It’s been 10 years since the Morgan Spurlock documentary “Super Size Me” challenged people to think about what goes into a meal at McDonald’s. We’ve never looked at chicken nuggets...
NEW YORK – A big Broadway stage can leave even the most confident performer feeling a bit lonely. Not Emily Padgett or Erin Davie these...
- A stage fiasco turns funny in ‘Play On!’
- Immortal songs, splendid voices in ‘Les Mis’
- At the Strater, doing the Time Warp – again
- Review: Sting’s ‘The Last Ship’ is thrilling stuff
- ‘One Day Like This’
DENVER – In one corner of the gallery, Grace Kelly polishes her engagement ring on screen in the 1956 musical “High Society.” In a case...
- Photography, the old fashioned way
- Blue-chip offerings at NYC fall art auctions
- Exhibit on Paul Simon’s life to debut at Rock Hall
- Local artists celebrate wild landscapes
- Exhibition probes the mystery of Sherlock Holmes
WASHINGTON – In the late 1980s, when Henry Owings was a teenager living in York, Pennsylvania, he’d drive his mom’s gray Oldsmobile two...
- Chopin’s heart exhumed in secret, like a relic
- Like father, like sons
- AC/DC drummer lives at full speed among retirees
- It’s a revival
- Powerful piano and classical music to meet on stage
The recently released Sinking Suspicions by Sara Sue Hoklotubbe is number three in her popular Sadie Walela series. Hoklotubbe lives in Pagosa Springs and is a...
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Film & TV
Animas City Theatre
(128 E. College Drive, 799-2281, www.animascitytheatre.com)
It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret...
- ‘Pelican Dreams’ strikes gold with big birds
- Mike Nichols, crafter of films, plays, dies at 83
- Review: Mockingjay – Part I
- Steve Carell vows not to ‘play it safe anymore’
- Felicity Jones an essential addition to ‘Theory of Everything'