This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a comedy festival at Red Rocks and a conference that marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
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The Grammy Award winning vocalist joins the 38-member choir for a concert in Denver to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Vincent Harding.
The Lone Tree Arts Center and Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center will receive a big boost in public funding after qualifying for the first time.
The symphony is trying to update the concert-going experience in an effort to be more inviting to modern-day audiences.
As part of "Colorado Matters'" regular feedback segment, Chet Carmen explains that he was mobbed by Beatles fans in Colorado in 1964 because he looked somewhat like John Lennon.
After 20 years of leasing space in downtown Denver, the state’s premiere classical dance organization owns its new, 30,000-square-foot dance center.
The Chihuly Studio will be able to replace the missing pieces, part of a larger installation. A Botanic Gardens says this is an "isolated" incident.
As summer winds down, we visit the sights, sights, and stories of this 106-year-old amusement park.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores plans to return Leadville’s Tabor Opera House to its former glory and the lore of Denver’s Lakeside amusement park.
The historic opera house’s current owner, Sharon Bland, shares a story from the theater’s past with CPR arts editor Chloe Veltman.
Back country experts share their favorite recipes to make in remote places.
CPR film commentator Bob Denerstein seeks inspiration from actors and a director at Colorado's most prestigious film event.
There may be no more true wilderness, says Colorado's poet laureate, David Mason.
Weekend Arts Roundup: A celebration of Denver public art, music and movies in the mountains and more
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a celebration of beloved - and not so beloved - public art in Denver and festivals in Aspen and Telluride.
The Boulder History Museum is bringing back an exhibit on Chief Niwot of the Southern Arapaho Indians.