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Thursday, March 6,2014

Frozen Dead Guy Days is back

Nederland’s tradition continues with Bredo Morstoel’s 25th year

By Danielle Meltz
Fancy an old-fashioned coffin race? Or icy turkey bowling perhaps? Then Frozen Dead Guy Days might just be the festival for you.
Thursday, March 6,2014


BMoCA exhibitions encourage new ways of thinking about old things

By Nadia Mishkin
Artist Kim Jongku creates calligraphic poetry on canvas out of the same material used in military tanks and weapons. Derrick Velasquez lets gravity work on boat upholstery to create stacks of vivid, colorful patterns in his wall installations.
Thursday, February 27,2014

Two ways of looking back

CU Art Museum exhibitions show vastly different ways of looking at the world

By Danielle Meltz
American West features paintings from the late 19th and early 20th century, while Interlaced shows contemporary videos, mostly from the past 10 years.
Thursday, February 20,2014

Homegrown comedy

T.J. Miller returns to Colorado for hometown shows

By David Accomazzo
Miller brings his stand-up show to the Fox Theatre on Wednesday, Feb. 26, and the Gothic Theatre in Englewood on Thursday, Feb. 27. Expect pot jokes (who can blame him) and lots of improvisation — no two shows are ever the same, he says.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Truth be Told Grand Story Slam

Feb. 16: 7 p.m. Shine Restaurant and Gathering

By Nadia Mishkin
Participants in Boulderīs live storytelling series come up with a five-minute story that must be true, based on a provided theme.
Thursday, January 23,2014

A fairy tale for Boulder County

Play about famous physicists gets Spanish-language treatment

By David Accomazzo
Len Barron has gone into more than 200 schools doing a one-man show about Einstein. Now, his play has been translated to Spanish.
Thursday, January 16,2014

And now for something completely different

‘Spamalot’ lays siege to your funny bone

By Gary Zeidner
Anchored by a handful of Boulder’s Dinner Theatre mainstays like Brian Norber, Wayne Kennedy, Scott Beyette, Brian Jackson and Alicia Dunfee, the cast of Spamalot is truly stellar.
Thursday, January 9,2014

The Human Scale

Documentary examines urban development

By Joel Dyer
Dalsgaard’s film explores the work and philosophy of Danish architect Jan Gehl, who has long advocated that our cities should be built for the benefit of people rather than for the convenience of automobiles and the profits of developers.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Drawing the line

Two views of drawing at Denver museums show artists thinking it through, growing up and creating drawings that deserve consideration in their own right

By Elizabeth Miller
Drawings are generally seen as the preliminary sketches for later, more polished works, but two exhibitions in Denver, at the Denver Art Museum and the Clyfford Still Museum, are making the case for viewing drawings as artworks in and of themselves.
Thursday, December 26,2013

Movies to look forward to in 2014

Expect lots of sequels from white dudes

By Ryan Syrek
Looking forward, 2015 is jam-packed with the single most anticipated docket of films ever scheduled. But first is 2014, the year nobody cares about. Let’s try to drum up some excitement anyway.