#47: Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin are multi-taskers at the Denver Center Theatre Company: Miller is a techno whiz for DCTC shows, while Tarquin coordinates new productions. But on the side -- the off-center, you might say -- they curate the DCTC's underground se ... More >>
The 35mm films are in place, and the University of Colorado Denver music students have their instruments ready. The Denver Silent Film Festival runs tomorrow through Sunday at the King Center on the Auraria campus, with screenings of silent-era classics and some lesser-known gems. We asked artisti ... More >>
It's true: once upon a time in the '90s, Mike Doughty was the leader of Soul Coughing, the New York-based art rock band that found MTV-ish success with its single, "Super Bon Bon." Since disbanding Soul Coughing more than a decade ago, Doughty has thrust himself head-on into a solo career, and recen ... More >>
Jason StoffBig Boi, shown here at this past weekend's Pitchfork Festival, dominated our playlists. As people who think about, talk about, listen to and make music, the most common question we encounter is, "What are you listening to right now?" So whether you're looking for recommendations, ... More >>
Hop on the train with Buster Keaton.
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie's gone before. And that's a good thing.
Steer clear of Zelda…and Jake Plummer.
A French master's WWII classic emerges from the vaults.
The Merchant of Venice leaves us shortchanged.
Maybe it's time for this blade to stop swinging.
Two vintage cinemas mark seventy-plus years of enchanting Denver.
The Art of Silent Film brings wordless rapture back to the silver screen.
J.M. Barrie gets a Hollywood makeover in Finding Neverland.
Bad Santa is crude and rude and the jolliest Christmas movie ever.
Chautauqua Silent Film Series
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously.
August 13 - 19, 1998
Reviews of 23 recent superstar recordings--just in time for your holiday purchasing pleasure.
DENVER NATIVE BILL FRISELL RETURNS FOR AN EXCURSION INTO COLORADO JAZZ.