Arts & Culture

History belongs to everyone

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When author Preston Lauterbach first met Ernest Withers, the famed Civil Rights-era photographer left Lauterbach in his studio alone while Withers took a meeting. “Before...

My fellow Americans . . .

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By the spring of 2020, André Ramos-Woodard (they/them) was mad as hell. It started with Ahmaud Arbery, chased and gunned down by white men while...

Reading music

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For almost a decade, starting in 2008, I wrote an annual feature for Boulder Weekly detailing 10 great new albums for readers to check...

On paper wings

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Boulder’s Marisa Aragón Ware didn’t know what to expect when she was chosen as a contestant on the Discovery Channel’s Meet Your Makers earlier...

Facing up to John Wayne

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A few summers ago, Stephen Graham Jones fell down a John Wayne rabbit hole.  The Blackfeet Native American author and professor of English at CU...

Not entirely politically correct

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The art Todd Herman curates at east window is his way of addressing the injustices of the world.  “There's still racism, sexism—there’s a lot we've...

Dildos and the flag flap

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The November First Friday at Mighty Fudge Studios in the NoBo Arts District is B.Y.O.D.: bring your own dildo.  In addition to customizing your phallus...

A dream come true

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A self-described tomboy growing up in Boulder, Annette Buvoli only started ballet classes to hang out with her friend.  “My best friend wanted to do...

Aftermath: Tim Roessler documents the space around tragedy in new photobook

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Tim Roessler had a prescription filled on a Sunday. The pharmacist smiled and walked Roessler through his dosage and schedule—he admired the care she...

‘It doesn’t have to sound the same, it just has to...

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Delvon Lamarr’s musical career started with a lie.  “I think it was in seventh grade, I ended up lying to the band teacher,” Lamarr, who...

Ally is a verb

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Rendered in prismatic colors, their skin defies race.  More than a dozen visages stare back at patrons of The Laughing Goat Coffeehouse at Norlin Commons...

The show must go on—Dispatches from the 48th Telluride Film Festival

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There was no show last year; it was called on account of pandemic. Just as well: Wildfires all along the West draped a burnt...