Derek Amato had no skills on the piano until an accident at age 40. His story is told in NPR's "Hidden Brain" podcast.
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"Recovering" follows injured soldiers, still in or recently out of the military, as they overcome physical disabilities and PTSD by cycling long distances together.
"Siren Song: A Pirate's Odyssey" is a serialized family-friendly series that runs through May. Denver band Chimney Choir composed the theme music.
The late Colorado painter’s brick studio moved nearly 10 blocks to the site of the Kirkland Museum’s new location in Denver.
"Wolf, Woman, Man" is a concept album that tells the story of a couple venturing into a remote mountain region, where they meet an injured wolf.
"Actor Martinez" follows a struggling Denver actor named Arthur Martinez. It screens at the Denver Film Festival this weekend.
News That Shakespeare Co-Authored His 'Henry VI' Trilogy Doesn't Ruffle Colorado Festival's Feathers
Last week, Oxford University Press announced it would credit Christopher Marlowe as co-author on Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” trilogy.
Stories of zombies before "The Walking Dead," and ghosts long before Casper, as recollected in a CU historian's new book.
A vegetarian who marries a cattle rancher is featured in the first episode of this season's "The Perennial Plate." The fourth season was filmed in Colorado.
Many Denver-area arts organizations that periodically open their doors for free say they’re able to do so because of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. How true is that?
A look at composer Daniel Kellogg's new piece for Yumi Hwang-Williams, the orchestra's concertmaster.
Here’s the most recent breakdown of which Denver metro organizations received public funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.
Janice Sinden is the third CEO in the DCPA'S nearly 40-year history. She was previously Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's chief of staff.