Metallic-emo stalwarts Underoath played on February 7, 2011 at Summit Music Hall with Thursday, who played Full Collapse, its 2001 album, start to finish. Openers were Skylit Drive and Animals as Leaders. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Friday night, February 4, 2011 was Fashion Denver's anniversary party, marking eleven years in business and one year at its Bannock Street location. Local designers and music were offered to those who hit up this free public party. Photos by Hunter Stevens.
Chef Lon Symensma struck out on his own in Denver with ChoLon Bistro, channeling the French, Chinese and Vietnamese fare he'd found at Cholon market in Saiogon, but adding an upscale twist to the bistro, located at 1555 Blake Street. Read Laura Shunk's review of ChoLon Bistro. Photos by Mark Manger.
The best of our New Year's Eve photos, Denver Big Air, Hickenlooper becomes the guv, the Stock Show comes back to town, and of course, the annual go-go dancer try-outs at Beta. The January Month in Photos. Curated by Hannah Thomas.
On January 29, 2011 at the Fillmore: Geek Bowl 2011. The tournament kicked off with a rowdy musical theater performance, where the performers bellowed "Fuck Philly" through motifs of hip-hop, chorus line and gospel. A mariachi band performed during the name-that-song round. The winning team,...
Raekwon's show on January 29, 2011 at Summit Music Hall did not disappoint, and proves more than anything that timeless rap outlasts the bubble gum fuckery in a lot of today's music. Continue reading Ru Johnson's review of the show. With opener Wheelchair Sports Camp. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
With the throngs of industry in Denver for Big Air and the SnowSports Industries America convention this week, parties are aplenty for those looking to kick back. Shag Lounge, 830 15th Street, held one such party last night, January 26, 2011. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
On January 26 and 27 2011, Denver Big Air, went down in Civic Center Park, drawing in skiiers and snowboarders from all over to hit the ramp that was 101 feet high, 300 feet long and 80 feet wide. Photographer Kate Levy brings back these photos.
"Japoix is a combination of the words 'Japan' and 'mirepoix,' which is part of the base of French cooking. Our dishes combine those two cuisines," noted our incredibly efficient server during my first meal at Japoix. And not just those cuisines: Although chef Jay Spickelmier's menu includes...