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The limits of empathy

The man looks unassuming. He’s Teodoro Ulber (Nathán Pinzón), a middle-aged English professor, short and squat with proper manners and nice clothes. He’s timid in the company of women; reserved around men. But little children seem to like him, even trust him. Right up to the moment he cuts their throats. Much like Truman Capote’s […]

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Found Sounds — Nov. 17, 2022

Can Queen Taylor be dethroned? That’s the question emerging in this week’s batch of bestsellers from Paradise Found Records & Music. Swift’s Midnights continues to dominate for the third week since its Oct. 21 release, as the reissue of Daft Punk’s Alive 2007 reissue nips at her heels. (Also: Boulder really loves King Gizzard.) 1. […]

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‘It’s my sanctuary’

At first blush, the synopsis of Dylan & Zoey sounds like a warm and uplifting tale of a rekindled connection. With only 24 hours left in Los Angeles, Zoey (Claudia Doumit) reaches out to her estranged best friend Dylan (Blake Scott Lewis). He is initially dubious, but the pair soon pick up where they left […]

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The ghosts of Sakura Square

Denver’s Sakura Square is haunted. But it’s not the usual apparitions stalking the city’s historic Japanese American neighborhood in ZOTTO, the new immersive production opening this weekend. Instead, it’s the ghosts of racial strife, past and present: historical horrors like Japanese internment during World War II, alongside the discriminatory inheritances of redlining, resettlement and gentrification. […]

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