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International Documentary Series The Perennial Plate Comes to Colorado

2 months ago by Mark Antonation
Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine have traveled around the world looking for stories about sustainable and socially responsible food production while eating plenty of great food along the way. Their online documentary series, the Perennial Plate, started with an exploration of Minnesota, where Klein was living and working, and has...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Peter Mortimer

12 days ago by Susan Froyd
#63: Peter Mortimer Boulder filmmaker, entrepreneur and adventurer Peter Mortimer brings the mountains to the screen with Sender Films, the production company he founded that specializes in breathtaking mountaineering docs. In the Colorado spirit, Mortimer then diversified to co-found the REEL ROCK Film Tour with Big Up Productions, now in its...
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Would a Minimum Wage Hike to $12 by 2020 Help Colorado?

12 days ago by Kyle Harris
What would happen if in November Colorado voters passed Amendment 70, opting to raise the minimum wage from $8.31 to $12 an hour by 2020? The state's economy would grow. That's according to the new study "The Impact of a $12.00 Minimum Wage on Women in Colorado," from the University...
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Third Annual CineLatino Film Fest Brings a Grande Selection to the Sie

13 days ago by Keith Garcia
Tickets and VIP passes are now on sale for the third annual CineLatino Film Festival, which lights up the Sie FilmCenter September 22 through 25. And this year looks to be the most vibrant yet. Since its debut in 2014, CineLatino has quickly become the most inclusive Latino film series in...
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Marijuana Is Legal in Colorado — But Only If You're a U.S. Citizen

12 days ago by Joel Warner
Claudia didn’t think anything was wrong when United States Customs and Border Protection agents flagged her for an in-depth security screening after the early-morning flight from her native Chile landed at Los Angeles International Airport early on October 8, 2015. “It’s normal,” she says. “Sometimes the officers review people.” Besides,...
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John Moore's Waiting for Obama Heads to the New York International Fringe Festival

3 months ago by Bree Davies
John Moore is no stranger to the theater. For more than a decade, the longtime journalist and critic for the Denver Post covered Colorado's theater scene with an integrity and intensity that earned him a spot as one of the country's twelve most influential critics in American Theatre Magazine in 2011 — the year...
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Fantasia Returns to Rhinoceropolis This Weekend

16 days ago by Tom Murphy
The fifth installment of Fantasia takes place at Rhinoceropolis this weekend, starting Friday, September 9, and running through Sunday, September 11. At its heart, Fantasia is an art show but one where the form of art isn't cast in the traditional art gallery or exhibition mode. When the event launched,...
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Sex Workers Get a Second Chance at Street's Hope

19 days ago by Chris Walker
When Lillian Ballard moved into a transitional-housing facility for women leaving the sex industry and survivors of sex trafficking, nobody, herself included, thought that she would last there. During her first three days at Street’s Hope in Denver, Ballard suffered from severe panic attacks, spending the majority of her time...
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Review: Rhythm & Roots Dances Into the Denver Art Museum

25 days ago by Michael Paglia
Over the summer, the Denver Art Museum has presented shows and events about dance — not something ordinarily associated with fine art, since dance’s defining characteristic is movement, and few fine-art forms move. The programming has all been inspired by Rhythm & Roots: Dance in American Art; mounted on level...
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What's Next for Ganjapreneur Kayvan Khalatbari After Selling to Willie Nelson

1 month ago by Kate McKee Simmons
He co-founded one of the first dispensaries in Denver and, earlier this month, he sold it to Willie Nelson for his Willie's Reserve operation. Now Kayvan Khalatbari, who was featured in our January 2, 2014, roundup of leading ganjapreneurs, is looking ahead to other ways he can contribute to Denver's...

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