#66: Matt Barton Artist Matt Barton hails from Colorado Springs, where he teaches at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and creates fantasy worlds in video and installation, in which animals talk and strange landscapes shimmer and people walk through prismatic lights. In these playgroun ... More >>
April Fool's Day pranks are a sacred tradition for Denver Cruiser Ride. Last year, for example, the Cruisers released a collection of bogus themes for the weekly Wednesday rides (including "Skid Marks & Seamen Stains") before sharing the genuine items. And this year? The Cruisers unveiled the real ... More >>
Tonight the Alamo Drafthouse will welcome Pam Grier back to the Littleton cinema space for a special appearance and showing of her 1974 classic, Foxy Brown. As both a featured guest in the theater's "Tough Women" month of programming and part of its running "Color Commentary" series, Grier will be a ... More >>
Wayne White might be your favorite visual artist of the last few decades that you didn't know existed. But that was sort of the point behind Beauty Is Embarrassing, director Neil Berkeley's the documentary about White's life and career thus far, which will screen at the Denver FilmCenter this Friday ... More >>
Gary Austin's provocative new play comes to Bas Bleu.
A: Almost -- but Devo's audience is getting younger.
From the week of March 3, 2005
Colfax gets all the attention. But Broadway ties this town together.
In Porn Theatre, people go looking for lust in all the wrong places.
With a buoyant new album, Voices Underwater is rising to the surface.
Oliver Beene goes against fake millionaires and phony idols
In Ted Demme's Blow, Johnny Depp summons an American snowstorm.
How the hell did Dan Daru get on Denver TV?
With the imminent release of The Phantom Menace, Fantastic Media prepares to blast off.