Arts and Culture

Jazz on Film
9:52 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Jazz on Film: Charles Lloyd's Transcendent Moments

“The best music causes molecular changes in the atmosphere around the players and their audience. Once you hear the music you are never the same. We go out somewhere and we don’t come back the same.”  -- Charles Lloyd

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Arts and Culture
4:45 pm
Tue April 14, 2015

Be There or Be Square | History Colorado 1968 Exhibit

Information and text from History Colorado Center
Credit History Colorado Center

Presented by History Colorado Center, The 1968 Exhibit brings the pivotal year in American history to life through photographs, vintage pop culture items and interactive displays.

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Live Performance
2:52 pm
Tue April 14, 2015

Su Teatro Word Fest | April 20-26

Bobby Lefebre

Su Teatro Performing Arts and Cultural Center is hosting its 1st Ever Word Fest April 20 through 26, a festival dedicated to promoting a deeper appreciation of the written word and showcasing world-class writers and artists!

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Movie Review, XicanIndie Film Fest XVII
11:40 am
Fri April 10, 2015

XicanIndie Film Fest XVII: Words of Revolution Review

XicanIndie XVII Film Fest Director Daniel Salazar (right) and Su Teatro Artistic Director Anthony J. Garcia (left) introduce Words of Revolution with the help of a friend of the director's (center).
Credit KUVO

On the opening night of XicanIndie Film Fest XVII hosted by Su Teatro Performing and Cultural Arts Center, award-winning film Words of Revolution helped kick-off the festival showcasing the best in Chicano independent films and Latino World Cinema Ap

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Book Review
3:53 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Book Review: Herbie Hancock - In the Moment

In this book, Possibilities, by Herbie Hancock, the words seem to flow as the author’s music career has evolved—smoothly and naturally. Herbie’s musical talent was apparent at age eleven, when he won a contest right to perform with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. An early aptitude for understanding technical material and analysis, plus joy in taking things apart, foretold a career in engineering. His practical parents used an uncle’s South Chicago address in the Hyde Park High School district to qualify him a place at a desired school. His classes were easy.

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