Arts and Culture

denverpost.com

La Cour Bistro and Art Bar is hosting an evening of live jazz and art August 18 from 7 to 10 PM to benefit RedLine, a nonprofit art center based in Five Points. 

baacco.com

Every month, Carolyn Joy of Joy Wine & Spirits shares a divine wine and food pairing with our listeners. 

For a delicious wine pairing for summer grilling - spicy charred steaks, grilled portobello mushrooms, blackened tuna, Cajun spices or hard cheddar cheese - try a slightly cooled glass of Southern Right Pinotage. 

If you've ever been on the fence about liking Pinotage or even South African red wine, the 2013 Southern Right Pinotage just might push you to become a fan.

westword.com

The Chicano Music Festival showcases the rich diversity of Chicano music, including rancheras, calypso, cumbias, traditional ballads, waltzes and polkas – the textured and powerful sounds of folk trios – Chicano rock ensembles and mariachis.

A celebration of music, art and culture, this year marks Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center's 19th annual Chicano Music Festival.

coloradoshakes.org

Bob Bows reviewed the Colorado Shakespeare Festival's performance of "Much Ado About Nothing."

Bows has been reviewing theatre for more than 18 years. Tune in the fourth Friday of each month at 8:40 AM to hear his latest review. 

Jazz on Film: The original jazz party

Jul 17, 2015

In 1954, wealthy socialite Elaine Lorillard had an idea for the “First Annual American Jazz Festival” to be put on over the Fourth of July weekend in the very upscale beach community of Newport, Rhode Island. She enlisted George Wein to produce it and with a few hiccups over the years it has been going strong ever since. Curiously, it is only the second oldest Jazz Festival. That honor goes to the Australian Jazz Convention in New South Wales that has run continuously since 1946. 

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