In "Depth of Winter," Sheriff Walt Longmire travels to the Chihuahuan desert of Northern Mexico to rescue his daughter from a cartel.
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The play runs from Sept. 1 through Oct. 13 at the downtown Denver, social justice-focused theater.
There were several all-black towns in Oklahoma in 1906, home to 137,000 African-Americans.
The Denver-born comedian just recorded his first stand-up album at the Bug Theater, and will perform at the High Plains Comedy Festival.
Colorado poet Jovan Mays penned a poem to Glenwood Canyon as part of the Wild I-70 audio tour.
Carter Wilson wrote "Mister Tender's Girl" to explore what the survivor of such a crime would be like as an adult.
Artist Sam Bridgham took the decision in stride: “I plan to Lego bomb the entire surface of the Earth.”
Through art and Rube Goldberg machines, Warm Cookies of the Revolution teaches residents about participatory budgeting in its latest project.
The sacred Navajo symbol is known as the "whirling log" and it still used today in ceremonies and artwork.
Composer Paul Lansky was a pioneer in computer music -- sounds generated and manipulated by a computer. And then, after decades as an innovative composer of computer music, Paul stopped. He switched his focus to writing for live musicians. He's particularly fond of working with percussionists. This is the story of Paul's journey from the frontier of computer music to the pieces he writes now. You'll also hear a complete performance of "Travel Diary" -- a percussion piece played by the Meehan/Perkins Duo, recorded live at the Bravo! Vail music festival -- in this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
“I started looking at other nursery rhymes and I realized how they’re sort of creepy already,” Stacy Fahrion says. “I can just intensify the creepiness a little bit.”
Dierks Bentley Fell In Love With Colorado Playing In Telluride. Now He's Starting His Own Music Festival
The country singer recorded his new album, "The Mountain," in Telluride and launches his own festival in Buena Vista over Labor Day weekend.
The album's 20 tracks include performances from the Grateful Dead, the Lumineers and Sharon Jones.