#70: Mare Trevathan
Mare Trevathan gets around. The theatrical jill-of-all-trades works her chosen field from every angle: as an actor, director, teacher, talking-book reader, collaborator and public relations expert, going from one spotlight to another, as the muse moves her. Trevathan is not only ... More >>
One of the key goals of the Denver Jewish Film Festival is to get people outside of the Jewish faith engaged. "For us, getting the word out to the Jewish community is easy; getting the word out to the larger community is more challenging," says Roberta Bloom, director of the festival that kicks off ... More >>
Running two nights only -- tonight and tomorrow at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts -- A Journey of the Human Spirit is an incredible three-part look at life before, during and after the Holocaust. Based on composer Viktor Ullmann and librettist Peter Kien's fifty-minute opera The Emperor o ... More >>
Mary Lou plays March 4.The Mizel Arts and Culture Center will launch the sixteenth annual Jewish Film Festival today. "This is our most far-reaching event," says Lisa Korsen, marketing director for MACC. "It's where we get our most diverse audience, patrons who may not be Jewish but are inter ... More >>
An example of Melnick's work.He mostly gave up art eight years ago to take over the family business, the Zephyr Lounge in Aurora, so the decision to feature Myron Melnick's work at the Singer Gallery was an interesting choice, writes Westword art critic Michael Paglia in this week's review.
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 >>
People who grew up in a certain time can almost plot their pasts in terms of the pictures in Henry Luce's LIFE Magazine: Long before there was an internet, with its constant bombardment of instantaneous imagery, the photojournalism tableau that was LIFE was packed with the stuff of memories ... More >>
Once upon a time, a man named Noah Alper created a little bagel company called Noah's New York Bagels; it grew up to become Einstein's Bagels. The man behind Einstein's is also an author who wrote Business Mensch, and Alper will be speaking at 7:30 a.m. today at a breakfast that's part of the ... More >>