The winter holidays are over and spring hasn't quite sprung, so what is there to do during this March lull? We've rounded up options ranging from horror flicks to a Morrissey fanatics' meet-up to a fun, smart discussion group -- enough entertainment to tide you over until the weekend partying begins ... More >>
Valentine's Day fell on Thursday this year, but some of the love will carry through the weekend. Whether a V-Day-themed roller-skating party is your jam or you're in the mood for a little friendly Vogue-posing competition, there are plenty of parties to choose from across the city -- and none of the ... More >>
Radio Slave is making up for lost time this weekend when he plays an underground party at Artwork Network, so if you were sad he couldn't make it this past July, now is your chance to see what all the hype is about. The Others and DJ Carlos round out the biggest name in electronic music, but that's ... More >>
Spring is finally here, and that means that more people are touring this way, more patios are opening, and there are plenty more ways to get out and have fun. But just because you'll be going out more doesn't mean you have to part with your hard-earned cash. From '80s-themed burlesque to punk-art sh ... More >>
Path One#TheSolution5 continues tomorrow night with the Art of Records at Family Affair. Here's a sample of the dopeness that awaits you: Path One's take on Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde
There's tons of fresh goodness for you to get into this weekend, including a dance performance at Dikeou, reggae ... More >>
The folks behind Beauty Bar and Derbyville roller-skate shop have teamed up for Down & Derby Roller Disco: Hair Metal Edition at Exdo Event Center (1399 35th Street). The skating party that brings back the glory days of '70s roller disco is held on the third Friday of every month; on February 17, Be ... More >>
Without a doubt, the biggest news in dance music this weekend is the inaugural Great American Techno Festival, John Templeton's brainchild that aims to bring top-tier techno to beer-drinkers and technophiles alike. And there's plenty more to round out Dance Card this weekend -- here's what's on our ... More >>
After a weekend full of Pride and the greatest Music Showcase we've presented, how can you even think about enjoying yourself again? Well, we have a few ideas for you. This weekend is as chock-full of dance grooves as ever.
Sonic Bloom up in Georgetown is where the big party will be at this ... More >>
Photo by Britt ChesterIt's safe to say that we've got you covered on live music for the weekend, but in case you are looking to start the party early, we've got you there, too. The Westword Music Showcase is days -- pfft...mere hours -- away, and what better way to kick start the festivities with a ... More >>
Drawing inspiration from eccentric 1950s bandleader Spike Jones, as well as from found sounds and field recordings, Sean O'Neal (aka Someone Else) is an experimental minimal techno and house producer who is really doing his own thing.
Having performed at the world's greatest nightclubs, including ... More >>
This is not a token "throwback to the early days of Lipgloss party." We repeat, this is not a throwback. Creep, which kicks off December 15 at Beauty Bar, is a totally new night brought to you one of the DJs who birthed Lipgloss, but Michael Trundle, aka Boyhollow, stresses that the resemblan ... More >>
It's the start of a big week for film buffs, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of non-movie related activities to partake in this week. Of course, if you're inclined, you can certainly weasel your way into a few of the films for the Starz Denver Film Festival. If you're not, you'll be ... More >>