Monday, November 8
Catch 'em while you can: Who knows what young phenom will blow your horn during tonight's Lamont Ensemble Concert Series Jazz Night? The big-band extravaganza features three University of Denver musical groups -- the University Jazz Ensemble, the Lamont Jazz Ensemble and the Lamont Jazz Orchestra -- trading eights on the tony stage of Gates Concert Hall in the Newman Center for Performing Arts, 2344 East Iliff Avenue. The free concert begins at 7 p.m; call 303-871-7720 or log on to www.du.edu/lamont.
Tuesday, November 9
Respected Colorado mystery author Stephanie Kane brings back her recurring character, dyslexic trial lawyer Jackie Flowers, in a new courtroom thriller titled Seeds of Doubt, which finds Flowers defending a woman paroled after serving thirty years for the murder of a playmate and now suspected in a new child-murder case. As expected, things aren't necessarily as they seem. Get a sneak peek when Kane reads from and signs copies of her novel tonight at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Tattered Cover Book Store, 2955 East First Avenue. For information, call 303-322-7727 or visit www.tatteredcover.com.
Wednesday, November 10
Few people can speak on the subject of integrity more forcefully than Lynn Brewer, the former Enron exec whose book, House of Cards, tells of her insider experiences at the corrupt corporation -- and who left there after her attempts to alert her supervisors and the U.S. government to corporate wrongdoing failed. Brewer is a perfect choice to provide the keynote address for CU-Boulder's Integrity Week events hosted by the university's student-run Honor Code Council to increase awareness of academic integrity. Perhaps it's just a fancy way of saying you know the difference between right and wrong, but a little integrity never hurt anyone: Hear the dynamic Brewer speak tonight at 7:30 p.m. on campus, in the Cristol Chemistry Building, room 140. Admission is free; for details, call 303-735-0990 or go to www.colorado.edu/academics/honorcode/.