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2013 Stories by Susan Froyd

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  • Heat in the Kitchen

    published December 26, 2013

    Breaking bread in the kitchen is a major part of the human experience, wherever you live, but Museo de las Américas director Maruca Salazar... More >>

  • Lives Well Lived

    published October 10, 2013

    Everyone’s got one lurking inside, but not many folks discover the secret to unleashing a successful creative life. Still, an impressive... More >>

  • Picture Hangers

    published December 19, 2013

    What goes on behind the scenes at an art museum usually stays behind the scenes. That’s about to change as MCA Denver turns its local-themed... More >>

  • Animal Dreams

    published December 26, 2013

    Nothing gets folks into the holiday spirit more readily than holiday lights — there's just something about the way the whole world turns... More >>

  • Wet and Cold

    published December 26, 2013

    Think of the last thing you would ever dream of doing on a chill winter’s day, and that’s how you could, um, celebrate the new year.... More >>

  • Village People

    published December 26, 2013

    There’s a holiday for everyone, and in the African-American community, today marks Umoja. It’s the first of seven days of... More >>

  • Blind Ambitions

    published November 28, 2013

    RedLine Gallery has a reputation for housing exhibitions with a global stretch, but once annually, it shines the spotlight on its greatest asset:... More >>

  • Short and Sweet

    published December 26, 2013

    You’ve seen one Nutcracker, you’ve seen them all? Not quite, says the Colorado Ballet’s Sanya Andersen-Vie, who promises that... More >>

  • Friends remember Denver gallery owner Robin Rule, who died last weekend
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    Friends remember Denver gallery owner Robin Rule, who died last weekend

    published Dec 31, 2013

    On Sunday, December 29, a quiet ripple passed through the Internet as the news came out that longtime Denver gallerist and curator Robin Rule had passed away, leaving a long trail of mourning artists ... More >>

  • Ring in the New Year before midnight at these offbeat events
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    Ring in the New Year before midnight at these offbeat events

    published Dec 31, 2013

    We all have our New Year's Eve rituals -- from parties wild or romantic to a quiet toast at home. Some folks turn in before the clock even strikes midnight, and in Denver, others will be bundling up t... More >>

  • The People’s Podcast

    published December 26, 2013

    For most of the year, These Things Matter podcast hosts Taylor Gonda and Kevin O’Brien stick to a tried-and-true script: They... More >>

  • Fifteen arts flashbacks from 2013
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    Fifteen arts flashbacks from 2013

    published Dec 30, 2013

    In 2013, we've gone to Paris at the Denver Art Museum and invited the rest of the world in for the city's second Biennial of the Americas, visited galleries in garages and warehouses, and found unexp... More >>

  • Tradition, Chicano-style

    published December 19, 2013

    You might think of it as a New Mexican Christmas pageant, but the tradition from which Luis Valdez's adaptation of La Pastorela... More >>

  • Cleo's Different Drum

    published December 12, 2013

    Cleo Parker Robinson Dance's multicultural, multigenerational Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum has been upending The... More >>

  • The Wheel Deal

    published December 19, 2013

    While all of Boulder ramps up for the January National Cyclo-Cross Championships, the Dairy Center for the Arts is right in step: Its huge Bike... More >>

  • Krampus Your Style

    published December 19, 2013

    Krampus, as you might or might not know, is the anti-Santa, a hairy horned beast of Germanic and Eastern European origins who takes care of all... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Reflections on an arts journalist's year well-spent
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Reflections on an arts journalist's year well-spent

    published Dec 26, 2013

    I've been at Westword for a long time, and during that two-decade stretch, my job description has changed and morphed. But in the present, I'm enjoying a renaissance of pure, unabashed fandom. This pr... More >>

  • Photos: The new 1UP Colfax shows off the joint with Heebonism 2013
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    Photos: The new 1UP Colfax shows off the joint with Heebonism 2013

    published Dec 26, 2013

    While their Christian brethren gathered in churches and around the tree with family and friends on Christmas Eve, Denver's young professional Jewish community came out to party at Heebonism 2013, whic... More >>

  • Like Mother, Like Son

    published December 5, 2013

    Denver theater patriarch Henry Lowenstein -- a painter and set designer in his own right, as well as a foundational pillar at the old Bonfils... More >>

  • Feeling Blue

    published December 12, 2013

    Denver’s modern public-art program has been growing since 1988, when it was established under Federico Peña’s watch; over the... More >>

  • One-Man Circus

    published December 12, 2013

    With Screw Tooth, Adam Stone doesn’t do theater like anyone else. It’s almost as if he were a step ahead of your expectations, off and... More >>

  • Happy Holidays, and keep the arts and culture coming

    published Dec 24, 2013

    We're taking a break, but it won't be for long -- after spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with our families and friends, Westword's Show and Tell team will be back on the job early Thursday, De... More >>

  • Ballet up to the Bar

    published December 12, 2013

    You stop at the bar for a drink and two people begin to dance around you, spinning stellar choreography with light feet and a beautiful twist,... More >>

  • The Preach Pit

    published December 12, 2013

    The story of how evangelical Americans sparked a venomous wave of fundamentalist religious thought and anti-gay sentiment and legislation in... More >>

  • MCA Denver's Adam Lerner over-caffeinates while recapping 2013
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    MCA Denver's Adam Lerner over-caffeinates while recapping 2013

    published Dec 20, 2013

    There's nothing stuffy about Adam Lerner, whose whimsical yet intellectual sensibility propels everything that happens at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, where he's the museum's director and "... More >>

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