CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, March 20-23.
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We've had Esme Patterson in our CPR Performance Studio before, both solo and with her band Paper Bird. But we couldn't wait to get her back in to the station to perform some fiery cuts from "Woman to Woman" with her new band.
A hip-hop artist is using chess to teach a group of high school students how to write and perform their own music – and learn valuable life lessons.
A national organization based in Boulder is targeting Denver and five other cities to advocate for bike lanes separated from car traffic.
In this first installment of our new Book Club series for radio and web, award-winning Colorado-based authors Lisa Jones, Peter Heller and Helen Thorpe discuss books by Kate Atkinson, James Lee Burke and Alice McDermott.
The Denver Center Theater Company lifts the curtain on its new season, which includes a reworking of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” and a stage adaptation of “Lord of the Flies."
The producer and co-founder of the annual female-oriented movie event chats about this year’s offerings and the climate for women working in cinema today.
What critics are saying about the ensemble's current concert tour.
Boulder author TaraShea Nesbit provided us with a chapter from her new novel "The Wives of Los Alamos."
Hear the violinist performing as a soloist and member of the Carpe Diem String Quartet.
In her debut novel, Boulder author TaraShea Nesbit writes about the wives of Manhattan Project scientists who left everything they knew and moved to the New Mexico desert. Their husbands couldn’t tell them they were developing the atomic bomb.
Five questions with Rachel Chaparro of the Bringing Back the Arts Foundation, which held its annual music competition for Denver Public School students last Sunday at the Bluebird Theater.