Although Union Station's public grand opening ceremonies have been postponed until July 26, the 112-room Crawford Hotel will open on time -- and that means in time to host some of the big-bucks guests at the Great Hall Gala on July 11. Not that any of the guests at that celebration are small potatoe ... More >>
For the updated version of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, which will kick off the new Denver Center Theatre Company season this fall, the DCTC has cast Beth Malone, an unsinkable Colorado native, in the starring role. Malone began her career as a teenager playing roles at the Country Dinner Playhouse a ... More >>
While the are a number of high profile jam-centric New Year's Eve shows this year, including dates with Yonder Mountain String Band, String Cheese Incident and Umphrey's McGee, there are also a ton of other concerts and club events on NYE. We've put together a comprehensive list of ways for you to r ... More >>
All the mall's a stage for today's Make Music Denver Denver loves its music, whether sounding off in outdoor amphitheatres, concert halls clubs...or the streets. That's where it will be today, when the Downtown Denver Partnership brings Make Music Denver, our own little slice of today's global cele ... More >>
We now take a break from all the Zak Bagans is/isn't a douche discussion to salute a real arts happening in this city: The Bringing Back the Arts concert Sunday night at the Bluebird Theatre, a project spearheaded by First Lady Mary Louise Lee that featured eight groups from Denver high schools. An ... More >>
Several nationally renowned artists and musicians are Denver natives: Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind and Fire graduated from East Denver High School; The Fray's Isaac Slade and Joe King were schoolmates at Faith Christian Academy. Now Denver's First Lady Mary Louise Lee wants to promote Denver's notab ... More >>
Several prominent artists and musicians are Denver natives -- Philip Bailey from Earth Wind and Fire went to East. Isaac Slade and Joe King of the Fray were schoolmates at Faith Christian Academy. Denver's First Lady Mary Louise Lee is aiming to continue Denver's notable legacy with "Bringing Back t ... More >>
While First Lady Mary Louise Lee was touting culture yesterday, announcing the new Bringing Back the Arts program, Mayor Michael Hancock was urging visitors to the city to catch one of Denver's seven professional sports teams in a new recording of his welcome that plays on the Denver International A ... More >>
P. Switzer"Ragtime," Arvada Center. Denver's fall theater season is already off to a hot and heavy start with offerings of every stripe, from classically funny (The Liar and Unnecessary Farce) to explosive (Justin Bieber Meets Al Qaeda) to thought-provoking (Clybourne Park) to just plain sill ... More >>
"Us? Dorks?" The wives of Denver's mayoral hopefuls entered the fray this week, sending out dueling e-mails to promote their husbands as the June 7 runoff election approaches. But though Laurie Romer and Mary Louise Lee Hancock are on opposite sides, their notes had a common theme: My husband ... More >>
The Trampolines are just one of 65 acts on today's lineup.It's that time again, and somehow it sort of snuck up on us this year: Time to whip out the sunscreen, bring beer money and ear plugs and head over to Civic Center park for the 39th annual Capitol Hill People's Fair. From the looks of ... More >>
This sparrow doesn’t fly.
The tuneful Ain't Misbehavin' survives excessive stage hijinks.
The 1940s Radio Hour bathes the stage in refreshing nostalgia.
Mary Louise Lee
Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill
A single-note version of the singer barely does her artistry justice.