In Varekai, Halasi performs “The Fall of Icarus” which is also called the Net Act.
As the haze of new sativa sales’ smoke clears before our Colorado eyes, I see before us two roads, much like the poet Robert Frost. Our Rocky Mountain roads are “grassy and wanting wear” and filled with holes, pot holes. We must adjust to our new life — a life filled with a now-legal substance […]
The Vintage Theatre brings together two pieces surrounding the life and influence of Coretta Scott King in their plays Letters directed by Mark Ivan Branche, and A Song for Coretta, directed by Pat Payne, which will run until May 4.
Though a rising superstar on the American drag circuit, the lover of meditation offered none of the catty hijinks or barbed witticism of the famous drag act
Happy Hour Happenings and Beyond Arugula is predominantly a dinner spot, though it’s quite attractive for happy hour indulgences, too (5-6pm daily). Small bites, ranging from $4-7, include the likes of house-marinated olives, small bowls of signature pastas, and inventive bruschetta. Pair your snack with a signature cocktail for $8 or a house wine for […]
Guest curator Dean Sobel invites Denver to ‘fasten their seatbelts’ and go see the Denver Art Museum’s new exhibition Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Gallery. The exhibition is running until June 8, but the section at the Clyfford Still Museum (CSM) will be running until June 15. Your ticket from the DAM gives you free admission at the CSM and you do not have to go to the two exhibitions on the same day.
10 Whatever role Nita Henry is in next time you come across her name — as panelist, speaker, board member, director, advocate — you can count on her as someone who is dedicated to inclusion and service to the community, and who won’t hold back from speaking truth. She’s also the new Vice President of […]
The fast-talking Tupperware sales woman Dixie Longate, hits the Garner Galleria Theatre selling plastic crap and drinking all the while.
The Arvada Center’s production of End of the Rainbow runs from March 25 through April 13.
By R. L. Steen If there’s one thing that plagues the restaurant industry more than any other, it’s lack of creative efficiency. Oh, sure, you can grace your ceilings with sparkling chandeliers and fill your dining rooms with microfiber-lined lounge chairs, but when it comes to the food, process and vision are key. Julia Child […]