Earlier this year, Marion Street Tattoo was officially certified as a green business by the Denver Department of Environmental Health. The only tattoo shop in the city to currently hold the title, the business hopes to set an example for other tattoo shops. Owner and artist Ryan Willard and says he ... More >>
Update, 3:30 p.m. 4/29/13: Just got off the phone with Kent Shelton from the Gothic, who told us that a memorial in remembrance of Chris Haney is planned for this Friday, May 3 at the Gothic Theatre. Keep reading for the exact details and a few additional words from Shelton about his departed friend ... More >>
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Manu Budant Artists will paint on almost anything for charity: skateboards, vinyl toys, cat statues, guitars -- you name it. Now an ever-growing slice of locals are contributing hand-painted bowling pins for the Wish for Wheels Bowling Pin Art Charity Show, a one-night affair on Saturday, Jan ... More >>
After reading the above headline, you're probably thinking: Denver needs another tattoo parlor and art gallery like it needs another dispensary, right? Hold on. This one's a little different. For starters, it's being run by Emily Francis, a cherished member of the local music scene.
It's been said that the mark of a truly great band is the ability to deliver the same caliber performance in front of virtually nobody as you would for a crowd of thousands. Gared O'Donnell from Planes Mistaken for Stars didn't just subscribe to this notion, he lived it. Emily Francis, who managed P ... More >>
This pair is out to change the concert business in Denver.
This lady has helped keep Planes Mistaken for Stars airborne.