Review: In ‘Kill Move Paradise’ at TimeLine Theatre, black lives are cut short — then they turn on the audience

Ryan Emens’ pulsing set for “Kill Move Paradise,” the new show at TimeLine Theatre, looks like a half pipe in a skateboard park. On to that ramp, one after another, are flung a series of bodies, all belonging to African-American men.In James Ijames’ play, directed with passionate visual panache and visceral emotional force by Wardell Clark, the bodies seem...

Bisa Butler’s stunning quilted portraits celebrate Black identity and African roots

Written by Chelsea Lee, CNNBrilliantly colored and full of visual drama, Bisa Butler's larger-than-life sized quilted portraits are nearly indistinguishable from paintings. Creating works that have appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, and sold at auction for up to $75,000, Butler is taking quilting into the realms of high art. For over 20 years, Butler, who is based...

2022 COLORADO PRIMARY ELECTION GUIDE

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The Alternative Teacher Certification Sector Outside Higher Education

This report contains a correction. Introduction and summary During the COVID-19 pandemic, many families had to support pre-K to 12 students as they attended school remotely, a necessity that illustrated how invaluable teachers are in a more direct and visceral way than ever before. Research backs up these experiences: Teachers have a...