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9 years ago by Eryc Eyl
Take three Long Island-bred white girls, send them to Vassar, Oberlin and NYU, then bring them back together in New York to make some hip-hop tracks. Sounds like a recipe for precious, pretentious and potentially offensive disaster, right? Well, Northern State has been pulling this off since 2000 with mostly...

Colorado Could Make a Monumental Move by Commemorating Sand Creek

4 months ago by Patricia Calhoun
"This has been too long in coming,” Governor John Hickenlooper said at the end of the Healing Run commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre. “On behalf of the State of Colorado, I want to apologize.” He did just that on December 3, 2014, standing on the steps...

The Four Best Thai Khao Soi Dishes in Denver and Boulder

7 months ago by Mark Antonation
Pad Thai serves as nearly everyone’s introduction to Thai cuisine; the ubiquitous, peanut-y noodle dish is so common in this country that you can even find packaged versions on grocery-store shelves. Colorful curries come next in terms of popularity, but beyond those, Thai cuisine’s roster of rice and noodle bowls...

Brent Cowles Finds Solo Purpose

7 months ago by Isa Jones
Brent Cowles is certain it’s going to be a big year. The singer-songwriter and former frontman of Denver’s You Me & Apollo just signed to the Greater Than Collective label. He has a solo EP in the works. And in a few weeks, he’ll be heading across the globe to...

OMG! Rusko's stepping into mainstream territory with his new album

6 years ago by Tom Murphy
After doing the M.I.A. album, I was asked if I would be interested in writing some stuff for it," says Christopher Mercer almost nonchalantly of his recent production work for the upcoming Britney Spears album. "A good rule of thumb is that more tracks won't make it than will make...

Next year's Great American Beer Festival will welcome U.S. territories

6 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
The organizers of the Great American Beer Festival will make two changes for next year's big show, which will mark the thirtieth anniversary of the world's largest commercial beer extravaganza. For starters, GABF -- which drew 49,000 attendees and 3,523 different beers in 2010 -- will return to a later...

The Ten Most Promising New Restaurants in Denver in 2015 — So Far

1 year ago by Westword
Big is in when it comes to new restaurants. If 2014 was the year of the tiny restaurant — with the likes To the Wind Bistro, Bistro Barbes, Cart-Driver and Work & Class wedging customers into every nook and cranny — then 2015 is the year to go big or...

Sand Creek Massacre: The Healing Run Is Headed for the Future

2 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The runners gathered just after dawn Sunday on Monument Hill. The day before, on the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, more than 500 descendents of the massacre and other tribal members had gathered here for private ceremonies on an unusually warm November morning; the good weather continued through...

Winter Park Opens Saturday; Raffle Offers Winner a Lifetime Pass

2 years ago by Colin Bane
Winter Park Resort opens Saturday, joining a handful of ski-country destinations that have already powered on the gondolas. We profile them all in The Edge, our insider's guide to the 2014 ski and snowboard season, and we'll be rolling out those profiles as the mountains open. But if you really...

Sand Creek Massacre: Governor John Hickenlooper's Apology, Story Behind It

2 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
"This has been too long in coming," said Governor John Hickenlooper, after 180 miles and five days that really stretched back 150 years -- to November 29, 1864, and the Sand Creek Massacre, when up to 200 members of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes were killed at a peaceful camp,...


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