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Five Things We Learned From the JonBenet Ramsey Media Barrage

3 days ago by Alan Prendergast
It's been almost twenty years since six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey was murdered in her Boulder home, but it feels like yesterday. Maybe because it was yesterday, and the day before that, and the one before that, and so on,  that we've been subjected to a blitz of cheesy re-enactments of the crime on...
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100 Favorite Dishes: Sloppers at Gray's Coors Tavern, Diego's

6 days ago by Westword
No. 60-61: Sloppers at Diego's and Gray's Coors TavernPueblo has several culinary claims to fame (including the Super Pass Key sausage sandwich), but none bigger than the slopper, which landed on the foodie map after a story on the Travel Channel in 2010 that featured Gray's Coors Tavern, a classic Pueblo watering hole credited...
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OMG, Shawn Mendes Is Coming to Denver, and All New Concert Announcements

10 days ago by Westword Music
Shawn Mendes, who's set to release his new album, Illuminate, on September 23, will be at the Pepsi Center on Monday, July 17; tickets go on sale Saturday, September 17, at 10 a.m.  Channel 93.3'S Not So Silent Night 2016, featuring Empire of the Sun, Kaleo, the Strumbellas, JR JR and...
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T.J. Miller on His Booming Career, Growth and Pot in Denver, and His Latest Tour

13 days ago by Stephanie Grey
T.J. Miller was born and raised in Denver, and now he's bringing "The Meticulously Ridiculous Tour" to Denver for a last stand on September 16, when he'll take the stage of the Paramount with his wife, Kate Miller, and Nick Vatterott, for performances that will be filmed live for Miller's...
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Riot Fest Denver Day Three Gets Spooky

20 days ago by Oakland L. Childers
Riot Fest 2016 will be remembered for the fact that, after more than thirty years, the Misfits finally put differences aside and got on stage together. But this is a three-day festival, and a lot happens between each evening's headliners. Still though, the Misfits! Juliette Lewis & The Licks It’s...
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Joseph “Partylord” Olenik Is Denver’s King of Heavy-Metal Pop Art

26 days ago by Chris Krovatin
It’s a summer afternoon, and Joseph Olenik, better known as Partylord, is sweating his ass off. His backyard studio, which he shares with fellow artist and roommate Pickle Palmer, has no circulation, and the screen-printed beer koozies and wood cuts filling the space only serve as a sort of stuffy...
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Craig Robinson At Last Gets to Show His Range in Morris From America

1 month ago by April Wolfe
In contemporary film, it’s typical for an African-American character to be the sole person of color in the story, only existing to reveal hidden racism or make white people uncomfortable with themselves. Black characters rarely get to talk to other black characters. Last year, Manohla Dargis suggested a new Bechdel-type...
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Nine Cool Colorado Inventions — and One Imposter

1 month ago by Patricia Calhoun
Colorado celebrated its 140th birthday on August 1. Because it was admitted to the Union on the hundredth anniversary of this country’s declaration of independence, it was quickly nicknamed the Centennial State. But to us, it’s always been Coolorado, the coolest state around, and the thousands of people moving here...
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String Cheese Incident, Deerhunter and All New Denver Concert Annoucements

2 months ago by Westword Music
As we reported earlier this week, the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience is coming to the Pepsi Center on Sunday, March 19. Tickets (39.50-$99.50) go on sale on Saturday, August 13, at 10 a.m.  The String Cheese Incident will be at the 1STBANK Center for a three-night New Year's...
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The Ten Biggest Colorado Disasters, Natural or Not

2 months ago by Teague Bohlen
On August 5, 2015, three million gallons of toxic mine-mustard were released into the headwaters of Colorado’s Animas River, wreaking havoc on the natural ecosystem from Silverton down to Durango and beyond. The cleanup — both physical and political — is still ongoing, and the aftermath of that year-old mess got...

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