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Seven Most Eligible Young Professionals in Denver According to Hinge

1 year ago by Michael Roberts
Last November, we introduced you to Hinge, a new dating app, via its picks for Denver's best neighborhoods for dating and more. Now, Hinge has come up with a list of the most eligible young professionals across the country. In Denver, seven people made the cut. — five men and...
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The Twelve Best Concerts in Denver This Week

2 years ago by Backbeat
It's another big week for live music in Denver. Be sure to catch Esme Patterson at the Bluebird on Wednesday, and head back the next night for Minneapolis rapper P.O.S. The rest of our picks follow. See also: 50 Ways to Support Your DIY Music Community...
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The Ten Best Shows This Weekend

2 years ago by Backbeat
There's an insanely eclectic array of shows this weekend. Swallow Hill is celebrating its 35th Anniversary at the Paramount Theatre with Josh Ritter, Brett Dennen and Elle King. Nas performs his classic album, Illmatic at the Paramount. There's also the New Pornographers, Felice Brothers, the Hot Sardines, War on Drugs...
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It's Scott Gessler v. Jim Wheeler in "March Badness" matchup

3 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
It's March Madness time, when everyone decides to create their own Sweet Sixteen matchups for everything from movies to hot dog condiments. And speaking of hot dogs, Progress Now's 22 state affiliates have tapped twenty politicians that they consider the "most outrageous, radical, out of touch right-wingers" for their "March...
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Bun B is playing the Marquis Theater for $5 later this month

2 years ago by Kiernan Maletsky
Let's not bury the lede here: Southern hip-hop deity and generally awesome dude Bun B is playing a show at the Marquis Theater on April 27, with FL from the Foodchain and the Reminders, and you can get in the door for $5. So yes, that probably requires some backing...
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The twenty best jams of Phish 3.0

3 years ago by Leslie Simon
When Phish reunited in 2009, the 3.0 era of the band was born. While classics like "Tweezer" and "Carini" still reap fantastic rewards, newer songs have been given a chance to shine and grow, be it through psychedelic looping or rapid-fire staccato rhythms. Despite what some may say, Phish still...
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Which hip-hop crew is the dopest?

3 years ago by Noah Hubbell
Whether it's been b-boys clashing, graf artists battling or MCs matching wits, hip-hop has always been competitive. These days, the MC has taken preeminence, and the crews are more commercial. Often, they manifest as labels, but sometimes they exist less formally as collectives, such as Wu-Tang or Odd Future. But...
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Womenswear Wednesdays: Investor Melina Ward on her borrowed style

4 years ago by Mauricio Rocha
Groups of friends have been enjoying nights out in the nice weather this week -- and when it comes to street style, friends are always a good accessory. Education and insurance investor Melina Ward was spotted with her pals in tow, and was even wearing her friend's coat at the...
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Gonzo Museum in Aspen is going, going, gone as of April 1

4 years ago by Michael Anthony Adams
The plane lands in Aspen at a quarter after four; I'm late. Outside the terminal, which doubles as a café for sharp-dressed skiers and businessmen, D.J. Watkins is waiting in his heavy-breathing '89 Subaru Legacy. The 29-year-old Kansas native moved to Aspen five years ago, determined to preserve Hunter S...
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Ten of the best (and highly giftable) wines of 2012

4 years ago by Kendra Anderson
Last week, we poured out a little guidance on what you might sneak under the tree (or Festivus Pole, or whatever) that would add a little splash of joy in the lives of any wine lover on your list. But we failed to include any actual wine in that grouping,...

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