Ravi Coltrane Quartet | Apr 19, 20, & 21

Apr 21, 2017

Ravi Coltrane is a critically acclaimed Grammy™ nominated saxophonist, bandleader, and composer. In the course of a twenty plus year career, Mr. Coltrane has worked as a sideman to many, recorded noteworthy albums for himself and others and founded a prominent independent record label, RKM.

3rd EVER WordFest | April 18-29

Apr 18, 2017

Su Teatro  presents 3rd EVER WordFest in collaboration with The SOURCE Theatre Company. Ric Salinas and Lauren Poole headline a festival dedicated to the word in all of its manifestations.  Also included are new play readings by Rudolfo Anaya and Tlaloc Rivas.

April 20-22 - 7:30pm
57 Chevy

April 27-29 - 7:30pm
La Burqueña

April 19 - 6:30pm
Workshop Presentation: A Good Child Too Soon

PHAC Spring Art Show & Sale | April 29 & 30

Apr 15, 2017

The Park Hill Art Club will be showcasing a wide selection of artwork created by a talented group of member artists. The collection of work features oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels and photography in a wide variety of styles and themes all reasonable priced.

Park Hill Art Club
Spring Art Show & Sale
Opening Reception - Friday, April 28: 4:30 to 8pm - Meet the artists, music & refreshments
Show & Sale:
Saturday, April 29: 10am to 5pm
Sunday, April 30: 10am to 4pm

The 38th annual Denver Film Festival - featuring more than 250 films and representing 39 countries - had a theme of "come sit and be swept away."

One of the festival's last screenings was "Colorado Short Documentaries: Damaged," a compilation of six shorts depicting people living on the fringes of society.

Jazz and rock began their courtship in the late 1960s. For a while, it seemed like they would never get together. From the beginning of rock ‘n’ roll in the ‘50s, the two genres had kept their distance from one another, each professing its distaste for the other. Yet despite their initial antipathy, despite their feelings that they had nothing in common, that they would never even be seen together, much less engage in any sort of “hook up” behavior, they eventually fell for each other, formed a union and produced a new breed of musical progeny.