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STS9, Ludacris and the Biggest Concerts in Denver This Weekend

16 days ago by Westword Music
STS9 kicks off a two-night stand tonight at Red Rocks, and Luke Bryan starts his two-night stand at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. On Saturday, it's the High Elevation Rock Festival, featuring Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, Chevelle, Pierce the Veil, Ministry, Killswitch Engage and more at Fiddler's Green while Punching Mule Festival, featuring Ludacris, Galactic,...

The Denver Botanic Gardens Lands a Dale Chihuly Sculpture for its Permanent Collection

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
To call Chihuly, which closes November 30 after several months at the Denver Botanic Gardens, a success, would be something of an understatement. Made up of Dale Chihuly's monumental glass sculptures nestled into the picturesque landscaping of the grounds, the show has nearly doubled last year's attendance numbers at the...

Whiskey tasting at Ste. Ellie, beer dinner at Great Divide tonight

3 years ago by Loren Lorenzo
Two weeks until Christmas and you're far from ready. But that's no reason to start shopping now -- not when you can instead drink whiskey in a basement for a good cause or indulge in a four-course, tap-room dinner. Read on for more details about booze with benefits. See also:...

Dale Chihuly Makes a Match With 1401 Lawrence

9 years ago by Amy Haimerl
Dale Chihuly's Icicle Creek Chandelier (left) in Leavenworth, Washington, and Victoria and Albert Rotunda Chandelier in the V&A Museum in London. Images from Fire by Portland Press. (Photos by First Look.) Dale Chihuly is making Colorado his second outpost -- or at least he should. The Seattle-based glasswork artist has...

Nine months after Colorado's worst flood, the musicians of Lyons are ready for a comeback

2 years ago by Kiernan Maletsky
Thick sheets of rain started falling in Lyons on the night of September 11, 2013. Most people didn't think much of it until a few hours in, when sirens wailed through the deluge and a flat voice came over the town's public-address system: Floodwater warning. Move to higher ground immediately...

Lollapalooza lineup: The Chain Gang of 1974 and Tennis due at this year's fest in August

5 years ago by Dave Herrera
Lollapalooza turns twenty years old this year. Can you believe it? We can't. Doesn't seem like it was two decades ago when Perry Farrell introduced America to his roving festival in 1991. The inaugural version, which made a stop at Fiddler's Green, featured Farrell's band Jane Addiction, along with Nine...

Mile Highlights: This week's concert news, local radio playlists and top album sales

Here's what's good in the Mile High City this week: Tyler, the Creator himself confirmed the two local Odd Future dates in October we mentioned, we also got word of the official onsale date for the three Ween shows we told you about, and learned Duran Duran is coming to...

Solid Gold

12 years ago by Bill Gallo
Once upon a time, not long ago, the Denver Nuggets were the sorriest franchise in the National Basketball Association. The laughingstock of the league. A garbage can for discontented, used-up and incompetent players. They were objects of scorn in their own city -- like Brian Griese and the Denver boot...

Avery Brewing will begin canning beers in May

7 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
Avery Brewing Company in Boulder plans to start canning four of its craft beers this spring, becoming the latest Colorado brewer to try aluminum on for size. The company, which is still testing the new canning line, hopes to have its Ellie's Brown Ale, White Rascal, India Pale Ale and...


22 years ago by Bill Gallo
Now that the National Basketball Association season is about to tip off, local connoisseurs are cautioning Denver Nuggets fans not to get their hopes up. That shocking upset of the powerful Seattle Supersonics in the playoffs last spring, the pundits reason, was not only a sign that the young Nuggets...


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