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2009 Stories by Amber Taufen

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  • Kids Gone Wild

    published June 4, 2009

    Every year, the Sheridan Opera House gives back to the Telluride community through the Wild West Fest, which starts June 8 and runs through... More >>

  • Vocal Locals

    published June 4, 2009

    When the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver absorbed Belmar’s Laboratory of Art and Ideas, it added a few twists to the Lab’s... More >>

  • Modern Living

    published June 4, 2009

    They say style goes in cycles, but for fans of mid-century modern design, clean lines and make-a-statement colors will always be fashionable.... More >>

  • Film on the Mountain

    published May 21, 2009

    Despite the plethora of film festivals open to the public in the metro area and beyond, there’s no festival quite like Telluride’s... More >>

  • Myth America

    published May 21, 2009

    Sita Sings the Blues, an animated full-length feature, made its Denver debut at the Starz Denver International Film Festival last... More >>

  • Altared States

    published May 21, 2009

    If you could put together the perfect boy band, what would the elements be? You’d need a leader (Matthew); a sweet, sensitive singer (Mark);... More >>

  • Lily Red, White and Blue

    published May 14, 2009

    Lily Burana began her writing career as a columnist and editor for punk and alternative zines. She was also a stripper, starting off in... More >>

  • Win, Wink

    published May 14, 2009

    Are you curious about the current burlesque renaissance and the women who are learning to take it off? If so, you won’t want to miss A... More >>

  • Best Foot Forward

    published May 7, 2009

    “We are focusing on design this entire year at DAVA,” explains Viviane Le Courtois, program manager for Downtown Aurora Visual Arts.... More >>

  • Dance the Day Away

    published May 7, 2009

    It’s Mother’s Day, which means most children will be showing their love via a bouquet of flowers and a nice brunch somewhere -- complete... More >>

  • U.S.A. Today

    published May 7, 2009

    World travelers are always nattering on and on about how fabulous it is to immerse oneself in the culture of another country. And that’s... More >>

  • Old Meets New

    published May 7, 2009

    As a graphic designer, Andrew Hoffman often finds himself “on the computer, doing really modern, visual graphic design.” So he describes... More >>

  • Today's Featured Event: Here's how to play 52 Pick Up

    published May 01, 2009

    The plot behind the innovative 52-scene play The production called 52 Pick Up is simple. A couple meets. They fall in love. Then, they fall out of love. And they break up. What makes the productio... More >>

  • Today's Featured Event: Lost Film Festival

    published Apr 30, 2009

    VJ Scott Beibin's Lost Film Festival is a law unto itself. Although it can be loosely compared to work by such artists as Negativland, Pee-wee Herman or the Marx Brothers, its anti-corporate vibe an... More >>

  • Now Beer This

    published April 30, 2009

    Maverick author Tom Robbins is known for his whimsical (yet well-researched) forays into little-known crevices of our planet -- from peyote trips... More >>

  • Word Roundup

    published April 30, 2009

    SETH was at the very first Poetry Rodeo, which took place twenty years ago at the now-defunct Muddy’s Java Cafe. He got together with... More >>

  • Today's Featured Event: Jon Ginoli signs Deflowered

    published Apr 29, 2009

    Like oil and water, punk-rock and queer lifestyles just don't seem to mix well, despite a shared penchant for edgy fashion and a fuck-the-system attitude. Which is what made Pansy Division -- the ve... More >>

  • Today's Featured Event: ACLU's "Naked in Boulder" panel discussion

    published Apr 28, 2009

    When we think of Boulder, we think of beautiful hiking trails, football hooligans and trust-fund hippies. After all, Boulder prides itself on being free and open, which is why the annual Halloween s... More >>

  • Today's Featured Event: Objectified Screening with Directory Gary Hustwit

    published Apr 27, 2009

    How many different manufactured objects do you lay hands on in an average day? From the moment you hit the snooze button on your alarm clock until the moment you switch off the lights and snuggle in... More >>

  • Topsy Turvy

    published April 23, 2009

    When photographer Tom Parsons began conceptualizing portraits to shoot of his friends and family, he decided to play with gravity: He placed large... More >>

  • Tiptoe Through the Tulips

    published April 23, 2009

    Every fall for dozens of years, the City of Boulder has planted 15,000 tulip bulbs that begin to peep their heads above the ground each spring,... More >>

  • Wit and Wisdom

    published April 16, 2009

    I’m always on the lookout for wise women, whether I’m hoping to emulate them or just wishing a bit of their knowledge might rub off on... More >>

  • Tea and Talk

    published April 16, 2009

    “Traditionally, teahouses in China have been kind of a center of community, a place where people gather and talk and share ideas,” says... More >>

  • Felix da Housecat

    published April 16, 2009

    You can't talk about house music without bringing up Chicago, and you'd be remiss to discuss Chicago house without dropping Felix da Housecat's... More >>

  • We Will Rock You

    published April 9, 2009

    Two years ago, the Colorado Rockies came close to taking home Major League Baseball’s biggest prize, but they lost the World Series to... More >>

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