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The Most Influential Latina Rappers of All Time

10 months ago by Chris Walker
In this week's cover story, “Rhymes to Die For,” we gave you the story of Rachel Aboytes, a local rap artist who performed under the stage name La Baby Smiley. In March of this year, Aboytes was murdered in a drive-by shooting in east Denver. Since then, her fame has...
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Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers with Edie Brickell, Botanic Gardens, 7/20/13

3 years ago by A.H. Goldstein
STEVE MARTIN & EDIE BRICKELL @ DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS | 7/20/13 Watching Steve Martin riff on stage at the Denver Botanic Gardens' Chatfield, it was easy to see how he sold out stadiums with his stand-up comedy in the '70s. Martin came prepared with an arsenal of one-liners and sight...
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Westword Book Club: Comedian Adrian Mesa on searching for spirituality in literature

3 years ago by Byron Graham
Reading is about more than following a narrative or learning facts, it can be a profound shared experience that culminates in the better understanding of ourselves and each other. In that spirit, welcome to the Westword Book Club, which celebrates books that inspire Denver artists. This week, Adrian Mesa, a comedian, gourmand and charming barbecue guest, discusses his favorite book, The Pilgrimage, by Brazillian novelist Paolo Coelho. The Pilgrimage concerns its protagonist's spiritual development as he traverses the road to Santiago de Compostela, an important catholic pilgrimage site in Northern Spain.
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The Barber of Seville

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Comedy, Musical
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My new obsession: Glayva Scotch Liqueur

8 years ago by Jason Sheehan
"Here. Try this." I handed over the small, green Jagermeister bottle and grinned. Because he's a good sport (and, like me, completely susceptible to even the weakest sort of peer pressure), my comrade-in-arms Jonathan Shikes screwed off the top without question and made a move to drink the mystery fluid...
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The Limits of Control

7 years ago by J. Hoberman
Jim Jarmusch's anonymous anti-hero hitman (French-Ivorian actor Isaach De Bankolé), identified in the credits of The Limits of Control as the Lone Man, exists only in terms of his unspecified mission. The Lone Man is introduced in an overhead shot doing tai chi in an airport toilet stall, then taking...
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Cork House

11 years ago by Patrick Osborn
Colfax has come a long way in its revitalization, although we may see increased ratings for Johns TV after Channel 4's recent exposé on the rub-and-tug/happy-ending industry here in town. But human nature always prevails, as it was doing when we pulled up to the Cork House (4900 East Colfax...
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Could It BeSatan?

Music teacher Tresa Waggoner is having a devil of a time in Bennett, where the school board has put her on paid leave while it investigates a handful of complaints that she showed snippets from a video on Charles Gounod's Faust -- a video that the teacher, an opera singer...
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Check, Please!

16 years ago by Kyle Wagner
Q: I love gazpacho. Adore it. Tomatoey, vinegary, spicy, with bits or bites of veggies, even with seafood. With bread or without, creamy or not, Spanish in origin or modified by any one of us. Please, please, please, any good ideas for a place to get it? A: Oooh, you’ve...
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Columbus Day Forecast: Stormy

14 years ago by Stuart Steers
For much of the past decade, Columbus Day has been tense in Denver. Parading Italian-Americans have been confronted by Native American protesters and their allies, hundreds of people have been arrested, and animosity between the two groups has grown. This year promises more of the same. The Columbus Day parade...

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