#98: Rian Kerrane Galway girl Rian Kerrane came to Colorado in 2002 to teach sculpture at the University of Colorado Denver, but her installations in mixed media and cast iron have an international reach, from the galleries of RedLine and Edge to others in her home country of Ireland. Perfectly com ... More >>
Music is life -- or at least it is for us. When we're not writing about it, we're thinking about it, talking about it or listening to it. These are the things that were in heavy rotation for us this week. What are you listening to? What should we be listening to? C'mon, now. Sharing is caring. Don't ... More >>
Irish drinking songs may seem fairly simple to the casual listener. The main theme is in the title, right? These are songs concerned with alcohol of any kind, tunes in 4/4 that are easy to clap along with during St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Though that may be the kind of criteria that guides thos ... More >>
Put up or shut up. After a group of Democratic leaders staged a press conference last week to demand that Mitt Romney release more of his tax returns, ABC News asked the group if they would make public their 1040s, too. Several refused to do so -- but not Aspen Mayor Mick Ireland, whose tax posture ... More >>
Bobby Long takes over the Walnut Room with Ian Cooke for a night of swooning, heartthrobbing goodness. The English singer-songwriter had his first big break thanks to the Twilight soundtrack, but his rough and beautiful voice has shown Long to be more than just a pretty face. (7 p.m. doors, 2 ... More >>
Spiderman: Much better at saving the world than Bono.Bono recently took time out of his busy touring schedule to save his investment opportunity, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark -- a Broadway musical boasting tunes written by the investor himself, daredevil scenes of amazing acrobatics and, acco ... More >>
Singer-songwriter Liz Clark, who divides her time between Colorado and Ireland, was tapped to play the Lilith Tour at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre on Tuesday, July 13. She won the the Denver-local talent search after submitting her tune "Who's Your Angel" from her 2005 release Hand on the Stov ... More >>
A word that applies to the vast majority of the stories I've seen, heard or read about today's tenth anniversary of the killings at Columbine High School is "obligatory." Although fewer commemorative efforts have appeared on April 20 in recent years than in the immediate aftermath of the bloodshed ... More >>
Irish food and wine rule the night at Lannies.
Its live-feed rugby for breakfast.
When Irish guys are smiling, it should be fun for the whole family.
Weaned on Metallica, this duo makes acoustic guitars sound heavy.
Sunday, August 19, Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, 1-800-624-2422.
A year in the life of the IRA speaks volumes about our current fog of war.
Celebrate St. Patrick at the Denver Zoo.
Donít blame Ireland on the Mexicans.
Friday, October 7, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.
Assiya (Deep Tree Music)
Watch out for beer bottles, laser pointers and pointy umbrellas.
Wednesday, October 13, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-837-0360.
The Gaels are waiting to clothesline you
Don's Club Tavern
Tom Quinn Kumpf digs into deep-rooted Celtic myths
An Irish reporter's story is immortalized as Hollywood truth.
The story of the Magdalene asylums raises questions about the Catholic Church in Ireland.
Denver Zoo goes ape
The summer kicks off with some green-hued music at Conor OíNeillís Summer Outdoor Music Festival.
The Celtic Tavern may be a great bar. Unfortunately, it wants to be a restaurant, too.
High drama and spirited romance spice up The Last September.
The Snippets at the Auraria campus.
Let them drink Guinness...
The Irish rockers in the Indulgers are part of the green wave that's sweeping Colorado.