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Fully Awake: Black Mountain College

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Beer Calendar: Parties and Tappings at Fiction Beer, the Rackhouse and Black Shirt Brewing

4 days ago by Jonathan Shikes
Although consumers may not notice much of a difference, many Colorado breweries, bars and liquor stores were rattled this week when longtime local craft-beer distributor C.R. Goodman revealed that it has been acquired by nationwide liquor distribution giant Breakthru Beverage. Founded by Chuck Robertson and Ken Goodman, who have been...
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Reader: Nothing Equals the Sheer Majesty of Rocky Mountain National Park

29 days ago by Westword
The National Park Service marked its 100th anniversary on August 25, and admission to all 413 national parks is free through Sunday, August 28. Colorado is home to four national parks — Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde, Black Canyon of the Gunnison and the Great Sand Dunes — as...
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Heavy-Metal Band Morgue Whore Bottles Mountain Alchemy

2 months ago by Joshua Lucero
When Morgue Whore bassist Ted Anderson talks about the beginnings of his three-piece heavy-metal band, it becomes clear that the trio has always thrived on darkness and exclusion. “Metalheads are hard to find up in the ski country. It’s hippie-land," Anderson says of Morgue Whore’s early days playing shows to...
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Ex-Coach Chris Craig Ups Ante on FoCo Acts Via Threat to Bomb Utah School

5 days ago by Michael Roberts
Chris Craig took center stage in one of 2013's most bizarre stories: The former college basketball coach turned self-proclaimed "Islamic jihadist" was investigated but never arrested for publicly announcing that all Catholics and Mormons in Fort Collins "would be destroyed" over a two-week period. Now, however, Craig, who's previously been treated...
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Beer Calendar: Bierstadt Lagerhaus Says Hello; Black Project Solves a Mystery

2 months ago by Jonathan Shikes
Colorado's biggest mega-brewery may own the naming rights to one of the state's largest sporting venues — Coors Field — but our largest craft brewer is getting in on the action, too. Fort Collins-based New Belgium Brewing said late last week that it would donate $4.3 million to Colorado State...
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White Hills and Black Mountain Are Never Bound by Psychedelic-Rock Conventions

5 months ago by Tom Murphy
New York City-based White Hills are sharing several dates with Vancouver-based Black Mountain. Though from opposite coasts of the continent, both bands are considered exemplars of modern psychedelic rock while never setting out to fit into a genre, much less be torchbearers for a movement. Perhaps it's something of a...
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Five Films You Need to See in Denver This Weekend

2 days ago by Westword Staff
This weekend, we welcome the highly-anticipated Western The Magnificent Seven and watch Andy Samberg as a bizarre bird in Storks and Zac Efron dive into bully-hazing rituals in Goat. All will be showing just down the street from you, Denver! Here are the five best film openings to indulge in this weekend. Click the movie...
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Ten Things to Do in Colorado in Autumn

3 days ago by Teague Bohlen
Fall is here, with lots of things to do — and not do. Like drinking anything flavored with either pumpkin or spice, or bragging to friends at work about how you caught the perfect day up in the mountains to see the aspens turning. And you no longer have any...
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Reviewed: Women of Abstract Expressionism, Translating Milk Into Milk (Both Closing), More

2 days ago by Michael Paglia
This is a good weekend to get out and see art, with some of this year's big shows nearing the end of their run. Keep reading for capsule reviews of current exhibits in metro Denver.  Closing this weekend: Transforming Milk Into Milk. The handsome Transforming Milk Into Milk, in the...

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