Equinox Theatre Company recently premiered their unique rendition of the classic musical Little Shop of Horrors! It runs at the Bug Theatre in Denver Friday and Saturday […]
Science writer Mary Roach has developed a career specializing in popular science and doing it with respect and wit. Since the publication of her first book […]
Locally based social justice organizations say the reasons they’re keeping a keen eye on the race for Boulder County’s District attorney between Mike Foote and Michael Dougherty, concern everything from over-incarceration to the uptick in hate crimes.
As we approach the primary elections in June, there’s an event happening in Boulder designed at engaging people in politics through the arts. Politics for the People, Art Speaks Truth to Power happens at Madelife, a community creative space in Boulder on Saturday June 2nd.
A box of crayons on his desk inspired Drew’s first book, “The Day the Crayons Quit.” His parents’ generosity served as the bedrock for his latest. […]
With recent layoffs at the Denver Post by its hedge fund owner Alden Global Capital, a lot of local and national discussion has focused on finding a new local owner who would invest in the newspaper. There has been little analysis of the systemic problems surrounding corporate media and what non-profit alternatives might be preferable.
Yale University ornithology professor Richard Prum’s newest book is Evolution of Beauty. How Darwin’s Forgotten Theory of Mate Choice Shapes the Animal World–And Us. The author makes his case for […]