Arts & Culture

Changing the rules

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Karen Oliveto has dedicated her life to the United Methodist Church (UMC) despite the denomination’s stance against same sex marriage and...

‘Invisible Lines’

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On Feb. 27, the day this edition hits newsstands, Rosa Sabido will have been in sanctuary at Mancos United Methodist Church for...

Spring in winter

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Walking into Margaretta Gilboy’s retrospective, Flying in the Hands of Time, at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), it’s easy...

Punching up

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This is the first in a series of profiles we’ll be featuring over the coming months in the run up to the...

Rewriting the narrative

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"If you drop an oak tree seed into a concrete world, there’s life inside of that seed. It’s vibrant but it’s not...

Romanticizing the glitch

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The Amazon rainforest was ablaze last year as artist Mark Amerika and curator Jessica Kooiman Parker began to conceptualize a new...

#InstaNovels

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You may think of Instagram as a platform for images, but it may be the next place you turn to read...

A year of Trump

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For those who make their living producing political cartoons, it could be argued that the election of Donald Trump was a godsend....

Chief Niwot’s Curse

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On the longest night of the year, we sit cross-legged in a circle and watch unfamiliar faces across from us flicker...

Art from the soul

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"My dancing belongs to the world,” Anna Pavlova once said. Yet almost a century after the ballerina’s death, many people have never...

The Francesca box

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George Lange kept the box shut for nearly 40 years. So long as he did, his old friend Francesca Woodman stayed...

The family in the house

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For writer/director/editor Trey Edward Shults, making movies is a family affair. It doesn’t matter if he’s shooting in his parent’s home in Spring, Texas,...