Ratio Beerworks
February 3, 2020

Ratio Beerworks Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary with Joyce Manor, MakeWar, Kali Masi and First-Ever Limited Can

A word from our friends at Ratio Beerworks! To commemorate five incredible years of beer, music, and partying on Larimer Street, we've assembled three massive days of music from February 14-16 featuring Joyce Manor, MakeWar, Kali Masi, Major Sports, Junior Drag, The Gamits, as well as a special...
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303 Music Vol. 3
January 30, 2020

Big Gigantic, The String Cheese Incident to Benefit Youth on Record with Special Vinyl Album

The sounds of Colorado’s finest local musicians have come together once again all on one vinyl. Big Gigantic, The String Cheese Incident, 10 other talented artists and this year's chosen cover artists, Denver’s well-known muralist Rumtum, have teamed up for 303 Music Vol. 3. This special vinyl...
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Weekly Wokely
January 14, 2020

A word from our Director of Programs, Brent Adams

This past Thursday as we prepared to begin our weekly development meeting (Weekly Wokely), I sat back for a moment in awe. I was caught and struck by the number of program staff we now have, the diversity of strength and insight reflected among us, and the deep loving commitment to our students and...
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Suzi Q. Smith
January 8, 2020

Youth on Record Hires Celebrated Poet, Author, and Arts Advocate Suzi Q Smith as Executive Teaching Artist

Youth on Record Hires Celebrated Poet, Author, and Arts Advocate Suzi Q Smith as Executive Teaching Artist If you paid attention to Denver’s art scene in 2019, you know about Suzi Q. Smith. A born and raised Denverite from Park Hill, Ms. Smith is currently the Co-Chair of Denver’s Cultural Affairs...
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CBCA Announces 2020 Business for the Arts Award Honorees | Youth on Record
December 16, 2019

CBCA Announces 2020 Business for the Arts Award Honorees | Youth on Record

CBCA Announces 2020 Business for the Arts Awards Honorees Denver - Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces 12 honorees for its 2020 Business for the Arts Awards, the only statewide event honoring companies and individuals for their outstanding partnerships and engagement with the...
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Michelle Rocqet
December 10, 2019

How Educators Can Battle Burnout with Inner-Life Work

We often view “professionalism” as the ability to separate and/or suppress our personal feelings from the job we are hired to do. But what happens when the job you are hired to do requires you to be open about your own personal experiences? In fact, what if it asks you to be your most vulnerable...
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November 12, 2019

A glimpse into CHSC

I currently teach music at Colorado High School Charter GES, with the homie Kalyn Heffernan. As winter sets in, the room feels warmer by the day as the students, Kalyn & I get to know one another and learn communally. Despite what google.maps may tell you, Colorado High School Charter is located in...
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Michelle Rocqet
October 29, 2019

A non-budgeter’s friendly guide to your emotional cash flow and balance sheet. Get ready to get your flow back in the budget.

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October 22, 2019

Meet Desmond aka UVOGIN

Desmond Dukes aka UVOGIN is a local Denver artist creating cosmic waves with his melodic beats and vowel driven vocal style! Originally from Texas, he recently travelled to Colorado to pursue his music career. He has a love for Japanese culture, and has been learning about their history and customs...
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Levi Double U
October 16, 2019

Get to know Music Ambassador Levi Double U

Tell us about your artist name? Levi Double U came from my original (and current) Instagram handle. When I was thinking about what I wanted to call myself as an artist, I struggled coming up with anything. I don’t really remember what made me think to use the random handle I came up with more than...
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