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  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Kevin O'Brien
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Kevin O'Brien

    published Oct 07, 2014

    #53: Kevin O'Brien A fixture in the local standup scene, Kevin O'Brien takes that scene a step or two forward every time he takes the mic. He's also served as the host of Arguments and Grievances, on... More >>

  • Three Book and Poetry Events in Denver for the Week of October 6-12
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    Three Book and Poetry Events in Denver for the Week of October 6-12

    published Oct 06, 2014

    This week you can cheer on performance poets or listen thoughtfully to the literary variety; if you prefer novels to poetry, you can hear the author of one runaway bestseller discuss his next book. Ke... More >>

  • Wrong Place, Right Time

    published September 25, 2014

    Professional actors take their work seriously; in turn, they hope to have that work respected by their audiences. But once in a while, even the... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Five Shows to See on the First Friday of October in Denver
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    Gallery Sketches: Five Shows to See on the First Friday of October in Denver

    published Oct 03, 2014

    Anything goes on First Friday, and in October, some of the goings-on take a spooky turn for the witching season. Whether you're looking for highbrow or lowbrow, we've got a selection that covers both;... More >>

  • Glass Gardens

    published September 18, 2014

    It’s a good year in Colorado for lovers of artist Dale Chihuly’s large-scale glass works, with two major exhibits opening along the... More >>

  • Tea and Sympathy

    published September 18, 2014

    In only its second season, Theatre Esprit Asia is on the rise; as TEA co-director Tria Xiong notes, the pan-Asian company was the toast of last... More >>

  • Playbill: Three Plays to See in Denver for October 2-5
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    Playbill: Three Plays to See in Denver for October 2-5

    published Oct 02, 2014

    An opera star for the ages, funny family dynamics and Shakespeare -- as well as stage innovations, from unusual venues to free admission -- are all part of this weekend's theater openings. Keep readin... More >>

  • Knit Wits

    published September 25, 2014

    The annual Taste of Iceland tour is best known for promoting the food, drink and music of Iceland, but when the 2014 version comes to town, it... More >>

  • A Gay Old Time

    published September 25, 2014

    Improv veteran Sarah Kirwin thought the time was ripe for an LGBT troupe in Denver, so she hooked up with fellow improv artists Jon Jon Lannen,... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Amy Yetman
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Amy Yetman

    published Sep 30, 2014

    #54: Amy Yetman Amy Yetman knows outdoor markets. Wandering through the big-city craft and flea markets of Boston and Chicago gave her a good idea of the kind of fair she'd like to see in Denver -- a... More >>

  • Photos: Knitters Yarn Storm Civic Center Park at Taste of Iceland's Saturday Event
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    Photos: Knitters Yarn Storm Civic Center Park at Taste of Iceland's Saturday Event

    published Sep 29, 2014

    Taste of Iceland brought yarn-storming fanatic Linda Björk Eiríksdóttir all the way from trendy Reykjavík to Denver, to help local knitters and other fiber-graffitists beautify the trees in Civic ... More >>

  • Three Book and Poetry Events for the Week of September 29-0ctober 5
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    Three Book and Poetry Events for the Week of September 29-0ctober 5

    published Sep 29, 2014

    This week, you can mix your bedtime reading with explorations of beer-making and improving health through medical marijuana, or just enjoy an old-fashioned open-mic poetry reading at the Arvada Center... More >>

  • The Way of the Warrior

    published September 18, 2014

    Perhaps it started decades ago with Toshiro Mifune and Seven Samurai, but who knows? Whatever the case, Americans have an ongoing love... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Four Shows and Art Events in Denver for September 26-28
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    Gallery Sketches: Four Shows and Art Events in Denver for September 26-28

    published Sep 26, 2014

    This weekend, visit with an artist-in-residence as he paints, check out what's new at the Denver Art Museum, begin a three-show odyssey with a top-notch Colorado sculptor or just have some fun with a ... More >>

  • When in Reykjavík -- or Denver: Linda Björk Eiríksdóttir on the Art of Yarn Storming
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    When in Reykjavík -- or Denver: Linda Björk Eiríksdóttir on the Art of Yarn Storming

    published Sep 26, 2014

    Yarnbombing or yarn storming, as it's called in places like the UK and Iceland, is an international revolution; here in Denver, the Ladies Fancywork Society's work has brightened random street corners... More >>

  • Street Smarts

    published September 11, 2014

    Director Maruca Salazar never really thought of the Museo de las Américas, her Latino-culture stronghold that holds everything from folk... More >>

  • This Modern World

    published September 11, 2014

    When we think of Japanese prints, we tend to envision the “floating world” woodblock prints of nineteenth-century artists like Hokusai... More >>

  • Let's Put on a Show!

    published September 18, 2014

    One of Denver's smallest but hippest galleries, DATELINE, continues its run of eclectic shows with a summer-ending, mostly local group effort,... More >>

  • Three Plays and Performances in Denver for September 25-28
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    Three Plays and Performances in Denver for September 25-28

    published Sep 25, 2014

    This week, Shakespeare goes to the ballet and the classic tales of Edgar Allen Poe go for a hike in Boulder, while Aurora's Vintage Theatre brings back a poignant musical about married life. Continue ... More >>

  • Pippin Fresh

    published September 4, 2014

    As summer segues into autumn, the Denver Center Attractions theater season is up and running with Pippin, a Tony Award-winning... More >>

  • Flea Fall

    published September 18, 2014

    In May, the inaugural Denver Flea drew thousands for a flea-market shopping spree in City Park. But for today’s fall installment, the... More >>

  • Beer Here

    published September 18, 2014

    There are many easy reasons to spend an afternoon and evening drinking beer and listening to free music with your neighbors, but Paul Nashak of... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Sandra Fettingis
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Sandra Fettingis

    published Sep 23, 2014

    #55: Sandra Fettingis Sandra Fettingis, one of RedLine's newest artist/residents, works in geometric patterns that powerfully repeat in sculptural installations, murals and even jewelry, with a resul... More >>

  • Five Book and Poetry Events for the Week of September 22-28
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    Five Book and Poetry Events for the Week of September 22-28

    published Sep 22, 2014

    This week's picks include a how-to book for folks not willing to accept a first diagnosis and a four-event poetry marathon, held in tandem with readings around the world. Read on for the details. Se... More >>

  • A Whole New World

    published September 11, 2014

    During his 27 years working on the Uptown Sampler restaurant crawl (including fourteen as event director), Paul Weiss has seen... More >>

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