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.
Murder by Death celebrated the 10th anniversary of Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them with a rare concert at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, most famous as the inspiration for The Shining's Overlook Hotel. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
Project Runway All Stars winner Mondo Guerra was on hand for the first weekly Under the Gunn Thursday at Beauty Bar, a viewing party dedicated to the new fashion show of the same name. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Former Pantera frontman Philip H. Anselmo played his solo material and songs from previous projects like Superjoint Ritual at a Wednesday night appearance at Summit Music Hall. All photos by Brandon Marshall
With Mayor Michael Hancock and other Denver officials in attendance, Voodoo Doughnut celebrated its grand opening on January 15. The shop will be open 24 hours a day until Monday, when it will take a short break before resuming round-the-clock operations. All photos by Kyle Huninghake.