“No Place to Go,” an artist-built drive-thru haunted house (sort of), and Rainbow Militia’s “Death’s Unraveling” give Denver haunted houses a 2020 twist.
“The best way to signal that we really do stand with the community is we do the work to transform ourselves. We do the work from the inside out. So that when we can turn the lights back on our stages, folks can feel we are different in our practice.”
Premiering later this month, “Mexican Modernism” DAM’s first big show of the coronavirus age.
We are celebrating Beethoven all this month and next month as we count down to his 250th birthday on Dec. 16. Every week from now until mid-December we will have The Beethoven Concert Series on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, where we will re-create his famous concerts and play his most famous pieces.
A couple in Nova Scotia are passing their love of Beethoven to their young son by way of some old technology.
“Quadrivium” is a meticulously constructed piece of art, sturdy like a spaceship, and alluring with its high-tech LED light patterns.
By Nancy Lofholm, Colorado Public Radio LEADVILLE — When mining magnate Horace Tabor decided in 1879 that the rowdy silver boomtown of Leadville needed some cultural spiffing up, he built an opera house. In just 100 days, he brought in enough wagonloads of stone, brick and iron over hair-raising mountain passes to erect the massive […]
Thanks to financial support from our members, Indie 102.3 delivers you the best in new and local music, like this stripped down set from Denver folk rocker Nathaniel Rateliff, recorded exclusively for Indie 102.3!
Not long ago, a friend observed David Holbrooke, founder of Telluride’s Original Thinkers Festival, at his post — leading troops and extinguishing assorted fires. Impressed by Holbrooke’s multitasking, the friend praised him as the “ringmaster” of his festival’s circus. Holbrooke replied that he prefers a similar, yet not-identical title: “Yeah, OK,” he said. “But think […]