Nan Desu Kan, the Rocky Mountains' largest anime convention, returned once again to the Denver Marriott Tech Center on September 12, bringing with it gaming, dances, panels, and, or course, lots and lots of cosplay. All photos by Danielle Lirette.
While there's a few more weeks to go before the season officially ends, summer is winding down in the Mile High City -- and we'll miss it. We pay a photographic tribute to the parties, concerts and people that made this summer great.
Oklahoman singer/guitarist St. Vincent took the stage at the Denver Botanic Gardens on September 6 for the final show in the venue's summer concert series. Mini Mansions provided support. All photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Tour de Fat, the annual bicycle and beer party put on by Fort Collins' New Belgium Brewing, stopped at Denver's City Park on September 6, bringing crowds, booze, and music by Ark Life, Lee Zimmerman and more with it. All photos by Ken Hamblin.
At the 20th annual DISH, held in the Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park, the food was the star of the show. Here, get a close-up look at the more than sixty dishes, from salad to dessert, on offer at this year's festival. All photos by Danielle Lirette.See also: The People of DISH 2014
Over forty of Denver's best restaurants and food trucks, along with hundreds of fans, gathered at the Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park on September 7 for the 20th annual DISH, Westword's yearly celebration of the Mile High City's dining scene. All photos by Brandon Marshall.See...
Is it really possible to have too much fun? We don't know, but the Fine Gentleman's Club sure tried their damndest on September 5 at The Curtis Club. The comedy collective teamed up with local bands Pizza Time, Facial and Negative Degree for the annual romp. All photos by Brandon Marshall.