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Thursday, October 1,2015


Somewhere, a child, he cries through the night And clings to the only things he knows The wind, its wisdom, and the rain’s soft sounds And the blanket of falling snow There is a place where vagabonds roam Where the dumpster meets the sea A place...
Thursday, October 1,2015

Words | Week of Oct. 1, 2015

Peter Nabokov — The Origin Myth of Acoma Pueblo and How the World Moves..
Thursday, October 1,2015

Theater | Week of Oct. 1, 2015

BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story..
Thursday, October 1,2015

Arts | Week of Oct. 1, 2015

Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver, 720-865-5000. Through Jan. 17..
Thursday, October 1,2015


Touring in support of their fourth full-length album, Extras in a Movie, Papadosio is just as much a band as it is an experience. Known for their impressive live performances and for touring on a massive scale, the band is committed to staying in front of their fans in order to maintain a close intimacy with them.
Thursday, October 1,2015


Hey you with the two left feet! You are invited to step inside Boulder’s vibrant tango scene with the Boulder Tango Studio’s school of Argentine Tango at the sixth annual Boulder Tango Festival.
Thursday, October 1,2015


An accomplished storyteller and theologian, Stephen Jenkinson comes to Boulder to engage audiences in a conversation about facing our inevitable death.
Thursday, October 1,2015

Boulder Symphony’s family affair

Orchestra season opens with Dvork and Beethoven

By Peter Alexander
The opening of the Boulder Symphony’s 2015–16 season features three members of Boulder’s legendary musical family, the Lehnerts, playing Beethoven’s Triple Concerto. And it all got started at the farmers’ market. “Nothing is more like local Boulder than that,” says the orchestra’s music director, Devin Patrick Hughes.
Thursday, October 1,2015

The humanity in Of Monsters and Men

The band talks their new album and playing shows back home

By Angela K. Evans
Images of mythological creatures and fanciful creations move through a sea of clouds in the music video for “Little Talks,” the chart-topping single that catapulted the Icelandic indie-pop band Of Monsters and Men into the U.S. mainstream in 2011. But with the release of their second album earlier this summer, the band draws more from the experiences from their last several years of touring than the imaginary world.
Thursday, October 1,2015

The Word wants to inspire you

The Word and Robert Randolph return to the studio to uplift the souls of listeners

By Nicole McNulty
The Word is difficult to describe succinctly. The supergroup’s sound is a gospel-influenced musical fusion combining the talents of jazz pianist and organist John Medeski, southern blues/rock band North Mississippi Allstars and the soulful guitar sounds of Robert Randolph. Although the band just released their second album this year, their genesis took place a decade and a half ago.