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Elliott Gould reflects on the extremes of his six-decade career ahead of visit to Boulder - Sun, 18 Feb 2018
His new film "Humor Me," co-starring Jemaine Clement from Flights of the Conchords, is executive-produced by Boulder-based Superlative Films.

5 winter adventures in Colorado you can’t have until the sun goes down - Sun, 18 Feb 2018
Snowshoe to a full-moon dinner, head out for a starlit trek or howl with wolves.

Interactive art lures Civic Center visitors with color, music - Sat, 17 Feb 2018
Sounds of the Caribbean filled Civic Center park in downtown Denver Saturday afternoon as 8-year-old Dash Elliott hammered keys on a modified piano. As park goers were serenaded they were also intrigued, prompted to take a closer look at the 20-foot interactive art installment.

New claims about another Trump affair, alleged coverup - Sat, 17 Feb 2018
President Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs attracted fresh attention Friday amid new claims about a nine-month relationship with a former Playboy centerfold who was reportedly paid $150,000 by a tabloid publisher who never ran her story.

Working out more? Here are some ways to get the protein your body needs — without the meat - Sat, 17 Feb 2018
How do you fuel a workout? What's good for post-run recovery? Just tell me what to eat!

New app will allow you to text the chef a question while you try one of her recipes - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
This is how much Hsiao-Ching Chou believes in the recipes in her new cookbook: She's going to let you text her if you have any problems.

Your selfie as fine art? Denver thinks so — if you pose with one of its 400 public pieces - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
Finally, some vindication for all those selfie-holics out there: Self-taken portraits can be fine art in Denver Arts & Venues's celebration of public art in the city.

Staff book pick: “The Perfect Horse” by Elizabeth Letts - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
Don't expect perfect writing in this nonfiction (with a healthy dose of historical fiction woven in) tale of the rescue of Lipizzaners in the waning days of World War II. Instead, read this for the well-researched story, and what it will teach you.

Will Colorado’s Red Gerard get a homecoming parade to honor his Olympic gold medal? Silverthorne is trying to make it happen. - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
Local businesses have adjusted marquees to honor Gerard's gold-medal run Saturday in the men's slopestyle competition.

“The Black Panther” movie, already a national flashpoint, becomes Colorado rallying cry - Fri, 16 Feb 2018
"The Black Panther," America's best-known black superhero and Marvel's new, $200 million action flick, is landing on 4,000 screens nationally this week during a cultural moment of its own making.