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Thursday, September 6,2012

Ransomed for charity

Prominent Denver businesspeople to gather funds for Flight For Life

By David Accomazzo
Flight For Life helicopters and airplanes usually fly people out of the mountains. But on Sept. 12, in a fundraising event called the Rocky Mountain Ransom, Flight For Life will helicopter eight Front Range denizens to a remote mountain location, dropping them with nothing but a cell phone.
Thursday, August 30,2012

Monsters in the dark

Podcast explores humanity’s fear of the unknown

By David Accomazzo
In the summer of 2010, Jeff Emtman, then a student at Fairhaven College, was suffering a sleepless night when he had an epiphany.
Thursday, August 9,2012

Hanging out on the fringe

Boulder International Fringe Festival celebrates the weird, the deviant, and the offbeat

By David Accomazzo
Sitting in a chair at the Naropa Performing Arts Center, as various artists performing in this year’s festival check out the space, hash out technical details and rehearse, Ortolano talks about the festival he birthed eight years ago with a pragmatic savvy.
Thursday, August 2,2012

Birds of a feather

Aerial artists flock to Boulder

By Michael Callahan
Boulderites love to exert themselves, and we appreciate the dedication it takes to become a world-class talent at something. So it should come as no surprise that Boulder is practically ground zero for an activity that combines the strength of a rock climber with the grace of gymnast.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Written with a needle

Quilter mixes art and function, tradition and innovation

By Elizabeth Miller
As Kerry Larkin has traveled the country with her handmade quilts, she’s discovered that people in Manhattan and Washington, D.C. — just like people in rural Pennsylvania where she grew up and her current home in Colorado — have stories about quilts.
Thursday, July 26,2012

When cultures collide

Tony Ortega’s prints explore the intersections of Latino and American communities

By David Accomazzo
Denver artist Tony Ortega’s attic studio overflows with framed prints he has made during his three-plus decades as a professional artist. Chicano-style prints made with colorful pastels and paints hang from the walls.
Thursday, July 19,2012

Chief Niwot’s spirit lives on

New community project draws from historic Arapaho tribe leader to inspire change

By Sebastian Murdock
The story of the city of Boulder has a sordid side. It starts with the first white men settling onto the land, a Native American Arapaho peace chief seeking coexistence with the new inhabitants, and his eventual death during the Sand Creek Massacre at the hands of the white men he had hoped to make peace with.
Thursday, June 7,2012

Uncomfortable cuisine

Viviane Le Courtois’ ‘Edible?’ takes an uncomfortable look at food

By David Accomazzo
Deep in the back room of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), an enormous Cheeto, roughly four feet long and made up of thousands of real Cheetos, dangles from the ceiling like dead flesh in a meat locker. Up close, the individual Cheetos have a sticky glaze on them, as if someone put them in her mouth in order to stick them on the form beneath, and loud crunching noises coming from speakers inside the oversized snack echo throughout the room.
Thursday, May 31,2012

Bolder Boulder and beer bongs

Annual race lives up to the hype

By Adam Perry
Around 9:05 a.m. on Memorial Day, I stood with my feet a few inches behind the Bolder Boulder starting line, ready for my wave to begin its 10K quest on a sunny, clear morning.
Thursday, April 26,2012

Scents for a woman

Yves Saint Laurent retrospective comes to life with perfume pairing

By Elizabeth Miller
Artwork in museums is usually meant to be seen and not touched, not tasted and not smelled. But the Denver Art Museum is partnering with local perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz to organize an event that turns that notion on its head.
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