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  • THRILLS

    published December 28, 1994

    Wednesday December 28 The opposite sax: The Creative Music Works continues its Frontiers: Explorations in Out Music series tonight with an... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published December 21, 1994

    Wednesday December 21 A matter of chorus: Acclaimed lyric soprano Faith Esham and the Denver Gay Men's Chorus will get together tonight at... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published December 14, 1994

    Wednesday December 14 Out there: Improvisation--a staple of the jazz aesthetic--is only the springboard for the kind of sounds you'll hear during... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published December 7, 1994

    Wednesday December 7 Beethoven's 224th: Who knows what leonine Ludwig might have gone on to accomplish were he still around to party--perhaps the... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published November 30, 1994

    Wednesday November 30 Feed the Meters: Truly, it's hard to say no to any configuration of former Meters members. So tonight, when the Founders of... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published November 23, 1994

    Wednesday November 23 Touchy subject: Modern issues and sexual politics get an incendiary workout during David Mamet's play Oleanna--in previews... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published November 16, 1994

    Wednesday November 16 Jazz on the rocks: Thought-provoking, avant-garde music hasn't exactly been a mainstay here in stolid old Denver, but that... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published November 9, 1994

    Wednesday November 9 All keyed up: Classical music will never seem the same after you've attended one of Jeffrey Siegel's Keyboard Conversations,... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published November 2, 1994

    Wednesday November 2 Signs of life: A bout with spinal meningitis left Peter Cook permanently deaf at the age of three, but that hasn't kept the... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published October 26, 1994

    Wednesday October 26 Hollywood and race: Young African-American filmmakers may have recently carved a brilliant niche in the artistic life of the... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published October 19, 1994

    Wednesday October 19 Too many spooks: A fascinating footnote in U.S. history becomes a focal point in tonight's segment of PBS's The American... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published October 12, 1994

    Wednesday October 12 Favorite haunts: That black pall hanging over the city is a little bit eerie, but...not to worry. It happens every year as... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published October 5, 1994

    Wednesday October 5 American flyers: Sometime between the early Seventies and today, Boston rockers Aerosmith rose from the status of... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published September 28, 1994

    Wednesday September 28 Back in action: In the real world, there are few things you can really count on to be pleasing all the time, but the Cleo... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published September 21, 1994

    Wednesday September 21 Meal ticket: Boulder's favorite home and gourmet store (actually two stores) is throwing a four-day Peppercorn Anniversary... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published September 14, 1994

    Wednesday September 14 Tommy, can we see you? Yes, we can. Pete Townshend's brilliant and durable rock opera, Tommy, transformed over the years... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published September 7, 1994

    Wednesday September 7 The thrill of the hunt: No matter what side of the hunting dispute you straddle, a new book written by nature writer Ken... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published August 31, 1994

    Wednesday August 31 Evil lurks in Arvada: Local author David Van Meter set his new book, Necessary Evil, in suburban Philadelphia, which is where... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published August 24, 1994

    Wednesday August 24 Mambo king: Denver's best-kept secret this week may very well be the two nights of outdoor performances being put on by Tito... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published August 17, 1994

    Wednesday August 17 King of the off-road: You could call it a last hurrah for summer mountain bikers, or it might just be a hearty affirmation of... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published August 10, 1994

    Wednesday August 10 Tuff enuff: Listen to the album Strange Pleasure and you'll wonder why Jimmie Vaughan didn't leave the Fabulous Thunderbirds... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published August 3, 1994

    Wednesday August 3 Fair of the day: There's nothing like a good old country fair for a dose of plain folks, good eats and rip-snorting... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published July 27, 1994

    Wednesday July 27 Across the Miles: A mountain vacation doesn't necessarily mean roughing it--big-city amenities are all at one's disposal,... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published July 20, 1994

    Wednesday July 20 Tumbling tumbleweeds: Ranger Doug, Too Slim and Woody Paul, better known as Riders in the Sky, will dismount in Denver tonight... More >>

  • THRILLS

    published July 13, 1994

    Wednesday July 13 Shelling it out: Native American literature no longer languishes on the cultural back burner--author Paula Gunn Allen now... More >>

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