For the past eleven years, Colorado Inside Out, the weekly public affairs roundtable on Colorado Public Television, has taken an annual trip in the Colorado Time Machine. The show's reported on current events of 1912 (last year's show, when I played Margaret "Molly" Brown or 1951 (the 2011 episode, ... More >>
Raj Chohan is a pro. While working -- hard -- as a reporter at CBS4, he was also attending law school. When he became a full-time lawyer, it was definitely a loss to journalism -- but at least viewers got to watch him every Friday, as the host of Colorado Inside Out, Colorado Public Television's pub ... More >>
Mrs. J. J. Brown was never known as Molly. She cared much more about helping the poor in turn-of-the-last-century Denver than she did with crashing what passed for high society. She did not strip to her corset while rowing lifeboat #6 after the sinking of the Titanic, although she kept the group goi ... More >>
Every year for the past decade, Colorado Inside Out, the weekly Colorado Public Television public-affairs show on which I'm a regular, takes a trip back in time. And for the last three years, those journeys have been awarded with a regional Emmy -- including one announced Saturday night.
Ethel as Annie.While hired guns fight over the future of the iconic National Western Stock Show, at 8 p.m. tonight Colorado Public Television takes a trip to a quieter time -- back to 1951, when a newfangled media form known as "television" was sweeping the country, kids were learning to "duc ... More >>
Ruthless! the Musical is a lovable, loving sendup.
The Country Dinner Playhouse breathes life into Gypsy.
Country Dinner Playhouse serves the predictable with Anything Goes.
Ike-Witness to History
New York Pizzeria serves the next best thing to eating there.
Ruthless! puts pop culture into the humor blender.
You'll flip your wig for the Lida Project's Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
The bouncy I Love a Piano celebrates Irving Berlin's songwriting legacy.
Anything Goes sails on a sea of stylishly frothy fun.
Annie Get Your Gun aims high and misses badly.
The skies opened up on the Westword Music Showcase. But the bands played on.
You're Sensational: Cole Porter in the '20s, '40s, & '50s/Cole Porter Centennial Collection, Volume 2 (Indiana Historical Society/Koch International Classics)
The Aggie Theater may trade the PA for pool tables.
Satire Restaurant & Lounge
Trash-novel queen Jacqueline Susann is turned into pulp in Isnít She Great.
Part one of a pre-millennial salute to the music that made America sing.
Putting the season's major releases to the test.