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Erika Krouse, the author of an acclaimed collection of short stories, will use the time aboard a train to work on her second novel, set in Colorado.
What possesses a 30-something with a wife, a toddler, and a day job to coat himself in vivid face-paint and spend his nights scaring teenage girls?
Actor Cary Elwes, best known for his dashing performance as the heroic farm boy Westley in The Princess Bride, has a new book out, full of memories from the cast of the cult classic.
The Mizel Arts and Culture Center celebrates the life of the late Denver director, designer and producer with a special performance during the Neustadt JAAMM Fest and public memorial event.
Nearly 3 miles of artwork created over almost 40 years will be ripped apart when the concrete is torn off the levee along the Arkansas River in Pueblo to meet federal flood control requirements.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores the fate of the world's largest piece of public art and the late Henry Lowenstein’s significant impact on Denver theater.
Producer responsible for bringing hit Broadway shows ‘Book of Mormon’ and ‘Pippin’ found dead in London hotel.
For four decades, U2 has delivered huge rock songs and taken shots for being too serious. The band's new album, Songs of Innocence, provides a key to its long search for universal significance.
Month of Modern, an event happening in Boulder throughout October, spotlights modern designers and architects in Colorado.
Denver’s RiNo Arts District is growing fast as a hub for artists. But one of Denver’s leading contemporary art galleries says now is the right time for it to leave the neighborhood.
Director, designer and impresario and Bonfils Theater producer who changed the face of theater in Colorado passes away at age 89.
CPR’s Arts Bureau recommends Halloween-themed happenings around Colorado, from costume parties to zombie theater to blood-drenched ballet.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores renowned artist Christo's ongoing process to create an art installation over the Arkansas River and a reality web show seeking the next great marijuana entrepreneur.
A deficit could mean less money for hundreds of the Denver metro area's scientific and cultural organizations.
The world-renowned artist has been working on an installation in Colorado for 22 years, and he's still at least three years away from it becoming a reality.