Work & Class celebrated one year in business with a sold-out party on January 26. Photographer Cassandra Kotnik was there to photograph the grub, and the people who showed up to sample it and celebrate 12 successful months.
Chicago deathcore mavens Veil of Maya played Summit Music Hall on January 25, with Gideon, Upon a Burning Body, The Last Ten Seconds of Life and Volumes providing support. All photos by Miles Chrisinger.
Your doughnuts are obsolete. Chef Ian Kleinman of the Inventing Room served up doughnut concoctions in flavors like German chocolate, tres leches and PB&J at Molecular Donuts' pop-up shop, held at Sunnyside Burger Bar. All photos by Ken Hamblin.
An estimated 30,000 demonstrators, some carrying pictures of Martin Luther King Jr. or wearing t-shirts that said "Black Lives Matter" and "I Can't Breathe", gathered for Denver's annual MLK Day Marade on January 19. The combination march/parade, one of the largest in the city's history,...
Sexpot Comedy honored the Mile High City's funniest people at the 2014 Denver Comedy Awards, headlined by Kristin Rand and other local stand-ups on January 17 at 3 Kings Tavern. All photos by Scott Lentz.
Star Lord, The Penguin, Daft Punk and spacepeople of all varieties strapped on their roller skates for Roll's The Grid party at the EXDO Event Center, which paid tribute to sci-fi both classic and modern. All photos by Cassandra Kotnik.
Protests and a slew of sexual assault accusations didn't deter Bill Cosby from appearing on stage in Denver on January 17. The embattled comedian played the at the Buell Theater as demonstrators waved signs outside. All photos by Brandon Marshall.