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Colorado-based Stan Lee Media brought a seventh lawsuit to reclaim copyrights of popular superheros.
Dramatist Diane Samuels' play sparks conversation with survivors at the 2014 Neustadt Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies & Music Festival.
Poehler joins Fresh Air's Terry Gross to talk about fighting the body image "demon," being a "world-class snooper" and how she was once told that she had a "great face for wigs."
Phil and Jane Watkins have created or restored hundreds of stained glass windows in Colorado and beyond. See a slideshow of their work.
In honor of MCA Denver's new Mark Mothersbaugh exhibit, OpenAir looks back on some of the artists best musical works.
Some of the etchings sheepherders carved in Colorado's trees are a century old. See a gallery here.
Denver media personality Flo Hernández-Ramos says Día de los Muertos may be headed down the same slippery, bloody slope that transformed Halloween.
The Denver Center for Performing Arts appoints its own John Ekeberg to oversee the center’s Broadway and cabaret productions.
The urban dance maker speaks with CPR about creating a new work for the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble about the American Civil Rights movement.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how an actor and ballet dancer get into character to play the Prince of Darkness and a Denver exhibition surveying world-famous artist Judy Chicago’s entire career.
Two of the late musician’s children will accept the posthumous award on behalf of the Colorado icon.
Two Colorado performance artists visit the CPR Performance Studio to demonstrate how they portray the Prince of Darkness in separate productions this fall.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a look at drinking within the Mexican culture through photography and a play about finding love late in life.
The Romero Theater Troupe's new drama, “An A(ctual) P(eople's) History of Colorado: A Play in Solidarity with the Students & Teachers of Jeffco,” highlights little-known Colorado activists.
Denver’s RedLine gallery hosts a major exhibition exploring the full scope of the famed feminist artist’s work.