The Human Rights Campaign threw its annual high-profile gala at Tracks and Exdo (3500 Walnut) while protesters waited outside for picketers from the Westboro Baptist Church, who never showed. Photos by Kate Levy.
The fag- and Jew-hating Westboro Baptist Church stopped in Denver's Capitol Hill to picket the offices of the Jewish Intermountain News, where they were met by a small gaggle of sweethearts. (They also brought along a seven-year-old boy). Photos of the sign-off by Joe Tone.
While crowds gathered in the desert for Coachella, pool parties kept everyone cool. Sunday featured the Do-Over party at Ace Hotel and the Lacoste party with DJ sets by Busy P, Brodinsky, DJ Craze and actress Brie Larson. All photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
Twist and Shout, Wax Trax and Independent record stores were among the shops to participate in national Record Store Day on Saturday, April 17, 2010. TaunTaun played Wax Trax. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Some dude hosted the Who's Having Fun Festival on Saturday, April 17, with Candy Claws, Hideous Men, Night of Joy (pictured) and many other Colorado bands. Read a review on the Backbeat blog. Photos here by Aaron Thackeray.