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Thursday, September 12,2013

New era for Boulder's International Film Series

Film series kicks off season showcasing brand new digital cinema projection equipment

By David Accomazzo
When 2013 wraps up, it will mark the last year major Hollywood releases films on 35 mm.
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Thursday, August 29,2013

Rarities resurface for Boulder jazz singer

MaryLynn Gillaspie sang jazz around the globe in the '80s. Now, more than two decades after she stopped, she's back

By David Accomazzo
In the ’80s, MaryLynn Gillaspie toured with Benny Goodman, met Dizzy Gillespie and was nominated for three Grammys as a member of the vocal jazz group Rare Silk.
Thursday, August 22,2013

Collage, a century later

BMoCA exhibition offers eight different takes on technique

By David Accomazzo
Collage as an art technique and craft might be ubiquitous today, but when Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque first began experimenting with incorporating found materials into their paintings in the early 1900s, it was a radical innovation. Art has never been the same since.
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Friday, August 16,2013

REVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age at Red Rocks, 08-15-13

By David Accomazzo
Call me a fanboy. Call me obsessed. Call me what ever you'd like, but I'm of the firm belief that no band has made better rock music over the past decade-and-a-half than Queens of the Stone Age.
Thursday, August 15,2013

Revamping a tragedy

The creative minds behind '@ntigone' offer a different take on Sophocles

By David Accomazzo
For most of Joe Hill’s life the United States has been embroiled in a constant, never-ending, oft-forgotten war.
Thursday, August 8,2013

Boulder's stand-up success

This summer, Boulder’s comedy scene has exploded

By David Accomazzo
This summer, if you were on the prowl in Boulder looking for something to do, there’s a good chance you could have stumbled onto a standup comedy performance.
Thursday, August 1,2013

Boulder Tattoo Project: Ink for all

Boulder Tattoo Project seeks to turn locals into a human canvas

By David Accomazzo
Not surprisingly for someone who co-owns and manages a tattoo parlor, Chelsea Pohl of Claw and Talon Tattoo in Boulder has some pretty significant ink running form her left shoulder down to her elbow. But it’s the two tattoos on the back of her ankles, the words “deep” and “roots,” surrounded by dots of different sizes and colors, that connect her to a community on the opposite side of the country.
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Thursday, August 1,2013

Gregory Alan Isakov: The horticultural hypnotist

Singer-songwriter's new album is spellbinding

By David Accomazzo
A vein of nature runs through troubadour Gregory Alan Isakov's music, fitting imagery for the singer-songwriter, who lived on a farm for several years. On his new album, The Weatherman, which dropped July 9, Isakov sings of “casting hooks off the California coast,” “plucking strings in the pouring rain” and “waiting in the wings while the trees undress.”
Thursday, July 25,2013

Upward movement

Frequent Flyers celebrates 15th Aerial Dance Festival

By David Accomazzo
Due to the altitudinal nature of aerial dance, Frequent Flyers Productions founder Nancy Smith says the spaces where her company can rehearse and train around Boulder are limited.
Thursday, July 18,2013

CU plans to create new, consolidated arts department

By David Accomazzo
The University of Colorado Boulder is moving to combine its three arts departments — Art and Art History; Film Studies; and Theatre and Dance — into a single entity, tentatively known as the Interdepartmental Program in Fine Arts (IPFA).