Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is expanding the city’s $1 million holiday ad campaign.
“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.”
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.
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.
Three-hundred years of fine art takes center stage in Denver with “Passport to Paris” — a three-part exhibit that opens Sunday at the Denver Art Museum.
One of the most popular shows on TV is the Discovery Channel’s “Mythbusters,” and starting this week anybody can become a part of the “mythbusting” world.
The Full Monty was released as a movie in 1997 and then hit Broadway in 2000. Now it’s playing at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre.
The battle of the sexes takes center stage during “Defending the Caveman” and everyone leaves laughing.
Take a world-renowned conductor and an orchestra recognized the world over and you do get some beautiful music made.
There are some big changes coming to Denver Restaurant Week including a bigger price tag.