Revenue from Red Rocks Amphitheatre has been steadily increasing, according to numbers provided by the city of Denver, which owns Red Rocks. In 2006, for example, the iconic venue pulled in $5.7 million in revenue, and the total five years ago was just over $7 million. By 2013, the projected revenue ... More >>
Doors Open Denver will be back for its tenth-anniversary edition this weekend. "We've got everything the same and more of it," says event organizer Jane Potts. But one thing is different: Denver Arts & Venues has cut way back on its involvement. "The City is a sponsor again this year, but we're work ... More >>
If you've heard the considerably poignant "Same Love," then you know exactly what Macklemore's stance on same sex relationships is. But just in case there was even the slightest bit of ambiguity, the Seattle rapper (aka Ben Haggerty), who's slated to make his debut on Saturday Night Live this weeken ... More >>
Although an official announcement from the Denver Department of Arts & Venues is due later this week, motorists and pedestrians passing on Speer Boulevard right now have no doubt noticed that the signage on the Colorado Convention Center theater is changing. Five years after acquiring the naming rig ... More >>
Denver's Civic Center just added another attraction. Coral Sphere, a sculpture by Yvonne Domenge, was installed this morning in front of the McNichols Building. The two-ton, blue-steel sculpture was previously on display at the Boeing Galleries of Millennium Park in Chicago; it will now reside in De ... More >>
Earlier this week, a creative art bomber added a bit of bathroom humor to the iconic Big Blue Bear sculpture that stands outside the Colorado Convention Center. And like most unsanctioned art -- remember the ball and chain? -- it was quickly removed. But not forgotten. "We still have it, and it's t ... More >>
Mixed martial arts competition is getting vicious -- outside the ring.
The prehistoric World Tour arrives to rock Denver
He was kicked out of a recent career fair, but Bill Coleman always stands out on the job.