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CPR’s Arts Bureau recaps the year’s biggest cultural news across the state.
Neyla Pekarek of The Lumineers shares her top ten favorite songs of 2014.
Colorado Matters compiles some of the show's best music interviews from 2014.
The film, about a 1965 voting rights march, stands out for its focus on black characters, including some of the movement's lesser-known organizers, and the way it humanizes Martin Luther King Jr.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a global event honoring the World War I Christmas eve ceasefire and an inspirational new book for the nonreligious.
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Littleton and the Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins have announced showings of the Sony Pictures comedy that has ignited an international incident with North Korea.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include pianist George Winston performing in Ouray and a new exhibition at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Carol Jickling Lens joins other carillon players in a worldwide performance of “Silent Night.”
Rick Ramage wrote “Heaven Sent,” set and filmed in Boulder, because he was tired of seeing “dark” interpretations of the holiday on the big screen.
Adam Baumester of Meep Records tells us his top music links of 2014.
Buzzy Jackson’s “The Inspirational Atheist” is a collection of motivational quotes for humanists, atheists, skeptics, agnostics and the ‘spiritual-but-not-religious’ among us.
Read our review and see our photo slideshow of the 9th Annual Nathaniel Rateliff Holiday Show.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the physical, mental and logistical effort that goes into a classic holiday ballet and a documentary capturing life at the bottom of the world.