Over the years, we've intermittently highlighted unsolved Colorado murders listed on the indispensable Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons website. Our most recent offering appeared last September, on the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims. For loved ones left behind, howeve ... More >>
This past Saturday, we were on hand to witness Playing Apart, the performance art piece featuring ninety students from Bear Creek High School's marching band playing Twisted Sister's "We're Not Going to Take It." The first city-commissioned performance art piece got varied reactions, from stu ... More >>
The melody of Twisted Sister's "We're Not Going to Take It" floated in and out of downtown for thirty minutes Saturday. While the cries and tub-thumping of Occupy Denver protesters were louder, and the people dressed up as gorillas for the Gorilla Run seemed stranger, Denver's first city-spo ... More >>
Tomorrow afternoon, all ninety members of the Bear Creek High School marching band will be strutting around downtown playing their instruments, individually. Each high schooler in Playing Apart (First mentioned on Backbeat) will be dressed in street clothes and playing for a mile or so (in th ... More >>
Um, yeah, so this sounds positively awesome. There's an event planned for Saturday, October 29 dubbed "Playing Apart," in which an entire ninety-piece marching band from Bear Creek High School is going to be spread out through downtown playing their individual parts in separate parts of the ... More >>
A Craig F. Walker photo of soldier Ian Fisher, segmented for use as a navigation tool on the Post's website. Unlike most Denver TV stations, the Denver Post leads its offerings today with a report inspired by 9-11. Blessedly, though, it's not another roundup of anecdotes from people recalling ... More >>
The Fray's video for "You Found Me," the first single from the act's forthcoming self-titled disc, made its online debut Tuesday night on VH1.com. The clip, directed by Bear Creek High School alumni Josh Forbes -- who's also worked on videos for Alkaline Trio, Metro Station, Sara Bareilles and Great ... More >>
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