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Jul 7, 2020

Now more than ever, the world needs art

In times of crisis, such as the global outbreak of an infectious disease, some might argue that society cannot be bothered with such a luxury as art. Practicality and austerity, they say, are called for now, not luxury. But local artists would disagree. In fact, some of them say that art is precisely

Jul 6, 2020

R.I.P. Ennio Morricone, Oscar-winning film composer

Ennio Morricone, the Oscar-winning Italian composer best known for his immersive work on Sergio Leone’s spaghetti Westerns, has died. A lawyer for Morricone confirmed that the composer died in a Rome hospital after falling and breaking his leg. He was 91. The Maestro’s vast body of work encompasses more than 500 films, from

Jul 5, 2020

U.K. to Offer Hollywood Actors, Crew Exemption From Quarantine Rules

The U.K. government is to exempt some leading U.S. actors, such as Tom Cruise, and crew from its 14-day travel quarantine to allow Hollywood blockbusters to resume production. The move follows a conversation between culture secretary Oliver Dowden and Cruise earlier this week about restarting filming on the latest “Mission: Impossible” movie. The

Jun 28, 2020

Denver’s thriving arts scene was headed for its best year yet.

When crowds of people return without fear to public events, they’ll be hungry for musicals and symphonies, street festivals and First Fridays. But ready and willing as they are, Denver’s best-known cultural nonprofits have grown increasingly nervous about their uncertain future. For the past three months, social distancing and thousands of canceled events