Watercolor painting comes to life in French artist Amande In's first American show. In her performance piece, A New Perspective for Perspective, In creates multi-layered, colorful ice sculptures, which she arranges on a white surface. As the sculptures melt, In moves them around to create a live-action production. Thu 11 a.m.-4 p.m
Hold up a glass and bring an empty stomach to celebrate Strange Brewing Company’s third anniversary with a multicourse, beer-paired dinner. Hosted in the brewery, these elaborate meals—think deviled eggs prepared three ways, pork loin stuffed with crispy pork belly over bacon braised greens, and triple cherry tarts—center around the number three.
Like it or not, the effects of climate change on Colorado could be just around the corner. Come learn what the future may hold and what you can do to help protect Colorado, all while enjoying live music and local brews. Representatives from snow sports, wildlife and fisheries, and the firefighting community will discuss how climate change can impact the Centennial State.
It’s the early 1970s in Paris, and revolution is in the air. Gilles, a young painter and filmmaker, is trying to blend his artistic vision with political action which mixes political graffiti with street riots and Molotov cocktails. Olivier Assayas’s film captures the energy and essence of this period in French history.
Unlike most teenage tales, this 16-year-old’s stories about a weekend at his friend’s house are anything but ordinary. An alluring combination of fiction and reality, Claude's school essays captivate his tired literary teacher to the point of obsession. Written and directed by François Ozon, the film recently won the Toronto International Film Festival’s Critics Prize.
Bottoms up! Come sample single malt and Scotch whiskies from distilleries around the world. The Extravaganza—held in 13 major market cities—hits Denver as the last stop of its 2013 Spring tour. Tasters—both whiskey novices and long-time connoisseurs—are encouraged to participate in drink samplings and a buffet dinner. Remember the occasion with souvenir cigars and tasting glasses.
From pacifiers and potty training to prom dress shopping and college tuition payments, motherhood can be stressful. Treat Mom to something special with this Mother’s Day wine country brunch. The three-course meal starts with a simple dish—like their asparagus salad—followed by decadent entrées—like the cornflake-crusted French toast.
If you think that landscape photography is boring in black and white, think again. Photographer Evan Anderman's newest exhibition features natural landscapes transformed by the absence of color. Unlike traditional black-and-whites, these landscapes are first shot in color, and then reduced to black and white monochromes, producing crisp, contrasting photographs.
Colorado coal mining sits at a crossroads.
The Mile High Holidays: A Local Gift Guide
Meet the principal of Columbine High School.
Everything you need to know about Colorado's grand experiment with legalized recreational...