The first legal 4/20 in human history went down in Colorado on April 20, 2014, and Denver went all out. Besides the traditional smokeout at Civic Center Park, the parties included a concert by the legendary Snoop Dogg at Red Rocks, a triple Method Man-Redman-Leftover Salmon show at Cervantes...
Alterity, The Outfit, Hydrogen Skyline, Intuit and Cold River City kicked off Root40 Music Fest, a celebration of the musical culture of Colfax Avenue, with an open-air performance in the parking lot of Argonaut Liquors. All photos by Ken Hamblin
Zombies, grotesque eats, and a full lineup of horror films both innovative and classic were on the bill at the Stanley Film Festival, a weekend-long celebration of all things scary held at the hotel that inspired The Shining. All photos by Brandon Marshall
Mr. T, Mario, and a slew of 80s partiers were just some of the characters that invaded Tennyson for a combination bar crawl and street party on April 26. The festivities included visits to restaurants and bars, as well as a costume contest. All photos by Marissa Shevins
In this week's restaurant review, Westword food critic Gretchen Kurtz visits The Abbey Tavern to give her take on the East Colfax Irish pub. Read the full review of The Abbey Tavern by Gretchen Kurtz. Photos by Danielle Lirette for Westword.
Swedish electronic duo The Knife brought their theatrical act to the Fillmore Auditorium on April 21. All photos by Brandon MarshallSee also: How the Knife is changing the definition of a rock-and-roll show by removing ego
Jam band fans spent their 4/20 in the sun at Sunday's Daze on the Green, held at Denver's Sculpture Park. Afterward, attendees capped off a weekend of jams with a performance by Karl Denson's Tiny Universe. All photos by Marissa Shevins