Josh Hartwell, writer, actor and director, is one of the area's treasures. A modest, diffident soul, he seems to prefer being out of the limelight, but we recently named him one of our 100 Colorado Creatives, and he'll be getting even more attention this week, when he directs George Brant's one-woma ... More >>
"New York City is the culinary mecca of our country, if not the world," declares Hosea Rosenberg. "It's a place like no other, where ingredients and techniques of every conceivable style congregate. It's where the best chefs on the planet come to shine." See also: - The Denver FIVE culinary stars w ... More >>
See Also: - Q&A with Jim James of My Morning Jacket - Profile: Joy Subtraction, 8/2/12 - Q&A with Angry Hand of God Welcome to the weekend! Aren't you glad you hung in there? Your hard work grinding it out this week is about to rewarded handsomely by a pair of back-to-back shows from My Morning Jac ... More >>
David Bromberg's eclectic musical expertise is rooted in the sounds of America. Since the 1960s, the singer and guitarist has drawn from a palette of influences, from bluegrass to ragtime, from country blues to New Orleans jazz. Taking lessons from the legendary Reverend Gary Davis as a Columbia stu ... More >>
Hilary Walshâ€‹Rachael Yamagata released her critically acclaimed debut disc Happenstance in 2004 only to be dumped by her record label, RCA, shortly thereafter. Last year the singer-songwriter and pianist finally resurfaced, on Warner Bros., with the wonderfully ambitious double album Elephants...T ... More >>
Capsule reviews of current shows
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film.
Ghost writer Garland Jeffreys returns to his old haunt: the stage.
Warren Haynes is one mule who's not ungovernable.
Murder By Death's funereal tune marches to a grisly beat.
God's Trombones makes sweet music.
Verse comes to worse at the National Poetry Slam.
For Dennis and Jimmy Flemion of the Frogs, whoring out for The Man is enough to make you croak.
King Missile III returns to target a new herd of sacred cows.
Campbell Scott is looking for lust in all the wrong places.
The last un-foo-foo fellow in Cherry Creek.
Doc Watson has played across five decades of bluegrass music.
The Alice Neel retrospective at the DAM is really something else.
A throat cancer survivor, the Band's Levon Helm can't sing anymore -- but the beat goes on.
How a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era.
Richie Furay found something unexpected on his way to country-rock stardom: salvation.
Stanley Tucci’s Secret is a poignant look at a writer and his curious subject.
A new generation is rediscovering one of Denver's strangest bands.
Al Brooks and Maxine Munt’s theater disbanded last month with little notice. But anyone who ever trod the boards of the Changing Scene gives it rave reviews.
Their mission is to help the homeless, but now the Catholic Workers are trying to keep a roof over their own heads.
Art for Art's Sake
Onetime Blasters guitarist Dave Alvin makes tradition sound new again.
Kate & Anna McGarrigle on their continuing family affair.
The vocalist reinvents herself on a new album.
Rebecca Blasband, veteran of The Real World, is getting on with her real life.
FROM SOUP TO NUTS WITH COURTNEY TAYLOR AND THE DANDY WARHOLS.
AFTER THIRTY YEARS OF SKA WARS, THE SKATALITES ARE STILL FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT.
M. DOUGHTY'S SOUL COUGHING ISN'T CLEARING UP. AND THAT'S GOOD NEWS.
TONY BENNETT IS GETTING OLDER--AND BETTER.