Arts and Culture

Artist Madeleine Dodge "Rust" | Aug 3

Jul 27, 2018
La Cour

Denver artist Madeleine Dodge was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma and moved to Denver, in 1959. After graduating with her BFA from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1968, she lived in New York City for three years painting and teaching until returning to Denver in 1973 to practice as a strong presence in the Denver artistic community. Her work is included in many collections, both private and public, in the United States and abroad and is currently associated with SparkGallery in Denver, Colorado.

photo courtesy SOS Venezuela Denver

Diana Higuera, Executive Director of Rocky Mountain Welcome Center (a nonprofit organization supporting immigrants and refugees) stopped by KUVO this week to discuss  an event that  SOS Venezuela Denver will be putting on called, Together for VenezuelaThe event  happens Sunday July 29, 2018 from 3-8pm at the McNichols Civic Center Building to help provide humanitarian aid to Venezuela’s

Flying the banner “Big Talent, Small Venues and Great Setting,” the Evergreen Jazz Festival that runs from noon on Friday through 6 p.m. on Sunday has carved out its own niche in the Colorado musical landscape.

Cine en el Parque / Movies at the Park

Jul 21, 2018
http://elcomerciocolorado.com

It's the fourth season of Cine en el Parque / Movies at the Park and it will bring great surprises. The season is now through August 8 at various parks in and around Denver. Lots of fun for the whole family. Sponsors will be present to offer their products and services, and there will be plenty of opportunities to win prizes,” explained Manuel Tejada, president of El Comercio de Colorado & CASA Magazine, who presents the event. These events are completely free.

Wine and Food Pairing: Cuba meets France

Jul 16, 2018
courtesy of Frijoles Colorado

This month Carolyn Joy (of Joy Wine and Spirits) and I are joined in studio by Sergio Negrin of Frijoles Colorado, a one of a kind Cuban restaurant in Lakewood.  Together they put together an amazing feast for the palette. Carolyn brings a Gerard Bertrand Cap Insula French red wine to pair with Sergio’s Ropa Vieja (shredded skirt steak) in a tomato wine sauce with saffron rice and sweet plantains. 

****A special note from Carolyn****

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