"American Mariachi," by Los Angeles playwright José Cruz González, was workshopped at the 2016 Colorado New Play Summit.
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The new novel "An Uninterrupted View of the Sky" by Melanie Crowder tells the story of two children forced to live in prison after their father is convicted of a drug-related crime.
Organizers of the exhibition say they hope it can be an entry point for people who have never been to the opera.
Colorado artists produced a lot of great music this year, and talked with us about where it came from and what it means.
“La alma” is the Spanish word for soul or spirit.
The state's film commissioner recounts some of the biggest and best movies to come out of Colorado this year.
But overall, says auditor Tim O’Brien, “I think the city is doing a pretty good job."
The second annual Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza taped in front of a live audience at the Newman Center for Performing Arts in Denver.
After more than 30 years making music together, the band is still going strong, stretching musical boundaries on their 11th studio album, “New World Arisin’.”
You see a way to get from point A to B. These artists see cars as symbols for identity and economy.
Just in time for the holidays, here's our annual chat with booksellers about the best books with Western or Colorado themes.
The new album by Denver cornetist Ron Miles takes its title from the slogan used by striking African-American sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968.
Robert Black lugged his massive instrument into the canyons, brought along a recording engineer, and improvised an entire album of music.
Apprentice electricians from the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain convinced the parade to let them build a brand new float.
Willis also discusses her latest book, "A Lot Like Christmas," a collection of short stories inspired by the holiday season.