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  • A Walk in the Park

    published August 7, 2014

    Burns Park is a hidden jewel in plain sight: Trapped in a traffic-heavy triangle bordered by Colorado Boulevard, Alameda Avenue and Leetsdale... More >>

  • Playbill: Three Shows to See in Denver This Weekend
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    Playbill: Three Shows to See in Denver This Weekend

    published Aug 13, 2014

    Whether you're looking for the element of surprise inherent in an off-the-cuff improv riff, a laugh-out-loud good time as light as a perfect summer evening or a chilling comedy about a woman who obses... More >>

  • Preaching to the Choir

    published August 7, 2014

    Adam Stone doesn’t want to reveal much about the art installation at the center of Screw Tooth’s Prophetia Vetitum Mundi... More >>

  • Photos: Animal Attractions at the Rocky Mountain FurCon
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    Photos: Animal Attractions at the Rocky Mountain FurCon

    published Aug 11, 2014

    You have to wonder why FurCon happens in the heat of August, because, like, thick fur everywhere? Nonetheless, the furries convened over the weekend at the Denver Marriott Tech Center, clad head-to-to... More >>

  • Three Book and Poetry Events for the Week of August 11-17
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    Three Book and Poetry Events for the Week of August 11-17

    published Aug 11, 2014

    It's not too late to travel this summer. The best thing about books is that they can take you anywhere -- and you never have to leave your house. They challenge your mind or simply tickle it, and like... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of August 8-10
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    Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of August 8-10

    published Aug 08, 2014

    Celebrate the great outdoors this weekend with a festival of sculptural works in a park, as well as a show of pieces by people who paint outdoors. And then there's a transcendent exhibit that will tra... More >>

  • Five People to Watch at the International Aerial Dance Festival 2014
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    Five People to Watch at the International Aerial Dance Festival 2014

    published Aug 08, 2014

    You see aerial dance in circuses and burlesque shows, at gymnastics meets and even on the formal dance stage -- but it wasn't always so. And as Nancy Smith of Boulder's Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance w... More >>

  • Light Bright

    published July 24, 2014

    The photogram, or “cameraless photography,” one of the most primitive photographic techniques, first gained attention in the 1930s... More >>

  • Up in Smoke

    published July 31, 2014

    In its fourth year, the ultra-urban Denver County Fair has edged a lot closer to becoming world-famous, and with good reason: Organizers... More >>

  • On the Hot Seat

    published July 24, 2014

    In 1944, Lena Baker became the only woman ever to die in the electric chair in the state of Georgia. The black woman with a checkered past was... More >>

  • Photos: Freaks and Geeks -- and Everyone Else -- at the Denver County Fair
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    Photos: Freaks and Geeks -- and Everyone Else -- at the Denver County Fair

    published Aug 07, 2014

    Over the weekend, the fourth annual Denver County Fair brought everything Denver -- from pot and paraphernalia vendors in the first-ever county fair Pot Pavilion to drag queens and lucha libre wrestle... More >>

  • The Beer Refreshing

    published July 31, 2014

    In the beer-obsessed state of Colorado, a brewer has to try hard to make something really different. And the Lovibond series, a trio of sudsy... More >>

  • Playbill: Three Shows to See in Denver This Weekend
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    Playbill: Three Shows to See in Denver This Weekend

    published Aug 06, 2014

    Going to a play in the summer isn't that different from hitting a blockbuster film or burying your nose in a fat, classic novel: Big themes -- Hurricane Katrina, the silent-film milieu of the early tw... More >>

  • Photos: The Amazing Acro-Cats Rock and Roll at the Bug Theatre
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    Photos: The Amazing Acro-Cats Rock and Roll at the Bug Theatre

    published Aug 05, 2014

    Feline-o-philes of all ages purr with joy whenever the Amazing Acro-Cats slink into town because, you know -- cats playing guitars and riding skateboards and stuff. Animal trainer Samantha Martin has ... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Selah Saterstrom
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Selah Saterstrom

    published Aug 05, 2014

    #63: Selah Saterstrom Much-published author Selah Saterstrom grew up in the Deep South, which she writes about in such works of indie fiction as The Meat and Spirit Plan and The Pink Institution (bot... More >>

  • Three Book Events in Denver for the Week of August 4-10
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    Three Book Events in Denver for the Week of August 4-10

    published Aug 04, 2014

    This week's literary picks bounce between a promising novelist's debut, a pop star's foray into fiction and a bookish wine tasting; read on for all the details. See also: The ten best comedy events i... More >>

  • Joint Exhibition

    published July 24, 2014

    Where there is legal pot, there’s bound to be pot art. Denver artist Michael Canada is banking on the assumption that if people in Colorado... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of August 1-3
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    Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of August 1-3

    published Aug 01, 2014

    It's First Friday and the first day of August, so it should be a fine, balmy summer night for exploring the art districts, from Santa Fe Drive to RiNo. Here are a few one-of-a-kind shows to see, tonig... More >>

  • Poets explore love, Denver style, at the Denver County Fair
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    Poets explore love, Denver style, at the Denver County Fair

    published Jul 31, 2014

    The Denver County Fair, now in its fourth year, was conceived as a big, fat blue-ribbon love letter to everything that's cool about Denver, from local artists and a healthy geek culture to, yes, legal... More >>

  • Photos: The Heads of Hydra couple up for an intimate exhibition at Carmen Wiedenhoeft
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    Photos: The Heads of Hydra couple up for an intimate exhibition at Carmen Wiedenhoeft

    published Jul 31, 2014

    Lovers are already collaborators in life, but what happens when they collaborate as artists? Some would say that a deeper understanding comes into play under the circumstance, that couples creativity ... More >>

  • Meet Me at the Station

    published July 24, 2014

    All aboard! The transformed Union Station officially opens today, showing off a $54 million remodeling project that added a fancy hotel and... More >>

  • Playbill: Three shows to see in Denver this weekend
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    Playbill: Three shows to see in Denver this weekend

    published Jul 30, 2014

    In addition to Adam Stone's experimental work at Buntport, a cat circus and square product theatre's multidisciplinary work in Boulder (see below), this weekend yields a unique playwriting festival, a... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Joseph Coniff
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Joseph Coniff

    published Jul 29, 2014

    #64: Joseph Coniff Like many of Denver's notable emerging artists, Joey Coniff got off to a fast start after leaving the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design and the mentorship of Clark Richert, cl... More >>

  • Back in time: <I>Modern in Denver</I> recalls the last days of Cinderella City
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    Back in time: Modern in Denver recalls the last days of Cinderella City

    published Jul 28, 2014

    When the Cinderella City mall opened its doors in Englewood in the '60s, it was state of the art in an almost Disney-esque fashion, all light and fountains and lofty arches, with a movie theater and t... More >>

  • Three literary events for the week of July 28-August 3
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    Three literary events for the week of July 28-August 3

    published Jul 28, 2014

    This week in the local lit world, you can learn everything you ever needed to know about sleep, laugh it up at a book-signing by a comedian who's taken to writing young-adult novels, or watch authors'... More >>

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