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Ms. Mayhem is co-hosting our first in-person event with Awakening Boutique and Horrid Spirits, featuring a market, drag show and burlesque.
The Denver-born Rebelles see an opportunity to make the music scene safer for women by empowering musicians and audience members alike.
Denver-grown Isabelle Fries brings a fresh face to holiday music with her warm vocals, lovely lyrics and pop-y acoustic guitar.
Denver-based nail artist Yurintzi SerrattoCano has set out to provide clients inclusive and ethical manicures with eye-catching pizzazz.
A new wave of women behind the camera are reshaping the horror genre, bringing dynamic heroes and villains to audiences.
For decades, women have bolstered the career of Clyfford Still, most notably his wife Pati. Today an army of women and nonbinary folks help preserve his work and legacy.
Boudoir photographer Danielle Worthington prioritizes body empowerment, consent and trauma-informed practices during her photoshoots.
Women in comics put to page what they want to see, whom they want to represent them, as they have since the start of the industry.
Queer characters and creators have been in comic books for decades. The characters have been an important part of self-exploration for many.
Our arts and entertainment coverage focuses on femme-identifying people breaking boundaries with their craft—whether that be making space in male-dominated industries or creating community with their projects. If you enjoy these stories, please consider becoming a member for free to help support us.
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