As the Broncos head toward their February 2 date with the Seattle Seahawks, football fanatics are coming out of the woodwork. You'll see them all -- from those who honestly bleed orange and blue to those who are just pretending. Here's our rundown (illustrated by Noah Van Sciver) of the twelve most common types of Broncos fans.
Body slams and belly laughs were the order of the night at Lucha Libre and Laughs on January 26. Held at the Oriental Theater, the event featured four live pro wrestling matches, as well as comedy from Jordan Doll, Mara Wiles, Kevin Shook, and Roger Norquist. All photos by Ursula Romaine.
Skiers, boarders, and snowmobilers packed into Aspen from January 23-26 for the 2014 Winter X Games. But athletes weren't the only stars of the weekend, as Matt and Kim, Phoenix, Tiesto, and more musicians entertained the crowds in Wagner Park. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
Fans of hog and Kentucky whiskey celebrated their two favorite food groups and the Bourbon and Bacon Festival on January 25. The fete, held at the McNichols Building gave guests the chance to try liquor from Evan Williams, Buffalo Trace. All photos by Danielle Lirette
Reeewind and Roll paid homage to a classic John Carpenter film and marked the Chinese New Year with its Big Trouble in Little Chinatown roller disco party at the EXDO Events Center on January 24. All photos by Ken Hamblin.
In this week's restaurant review, Westword food critic Gretchen Kurtz visits Scratch Burrito and Happy Tap to give her take on the fast casual joint. Read the full review of Scratch Burrito and Happy Tap by Gretchen Kurtz. Photos by Danielle Lirette for Westword.
On January 18th, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas was packed with the adult entertainment industry's heavy hitters for the 2014 AVN Awards. The biggest awards went to Bonnie Rotten for female performer of the year and Manuel Ferrara for male performer of the year. Underworld took home...
Denver celebrated Martin Luther King Jr.'s life on Monday with its annual "marade" a combination march and parade that took participants from City Park to Civic Center Park. All photos by Kyle Huninghake
With the Broncos victory over the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship on January 19, Denver punched its ticket to its seventh Super Bowl in franchise history. Photographer Philip Poston headed to Mile HIgh to capture the festivities.