Entertainment

The world comes to DFF: The sequel

Continuing until Nov. 11, the 41st Denver Film Festival holds plenty of treats in store for intrepid moviegoers, particularly those with an eye beyond...

Boulder Bach Festival returns to the B-Minor Mass, but differently

Conductor Zachary Carrettin and the Boulder Bach Festival return to one of J.S. Bach’s masterworks of their repertoire on Sunday (Nov. 11), the Mass...

The gravitational pull of Zimmer

Two black holes circling each other deep in space, going round and round until they finally collide. The impact sends waves rippling out into...

Punketry versus Jazzetry: A poetic battle for the ages

Punketry versus Jazzetry. Either you know what it is or you don’t. If you do, you’re probably a poet — and not just any...

Staying human with Michael Franti

It’s Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018, and it feels serendipitous to get the chance to talk with Michael Franti about his new documentary, Stay...

Violinist Midori comes to Boulder as a concerto soloist and much,...

Sometimes a soloist is more than a soloist. The next concert of the Boulder Philharmonic features the violinist Midori Goto (who performs under the mononym...

Exploring boldly

When Adam Vicarel first moved to Colorado with big dreams and an empty wallet, he thought he’d made a huge mistake. It was the...

The world comes to DFF

The 41st Denver Film Festival brings together more than 300 shorts and feature films from Oct. 31–Nov. 11. Sure, there are bound to be...

focus

where was the attention span placed? look under the rubble the distracted clutter of mind is hiding there somewhere it would have remembered to call if the blue jay...

Erik Deutsch splits the difference

"I was kind of off the jam scene for almost 15 years,” reflects Erik Deutsch on his current stint as keyboardist for Leftover Salmon....

A lesson in unintended consequences

“What about the ROUS?” “Rodents of unusual size? I don’t think they exist.” — Princess Buttercup and Westley in The Princess Bride Bad news Westley, they...

‘West Side Story’: 61 years old and still as relevant as...

Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story opened on Broadway just over 61 years ago — Sept. 26, 1957 — but for Leigh Holman, the story...
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