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The Denver theater company will be in the first in the nation to produce the full "The Elliot Plays" trilogy, by Pulitzer-Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes.
In the first of a four-part essay series, the Harry Potter author delves into the previously unaddressed world of magic in North America, whetting fans' appetites ahead of new spinoff movie.
Violinist Charles Wetherbee on the challenge and thrill of playing composer Reza Vali's unique music.
Tina Fey stars as a war reporter in a film that struggles to attain a complicated tonal balance between comedy and commentary that it can't quite manage.
Disney's latest talking-animal picture is a surprisingly deft film about prejudice and divisiveness that manages to avoid the heaviness that delivering a message can bring about.
The Boulder-based group that puts on the dinners wants to help people unplug, and to understand what it's like to live with little or no vision.
"Rolling Papers" documentary captures the first, wild year of legal recreational marijuana through eyes of a Denver Post editor.
Two young entrepreneurs use 3D printing and some new materials to make something thoroughly modern.
Sunday night's Oscars gave best picture to Spotlight, best actor to Leonardo DiCaprio and a lot of opportunities to host Chris Rock.
In the 1960s, when jobs were rare for black stuntmen, Willie Harris and Alex Brown had to teach themselves how to take a punch. But they couldn't prepare themselves for the vitriol they felt on set.
The singer and lyricist — and the first transgender performer ever nominated for an Oscar — has written that the truth about her exclusion from the ceremony is "impossible to ignore."
Eleven-year-old Marley Dias went on a quest to collect and donate 1,000 books with a black girl as the main character. Spoiler alert: She did really well.
Joanna Rotkin and Laura Ann Samuelson will perform their dance "Goodnight, Courtney Love" in the swimming pool this Saturday.
The books published by Salaam Reads will appeal to Muslim and non-Muslim readers alike, executive editor Zareej Jaffery says — and will represent a wide range of cultural traditions within Islam.