From an art-toy meet-up to an experimental film symposium, this weekend is full of great events -- and we've found ten that are absolutely free. So save your change for bus fare and get out and enjoy this city. Did we miss a bargain? Share news of more economical events in our comments section, and ... More >>
Hola, amigo! Welcome to the weekend! A massive amount of musical goodness awaits you this weekend, the first of this fall season. Whatever you feel like getting into, there are a ton of shows to choose from, whether you're looking for metal, rock, hip-hop or just want to party down like there's no s ... More >>
Friday, September 21, Gothic Theatre, Englewood, 303-788-0984.
Welcome to another splendid week of music in the Mile High City. As usual, there are plenty of shows to choose from this week, from Kreator and Accept at the Gothic to DeVotchKa and Airborne Toxic Event at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony, and we've got them all listed in our comprehensive conce ... More >>
Jason Webley.Jason Webley (due at the Mercury Cafe, Saturday, June 25) started out playing punk rock as a teenager in Seattle, but it wasn't until well into his twenties that he shed that musical skin. It would be difficult to pin Webley with a genre, but it could be said that he mixed perfor ... More >>
Photo courtesy Ukulele LokiThis time of year, some things are meant to go together: mint and chocolate, Rudolph and Santa, Swallow Hill and spangles. Catch the belles of bump 'n grind Orchid Mei, Violetta Volare, Tatianna TaTa, Fannie Spankings, and more at one of Denver's least expected burl ... More >>
Bertolt Brecht's warning fails to move.
Countdown to Zero tells a frightening tale.
PHAMALY shows you how to go with the flow.
Mother Courage shows raw courage.
Wednesday, September 28, Bender's Tavern, 303-861-7070.
Adulterers exploit 9/11 in Paragon Theatre's triumphant Mercy Seat.
For the Dresden Dolls, home is where the art is.
Dirty Story forgets to bite its tongue
As Nazi artillery draws nearer, two opposites share an unlikely love.
Existence is a struggle in Fucking A.
Pleasure Forever indulges the senses in a dark, debauched sound.
The disturbing tale of Belgrade crumples the myth of political innocence.
Germinal Stage Denver celebrates Bertolt Brecht.
Jerry's Record Exchange
Praying for Rain takes a personal look at teen violence.
April 9-15, 1998
A boxed set examines the psyche of the late Bobby Darin.