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.
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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.
Filipina chef Leah Eveleigh brings her culinary skills to a Typhoon Haiyan fundraising event this Sunday before competing on “Cutthroat Kitchen” on the Food Network in January.
The production, adapted for stage from David Guterson's acclaimed novel, closes this weekend.
The new documentary by Alex Gibney is less about the events in l’affair Armstrong than it is about the enigma of this tremendously complex and contradictory man.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most-interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, Dec. 12-15.
After our conversation with a Boulder author about a meaningful, yet brutal hiking experience, listeners reached out with their stories of physically challenging adventures.
Did you know you can train your brain to listen to music in a very different, and far more satisfying way?
The Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership throws its annual holiday party to celebrate the city's diverse Asian community.
Looking for laughs in and around Denver during the holiday season? Comedy writer Josiah Hesse offers five recommendations.
"Guys on Ice," a new show at the Aurora Fox Theater bills itself as "the world's funniest ice fishing musical comedy."