Pretty much everyone who loves food has read Michael Pollan, knows about the argument by Harvard anthropologist Richard Wrangham in his book Catching Fire that cooking is what made us human in the first place, and understands that food is more than a bunch of inert substances whose only function is ... More >>
The Colorado Independent Women in Film program, an annual three-day event at the Bug Theatre that showcases the work of women in the Colorado film industry, opens tomorrow. Packed, a short documentary that follows evacuees of Boulder's Fourmile Canyon Fire in 2010 and describes the possessions they ... More >>
An image from the film "Sweet Lunacy." In today's economy, municipalities seldom have the money to fund even the safest, most predictable art projects, let alone a documentary about rock and roll like 2002's Sweet Lunacy: A Brief History of Boulder Rock, which screens tonight in Boulder. But accord ... More >>
Nomad Theatre may be pulling up stakes after its production of Kimberly Akimbo.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
The history of Boulder’s music scene plays out in a new documentary.
Plans are in the works for a musical retrospective of the People's Republic.