The 2011 version of ARTCRANK Denver, the local edition of art shows that take place in select cities across the country and feature the bicycle as its collective inspiration opened on Friday, September 2. Hosted and sponsored by Josh and Tran Wills’s Super Ordinary Gallery, it featured the work of more than 30 local artists. Photos by Britt Chester for Westword.
Not every month warrants a list ranking the "ten weirdest crime stories," but last month certainly did. From the wild and crazy Dougherty Gang to the allegedly murderous cross-dresser who goes by the moniker Ms. Puppy to a Broncos kicker's crazy night to an Aurora cop drunkenly speeding through...
Canadian DJ Deadmau5, aka Joel Thomas Zimmerman, played Red Rocks on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 with openers Tommy Lee and DJ Aero and Excision. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
- Review: Deadmau5 at Red Rocks, 8/30/11
- 12 best Deadmau5 mau5heads spotted last night at Red Rocks
Hang out backstage with Slug from Atmosphere, gaze upon a gloriously unhealthy burger in Castle Rock, view the art of an artist who focuses on his type-1 diabetes, drink a PBR with punk rockers at Summit Music Hall, inspect Aesop Rock's tattoo, and more. Here's your Denver month-in-photos for...
Jesus Moreno has mastered the tamale, though, and he made it the focus of Tamales Moreno, the Mexican joint he opened on this corner in Lakewood five years ago, adding breakfast burritos, burritos, tacos, enchiladas and menudo to the menu. Continue reading Laura Shunk's review of Tamales...
For the past year, C.S. Muncy has been documenting the Occupy Wall Street movement for us. Peaceful marches, intense police clashes, and everything in between--he's been there. Assembled here are some of his greatest shots.
More: Read the Village Voice's Occupy Wall Street Coverage
Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Keri Hilson and Far East Movement played the Comfort Dental Amphitheatre on Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Photos by Brandon Marshall.
Review: Lil Wayne at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre, 8/30/11
Peter Black's first Denver After Dark Music Festival saw people crowd the different venues on the 2700 block of Larimer Street last night for performances by a number of Denver musicians, including Hollagramz, Force Publique and Vitamins. Photos by Taryn Kapronica.
Christie Front Drive held a reunion show (with barbecue!) this weekend; Brandon Marshall was there to take photographs. Read Tom Murphy's full review of the Christie Front Drive reunion on the Backbeat blog.