Brighton Boulevard: A Hipster Denver 'Hood In The MakingA busy street connecting downtown Denver to the interstate, roaring with trucks and running alongside railroad tracks, might not sound like a trendy neighborhood in the making. But now's the time to visit Brighton Boulevard.
Must See Shows Coming To The Denver Center For The Performing ArtsThe jewel of the Denver theater community, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is a wonderful place to catch a show. Here is what to see over the next few months at the DCPA.
Boys & Girls Club Kids Get Lesson About ‘Newsies’Some cast members of the Broadway musical “Newsies” held a workshop for kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. The message of the lesson was be active, live healthy, and look for ways to make a difference in the world.
Spectacular Irish Dancing Comes To The Buell In Time For St. Patrick's DayWith St. Patrick's Day coming up this month you may see some Irish dancing. But none is more spectacular than "Riverdance." The 20th anniversary of the show is now playing at the Buell Theatre.
DCPA Makes Bet With Performing Arts In CharlotteThe Denver Center for the Performing Arts has a lot riding on the Super Bowl. The DCPA bet the Blumenthal Performing Arts and Children's Theater in Charlotte the Denver Broncos would win on Sunday.
UNC Grad Onstage In "Dirty Dancing"A graduate of University of Northern Colorado is performing in "Dirty Dancing."
The Late David Bowie Had Plenty Of Ties To ColoradoThe memorial is growing at David Bowie's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The groundbreaking entertainer died over the weekend after battle with cancer for more than a year, and it seems he had some strong Colorado ties.
Broadway Actor Comes Home In “The Lion King”Gareth Saxe plays the villain in “The Lion King” on Broadway, now he’s bringing his performance home to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Source: Suspicious Items That Prompted Hotel Evacuation Not DangerousThe evacuation of the Hyatt Regency Convention Center Hotel over the weekend was prompted by a suspicious device that turned out not to be dangerous.
Police Felt 'Credible Threat' When Device Found Near Hyatt In Downtown DenverDenver police are continuing to investigate a possible bomb threat in downtown Denver.
Denver Center For The Performing Arts Founder Donald Seawell Dies At 103Coloradans are mourning the loss of a man who helped shape Denver's performing arts scene.
Durango Teens Headed To NYC For National Theatre AwardsTwo high school thespians from Durango are headed to New York City for the National High School Musical Awards.