A closer look at the financial health of Colorado cultural institutions Opera Colorado, The Colorado Ballet and the Colorado Symphony.
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As 2013 comes to a close and 2014 approaches, Colorado arts and entertainment journalist April E. Clark offers some ideas of arts and culture events to check out on the Western Slope.
A compilation of favorite conversations on Colorado Matters with authors about their books.
The original 1967 film "Bonnie and Clyde" was, and still is, dangerous and unsettling. The new TV miniseries "Bonnie and Clyde" is like a dull photo of a thrilling experience.
To mark the 125th anniversary of the Geological Society of America, based in Boulder, a local composer wrote “Formations.” It's a symphony inspired by Colorado’s geology through the years.
The new movie has been nominated for a host of year-end awards, including three Golden Globes and a Screen Actor’s Guild nomination for Judi Denver.
Denver Pastor Nadia-Bolz Weber and the congregation at House for All Sinners and Saints are trying to do something simple yet radical: create an authentic Christian experience.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most-interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, Dec. 19-22.
Birthed in the 1920s, swing dance is still alive and well in Denver and beyond, as floors open to beginners and experts most nights.
How does an artist decide when to take a risk that might betray a viewer’s trust? CPR's arts editor hosts a discussion with artist Nikki Pike and curator Carmen Winant.
As the U.S. pulls out of Afghanistan, one Coloradan who's just returned from two years in the country, is worried that progress slowed, especially when it comes to women's rights.
Freeski super pipe and slopestyle are among the events debuting at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Several athletes training at Vail hope to represent Team USA in these events.