Entertainment

A matter of life and death

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Everybody clap your hands. Soul, the latest feature film from Disney/Pixar, rolls credits with a new version of the Curtis Mayfield classic,...

Expanding the definition

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In his 1969 book, Custer Died For Your Sins, Lakota activist and scholar Vine Delorian Jr. wrote, “One of the best...

Can the sad clown still tell a joke?

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A couple of years ago, in the disorienting wake of a divorce, Andy Eppler found himself in his garden, pondering the...

Roll out the barrel

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Martin has been immobilized. He’s only 40, but the life drained out of his face years ago. His wife barely talks to...

Susanne Mitchell explores legacy of colonization at east window exhibit

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When Susanne Mitchell first traveled to Malawi in 1995, she found people very eager to share their thoughts.

A little downtime

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"I’ve had a great 2020.”  We’re not sure, but we suspect that Erik Deutsch is about the only working-age...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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For inclusion in Boulder Weekly's round-up of events, please email Caitlin (crockett@boulderweekly.com) with a description of the event that includes the date...

If Leonard Cohen, Jim Morrison and the Wu-Tang Clan had a...

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When we set up a time to talk, Daniel Rodriguez still had an intimate dinner show scheduled for Dec. 5 at...

Learning to love science fiction with Octavia E. Butler

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Almost two decades ago, my sister gifted me Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred for Christmas and I admit...

Tierra Nueva

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In this random pick-up-sticks, double helixMelting pot amalgam and gene pool diasporaOf multiracial physiognomy, skin color,And multilingual saga, rhythm, and songOf...

A little film about lovely people

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On Dec. 1, TCM’s 14-week series Women Make Film comes to a close with movies on death, endings and a little...

Homeviewing: Refugee-pers Creepers

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The most satisfying response to a horror movie scare is not a jump, a shriek or a recoil. It is a...