Arts & Culture

A force of nature

This Mother’s Day weekend is all about nature for Boulder’s classical musicians. The weekend kicks off Friday night with conductor Bahman Saless and the Boulder...

Exhibit chronicles the career of Boulder artist Martha Russo

Martha Russo didn’t always dream of being an artist. As an accomplished field hockey player, Russo took a year off from Princeton University in...

Hanging with Hannibal

Everybody kind of stinks, in my opinion. I don’t really like anyone,” says comedian Hannibal Buress. As most comedians do, Buress draws from his daily...

Keeping the heart alive

When you grow up, your heart dies,” Allison “Basketcase” Reynolds sadly theorizes in The Breakfast Club. It serves as a forewarning, one that teenagers...

This silence is golden

Any theater purists out there who weep into their chamomile about the stage being corrupted by more and more adaptations of (gasp!) films, need...

The Dairy kicks off monthly comedy show

Art is meant to endure. That’s why centuries-old paintings hang from museum walls, film reels are preserved and restored and books are reprinted long...

High-end trashion show

For the latest trends in fashion, some local students are looking no further than their own recycling bins. Participants from middle and high school will...

Thrust up, twisted and frozen in time

Seeing an art show at Macky Auditorium feels more like going to church than a gallery. The sunlight drifts in through high lancet windows,...

Longmont origami exhibit is ‘Above the Fold’

When picturing origami, one often thinks of carefully constructed, but otherwise small and simple paper-folded animals or plants. The current exhibition at the Longmont...

Innisfree makes a big, if short, move

Moving can be a scary word for independent businesses and their customers. Sometimes shops close their doors and reopen miles away, out of reach...

‘Encounters 2016’ spotlights printmakers

After meticulously carving out the perfect design, it is time to put the first round of ink onto the stamp and press it onto...

Poet Amber Tamblyn fills in the blanks

In 1932, actress Peg Entwistle jumped off the letter H in the Hollywoodland sign and tumbled to her death. She was 24. In 1967,...
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