When her younger sister was diagnosed with a degenerative brain injury, dance professor Shawn Womack became her caretaker. That inspired a series of dance workshops with a BrainCare facility.
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The rock trio had a lot of momentum in the early 2000s, opening for acts like The Who and Stone Temple Pilots. Their comeback album, “Mania,” is out Thursday.
Boulder's Fox Theatre Celebrates 25 Years Of ‘The Best Shows, The Most Fun… And Scratching Out A Living’
“I feel like it’s the biggest small venue in the country,” says Kyle Hollingsworth of the String Cheese Incident.
Gypsy Swing Revue’s new album is called “I Love Paris” and features Denver vocalist Kristi Stice.
“Edges,” from Boulder company Balcony Nine Media, features former Ice Capades performer Yvonne Dowlen. She passed away last May.
The 7/20 Memorial Foundation has raised more than $250,000 to commission and build a memorial. Members of the foundation will select a final design mid-June.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver's Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition features objects and photos that show the artist's apartment as his canvas.
Kory Brunson is one half of the Crash Dadeez, whose Nashville-inspired children's album has the motto, "No more screen zombies."
"Because The Sky Is Everywhere" is a children's picture book about a young boy looking for his father who has died.
Jessi Whitten of CPR's OpenAir highlights some of this year’s entries from Colorado.
From "We're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat" to "Stupid Is As Stupid Does," a new book from author Josh Chetwynd tells how iconic phrases became part of the public lexicon.
A casual conversation about life in a musical family.
From Breckenridge To ‘La La Land’: Choreographer Mandy Moore On The Biggest Gig Of Her Career -- So Far
The Colorado native choreographed "La La Land," which has a record-tying 14 Oscar nominations. The Academy Awards are Sunday.
California playwright Tira Palmquist developed her play “Two Degrees” at last year’s New Play Summit. Earlier this month, the Denver Center presented its world premiere.
Kent Thompson, who launched the Colorado New Play Summit, resigns as producing artistic director of the DCPA Theatre Company on March 3.