Denver Juneteenth Grows With Time

Denver Juneteenth Grows With Time

Denver Juneteenth Grows With Time

Juneteenth, a festival held annually on June 19, is the oldest known celebration to commemorate African-American’s emancipation from slavery in the U.S. On Sept. 22, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation declaring on Jan. 1, 1863 all persons held in slavery within any state, or designated part of a...

Mingle and Sip With the Stars at Genuine Jazz & Wine

Mingle and Sip With the Stars at Genuine Jazz & Wine

Mingle and Sip With the Stars at Genuine Jazz & Wine

Relax in the beautiful backdrop of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, as stars from Smooth Jazz, Fusion and Mainstream Jazz, delight your senses. Known for its scenic splendor, internationally renowned talent and diverse wine selection, Genuine Jazz & Wine delivers a one of a kind, fan-based experience that attendees talk about...

Harold Rapp III: “Expressing Myself Musically and Spiritually”

Harold Rapp III: “Expressing Myself Musically and Spiritually”

Harold Rapp III: “Expressing Myself Musically and Spiritually”

Black Music Month began in 1979 when Kenny Gamble, Ed Wright, and Dyana Williams developed the idea to set aside a month dedicated to celebrating the impact of black music. Created by music business insiders, the group successfully lobbied President Jimmy Carter to host a reception on June 7, 1979...

Music in the Paint: Breaking Down the Art of Juliette Hemingway

Music in the Paint: Breaking Down the Art of Juliette Hemingway

Music in the Paint: Breaking Down the Art of Juliette Hemingway

Music is the common thread that holds all of us together no matter who we are, where we live or how we live our lives. Music has set a deep imprint on Juliette Hemingway in her art, and in her life... Denver artist Juliette Hemingway’s artwork focuses on one genre...