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  • Blogs

    December 4, 2013

    Womenswear Wednesdays: Freelancer Jessica Joy on her military fashion

    The snow is now falling on Denver's streets, but things were more temperate last Friday when we spotted an interesting style at The Shoppe's closing party. Freelancer Jessica Joy worked at The Shoppe, as well as The Fabric Lab and Plastic Chapel, all before they had to close the doors for good. Read ... More >>

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    July 18, 2013

    Adam Ant on going DIY with his new record

    Born Stuart Goddard in London, Adam Ant was the bass player for a band called Bazooka Joe, an outfit that opened for the Sex Pistols for its first live gig. In 1977, he formed Adam and the Ants, and while early on the group was coming out of punk, after Malcolm McLaren recruited the players to form ... More >>

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    December 28, 2012

    Denver's ten best men's street styles of 2012

    While this year is winding down in a frosty cold breath, it's the perfect time to look back on all the hot fashion that Denver saw this past year. By simply strutting down the street in high style, these men expressed their personalities....and made the city look good in the process. Here are our t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 17, 2012

    What's in your bag? Measuring tape, a sketchbook, and more!

    More often than not, people who design fashion or work in clothing stores see the act of getting dressed as an art form, and they dress with passion. We stumbled upon one of those gifted people, Olivia Mclean, this week. Mclean manages the Buffalo Exchange boutique on 13th Avenue while designing her ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 10, 2012

    Color Shock celebrates color and couture at the TACTile Textile Art Center

    The Yves Saint Laurent spectacular has come and gone from the Denver Art Museum, but its inspiration -- a renewed appreciation for the craft, creativity and sheer beauty of high couture -- stays on, especially within the local design community. The value of that exhibition certainly wasn't lost on ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 27, 2012

    What's in your bag? Dead animals, shades and more at the Westword Music Showcase

    Last Saturday was scorching, and not just because the temperature broke 100 degrees. There was also blazing local music at the eighteenth annual Westword Music Showcase -- with a record-breaking 15,000 fans in attendance. While many focused on remaining hydrated with booze or water, others were fixa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 21, 2010

    Top Five Most Outrageous Musician Stunts

    Last week, on the 101 freeway in downtown Los Angeles, a previously unknown rap-rock group called Imperial Stars stopped traffic so they could play an impromptu gig on the roof of the panel van. Appropriately, the Imperial doofuses performed a song titled "Traffic Jam 101." This ├╝ber-lame, Airhea ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2010

    Billy Duffy of the Cult on punk's influence and playing with Morrisey in the Nosebleeds

    ​ Many people heard The Cult after its breakthrough album, Love, which contained the classic single "She Sells Sanctuary," was released in 1985. But The Cult increasingly became a worldwide phenomenon with its following two albums, Electric and Sonic Temple.

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  • Film

    May 6, 2004

    Bar Code

    Laws of Attraction is so generic, it oughtta be illegal.