Entertainment

Eklund Opera presents ’the perfect Verdi opera’

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Nicholas Carthy describes La traviata as “the perfect Verdi opera.” Based on the 1848 novel by Alexandre Dumas, La Dame aux Camélias (The lady of...

Many days in the life

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Like Same Time, Next Year with less guilt or When Harry Met Sally ... with a somewhat different ending, One Day pops in and out of the lives of characters played by Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess across two decades, spanning university graduation to older, wiser 40...

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

The Little Mermaid grows some teeth

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Thanks to Disney’s ability to cash-in on nostalgia, a tale as old as time with songs as old as rhyme is back in theaters...

Shadyac’s Travels

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The artist’s life is one of constant searching. Theirs is a restless journey, one constantly straining to see over the next horizon — and filmmaker Tom Shadyac’s journey has taken some unexpected turns that have finally brought him to Boulder...

listen up!

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Thursday, April 17: Pickin’ for Peace. 6 p.m. till the cows come home. Nomad Theatre, 1410 Quince Ave., Boulder, 720-444-6981...

Comedy queens Fey, Poehler to host Golden Globes

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Two of the most successful women in comedy will pair up on hosting duties for the 2013 Golden Globes, NBC has announced. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, each of whom leads a successful NBC comedy, will take over for Ricky Gervais when the awards show airs Jan. 13...

REVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age at Red Rocks, 08-15-13

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Call me a fanboy. Call me obsessed. Call me what ever you'd like, but I'm of the firm belief that no band has made better rock music over the past decade-and-a-half than Queens of the Stone Age. Queens is one of the few great bands whose output has never once ...

From politics to Boulder jazz

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During the 2000 election, the second Carmen Sandim saw a waving field of grain or a Rockwellian downtown tableau flash across the screen, she knew what was coming next...

Network

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When writer Paddy Chayefsky penned the script for Network, he stumbled onto something special. When director Sidney Lumet and actors Faye Dunaway and William...

Cuteness gets old

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If the French-made, globally minded study in adorableness known as Babies keeps a few Westernized parents from over-scheduling, micromanaging, helicoptering and snowplowing their way through their neurotic kids’ existence, then I say give director Thomas Balmes the...