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Blame Fatale: White Girl Suggests Its Heroine's Suffering Is All Her Own Fault

4 days ago by Abbey Bender
It’s hard to watch White Girl without experiencing a creeping sense of anxiety. Loosely based on the adolescent life of writer/director Elizabeth Wood, the film follows Leah (Morgan Saylor), a college student who parties all night and snorts prodigious amounts of cocaine. She and her roommate, Katie (India Menuez), live...

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...

Tao of Dance

TAO OF DANCE Qigong For Freestyle Dance Flow Doors Open 8pm / 8-8:30 Piano Serenade, Meet and Greet 8:30-9:45 Chinese Qigong Workshop 9:45-10pm Piano by Vivianne Love and Freestyle Dance By...
Classes and Seminars, Dance, Visual Art

Jefferson Park Pub: A Neighborhood Bar in a Neighborhood You Never Knew Existed

1 month ago by Sarah McGill
Jefferson Park Pub is a small neighborhood bar in one of the tiniest neighborhoods in Denver. Jefferson Park itself is a roughly 45-square-block residential enclave bordered by Speer to the north and Federal to the west. The Platte River cuts along its eastern border, and the southern border of the...

Human Waste Challenges (and Toilet Trap) at San Juan National Forest

1 month ago by Michael Roberts
The tremendous popularity of Rocky Mountain National Park — it's currently the third-most visited national park in the country — has brought with it a number of less positive developments, including isolated incidents of parking-lot rage and a high volume of human waste. While most of the latter is left in structures...

Garbage, Wiz Khalifa and Every New Denver Concert Announcement

2 months ago by Westword Music
Megadeth brings its Dystopia World Tour to the 1STBANK Center on Saturday, October 1 with guests Amon Amarth, Metal Church and Havok. Tickets ($35-$50) go on sale on Friday, July 22 at 10 a.m.  Garbage, who released Strange Little Birds last month, headline the Fillmore Auditorium on Thursday, September 15 with Cigarettes...

Brian Napier Explores the Tensions Between Humans and Their Environment

1 year ago by Jamie Siebrase
You can find art all over town — not just on gallery walls. In this series, we'll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery businesses around town. "Art is something I've always been drawn to — no pun intended,"...

There's Nothing Phony About Elvis Costello's Sincerity, Love and Understanding

6 months ago by Tom Murphy
With a stage set like a mythical rendition of childhood in the '50s and '60s, which included a giant TV center stage and radio studio lights on either side, Elvis Costello spent a full two hours presenting an autobiographical, retrospective performance piece with music rather than anything like a conventional...

The Ten Best Restaurants to Open in Denver in 2015

6 months ago by Cafe Society
In December, we brought you our list of the fifteen best new restaurants in 2015. But there was a late flurry of activity at the end of the year, and the intervening months have given us time to sample, ruminate and pare down our favorites to a sleek list of...

Brian Laird Will Soon Have That Kitchen of His Own at Sarto's

2 years ago by Cafe Society
It's been a long time coming -- but Brian Laird, who'd hoped to open Sarto's last fall, is finally nearing the finish line for his Italian restaurant and market. Back in early 2013, when Laird first talked to us about Sarto's, he said he hoped to create "a Northern Italian...


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