#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 >>
Arguably the biggest DJ ever to come out of Denver, Eric Galaviz aka Hipp-E made his bones promoting and deejaying at some of the earliest raves in Colorado. After leaving his indelible mark on our city, he moved to San Diego in the '90s, where he became an influential part of the West Coast house s ... More >>
"Team Canada-Quebec created a sculpture that demonstrates all virtues of carving snow: clean execution, anatomically correct figures and animals, texture, balance and more," said Jenn Cram, judge coordinator for the 22nd annual International Snow Sculpture Championships and Arts District administrat ... More >>
Not surprisingly, the older I get, the more important family is to me. I'm well beyond my rebellious years, and the self-centered, booze-fueled, late-night haze of my twenties is fading fast. These days, my time is more meaningfully spent with loved ones, especially while cooking. Regrettably ... More >>
When Elena Zasytiene moved to Denver from Colorado Springs, she knocked on restaurant doors looking for a job, but no one would hire her, so she shrugged it off and followed her gut: She, along with her partner, Baiba Sisco, signed a lease on their own restaurant, La Merise, a French food temple tha ... More >>
Jean Charlot (1898-1979, American, b. France) LA LAVENDERA (THE WASHER WOMAN) 1937 oil on canvas 8 x 10 inches Collection of Francis T. and Peggy B. Reed © The Jean Charlot Estate LLC. With permission.Back in 1948, a group of European-inspired artists known as "The 15" shook up the Denver A ... More >>
Reality TV's most impressive characteristic is its ability to find drama in literally everything. Somehow, through some combination of theatrical background music or clever video editing or strategic misuse of footage, it makes even the most insignificant events perilous and thrilling. There ... More >>
Randall Layman, a bartender at Vesta Dipping Grill, is just back from New Orleans, where he attended his first Tales of the Cocktail. We'll be printing his dispatches all week (read the first installment here). Taryn KapronicaSailor Jerry Day four: Sleeping in again (don't close your curtain ... More >>
A William Sanderson solo is shoehorned into the Kirkland Museum.
Trace Reddell is in touch with his computer. They make beautiful music together.
Disney mines the booming kiddie market with the gritty Holes.