Adam Cayton Holland, Ben Roy, Sam Tallent and a host of other Denver comics gathered to raise money for local comedian Troy Baxley at 3 Kings Tavern on August 24. Baxley, the founder of the infamous open mic night at Lion's Lair, is currently recovering from brain bleed, and the surgery to...
Denver bands and fans packed fans and trashed fake hotel rooms to prove their rock-and-roll spirit at American Gladiator Bandstand, held at the Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park on August 24. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
The USA's Tejay Van Garderen captured the overall crown at the 2014 Pro Cycling Challenge finish in Denver on August 24, while Golden local Alex Howes took home the win for the final stage. All photos by Ken Hamblin.
Denver's Ark Life celebrated the release of their first album on August 23 with a block party at Park House. Besides the guests of honor, attractions included a performance by Oregon rockers Quiet Life. All photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Protestors gathered in Civic Center Park on August 21 to speak out against police brutality and militarization in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. According to Denver police, one person was arrested during the demonstration. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
The Voice's J. Hoberman was more mixed than most on Sin City when he reviewed it in 2005, but his description of the film as "hyper-noir" helps explain why this week's release of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has us thinking back on the neo-noir genre. Broadly speaking, neo-noir encompasses...
Thousands of people came together in Cheesman Park on Saturday for the annual AIDS walk Colorado. The walk raised donations for AIDS and HIV research as well as served as a memorial for those lost to the disease. All photos by Ken Hamblin.