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The Denver Center Theatre Company cultivates two very different audiences. How much crossover is there between them?
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Vinyl gurus Michael Fremer and Joe Harley talk record hunting, tips for preserving your collection and the future of audio
OpenAir host and fellow vinyl junkie Scott Carney spoke with record enthusiasts and self-described audiophiles Michael Fremer and Joe Harley prior to this year's Record Store Day about the glory of vinyl.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses the Kirkland Museum's latest Colorado art history exhibition, a documentary about the politics of mixed races in Japan and other goings on April 18 - 21, 2014.
The newly appointed producing artistic director of CU Boulder’s Colorado Shakespeare Festival chats with CPR.
Zombie culture rules the nation. And Colorado leads the way.
"Cosmos" is back on television and capturing the imaginations of Coloradans. Doug Duncan, director of Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium, answers Coloradans’ questions about the series and our universe.
The Australian native on why he calls the U.S. home and why the guitar works nicely in any genre.
“Joe Bonham Project” retells stories of wounded veterans through visual art at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Blending sketch comedy, interactive theater and wise-cracking soliloquies, Horse & Cart’s new production journeys into the minds of two 17th century art-loving divas.