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Christopher Lawrence

9 years ago by Morgan Wells
Christopher Lawrence's backbreaking tour schedule literally broke his back. The king of techno-tinted trance returns to the road this weekend after canceling two months of scheduled performances to undergo surgery on a ruptured disc. No stranger to the strains of DJ superstardom, Lawrence probably needed the rest: He's the only...

Lawrence Argent

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
Lawrence Argent, one of the four featured artists in Looking Up at Metro's CVA (see review), has emerged over the last decade or so as the region's premier conceptual artist. But unlike most of his fellow travelers in this brainiac pursuit, Argent has been successful in getting public commissions. Selection...

Tom Hanks Waits for Meaning, Connection and a King

5 months ago by Bilge Ebiri
Don’t hold it against Tom Tykwer’s A Hologram for the King that its best scene is also its first. As Alan Clay (Tom Hanks) strides down a suburban street singing a modified version of Talking Heads’ “Once in a Lifetime” (“You may find yourself … without a beautiful house …...

Why Jennifer Lawrence Is Already a Legit Pop Star

2 years ago by Backbeat
By Jesse Sendejas Sometimes in life, we normal human beings must shelve our own insecurities and recognize that some among us are simply good at anything they attempt. Like that song from the Annie Oakley play, they can do anything better. Some of us recognize these people with awe and...

Beer Calendar: Good Times at First Draft Taproom, Ratio Beerworks and River North Brewery

2 months ago by Jonathan Shikes
The Boulder-based Brewers Association — the not-for-profit trade group representing craft brewers — said this week that craft beer production volume increased by eight percent during the first half of the year, a slowdown from previous years. But the volume numbers aren't the best indicator of growth since the BA...

Beer Calendar: Shandies, Belgians, Brewery Anniversaries and a Fustercluck

2 months ago by Jonathan Shikes
U.S. Presidents can only serve two terms, but beers — they can serve longer. Avery Brewing first created Ale to the Chief in 2008 to celebrate Inauguration Day, January 20, 2009 (which we wrote about way back then, as the Democratic National Convention was in Denver), and brewed a second...

Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less (Six Free), July 1-4

3 months ago by Alex Brown
Pack as much fun as you can into the weekend — Monday is a holiday, when you can nurse that hangover while watching fireworks. There's plenty of First Friday art and free music, and even a Canadian dance party to keep you busy until July 4. Here are our ten...

X-Men Marks the Spot at the Sie FilmCenter This Weekend

4 months ago by Keith Garcia
Denver moviegoers, your eyes do not deceive you. This weekend the Sie FilmCenter – our city’s home for the best in arthouse, foreign and independent film – is opening X-Men: Apocalypse, Bryan Singer’s latest big-budget entry in the comic book hero's saga. This particular opening at this particular theater is a fascinating glimpse into...

The Immediate Music Festival Features Janet Feder, Collaborative Improvisation

5 months ago by Tom Murphy
This Friday, April 29, Auraria Campus will host The Immediate Music Festival at the Kenneth King Academic and Performing Arts Center. Open and free to the public, the event celebrates collaborative improvisation and it invites attendees to participate in various workshops and demonstrations. Workshops and presentations run from 9 a.m...

Prince, R.I.P.: How I Managed to Survive My Encounter With the Purple One

5 months ago by Michael Roberts
At this writing, news about the death of Prince Rogers Nelson is still being digested by stunned, shattered fans across the globe — including this one. But while I cherish the memory of the one time I caught His Purpleness live (in 1997, at Fiddler's Green), the memory that sticks with me most...


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