Entertainment

The renewal of dress

It’s not surprising that fashion was low on the list of priorities during World War II. Supplies were limited and all efforts were directed...

Getting over the obstacles

Guitarist Matt Flaherty’s been making music in the Boulder/Denver scene for the past 12 years, fronting his own funk-forward rock project Hot Soup, and...

Along the way

It only seems appropriate that John Craigie is on a road trip when he takes my call. The California-born, Portland-based singer-songwriter is known as...

Frostbite

Jamie got drunk on a cold night, slept outside, and didn’t protect his feet. He limps into the shelter, leaning on chairs for support, sleeps on a...

In praise of the shared experience

The theatrical release of Roma is the cinematographic event of the year. Initially acquired by Netflix for their streaming service, Roma’s visual and aural...

Dioramas: the theater of science and discovery

It’s a busy Saturday afternoon at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science but there are no lines for any of the exhibits. Free...

Everything classical for the holidays

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King have fought their annual battles, the flowers have waltzed and several Messiahs have been sung, but there’s still...

You definitely won’t shoot your eye out

It doesn’t matter whether Die Hard is a Christmas movie (it isn’t, by the by, from Bruce Willis’ own lips during the only funny...

Still, we’ll proceed

In the name of efficiency and progress in today’s digital world, we’ve all but lost the library due date ink stamper, innocuous an object...

Handel’s ‘Messiah,’ tailored for the Christmas season

It’s been 276 years, and people are still talking about Handel’s Messiah. Of course, it’s one of the best-known and best-loved pieces ever written, but...

Bergman at 100

“ilm is the great adventure — the costly, exacting mistress.” —Ingmar Bergman Ingmar Bergman’s legacy in the annals of cinematic history is secure. With over...

Death-Bridge Keeper’s OTHER Five Questions (THREE Questions!)

To WHAT, from what, is time a bridge? Of WHO and WHAT is that bridge a carrier? To WHAT do the people and things the bridge carries across and back throw up a collective — and insurmountable — BarRRier??? Born...
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