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Rock and Roll, Harleys and Happily Ever After: Denver Music Couple Hits the Road

16 days ago by Mariah Taylor
In the 1980s and '90s, the Denver band Ironwood Rain “turned some heads,” according to former frontman Scotte Burns. He talks about his years of making music without remorse, shedding no tears when describing the fact that music is no longer a part of his life. For Scotte, navigating downtown has...
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"This Is a Different Human Being": Tony Visconti and Holy Holy Play on With the Spirit of Bowie

6 months ago by Jon Solomon
In 1967, when producer Tony Visconti first met a young David Bowie, in the office of David Platz, head of London-based publishing company Essex Music, the first thing Visconti did was stare into Bowie’s eyes, which appeared to be two different colors. “I didn’t know which one to look at,”...
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For IPA Day: Ten Young Breweries Changing Colorado's IPA Game

2 months ago by Jonathan Shikes
IPAs are still the top selling style among craft beer drinkers by far, making up nearly a third of the craft market, and Colorado breweries have long specialized in hoppy beers like these. Odell, Oskar Blues, Avery, Great Divide and Ska Brewing all made their names in part because of...
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Launch of Outdoor Film Series at Denver International Airport Postponed

3 months ago by Keith Garcia
The Alamo Drafthouse is flying high this summer, with a new partnership with Denver International Airport calling for Alamo to produce a free, four-film-series this year, Film on the Fly, which will show off the new open-air plaza that connects the iconic Jeppesen Terminal with the Westin Denver International Airport. The series...
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DCPA's Scott Shiller on What Newcomers Should Know about the Denver Arts Scene

6 months ago by Patricia Calhoun
Denver has more than one winning team: The Denver Broncos may be the national champs, but this city’s artists and arts organizations keep scoring with audiences not just in Colorado, but around the world. And while the football season is over, the 2016 arts season is just beginning, so we’ve...
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Yes, Comedies Look Better Than They Used to. Brandon Trost Is Why.

4 months ago by April Wolfe
“Did I want to shoot comedies?” asks Brandon Trost, director of photography on two of this summer's funniest films, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. “It’s funny — not at all.” But then came MacGruber, Jorma Taccone's 2010 SNL film.“The director wanted me because I wasn’t...
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Behind the Scenes at the Flaming Lips Rehearsal With the Colorado Symphony

4 months ago by Chris Walker
The Flaming Lips is rehearsing with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and they're having trouble getting in sync. It takes a few attempts to realize the problem: The violin section is missing three measures from its sheet music. “Don’t worry! We will reprint it before tomorrow,” conductor André de Ridder assures the...
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Opponents Rip Stormwater Plan That Would Close City Golf Course for a Year

6 months ago by Alan Prendergast
The April 6 announcement that city planners had settled on Denver's City Park Golf Course as the logical place to build a thirty-acre "detention area" for stormwater runoff — a move that will involve closing the course for more than a year and bulldozing hundreds of trees — wasn't exactly...
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Greg Moore Resigns as Editor of the Denver Post

6 months ago by Michael Roberts
Moments ago, Greg Moore, editor of the Denver Post, since 2002, told staffers at a newsroom meeting that he has resigned. Sources tell us that he will remain on the payroll until April 1, but his last official day at the paper's headquarters building will be this Friday, March 18...
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Ten Best Film Events In Denver In February

8 months ago by Keith Garcia
February is our month for love in all of its syrupy forms — and our list of cinematic valentines is packed tighter than a chocolate box. Though lacking in stories actually about love, each one of these movies is perfect for a date or a solo outing that might lead...

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