The Colorado singer and songwriter, whose songs were often inspired by the Rocky Mountains, died in Palmer Lake on Friday at the age of 70.
All Arts Stories
The series tours to a new Denver community each month and, through the lens of art and culture, examines what issues affect each area.
Paintings, sculptures and other works by the Colorado artist are on display as part of a retrospective spanning more than 50 years at Museo de las Americas in Denver.
Seifert will bid farewell at the end of the 2015-2016 season, and says he looks forward to some “down time.”
Director Stephen Weitz says the play is a family drama at its core that explores how communication does and doesn't work.
Grossman's first narrative film, "The Boat Builder," stars Christopher Lloyd and screens during the 2015 Denver Film Festival.
As she approached 60, the co-founder of Ms. magazine says she entered a new phase in life, one in which "you can do what you want." Steinem's new memoir is My Life on the Road.
- The Birth of a Nation, a Ku Klux Klan-glorifying epic, was America's first blockbuster film. It was also the spark for Emmett J. Scott, a black filmmaker who hoped to answer with a vision of his own.Read More
The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District funding distribution plan must now go through the Legislature, and finally the voters for final approval..
Actors from "Zombies 'R' Us" share zombie lit filled with brain eating, flying saucers and apocalyptic drama.
- Little Julia stars in the digital storybook called "We're Amazing, 1,2,3."Read More
The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District board will hear proposals Thursday on alternative funding models that could impact the distribution of millions of tax dollars.
The Beatles were just ordinary lads from Liverpool. When they struck it rich, the legal headaches followed.
Tara Rynder's "You & Me," which returns to Denver this weekend, is an interactive evening of dance, live music, poetry, visual art and food.