A New York Times article covering the rise of such advance warnings at theaters nationwide highlighted the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
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The Denver singer-songwriter releases 'A Place That Never Changes' next week.
From two-headed dogs to Allen Ginsberg trying to sing, and much more.
Duane Davis and Dave Stidman left their social services job to run the iconic record store. "We were getting tired of saving kids and decided we’d rather corrupt them," Davis said.
The owner of The Bookworm of Edwards and the buyer for the Tattered Cover bookstores weigh in with their picks.
For Lerner, the time was right because the MCA is in a stable place both financially and creatively.
The mountain resort town thanked troll enthusiasts for their passion and patience.
Colorado Matters' resident poet David Rothman penned this ode to the mountains in winter.
The Rolling Stones will perform at Broncos Stadium at Mile High in May 2019.
“Dior: From Paris to the World,” a retrospective spanning 70 years of the famous fashion house, is at the Denver Art Museum through early March.
Composer David Rakowski loves to write piano etudes. He’s created 100 of them. Etudes developed in the 19th century as short practice pieces . They help musicians focus on a technique or build strength or dexterity. Many -- like the etudes of Frederic Chopin -- were also beautiful. David has carried the tradition into the 21st century, writing etudes based on funk riffs and cell phone rings. And one of the pianists who helped him do it is Amy Briggs -- a Boulder-based musician who runs extreme distances in the mountains when she’s not performing or teaching. Hear Amy play five of David Rakowski's etudes, and get the story behind them, in this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
We received dozens of entries to perform at the Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza. Here's our winner.
We received dozens of entries to perform at the Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza. Here's one of our favorites.
The long gap between albums wasn't exactly a break. The band was busy working on side projects, touring worldwide and scoring films.