Entertainment

Hell is your family

Toni Collette spends nearly the entirety of Hereditary playing an unopposed game of Twister using only her facial features. The film is understandably being...

The Hawk Upon the Garden

The robins flutter-bathed cautiously around me. I on the lounge, I laid with my book. The wrens fluster-sung to my proximity. The chicks demand-chirped from their nook inside...

Twenty feet from stardom, a million miles from sanity

Like most love stories, this one begins at the movies. London, 1971: A young actor goes to see the latest release, A Clockwork Orange,...

baker’s daughter

before the sun is fully crested over the barns, I pull the yellowy creams from the chest and let them soften into mornings first familiar yawn. Peeling...

The politics of laughing

I’ve got good news and bad news for all the dyed in the wool, “red ’til I’m dead!” conservatives and “true blue!” liberals out...

Lettuce: Praise the master

On a cool and slightly overcast evening at Red Rocks, 37 years ago, Miles Davis was doing what he did in those days; which...

The kids are alright

The opportunity to see a relatable story in popular media is a priceless experience for a young person. The path of self-discovery can be...

Still Life

Imagine being free from technology Listening to wind borne symphonies And the silence of shadows Listen.   Kristen Marshall is an artist, writer and a founding member of Boulder Rights...

Enhancing the excitability of the whole machine

Friedrich Nietzsche considered art the “healing balm” for the human condition, the highest form of relief for existential dread, world-weariness and, if you will,...

School is in session

In School of Rock The Musical, wannabe-rock legend Dewey Finn poses as a substitute teacher in order to make some extra cash. When describing...

Tales of the road

James McMurtry spends hundreds of hours in the van each year, traveling America’s highways to the 100-plus shows he and his band annually perform. The...

When I paint my masterpiece

Reverend Toller (Ethan Hawke, in one of his best performances) is having a crisis of faith. The parish pastor of New York’s 250-year-old First...
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