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Lisa Martin is on a mission to hike all of Colorado’s 53 14ers and paint the views from their summits by 2016.
A $6 million endowment from the late Eugene D. Eaton Jr. will benefit the Department of Economics and the College of Music.
The award-winning short film "Duk County" follows a group of doctors and volunteers to South Sudan.
The city plans to use a new study analyzing the Denver Performing Arts Complex’s economic impact to inform the reimaging process for the downtown complex.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how two artists are turning an old-school bar game into an art form and the effects of singing on older generations.
Colorado Public Radio will no longer air performances of the Colorado Symphony’s current and past seasons after a 15-year partnership ended this week.
A new, custom-made line of wooden pinball machines will appear at 12 metro area breweries for a series of tournaments starting this month.
The first half of last third of the Hunger Games trilogy — really — dismisses much of the colorful action of the first two films and draws focus to a dangerous propaganda war.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a look back at Colorado artist Eric Bransby's seven-decade career and an art collection on loan from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
The history behind McCandless’ journey to Alaska, which is the subject of a well-known book and film, is revealed in a new memoir.
Singing is a very common part of childhood for many, but far fewer people carry the practice into late adulthood.
Colorado music industry professionals share their concerns and desires about Levitt Pavilion Denver.
“Keep On Keepin’ On,” edited by Denver's Davis Coombe, explores the special bond between a trumpeter in his 90s and a young, blind pianist.
A new exhibition at the Denver Art Museum highlights the masculine side of Cartier designs.