October 29th, Denver bands are covering iconic bands that played the Hi-Dive. The lineup includes local band Hindershot as Talking Heads. We caught up with Hindershot to talk about the process of covering the Heads.
I'm fresh off one of the high points of my life: watching Ballet Nouveau Colorado perform Intersection, a full-length narrative ballet based on poems I wrote in collaboration with Garrett Ammon, Artistic Director of BNC.
By the end of the third song, Leon and the Peoples had the entire stage filled with cheering festival-goers, some who appeared to be self-appointed go-go dancers.
It's easy to envy Alexi Zentner's abundant gifts -- his lyrical flourishes, his workmanlike output, his Canadian-ness. It might start with just falling in love with his prose.
Denver Film Society has a lot to scream about. Thursday night brings two Denver favs together for Summer Scream at Lakeside, celebrating the one year anniversary of the Reel Social Club.
Okay, so the line means, "Why are you called Romeo," but work with me here. In a spirit of collaboration unknown to the Montagues and Capulets, Denver theatre companies are learning to play well with others.
It's gonna be hot, hot, hot when the cool threads hit the catwalk at the eighth annualRiverfront Park Fashion Show. This summer's theme is "Classic" but don't expect anything in the Jill St. John mode.
The dichotomy between tradition and today, between preserving our cultural past and embracing our pop present, is what the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival has crystallized for 11 years.
The Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas will seek to answer this and many other questions as they take stage this weekend at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
The best thing about living in Denver in the summertime is the plethora of outdoor activities. My personal favorite is not the hiking (that'd be too strenuous) but the concerts.
Ballet Nouveau Colorado plays well with others. Last year's creative coupling of Ballet Nouveau and Paper Bird gave birth to something truly inspired. They return for an encore performance June 11th.
Music festivals are much like the Boy Scouts in that it's very important to be prepared. Here's how we have prepared ourselves for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, June 16th-19th.
Denver used to be a ramen dead zone. As a ramen fan, I can say that there are now a couple of places I'd gladly go to any day for a slurp of those kinky noodles.
Denver has a rich history of arts and culture dating back to our indigenous peoples and the first Spanish settlers in Colorado. It is time to let the world know how much we as a city have to offer.
Last year, Lhotka exhibited her unique form of digital and mixed-media prints at Denver's Walker Fine Art in a group show and this year will exhibit solo there in an exhibit entitled Horizons.
The chromogenic color prints of Robert Benjamin on view at the Denver Art Museum are subtle yet powerful, filled with the enlightenment of a man who clearly appreciates the simple qualities of human life.