#97: Evan Mann Artist Evan Mann's sculptural work seems to grow naturally, in an all-white world of amorphous and organic shapes. Even his drawings appear to have begun in one corner and spread across a surface like snowmelt or multiplying cells, growing an idea. When he throws these shapes into a ... More >>
#99: Eve Orenstein New Jersey-born mezzo soprano Eve Orenstein was born into alternative culture: Her mother is a composer and her father an artist and designer who's known for creating the first inflatable furniture back in the '60s. But her own cultural love in life turned out to be opera, a clas ... More >>
Editor's note: As our first 100 Colorado Creatives series came to a close on the eve of Westword's Artopia last month, it became painfully obvious that our work was far from finished. We feel lucky to live and work in a place where the number of creative people is ever-growing, raising the bar of th ... More >>
With summer still hanging in there, this is a good weekend to get out and enjoy the warm weather without breaking the bank. We've rounded up ten activities in the Mile High City -- everything from a beach-themed roller-derby party to watching marathon runners dive into pools pull of sudsy fun -- tha ... More >>
The time for ice cream and outdoor fun is finally here, and there's plenty to do in Denver this weekend that will get you outside without going outside of your budget. You can celebrate National Trails Day with a spectacular hike, mark time at the annual Chalk Art Festival or just stay inside for an ... More >>
Keep drinking that milk, Chauncey.Surf the web globally; read blogs locally. The Nuggets will turn to Anthony Carter to fill in during the short term for groin-injured Chauncey Billups, says Nick Sclafani of the Nugg Doctor. Hope that prescription won't have to be renewed. The Colorado Inde ... More >>
It's not easy being green, especially for the trees on the Auraria Parkway, which are being replanted — again.