ROMP co-founder David Krupa working with a patient in Guatemala. Courtesy of ROMP
When Eric Neufeld was in his residency for his master’s program in Prosthetics and Orthotics at Northwestern University, he witnessed firsthand how many patients suffer from an unnecessary disability. So in 2005, Neufeld and his classmate, David Krupa, created the Range of Motion Project...
December 2 2016, 5:10 PM
A portrait taken at last year's Help-Portrait event; photo courtesy of Anthony and Laura Barlich
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But professional photography costs a pretty penny, and for many families, a portrait session is out of the question.
Enter Help-Portrait. The nonprofit organization wants to ensure everyone has access to a professional portrait session for free...
December 2 2016, 11:00 AM
Ladies looking to invest in their first luxury bag should check out the Row's supple suede, hobo-style Duplex Bag with leather-lined interior and magnetic closure. $2,850, available at Lawrence Covell
So you've decided to treat yourself with your first luxury handbag. We know it's a big purchase—high-end bags start around $2,000—but you deserve it. If you’re unsure of exactly what you want, you can easily opt for one of the name brand bags that top most “Best Of" lists, such as Louis...
December 1 2016, 2:00 PM
Check out "Skin" and other photos from 28 of our state's most talented photography students at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center's Emerging Visions show. —Photo courtesy of Madalyn Dellenbach/Colorado Photographic Arts Center
Words Beyond Bars Presents: First Degree, December 1
Jermaine Archer's mother dreamed her son would go to college—until he was sentenced to 22 years to life at New York's Sing Sing Correctional Facility for second-degree murder. This compelling documentary follows Archer and his fellow inmates...
November 30 2016, 4:00 PM
LoDo's Cooper & Dash teamed up with local artist Kaitlin Ziesmer to create some super-fun products perfect for at least one person on your holiday shopping list.
Sometimes you want a gift that's just a little different—something you won't find at any ol' store. We've got you covered with these (mostly) locally made gifts, perfect for the creative folks on your holiday list.
Brad Smithling's six-month-old LoDo shop...
November 28 2016, 3:00 PM
See the famous tire-changing scene and other iconic moments from "A Christmas Story" performed on stage at Town Hall Arts Center's musical adaption of the quirky classic. Photo courtesy of Becky Toma
Some holiday traditions have gone staler than old fruit cake. Change it up this season with one of these six alternatives to the Ghost of Christmas Past.
A Christmas Story, the Musical
Now through December 30
The cheesiness factor has been dialed up considerably in this exuberant,...
November 22 2016, 2:45 PM
Celebrate the dawn of winter while traveling the world and dreaming of your next powder day at Paramount Theatre's screening of Warren Miller Entertainment's latest ski adventure flick "Here, There and Everywhere." —Photo courtesy of Warren Miller Entertainment
Birds of Winter, November 16-22
Your kiddos will learn to hoot, caw, and quack in this fun bird-watching workshop. First, they'll be introduced to life-size cut-outs of different species of feathered friends. Then, after listening to some bird calls, they'll craft their own bird feeders from...
November 17 2016, 10:40 AM
Chimney Choir members (from left) Kris Drickey, David Rynhart, and Kevin Larkin are releasing a new album with a show that's a whole lot more than just a concert. Photo courtesy of Ian Hutchison
There is no denying the talent represented in Denver band Chimney Choir. All three members—David Rynhart, Kris Drickey, and Kevin Larkin—are multi-instrumentalists, and last year the crew wrote 25 new songs for contemporary ballet company Wonderbound's Boomtown production. But their...
November 16 2016, 4:30 PM