No movie musical says summer better than Grease, which makes it a perfect choice to open the season at Infinity Park's Monday Movie Madness summer series of free family movies. See also: - Grease and ennui: My date last night - Repertory Cinema Wishlist: Robert Altman's Nashville -Repertory Cinema ... More >>
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Jim Narcy JOHN DENVER'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH Olivia Newton-John, Michael Martin Murphey and more 04.21.11 | 1STBANK Center John Denver fans -- and let's be clear, that accounted for pretty much everyone in the building, save for perhaps the odd service employee -- got their money's worth las ... More >>
Big pics below.I'm a Colorado native, so I feel I have the right to say this: John Denver's music sucks. It blows. It sucks and blows at the same time, which should be impossible but somehow isn't. Even covers of his music suck, unless it's Toots and the Maytals' version of "Take Me Home, Cou ... More >>
So tonight's the night when the Centennial state finally gets a place of its own to recognize all the great musicians who've helped put our fine state on the map over the years. And while there's a lengthy list of worthy inductees, it's pretty fitting that John Denver is the first musician ... More >>
When John Denver died in a plane crash in 1997, then Governor Roy Romer ordered that all the flags in Colorado be lowered to half-staff in his honor. So it only makes sense that the singer (born Henry John Deutschendorf Jr.) has been chosen to be the first person inducted into Colorado's Musi ... More >>
Having just won a Grammy for Album of the Year for The Suburbs, the Arcade Fire kicks off its North American tour at the 1STBANK Center on Saturday, April 9, a week before the Montreal-based band headlines Coachella. Local Natives opens the show. General-admission tickets ($40) go on sale thi ... More >>
The fact that John Denver will be inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame this April should come as no surprise to anyone who is familiar with his music. The only surprise is that the organization isn't named for Denver, who is synonymous with Colorado -- and its Rocky Mountains -- worl ... More >>
flickr / nmfinThanks to the absurdly low cost of music and video editing software and an inexhaustible number of people who clearly have too much time on their hands, the Internet has been inundated with mash-ups. Some folks, believe this is a auspicious development for humanity. And while we ... More >>
Lori Midson Last night, while sitting at the bar where the above pic was snapped, Olivia Newton-John's Physical was blasting over the speakers, part of some '80s mix that, thankfully, got progressively better, as did the trio of tacos, which the menu claims are grilled. But judging from the ... More >>
We haven't forgotten you, Claudine.Denver blogs are bloggeriffic! George Jahn at Huffington Post Denver shares the fiery tale of Pamela Phillips, an Aspen socialite busted in Austria for allegedly killing her ex-husband with a pipe bomb in 1996. Oh, sweet memories of Claudine Longet... Stev ... More >>
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