A decade ago artist Jim Howard came to Denver for a paper doll convention, visiting from his home in Taos. That's when Rachel Hoffman, operations manager for local antiques and rare doll shop Turn of the Century Antiques, met him. And as she got to know Howard, she discovered that he wasn't just a m ... More >>
A Hollywood stylist before the term was even coined, costume designer Edith Head was the imagination behind the wardrobes for hundreds of films. For decades, the petite, behind-the-scenes boss oversaw a majority of Paramount's clothing-design work, dressing stars like Elizabeth Taylor and Bette Davi ... More >>
Fall is almost upon us, which means it's Tori Amos season! As the weather turned, we stumbled upon Eric Garcia, a guy who may have a professional day job, but still has fun with his wardrobe. Continue reading to discover his fashion philosophy, where he shops, and what he keeps in his backpack. S ... More >>
Today Randy Weeks is president of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and executive director of Denver Center Attractions, but when he first met impresario Robert Garner in 1978, he was an undergraduate three courses shy of his marketing degree and looking for a summer box-office job. Garn ... More >>
Rob Christensen BRANDON FLOWERS With Fran Healy 11.18.10 | Ogden Theatre It's almost not fair to call Fran Healy an opener. The Scottish front man of acoustic indie rock band Travis has plenty of experience headlining shows. He's got an engaging stage presence -- and the star power to pack the hou ... More >>
Go on a bar crawl with a long-dead cinema star tonight when Matthew Martin, Bette Davis impersonator extraordinaire, leads a Bette Davis Bar Crawl in anticipation of the October 30 Awful Things in Denver party being thrown by the Denver Public Library's Fresh City Life. The crawl starts at 8 ... More >>
Join the Denver librarys celebration of sidekicks and second bananas.
Nick Sugar camps up a classic at the Avenue Theater.
Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert peddle Candy not everybody wants.
The Central Library
Wednesday, July 14, Coors Amphitheater, 303-830-8497.
Musical celebrates the "M" word -- loudly
The music rings true in the sanitized Hi-Hat Hattie.
McClinton just keeps rolling along
The John Sayles Club scores with its favorite director.
Female stars of Hollywood's Golden Era shine again in the Screen Divas series.
It never blinks -- even when we wish it would.
Gillian Anderson takes on Edith Wharton and gives a dazzling performance.
Six actors make beautiful music together in Duets.
Sean Penn fails to bring life to the Villa.
All About My Mother lives up to its billing as a "screwball drama."
Working through the formative years of the Rock*A*Teens.
Long Before "Asteroid," moviemakers made their mark on Colorado. A guide to some high and low points.
Streisand's funhouse Mirror warps her strengths into rare weaknesses.