CPR film commentator Bob Denerstein says some of Williams’ least celebrated movies were among his best.
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Art and sports collide at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art’s "Game Changer" exhibition. Earlier this week, "Colorado Art Report" host Chloe Veltman and Associated Press sports writer Pat Graham toured the exhibition together in Boulder.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores camps helping young adoptees learn about their birth cultures through art and the community’s role in the public art process.
"It's truly classical, classical work. ... Beautiful tunes, a lot of drama, a lot of lyricism."
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a community theater summit in Denver and a gathering of fungi experts in Telluride.
A public art piece in Durango has residents divided -- and some are upset they didn’t have more input.
A Denver author captures the lives of the young female orphans victimized during Sudan’s long civil war. The new book 'Lost Girl Found' is based on stories from refugees who live in Boulder.
The Denver Public Library unveils a web-exclusive service offering music from Colorado artists for library card holders to stream and download.
Williams played the alien Mork on the late 1970s Boulder-set sitcom.
Williams was a dervish of comedy — tossing off one-liners, biting asides and sidesplitting routines in a blizzard of accents, attitudes and goodhearted energy. He died Monday at 63.
From symphonic concerts to food-inspired festivals, CPR’s Arts Bureau recommends fun things to do with the kids in the coming weeks.