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The inaugural Local Playwrights’ Slam on Saturday will feature readings of six new works getting their first exposure in front of an audience.
Throughout March, Denver composer Nathan Hall will create site-specific, interactive musical works inspired by the museum’s art collection and architecture.
The singer is tipping her hat to greats from Benny Goodman to Count Basie in her club, Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the Colorado Children’s Chorale learning national anthems for an elite ski event and Jeff Austin, formerly of the Yonder Mountain String Band, breaks out on his own.
The Boulder Bach Festival leaders offers an electrified take on some beloved music.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a dulcimer festival in Littleton and an exhibition of artifacts and memorabilia from 1968.
Colorado Preservation Inc. says Denver Tramway Co. Streetcar No. 4, which was part of a broad Denver-metro area rail system, is worth saving.
More than 300 people from around the world submitted design entries for the maze, which the Estes Park hotel will install this spring.
Mandolinist and songwriter Jeff Austin reminisces about his years with one of the country's most acclaimed bluegrass ensembles, his background in musical theater and his penchant for breaking out into scat singing in the middle of his songs.
The Colorado musician scores the story of a beloved bear who craves marmalade sandwiches.
A woman who studies trees used by American Indians, the state's Department of Transportation and more are this year's History Colorado Hart awardees.
Along with climbing partner Kevin Jorgensen, Tommy Caldwell of Estes Park captured the world's attention on an epic Yosemite National Park climb.
As the official choir-in-residence for the Alpine World Ski Championships in the Vail Valley, the Colorado Children’s Chorale will perform the gold-medal-winning country’s anthem each night.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the governor’s plans to boost the state’s cultural identity and a play about German prisoners working on Colorado farms during World War II.