The Revisionaries

Submitted by Michael Krumholtz on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 10:09am

Scott Thruman's award-winning documentary questions the state of the U.S. public education system by closely examining the prerogatives of powerful delegates who oversee the content of our students’ textbooks. The film aims focus at the State Board of Education in Texas and its chairman, Don McLeroy, who is a devout creationist with a desire to omit certain historical and scientific truths from the books. A winner at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, this enlightening film brings transparency to these controversial, yet influential decision makers.

Dishcrawl Does LoHi

Submitted by Chelsea Long on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 9:59pm

Dishcrawl couldn't have picked a better neighborhood for its Denver debut: LoHi is packed with hip new spots and old neighborhood faves. And you'll get to visit four of them on this walkabout, tasting tour of the 'hood. The catch? You don't know where you're going until shortly before the event.

Ben Folds Five

Submitted by Kiki Turner on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 10:44am

This alternative-rock trio propelled itself back into the music scene when they released its newest album, the Sound of the Life of the Mind, after a decade-long dry spell of no new tunes. The piano-driven beats are fast-paced, and combined with the band’s witty lyrics, create intelligent and catchy songs such as “Do it Anyway,” and “Draw a Crowd.” Wed 8 p.m.