Susan Froyd is a Denver native who studied English, Art and finally Journalism at Metro State University, and also managed movie theaters and sold art supplies before landing at Westword in 1992. Decades later, she still feels privileged to serve the vibrant artists in all disciplines who make our town a more engaging place to live.
2 days ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
A former journalist and magazine editor on the interior design, architecture and lifestyle beats, Kate Bailey now helms her own Denver public relations firm, Annabel Media. But since 2014, she’s also turned her entrepreneurial expertise toward giv...
4 days ago | Art
While lively punk scenes thrived in many cities across the U.S. in the late ’70s and early ’80s, San Francisco’s had something the others did not. “It feels like the San Francisco scene is so overlooked, because it was more intellectual and more a...
5 days ago | Arts and Culture
The Denver Handmade Homemade Market, aka the HaHo, started out loosey-goosey in 2011, as little more than a lemonade stand and good-faith swap for things like cottage-industry handcrafts, backyard produce and home-kitchen goods, as well as an expe...
6 days ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
Elise VanDyne, who gave up a successful corporate career to become executive director of the Colorado Maker Hub, is a true believer in all creative industries, from independent crafters to adventurers in robotics and under-the-radar techies and Bu...
6 days ago | Art
Oh, the variety: Metro Denver galleries are set to celebrate book artists from across the U.S., honor the Colorado art dynasty of Charles and Collin Parson, throw open houses with affordable merch for the holidays (or not) and host a DIY art sessi...
7 days ago | Fashion
To know Mona Lucero is to love her: The veteran Denver fashion designer not only works wonders molding fabric to form, but she’s also created her own style milieu, an intelligent, perceptive and pampering platform that imbues simple garments with ...