High level circus, dance, and music come together to create multi-dimensional entertainment from the unconventional Moth Circus.
Black History Live: Harriet Tubman, February 13-23
Celebrate Black History Month by attending this historically accurate live portrayal of the iconic Civil War heroine. National Humanities and Chautauqua scholar Becky Stone performs Tubman's role, which takes audiences through her transformation...
February 10 2017, 12:30 PM
In 2014, a record setting V-Day, the Office of the Clerk & Reporter issued 90 marriage licenses and six civil union licenses. Image courtesy of the Denver Office of the Clerk & Reporter.
From elegant dinners to chocolates and proposals, February 14 is a day for grand gestures and “I Love You’s”. The Denver Office of the Clerk & Recorder is no stranger to love and marriage. 2016 was a record-setting year for the office, with 8,024 marriage licenses issued, and 65 alone were...
February 7 2017, 1:30 PM
Ida Lupino showed Hollywood that women deserve roles in front of and behind the camera.
Presence: Reflections on the Middle East, February 3
During a diaspora, a large population migrates away from one cenral locaton and scatters across the world, taking their culture and memories of home with them. In this photographic exhibit, 12 artists affected by the Middle Eastern...
February 2 2017, 12:30 PM
Take a deeper look at what it means for a Nepalese family's breadwinner when Westerners attempt to scale Mount Everest with this visually breathtaking and award-winning documentary, which has been screened all over the world.
Red Hot and Cole, January 26-February 19
Dive into the dramatic backstory of the talented and extravagant Cole Porter, the famed Broadway composer of Anything Goes and Kiss Me, Kate. This two-act revue tells the tale of the songwriter's youth, his worldwide success, and the...
January 25 2017, 4:15 PM
Some men, in the midst of a midlife crisis, turn to fast cars and younger women. Mike Hamers turned to vodka. At age 50, the Gunbarrel resident felt underwhelmed with his life, sunk into a deep depression, and turned to alcohol to help temper his disappointment and regret. Fortunately, it didn’t...
January 17 2017, 2:25 PM
Experience classical music like never before with the encompassing sound of Grammy Award-winning Harlem Quartet. The members are first violinist Ilmar Gavilán, second violinist Melissa White, violist Jaime Amador, and cellist Felix Umansky.
Harlem Quartet, January 11
The Harlem Quartet is on a mission to make classical music more diverse and to introduce the genre to new ears. These four New York natives have performed at the White House and alongside famed artists such as violinist Itzhak Perlman and classical pianist Misha...
January 12 2017, 2:00 PM
Put on your swankiest feather headband or fedora and enjoy multiple floors of festivities at the White Rose Gala. Photo courtesy of AF Photography and Kevin Larson Presents
Most of us can agree it’s been a long year—even the Broncos’ Super Bowl win feels like a distant memory. Give 2016 a warm wave goodbye (or the middle finger) at one of these Mile High celebrations.
New Year's Eve at Denver Union Station: Denver’s transit hub is shaping up to...
December 22 2016, 12:35 PM
Discover what happens when a family of Isaraeli settlers must ask for help from five Palestinean nuns after crashing into their convent when Ave Maria screens along with four other shorts at Boulder's eTown Hall. —Image courtesy of Incognito Films
BIFF Shorts, December 15
Relive five of the 2016 Boulder International Film Festival's most creative and thought-provoking short films. Viewers will revisit fan favorites such as Ave Maria, the 15-minute tale of Jewish settlers who encounter five Palestinian nuns in a West Bank convent; and...
December 14 2016, 2:10 PM