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Colorado Creative Industries announced the certification of the Downtown Longmont Creative District this week. It's part of an effort to boost the city’s economic and cultural development.
Plans call for better acoustics, fewer seats and more flexible seating arrangements.
The producing artistic director for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts talks to CPR about reimagining the Broadway hit “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” that’s based on a Denver icon.
The beloved bluegrass band, formed in Colorado in 1978, dubs their latest effort, "When I'm Free."
OpenAir catches up with Strange Americans prior to their album release show for "That Kind of Luster" on Sept. 20 at the Bluebird Theater.
"Neverhome," the new novel by Boulder author Laird Hunt, is about a woman who disguises herself as a man to fight in The Civil War.
While the mountains are traditionally a bigger draw, the plains are attracting artists who seek to capture the impact of human activity.
Fort Collins singer Justin Roth, who's played at the Planet Bluegrass festival in Lyons for years, was inspired to write the song, "Rise," after he saw images of a town submerged in water.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores a photographer’s aerial perspective of the eastern plains and a lyrical preview of fall arts events from Colorado’s poet laureate.
This week in music news: The Replacements return to late night NBC, U2 release free album featuring Lykke Li, and more.
'Georgia McBride' dramatist Matthew Lopez joins Colorado’s flagship performing arts organization.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include an exhibition opening from Denver artist Joellyn Duesberry and a tribute to 1960s bohemian culture.
Read a pithy and eloquent preview of upcoming events in the Colorado arts world by the state's new poet laureate, Joseph Hutchison.
The film, "Valley Uprising," documents the rise in popularity of rock climbing beginning in the 1950s and the counterculture and infighting that surrounded it.