One month into its three-month stay in Denver, Monkey Town 4 -- the fine-dining experience in a video cube brought here by returning hometown kid Montgomery Knott, who fine-tuned the concept for several years in Brooklyn -- is generating a buzz as more and more people suspend reality for two hours i ... More >>
Since the beginning of time -- or at least the beginning of cinema -- there have been chick flicks: three-hanky tear-jerkers and, conversely, romantic comedies. In honor of the Sie FilmCenter's new Hey Girl chick-flick series, debuting April 24 with Dirty Dancing -- which might just be the greatest ... More >>
The Mayan Theatre marks its eightieth birthday tonight.The Mayan Theatre marks its eightieth birthday tonight -- and the survival of the art deco theater is indeed something to celebrate. There were times when it didn't seem like the Mayan would make it to the millennium, much less become the ... More >>
Editor's note: This blog marks the debut of Five Cool Things, a new feature by Susan Froyd. Once a week, she'll muse on five Denver happenings worth celebrating. Don't let them slip through the cracks. The Good Body• Local actor Mare Trevathan on body image in Eve Ensler's one-woman show T ... More >>
Because the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities has such a great track record for tying all the loose ends together thematically, a trio of West-inspired photography shows open in the galleries today -- just in time for the regional influx of National Western Stock Show vi ... More >>
The film Girls Rock! is strictly a girl thing, and by that I mean a little girl thing. The visual story of the original Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, it aims straight between the eyes of any rebel tween or teen girl with an itch to be a rock star. Oh yes, and it's fascinating for th ... More >>
Producer Andy Johns rides Swayback. Bloggin' for the city. Backbeat Online supplies well over the government's minimum daily requirement of music news. Visit an L.A. studio in the company of Swayback and legendary producer Andy Johns; peruse a Q&A with Fear Before the March of Flames' David Mario ... More >>
The unfortunate thing about cutting-edge graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister’s stopover in Denver on Friday, March 7, to deliver a lecture at the Oxford Hotel, courtesy of local American Institute of Graphic Arts chapter, is that it’s completely sold out. But one reason for his visit, his unique ... More >>
There's been a bit of bandying lately at RTD over whether or not the region's mass-transit machine needs to apologize to its constituents, many of whom were left high and anything but dry during the recent succession of blizzards and their aftermath. Should we say "sorry," they ask? Wasn't it just a ... More >>
It's strange to think that many people will never know the pleasure of flip, flip, flipping through a stack of LPs at a record store, but almost any music collector of age remembers the act — just as they remember going through a card catalogue (a what?). Back in the day, record shopping carri ... More >>
Fortune smiles on Lemony Snicket's unfortunate event.
Rave's Oh My Goth finds its final resting place.
Discover the beauty of India on IMAX.
ArtLab helps lift kids into orbit.
These ladies know how to turn objects into gold.
Business is boomin' at Colorado Free University.
CU delves into the Sublime.
CHAC's New World My Eye offers a new Chicano perspective
The Tango House helps spread dance fever
Skateboarders bring new views to print
Boulder gardens bloom with creativity
D.C. Gallery gives a high profile to lowbrow art
Marshall Chapman spins a yarn
Chicano poetry seeks the truth
Female dancers click into gear
Read Across America courts kids
Edge of the Envelope eyeballs pols
You'll flip for the National Danish Performance Team
The Colorado Ballet tosses its tutus in a triple bill
Super Babe Sunday kicks off gags for gals
Nautilus: 20,000 launches a monster fish
Global threads are pulled together in 1968: The Year That Rocked the World
Mystery Writers clue kids in to reading
Club Breakdown opens its arms
Banned Books Week offers a chance to speak out
Gallery tackles edgy vision
Tango brings a Labor Day of love
Council Tree music fest showcases Native American spirit
The Mouse Tales scurries along
Colorado filmmaking is alive and well
Moto Euro rides overseas trend
Sargent show displays amore
Japanese card craze is kid-centric
Lucky Mutt Strut raises money fur a good cause
Promoting peace through culture
Speaking of Dance celebrates its first decade
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