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  • FM magazine brings on the future at the hi-dive

    published Dec 31, 2008

    New Year's Eve means the future is almost here, and to welcome that sci-fi time yet to come, FM magazine and Automatica Media are bringing The Future Party to the hi-dive and Sputnik tonight. "The f... More >>

  • Start the party early at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret

    published Dec 30, 2008

      It's New Year's Eve Eve and you're stuck in that mid-holiday rut? Whether you're hoping to celebrate early and avoid the NYE debauch or just want to dig yourself out of the house, a glitzy ni... More >>

  • A Frosty-Free Christmas

    published December 18, 2008

    You gotta have music at Christmas, because it ain’t Christmas without it. But you, like most everyone else, have already decided that you... More >>

  • Gather 'Round the Tree

    published December 18, 2008

    “Even the poorest cottage welcomed the festive season with green decorations of bay and holly — the cheerful fire glanced its rays... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published December 18, 2008

    Into the rush of the holiday season, some sorrow must fall: I just got the news that local bead-sprite Joy Barrett is closing her Studio Bead... More >>

  • Feats of Clay

    published December 18, 2008

    The PlatteForum formula -- teaming a professional artist with at-risk youth to build a unique art show that showcases the work of all -- never... More >>

  • Slinging Mud

    published December 18, 2008

    Muddy Waters on the Platte, better known simply as Muddy’s, first opened its coffeehouse/bookstore/theater in the block of 15th and Platte... More >>

  • Carry a Torch for Christmas

    published December 18, 2008

    In these parts, Christmas on the slopes always has a nice ring: the powder, the icicles, the lights and the nightlife – they’re all part... More >>

  • Dear Diaries

    published December 11, 2008

    The holiday season is rife with traditions: trimming the tree, kissing under the mistletoe, sitting through The Nutcracker for the... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Gary Culig's The SantaLand Diaries swan song at the Bug Theatre

    published Dec 16, 2008

    The holiday season is rife with traditions: trimming the tree, kissing under the mistletoe, sitting through The Nutcracker for the umpteenth time, and -- for the ultra-hip of Denver -- reser... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Find Product at Andenken Gallery

    published Dec 15, 2008

    Adam Sikorski silk-screens every one of his hip graphic tees by hand, so whenever you buy one, whether it be adorned with sequenced birds in flight or toothbrush-toting bunnies or floating ghosts, y... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Trog de Lights turns back on

    published Dec 12, 2008

    Susan Henderson wears many hats, and you could say that at least one of them is a lampshade. That's because the third-generation Denverite and Fuller Sotheby's broker sells lamps in her sp... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Girls Rock! (Are you ready, Denver?)

    published Dec 11, 2008

    The film Girls Rock! is strictly a girl thing, and by that I mean a little girl thing. The visual story of the original Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, it aims straight between the ey... More >>

  • Choices for the Chosen

    published December 11, 2008

    Being Jewish, I do suffer from a touch of that inevitable holiday-season alienation. But I can always count on the Boulder Arts and Crafts... More >>

  • The Nature of Things

    published December 11, 2008

    Love music, but don’t believe in Santa? What about that rigmarole about the manger and the three kings? Is that nothing more than a good yarn... More >>

  • Out of the Closet

    published December 11, 2008

    It is so: Sometimes grown women in the 21st century like to dress up like grown women from the turn of the last century, all decked out in... More >>

  • Say A Little Prayer

    published December 11, 2008

    Eric Matelski, artist and self-proclaimed “art pimp,” is effusive when touting the Wax Burner Prayer Candle Art Show, a... More >>

  • Give Peace a Chance

    published December 11, 2008

    Some think a dove flies over the holiday season: It’s the time of year when we think about peace on Earth and goodwill toward men, and we... More >>

  • Birdhouse Bash

    published December 4, 2008

    Habitat for Humanity is all about putting a roof over the heads of folks who might not otherwise enjoy that luxury; so is a man-made birdhouse,... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Blonde Venus at Fresh City Life

    published Dec 09, 2008

    You can't fault Chris Loffelmacher for being sweet on Marlene Dietrich: Her timeless, leggy androgynous beauty and sultry singing voice (not to mention the cruelly sexy German accent) still rin... More >>

  • Today's Featured Night and Day Event: Willow -- An Artisans Market's Birdhouse Show

    published Dec 08, 2008

    Habitat for Humanity is all about putting a roof over the heads of folks who might not otherwise enjoy that luxury; so is a man-made birdhouse, albeit on a much tinier level. As if to t... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: Mix it up at Denver Open Media

    published Dec 05, 2008

    Tony Shawcross, a 2007 Westword MasterMind awardee, and Denver Open Media have good reason to celebrate. Two years of cracking open the doors of media production to the community by providing i... More >>

  • Today's Night & Day featured event: ArgusFest celebrates the season at the Mercury Cafe

    published Dec 04, 2008

    Jason Bosch, sole dynamo behind the weekly ArgusFest human-rights film series, originally planned to screen the Errol Morris documentary Standard Operating Procedure, a stark look at the Ab... More >>

  • Fair Trade

    published December 4, 2008

    We’re all familiar with the concept of re-gifting, which in this day and age of creeping recession has begun to make more sense than ever.... More >>

  • Talking Shop

    published December 4, 2008

    Whether you like it or not, all hell seems to break loose the minute Thanksgiving is over, and unless you live in Bedford Falls, circa 1946,... More >>

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