Arts & Culture

Finding the common struggle

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Death has this way of opening doors, of showing the living paths they didn’t realize they could take.  “Mostly it is loss,” mused the German...

A recognizable, impossible world

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There was an explosion, an accident of some sort, and chaos abounded; people were screaming, running from the smoke — but not Janelle Anderson.Anderson...

A strategic tactic

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Through layers of white voile draped over their faces, two members of Hexus Collective maintain the semi-autonomous nature of the performance art group even...

Radical imagination

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For Bobby LeFebre, Colorado’s eighth poet laureate, place and identity are an inseparable part of the human experience. His work addresses this, revolving around...

Misfit review process

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Next year, when Jasmine Baetz’s sculpture ‘El movimiento sigue’ takes its permanent home on 28th Street, on a sliver of grass in front of...

‘We’re still here’

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Melissa Fathman remembers a moment two years ago, on Indigenous Peoples Day, watching Sarah Ortegon, an enrolled Eastern Shoshone also of Northern Arapaho descent,...

30 years of community and music

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As this issue was going to print, we learned that eTown’s House Manager Suzanne Fountain was among the 10 people fatally shot at the...

Making a thing while the world ends

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As the pandemic stormed in and unceremoniously upended in-person events last March, it also cast members of Writer’s Block across the country. With the university...

The real disruption is coming

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Franko Vatterott kept his interest in cryptocurrency to himself for several years — he’s been a self-professed “crypto guy” since circa 2016. He knew...

The machine of death continues to roll on

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"The cold weather is terrible here,” Bertha Bermúdez Tapia says over Zoom from a refugee camp in Matamoros, a city in Mexico just across...

Cascading success

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R. Alan Brooks has been busy.  Over the last several years, one success has led to another for the Denver-based writer. In 2016, Brooks teamed...

The perception of nature

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After three months of work — between five and 10 hours a day most weeks — artist Amy Hoagland’s work will come to an...