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Big band leader Glenn Miller, one of the University of Colorado's most famous dropouts, was neither a spy nor killed by friendly fire, as some suggest, says the author of a soon-to-be-released book.
CPR and the Colorado arts community remember Ange-Aimée Woods, who returned to Montreal for health reasons after helping to establish The Colorado Art Report.
Contemporary art master teacher Danielle Stephens discusses pop art and Tom Wesselmann, one the movement's leading artists.
“Cosplay in Colorado” explores the subculture of dressing up as your favorite TV, film or comic book character through a collaborations between photographers and cosplayers.
CPR’s weekly arts show explores Denver philanthropist Margaret Brown’s relief efforts abroad after WWI and a Denver museum’s collaboration with a group of graffiti artists.
Umoja Dance Company, a Denver-based drum and dance ensemble, gives CPR an exclusive preview of a West African song and dance.
CPR's arts editor Chloe Veltman highlights some of the arts happenings around Colorado this weekend, including hundreds of artists in the streets of Cherry Creek North and a musical swing set that swingers control.
“Unbound: Sculpture in the Field” brings sculptures to the 17-acres of open space outside the Arvada Center as part of a new exhibition series.
Denver’s Phamaly Theatre Company, which casts actors with disabilities, talks to CPR about its upcoming musical and 2015 Japan tour.
A collection of photographs currently at display at Denver’s Molly Brown House sheds light on Margaret Brown’s humanitarian efforts in France after WWI.