Entertainment

A busy classical weekend

In September, there were two the same day; now Boulder will see three ensembles launch their seasons in the city’s crowded classical-music calendar on...

Off Country

We end, I think, at what might be called the standard paradox of the twentieth century: our tools are better than we are, and...

Many unhappy returns

The hackneyed, half-assed backstory for the lead character in Happy Death Day involves the tragic loss of her mother, which doesn’t actually feel sad...

Longmont Chalk Art and Street Fair

This September, Longmont hosted their inaugural Chalk Art Street Fair & Bin Market, a free two-day street-painting festival where more than 38 artists spent...

Putting the ‘p’ in Pixies

The Pixies rose out of the subcultural netherworlds to transform the frenzied and underground indie-punk movement into something the mainstream could understand, or at...

Who the hell is Tyler Bates?

It’s around one in the morning in Kiev, Ukraine, and Tyler Bates is just settling into his hotel room. It’s the first day of...

‘Bachtoberfest’ concerts are all about Bach, not beer

Boulder’s ever-adventurous Bach Festival embarks on a new season of exploration, with concerts in Boulder Oct. 12 and Longmont Oct. 14. Boulder Bach Festival music...

The problem with pulling your punches

When Wonder Woman sailed into theaters this summer, coolly breaking superhero box office record after box office record, it was no surprise that curious...

Replicant? No, repli-can!

It is profoundly insightful and upsetting that both Blade Runners explicitly tackle the sins of civilizations built on slavery and sexual subjugation without including...

The ambassadors of Mexico

At around 11 a.m. local time on Sept. 19, residents of Mexico City methodically filed out of office buildings, homes and restaurants — wherever...

Ars Nova singers open season with the Monet of choral music

If Monet’s paintings were music, they would be the choral works of Maurice Duruflé. That’s the view of Thomas Edward Morgan, director of Boulder’s Ars...

Looking at time

One late night last year M. Ward found himself sitting in a smoky blues club watching Chuck Berry perform on the stage. In between...
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