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Why So Serious, Louie Anderson?

Comedian Louie Anderson credits his decades-long career with comedy that "means something." (Photo provided by Eve Sadof)

Louie Anderson is returning to Denver to play Comedy Works South, but before that he’ll kick off eTown’s new comedy series in Boulder.



Bohemian Nights announces 10th anniversary lineup for Fort Collins’ NewWestFest

Fort Collins-based NewWestFest announced its 10th anniversary Bohemian Nights Colorado music schedule, including more than 75 acts. (Photo provided by Bohemian Nights)

More than 75 Colorado acts will play the Aug. 15-17 Bohemian Nights stages at Fort Collins’ NewWestFest. Check out the full lineup.



“Here Comes the Sundial” benefit to feature Petals of Spain, Ian Cooke, Jen Korte, Jonny 5 covering famous songs

"Here Comes the Sundial" benefit to feature Petals of Spain, Ian Cooke, Jen Korte, Jonny 5 covering famous songs

Cranmer Park’s famous sundial in the Hilltop neighborhood is getting some help from some high-profile Denver musicians on June 8.



Guided by Voices’ Robert Pollard talks endurance, touring and art inspiration before Gothic Theatre show

Guided by Voices is, from left to right, Mitch Mitchell, Greg Demos, Robert Pollard, Tobin Sprout and Kevin March. (Photo provided by Ground Control Touring)

Guided by Voices’ Robert Pollard reflects with Reverb on his band’s latest tour, the 20th anniversary of “Bee Thousand,” and his collage art-making process.



Why So Serious, Matt Braunger?

Comedian and late-night veteran Matt Braunger, who co-founded the Portland, Ore.-based Bridgetown Comedy Festival, headlines Comedy Works South through May 25. (Provided by Avalon Management)

Portland-bred comic Matt Braunger talks Portland, unfortunate fashion choices and more before his Comedy Works South sets.



Chuck Morris talks $6 million Fiddler’s Green renovation, Volunteer Jam, and Colorado Music Hall of Fame

Colorado promoter Chuck Morris (second from left) with his family in 2012. Photo by Evan Semon, special to The Denver Post.

Chuck Morris talks Fiddler’s Green renovations, Colorado Music Hall of Fame and more.



Denver Day of Rock brings 25 acts, 100,000 people and no Pitbull

Denver Day of Rock 2013

When 100,000 people swarm downtown during this weekend’s free Denver Day of Rock, they’ll see 25 national and local acts playing rock, pop, R&B, folk, indie and country music across five stages. But they won’t see Pitbull.



Five Points Jazz Festival returns all beefed up in its 11th year

DENVER, CO. - MAY 18: The Buckner Funken Jazz band performs on the Five Points Plaza stage at the Five Points Jazz Festival, May 18, 2013. The festival runs 11am to 8pm on May 18, 2013 and is a free community event highlighting local musicians, art and the historic Denver Five Points neighborhood. (Photo By Mahala Gaylord/The Denver Post)

The free event, which returns for its 11th year on May 17, features bumped-up music offerings from 30 different acts on nine stages around Five Points.



Rock Comic Con returns during Denver Comic Con weekend with Magic Cyclops, H2Awesome!, Total Ghost

The 7th annual Rock Comic Con returns to Denver June 13-14. (Photo provided by Rock Comic Con)

Rock Comic Con returns during Denver Comic Con weekend with Magic Cyclops, H2Awesome!, Total Ghost and more to be announced.



Why So Serious, Kevin McDonald?

Kids in the Hall veteran Kevin McDonald will perform and teach a two-day improv class at the Ballpark neighborhood's Voodoo Comedy Playhouse May 2-4. (Provided by Voodoo Comedy Playhouse)

“Kids in the Hall” veteran Kevin McDonald teases his shows and classes in advance of his Voodoo Comedy Playhouse visit.