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To Cirrhosis, With Love

11 years ago by John La Briola
Not only does the Carioca Cafe boast an Eye Opener Special during its 7 a.m. happy hour (a Bloody Mary shot and a draw of Pabst for $2.25), but it's also home to a jukebox that emphasizes honky-tonk. In honor of country icon Hank Williams, the rail-thin legend who fell...
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The weekend's best dance music: Damian Lazarus, Robert Hood, Heidi and much more

4 years ago by Amber Taufen
There's an extra hour on Saturday night, and we're all going to need it for sure, because there's plenty of dancing to be done this weekend and plenty of folks to help provide the soundtrack, including Damian Lazarus, Robert Hood, Heidi, Ctrl_Alt_Dlt, Insideout and tons more. Keep reading to see...
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The Beatdown

13 years ago by Dave Herrera
Baggs Patrick, longtime host of the Sunday-night open stage at Cricket on the Hill, is calling it a day. "After twelve years, it was getting past my bedtime," he says. "I quit a little sooner than I thought I would, but basically the stage had slowed down, and the fact...
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The Beatdown

13 years ago by Dave Herrera
There's nothing like being neutered. Last week, en route to my bi-weekly estrogen injection, I stumbled on a flier exposing my recent emasculation. Talk about a manic Monday! Thanks to some expert sleuthing by the crack investigators in the Blister 66 organization, I've now been outed. And as if that...
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Letters to the Editor

Colorado's Bad Trip To be or not to be: Regarding Patricia Calhoun's "Reality Bites," in the September 11 issue: Another ironic touch to the promo film Colorado Courage (made by out-of-staters) is that the fake vacationing family is supposedly from North Carolina, whose state motto is Esse Quam Videri --...
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19 years ago by Michael Roberts
For years, Lord of Word and the Disciples of Bass has been considered one of the local bands most likely to sign with a major label and burst into national prominence--but it's not going to happen. After shows at Denver's Bluebird Theater and Boulder's Fox Theatre on Friday, April 10,...
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21 years ago by Michael Roberts
Some good news on the local club scene. Club Mecca, at 1360 College Avenue in Boulder, provides something that the Denver-Boulder area has never really had--an all-ages, no-alcohol, after-hours hip-hop club. The venue is in the space that once housed Ground Zero, a nightspot known for its dark, semi-industrial look,...
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Home, Sweet Home

19 years ago by Michael Roberts
In last week's issue, Westword celebrated 1997's finest albums by national acts. Now it's Denver's turn in the spotlight. What follows is an alphabetical roster of the finest discs released during the last calendar year by locals or recent graduates of the scene. They make always buying Colorado seem like...
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19 years ago by Michael Roberts
There was agony and ecstasy at the third annual Westword Music Awards Showcase. And I should know: Of the 41 sets offered up by a like number of acts at various LoDo nightspots on Sunday, September 21, I caught 37 of them. Being a glass-is-half-empty kinda guy, I was distressed...
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20 years ago by Michael Roberts
Keeping up with the doings of Colorado Public Radio (CPR) is like tracking a major corporation in a perpetual acquisition mode. The statewide system of stations, overseen by Max Wycisk and run from the Denver offices of KCFR-FM/90.1, is forever looking for ways to add members to its family, whether...

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