1 day ago | Literature
Someone said poetry is the art of juxtaposition, and this work week's book-ended (get it?) readings offer a convenient study: A nineteenth-century lawman sets out to take back his tarnished reputation from the bandit who framed him and ends up fal...
4 days ago | Literature
Denver author Danica Favorite estimates she wrote between 15 and 20 novels before she got the first one published — so many, at any rate, she can't even recall the exact number. Romance novels tend to draw snickers from the literary crowd, bu...
6 days ago | Music News
Hunting hot new local music takes commitment – many of us devote our otherwise worthless lives to it — but not everyone has that kind of time. Now, as it turns out, there’s an app for that. Or at least there will be. “We’re very, very new,” says M...
6 days ago | Art News
The night before applications opened for studio apartments at the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus in the remodeled Loveland Feed and Grain building, artists started lining up around the block. “It was midnight and like minus 20 degrees,” recalls Mar...
6 days ago | Previews
Luigi Ramirez’s dad rolls up in a van with flames painted on the hood, and two little kids — Luigi’s brother and sister — get out and start hauling drum stands to the tent. Luigi, skinny and dressed in black, lugs the kick. A pudgy dude in khaki s...
8 days ago | Literature
Is it any coincidence that Bridget Foley's childhood home of Littleton provides the setting for Hugo & Rose, her debut novel of dreams, obsession and suburban ennui? Childhood homes tend to exert a powerful influence on the subconscious, and t...