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We’re at the halfway mark of 2016, and it has already proven to be one of the most surprising years for music in recent memory. In the first six months we’ve heard long-awaited releases from Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna and David Bowie, and been surprised by offerings from Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar. Musicians like The 1975, Ariana Grande and M83 all finally emerged from the studio with different takes on the pop landscape. more
Denver’s annual gathering of all things nerd convened June 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Over the weekend, around 114,000 fans of all shapes, sizes, and species attended the weekend event, and we at Colorado Community Media, were some of them. We explored the realms of creativity, paused to meet some interesting characters and delved into the worlds of magic, science fiction, fantasy and gaming. Here we’ve gathered some of our favorite photos of the three-day event. more
There’s no shortage of fun summer activities in Colorado, from mountain hiking and camping to team and outdoor sports. But for a landlocked state, Rocky Mountain folks sure do love the water. “Water is magical. Nothing quite says summer … more
There’s no shortage of fun summer activities in Colorado, from mountain hiking and camping to team and outdoor sports. But for a landlocked state, Rocky Mountain folks sure do love the water. “Water is magical. Nothing quite says summer … more
“Gods and Goddesses, Mythical and Magical” is the intriguing title for the 90-member Denver Concert Band's final formal performance of this season at Lone Tree Arts Center, set for 2:30 p.m. April 10. Jacinda Bouton of Lone Tree is conductor of … more
The Colorado Wind Ensemble, with new conductor David Kish, a Metro State University faculty member, will perform with and alongside the Queen City Jazz Band in a program titled “Playing With Fire” on April 2 and 3. The program includes: … more
“Most of my work is done in the studio, but the body of work here was done entirely outdoors. I took a portable easel and art supplies out each day and searched for a nearby view that I thought might become the basis of a composition. Then I would … more
“Some artists love the hunt for rejected and discarded objects of all shapes and sizes and materials and then, in the most creative ways, reconstruct them to present the world with a new object — a work of art.” That statement is from curator … more
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