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Denver doesn’t sleep on Sleeping Beauty

Colorado Ballet awakens theatergoers with production From the evening of Oct. 5 to the 14, the celebrated Denver Center for the Performing Arts put on a daily and inspired performance of Marius Petipa and Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet, Sleeping Beauty. A night of enchantment

Teen Vogue expands modeling industry’s inclusivity

Magazine shows different types of physical ability A wave of diversity is sweeping across movies and television shows by casting members across the entire skin color spectrum. The September issue of Teen Vogue is now taking diversity a step further by not only featuring models who

Return of Louis C.K. divides comedy world

Comedy now hostile environment for women Louis C.K. recently made a surprise appearance at the famous Comedy Cellar in New York City and performed a new standup set, less than a year after five female comedians accused C.K. of sexual misconduct.    There have been

The Big Bang Theory calls scene

Sitcom to end after 12 seasons When news of The Big Bang Theory’s cancellation broke out, cast members of the show were left somber but enthusiastic for the final season.  Big Bang premiered in 2007 and gave audiences 12 seasons that featured multitudes of iconic

Public art is now a moving attraction

The new way to see downtown Denver Colorado’s outdoor lifestyle was combined with Denver’s public art scene in the free Downtown Denver Public Art Bicycle tour, commemorating the 30th anniversary of Denver Public Art. With more than 400 pieces of art in the Denver area,

Shit Talk Tours adds finesse to art

MCA’s new tour is captivating The Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MCA) new take on art tours provides art and comedy lovers alike with a great, hilarious, and informative tour of the museum’s extraordinary exhibits. On Aug. 24, the MCA’s summer series “Shit Talk Tours” ended.

Harry Potter’s magic persists

Tattered Cover celebrates 20 years of series Excited gaggles of girls in full robes, cosplayers, and one dad who hadn’t bothered to dress up except for a lightening scar he’d etched on his forehead in red marker all gathered at Denver’s Tattered Cover bookstore for

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Denver art exhibit celebrates powerful women

“Women Behaving Badly” highlights women in history Six minutes west of campus, located off Irving and Colfax, sits the Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Library. It’s a small, fairly new library that holds books and resources for the inhabitants of the West Colfax neighborhood but also currently

Reefer Madness hits the Bug Theatre

Local theater presents witty propaganda On April 6, Reefer Madness: The Musical opened at Denver’s Bug Theatre. The show is an adaptation of the classic propaganda film of the same name from 1936 in which an unsuspecting young school boy is taken under the wing

Woman sells child for Hamilton tickets

Anything for a ticket We respectfully ask our customers to avoid engaging in human trafficking to acquire Hamilton tickets,” the Buell Theater said in an email sent out to Denver Performing Arts Center subscribers Wednesday morning. “Even though the mother who sold her baby for