The Grateful Dead may be gone, but their fan base is still thriving. That was easy to see at Red Rocks on Thursday night, at the first of four concerts put on by Furthur, the jam supergroup founded by Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
No, he didn't walk off the stage this time. Dave Chappelle wowed the audience with his set at Fiddler's Green on September 18. Appearing with him were a host of comic acts including Flight of the Conchords and Kristen Schaal. All photos by Glenn Ross.Read more in our review of the show.
Denver, je t'aime. To promote a trio of French-themed shows, the Denver Art Museum on Tuesday transformed the pedestrian plaza outside its doors into an ersatz Parisian street, complete with painters, a creperie, and a miniature Eiffel Tower. All photos by Nate Hemmert.
Bicycles replaced schooners on Wednesday, as the Denver Cruisers adopted a nautical theme for their penultimate ride of the season. All photos by Kyle Huninghake.See more photos from the Denver Cruisers' weekly rides.
British rockers Muse took over the Pepsi Center on September 17th, bringing their stadium-friendly anthems and an elaborate, pyramid-shaped stage dressing with them. Cage The Elephant opened. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.Read our full review of Muse's show.
In this week's restaurant review, Westword food critic Gretchen Kurtz visits Epernay to give her take on their cuisine. Read the full review of Epernay by Gretchen Kurtz. Photos by Danielle Lirette for Westword.
Comic Relief Zero, the latest standup show from Everything Is Terrible, melded live performance with VHS found footage at the Sie FilmCenter on Sunday night. Sound intriguing? Check out our pictures of a unique performance. All photos by Christopher Morgan.
Nan Desu Kan, the 17-year-old anime convention that takes place annually at the Marriott Tech Center, came back last weekend, bringing with it a wave of gaming events, special guests, and, of course, cosplayers. All photos by Brandon Marshall.For a closer look at the convention's costumed fans,...
Despite heavy rains, fans of The Lumineers filled Red Rocks on Sunday to see the Denver group play. The sold-out show kicked off with performances from Dr. Dog and The Outfit. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
It's not powder season quite yet, but on Saturday, a pack of pro snowboarders made the streets of Denver their own personal terrain park at Snowboard on the Block. The board-centric event featured a rail jam with riders including Scotty Vine and Tim Humphreys, as well as music and snowboard...
Snowsports fans who showed up to the annual Snowboard on the Block on September 14 got a treat, as a flock of bands including Adolescents, Pentagram, and BLKHRTS brought their music to downtown Denver. All photos by Eric Gruneisen.
The threat of more foul weather couldn't keep fans away from Nan Desu Kan, Colorado's largest anime convention. The gathering at the Denver Marriott Tech Center sold out on its first day, drawing 7,500 people, many of them in costume. Here are some of the coolest getups we saw.See more cosplay...