Denver native Susan Froyd studied English, Art and finally Journalism at Metro State University of Denver, and also managed movie theaters, sold art supplies and was a buyer in the stationery and greeting card industry, before landing at the weekly Denver newspaper Westword as Arts and Culture Editor in 1992. Twenty-two years of coverage later, she’s still at it and not over her love affair with Denver’s cultural scene. Not so much a critic as she is a cheerleader for the city’s fine- and performing-arts communities, Susan feels privileged to serve all the vibrant artists in all disciplines who make our town a more engaging place to live.
20 hours ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
If it has to do with sound and music, Gary Grundei’s done it: As a performer, composer, music director, sound designer, pianist and teacher, he’s stitched together a creative career in stage and theater, right up front and behind the scenes — when...
5 days ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
A recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Denver artist/activist Cory Feder brings an intensely personal point of view back to her home town of Denver, where she now supports and works among the city’s close-knit DIY community.
8 days ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
Jonny DeStefano is the prime example of a Denver renaissance man; the creative entrepreneur has his hands full running Deer Pile, the venue above City, O’City, and, with his life partner Christy Thacker, the monthly local arts and culture zine, Bi...
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11 days ago | Arts and Culture
It’s been nearly eight years since Amy and Doug Yetman debuted their Horseshoe Market in the parking lot of a mortuary in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood. The craft and vintage market was small and highly curated then, and despite Denver's growth, ...