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Touring Together, Porches and Japanese Breakfast Serve Pop Music Through Adversity

1 day ago by Tom Murphy
This year, the bands Porches and Japanese Breakfast, two of the most promising pop acts today, released records that evoked moments of significant change in the artists' lives. The bands are currently on tour together in the U.S., which gives audiences a chance to hear excellent material while it's still...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Megan Gafford

4 days ago by Susan Froyd
#61: Megan Gafford Incoming RedLine resident Megan Gafford conducts experiments with artful outcomes, mining science for haunting imagery and space to closely consider things we fear or don’t understand. A recent MFA graduate at the University of Colorado Boulder, Gafford asks big questions and does the groundwork to find the...
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Denver Celebrates Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats at Red Rocks

1 month ago by Chris Walker
Exactly 365 days after Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats released their self-titled debut album, the band stands before a sold-out crowd at Red Rocks Amphitheater. They’ve just finished playing the final chords of their hit, “S.O.B,” and the resulting fever-pitch of adoration and roars of approval cascading down the...
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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...
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Ten More Sports for Tim Tebow to Try If He Fails at Pro Baseball, Too

2 months ago by Michael Roberts
The collective head of planetary sports media exploded this week when agents for former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow announced that he's interested in tackling a career in Major League Baseball and will be holding a try-out for teams later this month. Never mind that he hasn't played baseball since...
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Eighteen Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar August 1-5

2 months ago by Ben Landreth
Happy Colorado Day! Today is a great day to get out celebrate all the amazing things our state has to offer, including terrific food. There are plenty of Colorado-centric deals in Denver through the week; keep reading for details on the eighteen tastiest events on the culinary calendar. Monday, August...
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Director Rachel Talalay Talks Tank Girl and a Career of Dreams and Nightmares

2 months ago by Keith Garcia
Director Rachel Talalay will descend upon the Alamo Drafthouse Friday to share and discuss her 1995 cult gem Tank Girl with an audience that will fill up on her memories and a special three-course dinner from Alamo executive chef Seth Rexroad. Talalay, a mainstay in John Waters’s ’80s staples and the Nightmare...
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Long Before (and Probably Long After) Pokemon Go, There Was the Pokefreak

2 months ago by Dara Miles
Twenty years after Pokémon took the world by storm, the cute pocket monsters are back in the spotlight with Pokémon Go, an enhanced reality game for smart phones. This apparent resurrection of a '90s fad comes as a sly surprise to many — it’s been a long, long time since...
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Twenty Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar, July 18-21

2 months ago by Ben Landreth
This week you can celebrate two of life's purest joys — food and music — at two musically-inspired events. You can also sip and snack your way through wine and beer dinners, celebrate a couple of anniversaries and an opening, and much more. Keep reading for all the tasty details...
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Detained Immigrants in Aurora and Their Families Find a Home at Casa de Paz

3 months ago by Chris Walker
Jose Cruz-Hernandez knew very little about where he was, aside from the fact that he was in a city named Aurora. He’d never been to the state of Colorado before, and yet suddenly he found himself blinking into the bright Colorado sunshine for the first time, the Rocky Mountains posing...

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