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Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Is a Tepid Sequel

2 years ago by Amy Nicholson
Five years ago, four losers passed out in a jacuzzi, boiled back to 1986, healed their past wounds, rocked out to Poison, and returned to their timeline as gods. Thusly, Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink was hailed as a minor deity: He'd taken a dumber-than-huffing-hairspray premise and made...
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Train

13 years ago by Michael Roberts
O.A.R. Guster. Hootie & the Blowfish. God Street Wine. Lisa Loeb. The Spin Doctors. Edwin McCain. The Wallflowers. Soulhat. The Cranberries. Jack Johnson. Toad the Wet Sprocket. The Dave Matthews Band. Vigilantes of Love. Shawn Mullins. Counting Crows. Tonic. Jewel. Jars of Clay. Rusted Root. Better Than Ezra. The Freddy...
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The Fourteen Best Concerts in Denver This Week

2 years ago by Backbeat
Red Rocks plays the classics this week, with performances by Chicago (with REO Speedwagon) and Boston. It'll also host a damn good time of a double-bill in Chromeo and Cut Copy. The rest of our picks follow. See also: Cut Copy on Interactive Billboards, Unusual Guitars and the Summer of...
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Ingrid Michaelson

9 years ago by Jon Solomon
Ingrid Michaelson hasn't been getting much sleep lately. The singer has been caught up in a whirlwind of activity that all started over a year ago, when her song "Breakable" was used on an episode of Grey's Anatomy. The show then placed her endearing tune "The Way I Am," which...
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CRITIC'S CHOICE

21 years ago by Linda Gruno
Once Blue, with Lisa Loeb, Friday, November 24, at the Bluebird Theater, is a New York-based duo making its first Colorado appearance. But the approach taken by vocalist Rebecca Martin and guitarist Jesse Harris on their recent EMI debut recording isn't particularly new: It suggests a preppy updating of the...
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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Ginger White Brunetti

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
#58: Ginger White Brunetti When you see a new mural beautifying urban greenway walls or walk into an exhibit at the McNichols Building in Civic Center Park, you do so under the watch of Ginger White Brunetti, who as deputy director of Denver Arts & Venues oversees city-owned cultural hot...
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"Yes, They're Real," the fourth entry in the "Week of a Woman" photo contest

5 years ago by Bree Davies
In fourth grade, I wanted glasses more than anything. Well, that's not true -- I wanted braces even more. I also wanted a perm because my best friend had one. Basically, I desired to look as uncool as possible. As it turns out, I got all of those things as...
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Did Daft Punk "Get Lucky" with Pharrell, or vice versa? Examining Pharrell's ten greatest misses

3 years ago by Shawn White
Before it was even released, "Get Lucky," the first single from Daft Punk's forthcoming album "Random Access Memories," set the world on fire. From the fan edits of the track to the sixty second commercial from Saturday Night Live to the album teaser from Coachella, "Get Lucky" generated more than...
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Not for the faint of heart: Second City delivers a romantic comedy for the iPhone age

5 years ago by Cory Lamz
If you're looking for the perfect date-night destination, keep on looking. Love, Sex & the Second City isn't a show for a first date -- because it's about first dates and why we never make it to that second one... or the third...or the fourth. Love, Sex & the Second...
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Blondes don't have more fun; fake Italian girls with glasses do

5 years ago by Bree Davies
I'm not a blonde anymore. That fantasy has officially ended. After spending the better part of a year transitioning from dirt brown to Michelle Pfeiffer's off-yellow Scarface bob to accidentally sea green to Gwen Stefani white, my hair is now a pleasant rich-chocolate color. So my mother can stop thinking...

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