Matt Roesle never thought he would be a jewelry designer. As a mechanical engineer, he set his sights on academic pursuits. It wasn't until he was proposed to his girlfriend that Rosele tried his hand at using 3D printing. "I wanted to make a wedding ring and I wanted something unique, but I didn't ... More >>
#52: Michelle Baldwin Seems like burlesque shows are a dime a dance these days in Denver. But back in the twentieth century, real vintage burlesque had pretty much died out here, along with the Curtis Street girly shows of a bygone era, after changing times and urban renewal wiped away downtown's t ... More >>
Fashion is never finished. For many, the new year signals the start of a cycle of goals dedicated to self-improvement and personal passions. One of those individuals is Erika Gamez, a student at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and a violinist whom we spotted in Writer Square because of h ... More >>
Strip and tell at Bender's Tavern.
Skateboarders bring new views to print
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Have a Holly Jolly...Urp!
December 11, 2003
Celeste Krenz comes home — for a sec — while burlesque gets huge.
Old-time burlesque returns with a retro cool.