Sub.mission dubstep is arguably the most influential music authority in Denver. Consistently winning Westword's Best Of Denver awards for various shows and events, Sub.mission has been bringing the underground dubstep sounds to Denver for seven years. Thanks to founder Nicole Cacciavillano, and a cr ... More >>
Monday, August 6, Ogden Theatre, 888-929-7849.
As you might have heard, Van Halen played the Pepsi Center in Denver last night, dusting off a few hits from its mega-selling album, 1984. Roving photographer Brandon Marshall hit the Pepsi Center parking lot asking fans to share where they were in 1984. Here's some of the people he talked to, and y ... More >>
Wednesday, April 25, Bluebird Theater, 888-929-7849.
There aren't many actors around who can claim to have met Laurence Olivier, David Frost and Noel Coward -- however briefly -- or who still refer to Macbeth as Mackers, to ward off the curse associated with the play. But then, there aren't many who bring to the stage the wealth of experience that J ... More >>
Westword caught up with the Fray's chief songwriters, Isaac Slade and Joe King, for a track-by-track breakdown of Scars & Stories, the new record. If you've bought the record and you're listening right now wondering what "Run for Your Life" or "Here We Are" is about, wonder no more. Or if you came h ... More >>
Paul Simon...looking seeeexy.In a recent interview, Paul Simon proclaimed that he's no longer concerned with topping the pop-music charts, and that he can now go back to writing and performing the songs that are true to his nature. To that statement, we say, "FUCK YOU, PAUL SIMON." We love yo ... More >>
The Parlotones is not a household name in North America, but it is one of the best known bands out of South Africa. With hit singles in its native country, the Parlotones started to make waves outside South Africa with its second album, 2005's Radiocontrolledrobot. Hailing from Johanesburg, ... More >>
I've never been a fan of soccer, but seeing everyone get all fired up for the start of the World Cup this past weekend gave me a great excuse to revisit the other cool thing you've probably never realized about South Africa, and that's the fact that some rockin' good juice is produced there. ... More >>
Here at Westword, we have a soft spot in our hearts for all local demonstrations of community between struggling cultural organizations. But when one of our designated Masterminds, Jason Bosch of ArgusFest, reaches out a helping hand to another, the Denver Voice, well, we just have to feel a littl ... More >>
The Insight Speaker Series presents Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
A Gallery M exhibit takes participant photography to a new level.
Itís not torture, but this latest Mideast thrillerís as conventional as they come. Weíre (water) bored. (Sorry.)
Robert Towne's homage to a struggling writer is something of a struggle itself.
Look out, Cherry Hills: The world's coming to Denver.
How a local burrito joint wrapped up the nation's fast-casual food market.
PeakArts founder Karen Romeo may be a victim of the Boulder arts community's haughty ego.
Bidet manufacturer Hal Bregman hasn't sold a buttload of units, but he stands behind his product.
How a couple of "average, flawed people" are jammin' till the jam is through.
Denver officials join the Department of Aviation and see the world.