The night before Minutemen played in Denver for the first time in 1984, at the now-defunct Rainbow Music Hall with Black Flag, the punk progenitors made up of singer and guitarist D. Boon, bassist Mike Watt and drummer George Hurley endured what Watt called a "seventeen-hour hell ride" right after a ... More >>
Big pics below.Pole Dancing Universe's International Pole Dance Competition took place in Denver over the weekend, and according to the organization's Facebook page, there were four big winners: Michelle Stanek (pro division), Phoenix Kazree (amateur), Maria Luz Escalanta (pole artist) and Ti ... More >>
Sebastian Metz's heart is in the right place. If only his brain and body could follow.
In 1985, Westword published its second Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from the Best Cheeseburger at My Brother‚Äôs Bar to the Best Bronco (John Elway, now in his second year with the team), to another future landmark, the Best Addition to the Skyline (Herbert ... More >>
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