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The weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and an exhibition of 2,000 sculptures in Loveland.
The document, which continues to gain signatures, asks the museum to remove iPads from the shells of tortoises and release the reptiles back to their natural habitat.
A photo of an enormous cloud in Colorado reaps Slovenian meteorologist top honor in National Geographic photo contest.
Here’s your OpenAir-curated guide to the whos, whats, wheres and whens of seven of the top Colorado music festival options of the late summer, including Riot Fest, Denver Psych Fest, Goldrush, and more.
A master kite maker from Tokyo shares his wisdom and creativity at Denver’s first-ever Japanese Kite Festival.
In its fourth year, the Denver County Fair continues to be a quirky, urban event.
The American author and public radio favorite's hobby of picking up road-side trash has earned him an award.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores the relationships between Colorado's A-list arts festivals and the towns that host them and sizzling summer reads.
Colorado’s arts scene has flourished over the past decade. But the top international festivals in the state's mountain towns continue to look elsewhere for talent.
Denver author Maximillian Potter talks about his new true crime story, "Shadows in the Vineyard," in front of a live audience.
A half-century after his first appearance at the Aspen Music Festival, the conductor returns Sunday for a farewell concert.
The third-annual Colorado Brazil Fest begins Thursday and runs through Sunday evening at various Boulder venues.
Opera Colorado director Greg Carpenter says the city’s draft plan would heavily impact his organization’s schedule and bottom line.