Sage Ann Scheer, a board member since 1992, says the school “has done a 180” after upheavals in 2014.
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A Denver program called Voz y Corazón is using art to reach youth affected by suicide. For one 14-year-old girl, the program means she sees herself as "one of a kind."
A Colorado journalist is part historian, part genealogist, part ghost hunter in her book that explores the legends surrounding her great-great grandmother.
Monika Vischer joins Colorado Matters' Ryan Warner to talk about the summer's High Country classical highlights.
At 82, 92, and 102, you might expect our three guests to be retired. Their love of their art is what keeps them going.
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science explains what our myths, fueled by misinterpretations of evidence or even by outright fraud, can teach us.
From big names to indie bands -- and more: a few suggestions to get your summer off to a musical start.
Smaller organization would see more public cash if voters approve an extension of a metro Denver sales tax in 2016.
176 more artists added to July event, including Kitty Crimes, Clouds & Mountains, Mosey West and more.
The inaugural Shift Festival will also feature Boulder's Frequent Flyers dance troupe and Aspen Music Festival's Robert Spano.
Modest Mouse, Pixies, Iggy Pop and more to perform at Denver's National Western Complex from Aug. 28-30.
In its fourth year, the live dance and music event "Murmuration" moves from Boulder to the Buell Theater at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
'I was crying like a little girl. It’s just incredibly humbling to hear your songs being backed by so many people.'
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center's "Mixed Bag" exhibition captures a range of issues and aesthetics from the state and beyond.
Cooke's his life-long fascination with dinosaurs and prehistoric beasts led to the creation of his band's forthcoming concept album, "Antiquasauria."