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  • Thursday night at Lure
    Denver's Lure nightclub on Thursday, March 5, 2009. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
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  • Frozen Dead Guys in Nederland
    The town of Nederland held its annual Frozen Dead Guys celebration over the weekend of Friday, March 6 through Sunday, March 8, 2009. Photos by Christopher Gilstrap.
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  • Up Close: Star Kitchen
    This week at, Jason Sheehan discovers the dim sum at Denver's Star Kitchen. Here, see Mark Manger's photos from the restaurant at 2917 West Mississippi.
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  • February 2009: The Month in Denver Nightlife Photos
    Relive February with the best of's nightlife coverage, with photos from Beta, 24K, Pat's, Old Curtis, and other bars and clubs. Photos by Aaron Thackeray (unless otherwise noted).
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  • Up Close: Bistro One's Olav Peterson
    In this week's restaurant review, Jason Sheehan talks to Bistro One chef Olav Peterson about the delicate process of building the perfect dish. Here, photographer J. Knight captures Peterson at work doing just that.
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  • Coachella 2012: Non-Lazy Sunday
    Running around the Empire Fields at Coachella, we saw enough for three lifetimes. All photos by Merenda Carter.
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  • SAME Cafe: How much do people pay?
    In this week's Westword, Jared Jacang Maher reports on SAME Cafe, the non-profit Colfax eatery that lets customers pay what they want (or can). Here, a look at what recent SAME customers chose to pay for their meals. Photos by J. Knight, interviews by Maher.
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  • Here Comes The Sun: Coachella Day Two
    Coachella was almost back to normal with no rain Saturday. All images by Timothy Norris. Related Content The Eye Of The Storm: Coachella Day One b>Related Content PHOTOS: Vestal Village's Coachella Party PHOTOS: Coachella Fashions: Ridiculous Edition
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  • What Would You Pay for a Chris Brown Calendar?
    Over the weekend, I found myself at a Grand Junction Borders book store, which was selling off its remaining 2009 calendars for $1 apiece. And smack in the middle of the stacks was an item that seemed time-capsule ready: a sixteen-month calendar featuring pop sensation turned tabloid villain...
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