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  • Skylark Lounge

    Skylark Lounge

    140 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-722-7844

    http://www.skylarklounge.com Regulars at the Skylark Lounge know what a difference a couple of blocks can make: not much. The stalwart watering hole moved in 2003 from its sixty-year home at 58 South Broadway to roomier digs at 140 South, but the revered smoky atmosphere was carefully transferred, along with the pinups and classic Western and sci-fi movie posters that still hang over maroon booths. In fact, there's just more of everything we loved from the old place: more live bands, more parking, and more swaying room -- whether in time with the music or as a result of those generous 'Lark libations. Just don't ask to see the martini specials: The Skylark is for drinkers and dancers, not trendy scenesters. We'll drink to that. More >>

  • Skylite Station

    910 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204

    http://www.skylitestation.com

  • Solar Music Festival

    211 Cam Del Paseo Pueblo Norte Denver, CO 80203

  • Tarshack

    1401 Zuni St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Temple Buell Theatre

    Temple Buell Theatre

    14th and Curtis streets Denver, CO 80204
    303-893-4100

    http://www.denvercenter.org

  • Temple Events Center

    Temple Events Center

    1595 Pearl St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-860-9400

    http://www.templeeventscenter.com

  • Twist & Shout

    Twist & Shout

    2508 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-722-1943

    http://www.twistandshout.com If Twist & Shout heralds the end of the record store as we know it, well, we feel fine. With the advent of digital music files, most record stores are vanishing from the commercial landscape. But rather than passively wait for its demise, Paul and Jill Epstein are raging against the dying of the light. The sprawling Twist & Shout -- relocated in 2006 from its former home on Alameda to the Lowenstein Center on East Colfax -- brings together CDs, DVDs, vinyl, books and rock-era paraphernalia of every description in an enormous yet wonderfully warm space that consumers won’t want to leave. It’s as fine a place to shop for music as any in America, not to mention a terrific venue in which to hear special shows by touring performers. And with a roster that changes monthly, the store's Local Listening Post is a smart way to keep up with the music being made by the people in your neighborhood. More >>

  • The Ubisububi Room

    2015 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80206

  • Witz Coffee

    1489 Steele St. Denver, CO 80206
    720-941-8068

    http://www.witzcoffee.com

  • Wreckreational Arts

    1801 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80204
    303-579-6065

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