Arts & Culture

How to escape the office and never go back

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Denverite Wendy Fox wins the Colorado Book Award for literary fiction with short story collection about corporate lives

Acid reign

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Anthony Lopiccolo is from Detroit, but as a jazz lover he appreciates the music’s deep history in the Five Points area of Denver. That...

Layers of paper, paint and memory

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A tall, white canvas leans against the wall in Clara Nulty’s painting studio.It looks nearly blank, but there’s a pattern of dots, not unlike...

Extracting stories from the industries of the American West

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In the ruins of the sugar mill on Madison Avenue in Loveland, one of the buildings has a message painted on the roof: “IT...

The dark underbelly of Denver

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The postcard version of Denver might look like a brilliant orange and blue sunset gleaming over the Rockies, beautiful young people in parks walking...

Shear zone

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Wandering aimlessly about the internet in the early, lockdown days of the pandemic, Marina Kassianidou stumbled onto some research out of Harvard that proves...

Erin Hyunhee Kang captures loss and healing in ‘A Home In...

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Erin Hyunhee Kang, her husband and their two children stayed in a hotel room on Dec. 30 as they waited to hear news about...

Let it flow

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The Colorado River is in trouble. Now in its 23rd year of drought, the once-mighty water source flowing nearly 1,500 miles from the Rocky...

Making space

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For nearly 30 years, Open Studios has been supporting Boulder County artists by fostering connection between creatives and the community. Nowhere is the nonprofit’s...

Future vision

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It was a winding road that brought Jane Burke back to Boulder as curator of the city’s flagship contemporary art institution. But during the...

A place where everybody’s welcome

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Learning homesteading skills has become a part of Kristopher Wright’s artistic practice.  “It really lights my brain up from a creativity standpoint to be building...

To have and to hoard

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Last week’s snow is stubbornly hanging around in patches along the gravel road leading to Joel Haertling’s five storage units off a major thoroughfare...