Dylan, who won this year's Nobel Prize in Literature, spent the summer of 1960 in Denver. Freelance writer Tim Fritz documented that time for Westword.
All Arts Stories
Attending symphony concerts has a positive impact on people with memory loss, according to research by Colorado State University.
Linton has appeared in many Phamaly shows, and is believed to be the only person in a wheelchair currently to lead a major U.S. theater organization.
The Denver painting depicts 12 diverse faces. Artist Emanuel Martinez hopes it inspires people to come together.
The Wheat Ridge visual artist, who is blind, paints on strand of monofilament fishing lines.
The sounds to the Denver International Airport terminal train have hardly changed in the 20 years since the airport opened. It's an art piece, called "Train Call" by Jim Green. Now the familiar chimes can be on your phone.
This recipe has its roots in India and comes from, of all people, Sen. Michael Bennet.
The museum's director hopes the exhibition attracts a lot of visitors, but insists they are not "dumbing down things."
As the Clyfford Still Museum celebrates the anniversary, nine of the artist’s most important paintings are on loan to the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
In two weeks Thile takes over for Garrison Keillor as the host of the public radio show. Expect plenty of music, including indie rock, pop, classical jazz and hip hop.
Daredevil motorcycle stunts around Boulder in the 1970s turned a plumber’s son named Terry Chesebro into the legendary Evil Cheesey. But his fame didn’t last.
Derek Amato had no skills on the piano until an accident at age 40. His story is told in NPR's "Hidden Brain" podcast.
"Recovering" follows injured soldiers, still in or recently out of the military, as they overcome physical disabilities and PTSD by cycling long distances together.
The statue is of a cartoon character who had virtually no connection to the town.