teens worked with Brooklyn artist Sarah Gerard to interview people experiencing homelessness for a new multimedia exhibition at PlatteForum.
CPR Classical's Jeff Zumfelde on standout recordings from the past year by the Colorado Symphony, Carter Pann, Daniel Kellogg and more.
Malik is a 2016 winner of an Academy Nicholl Fellowship, an international screenwriting contest from the same institution that runs the Oscars.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble's annual winter show.
One artist called the converted warehouse's closure a "witch hunt" after a deadly fire at a similar space in California.