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Hip-Hop Artist Ancient Mith Breaks Out of Denver — and Into Europe

5 months ago by Tom Murphy
Denver’s Braden Smith, aka Ancient Mith, put together a project called YAWL in late 2014 with German producer Dot. The duo’s debut album, A Pile to Keep, A Pile to Burn comes out on May 5 on Anette Records, the imprint that issued Smith’s previous full-length, 2013’s synth-infused And the...

Six Myths About Abortion From Katha Pollitt

3 days ago by Michael Roberts
Katha Pollitt, a New York Times notable author, was in town earlier this week at the invitation of NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado, appearing at a luncheon and an Auraria campus town hall to talk about feminism and her book PRO: Reclaiming Abortion Rights. During her visit, she spoke to us about viewing...

Country Band The Cadillac Three Isn't Breaking Down Any Stereotypes — and Having a Great Time Doing It

4 days ago by Amber Erickson Gabbey
Rising country band the Cadillac Three is best known for bringing an element of redneck Southern rock to mainstream country. Authentically unapologetic, the trio isn’t into acts: What you see is what you get, and the ripped jeans, long hair, and thick drawls are real. The Cadillac Three, comprised of...

Reviewed: Water by the Spoonful, Murder Ballad, Suddenly Last Summer (All Closing), Three More

3 days ago by Juliet Wittman
Buntport Theater Company is kicking off the fall season by bringing back Middle Aged People Sitting in Boxes;  the show opens tomorrow. Here's our capsule review of the original production: A clothesline on which tops and bras are hung spans the stage. Other than that, the set consists of four shrouded...

What Is Thai Hot — and Should You Order It?

17 days ago by Mark Antonation
You know the drill at the majority of Thai restaurants in Denver: You pick your entree and the server asks how spicy you want it. You can even call out a number from a scale printed on the menu in many cases. And at the top of that scale are...

Converge's Nate Newton on Being a Fan, a Dad and Always on the Road

26 days ago by Oakland L. Childers
It’s easy to forget sometimes that the people who play music are also usually big fans of other bands. Converge bassist Nate Newton isn’t afraid to wear his adoration on his sleeve. He’s a big fan of the Smiths and doesn’t hesitate to say that he’ll fly halfway around the...

Joellyn Duesberry, Renowned Landscape Painter, Passes Away

1 month ago by Michael Paglia
Landscape painter Joellyn Duesberry quickly became a fixture of the Colorado art scene after she first came west from New York in 1986. Now the artist, who lived in Greenwood Village, has died after a long struggle with cancer. Born in 1944 in Richmond, Virginia, Duesberry became interested in art...

Whitney's First Album Is a Reflection on Loss and Transitional Phases

2 months ago by Tom Murphy
The 2016 Underground Music Showcase kicks off this Wednesday, July 27 at 3 Kings Tavern, with a performance from indie-rock band Whitney. The Chicago outfit began as a duo consisting of drummer/singer Julian Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek. Ehrlich was an early member of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, having known UMO bassist Jake...

Passin' Through: Bob Dylan's Ill-Fated Summer in Denver

3 months ago by Timothy Fritz
Editor's Note: In advance of Bob Dylan's concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this Sunday, June 19, we are taking an in-depth look back at his short but likely formative time in Denver as a young unknown folk singer in the summer of 1960. By Timothy Fritz In the early summer...

The Ten Weirdest Monuments Commemorating Colorado Critters

4 months ago by Brad Weismann
Our pioneer ancestors loved animals, finding most of them delicious. Basically, the settlers divided critters into three categories – wild (dangerous, to be killed and/or eaten), domesticated (utilized, then killed and/or eaten) and pets. Today deer, elk, mountain lions and bears still encroach on Front Range neighborhoods. Denver is the...


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