With the pricey switch from 35mm projection systems to Digital Cinema Projection on the horizon, small-town movie theaters face a crisis. As of 2014, the majority of new films as well as re-releases coming out of Hollywood will no longer be produced on 35mm, and the equipment needed to show the new ... More >>
It takes a lot of work to be creative. It takes even more to become a Certified Creative District in Colorado. But for the areas that are successful, it's worth the effort. Born out of a 2011 state law, the Certified Creative Districts program allows areas all over Colorado to apply for financial an ... More >>
During this heated election season, the American public is awash in "free enterprise" rhetoric, reassurances about the benevolence of the wealthy and parables about bootstraps. But these aren't new themes for those on the right side of the aisle; as KLZ Denver radio scripts from the 1940s demonstrat ... More >>
The Governors Mansion looks very good for a hundred-year-old.
While Bill Owens was co-hosting a radio show with Craig Silverman on the afternoon of July 24, Frances Owens, the former First Lady (pictured), was doing her own buddy act with current First Lady Jeannie Ritter, announcing the launch of the Governor's Residence Preservation Fund, part of the centenn ... More >>
Mayor John Hickenlooper and Erin Trapp, director of the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs will announce today -- from New York, no less -- that Denver will host a biennial art extravaganza beginning in 2010. (The pair is in the Big Apple for a confab of the tourist press.) The idea, which has been k ... More >>
From the week of February 26, 2004
Bill Daniels made a fortune bringing cable to the West. But would he agree with how his legacy is being spent?
Cohen Festival honors the literary tradition
As nonprofits fight for SCFD funds, some arts groups could be sqeezed out of the picture.
Can a 24-hour crisis hotline put callers on hold? The state will get back to you on that.
The nation's largest for-profit hospital chain is out to flatten its Denver competition. It's already reshaped the world of local health care.
Who decides on a new rug at the governor's pad? A little-known state commission.