What's a young Jewish person to do on Christmas eve? Go party with the tribe. Billed as Denver's largest event for Jewish professionals, Heebonism went down at the newly renamed 1UP Colfax on December 24. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Sure, you decorated the tree and made cookies for Santa. But we're willing to bet that none of those cookies looked like an anatomically correct Ron Jeremy. Participants at the MCA's XXXmas Craftfair decorated sexy confections, and constructed handmade nipple tassels, to celebrate the season. ...
Red-clad revelers filled the streets for SantaCon, the party-slash-bar-crawl that has become a Christmas tradition in Denver and other cities. All photos by Ken Hamblin.See also: Five reasons why Christmas totally rules
Hard rockers Lola Black headlined the annual Locals Only christmas show at Summit Music Hall on December 20. Tattooed Strings, Flood of Souls, Inelements and Extreme Turbo Smash all provided support. All photos by Eric Gruneisen
OneRepublic appeared at the Ogden Theatre on December 20 as part of the third annual Denver Acoustic Christmas. The concert raised funds for ongoing flood relief efforts. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
For the past 17 years, Oblio's Pizzeria has served up wine and fresh pies in Park Hill. On December 18, the restaurant opened its second location, Oblio's Cap Hill Tavern, in Fleur Bistro's old spot on Logan Street. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
In this week's restaurant review, Westword food critic Gretchen Kurtz visits Comida Cantina to give her take on their Mexican cuisine. Read the full review of Comida Cantina by Gretchen Kurtz. Photos by Danielle Lirette for Westword.
Tigran Mkhitaryan, a.k.a. MiMoSa, brought his hip-hop-influenced brand of dance music to the Fillmore on December 14. All photos by Eric Gruneisen. See also: Mimosa: "I don't have an ultimate goal. I'm just doing what I love, and following my heart"