Enjoy a live performance by one of these impressive choirs in Denver. You can find them performing throughout the city, and it is always a beautiful and engaging performance by truly stunning vocalists.
In an unprecedented move, Denver Center Attractions and the Book of Mormon have announced that the Tony Award winning show will return to Denver in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House next August for five weeks.
Get to know some of the great poetic minds from Colorado. There are a lot of brilliant poets that call Denver home, here are a few of the best.
Ski season is here and it’s not just the snowflakes that give it away. There’s also the latest movie from Warren Miller Entertainment.
Forget fighting the crowds at the mall. Turn Black Friday into a real holiday and enjoy an extra day out with your family and friends.
“Court to Café: Three Centuries of French Masterworks” in the “Passport to Paris” exhibit at the Denver Art Museum takes visitors into three centuries of French art — high art, functional art, and “let’s just sit on it art.”
It’s always nice to find a place where you can try your hand at a new form of art that you’ve always dreamed of doing. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg says the Art Students League of Denver is one such place.
First there was “Monty Python And The Holy Grail.” Then there was “Spamalot” on Broadway. Now a new production of the Monty Python hit is in rehearsal at Boulder’s Dinner Theater.
Monday, November 11 is Veterans Day. There are a lot of great ways to celebrate this important day, so pick one or two of these events and spend some time honoring these important people.
Denver Arts Week offers a chance to dive into Denver’s local art scene with music, museums, galleries and more. This year the honorary chair of the week is Denver’s First Lady, Mary Louise Lee.