Alison Gervais of Pueblo was only 16 when she started writing a paranormal novel about teen suicide. Now, she's 21, has millions of online viewers and a publishing deal.
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"Should I," by Colorado Springs native Arum Rae, is about as raw and vulnerable as a song can get.
Denver's city council said yes Monday night to a three-day music festival at Overland Golf course that is expected to bring the city $2 million in revenue.
"The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" premiered this summer and runs through Aug. 25 at the Santa Fe Opera.
Opposites attract - despite their best efforts - in Sandhya Menon’s romantic comedy about two American teens whose Indian parents want to arrange their marriage. The book debuted on the New York Times bestseller list.
The world is about to hear more music from the six-story metal structure, starting with music by Grammy-winning vocal group Roomful of Teeth.
One of the plays in "Coming To America" is by Theatre Esprit Asia's Peter Trinth. "Boat Person" is the story of his parents fleeing South Vietnam.
Former ballet star Damian Woetzel has led the Vail Dance Festival for more than a decade. In his new role with Juilliard, he hopes to prepare young artists for the "DIY world."
Denverite Jessica Cohen shared the Man Booker International Prize with Israeli author David Grossman for her translation of his book “A Horse Walks Into A Bar.”
Ahead of their annual New Year's Eve show, Adam Aijala and Dave Johnston of the Boulder bluegrass quintet share which bands and artists they're listening to currently.
Derrick Velasquez’s exhibition “Obstructed View,” on view through August 20, highlights the materials used to make buildings and objects.
Our timeline reviews the two years the city has been working with artists and organizations to come up with a viable solution for the out-of-code DIY venues.
John Oates talks about meeting Daryl Hall in 1967 at a Philadelphia ballroom, and his musical life since then. And we've collected videos from back in the day.
When Matthew Sullivan was a kid, a family in his Aurora neighborhood was murdered. Now, he’s based his debut novel on it.
Let's face it: there's often a gap between what the pros shoot and what the rest of us come away with at Rocky Mountain National Park.