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  • Punk Against Trump Sounds Off at Inauguration Day Party
    January 20 at 11:53 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    While Donald Trump partied at inaugural balls, Denver punks raged hard into the night at Summit Music Hall. Local acts protesting loudly in sound included Three Grams, Allout Helter, Cheap Perfume, Screwtape,  The New Narrative and Libtards. All…

     
  • Inauguration Day Protesters Clash With Trump Supporters and March in Denver
    January 20 at 2:01 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    While Donald Trump became the country's 45th president, hundreds of his local supporters and detractors gathered at the state capitol and marched through downtown Denver. All photos by Brandon Marshall. 

     
  • Tea for Two: Champion Steers Honored at Brown Palace Luncheon
    January 20 at 1:42 p.m. by Danielle Lirette

    You know you're in Denver during the National Western Stock Show when you sit down for tea at the Brown Palace Hotel and your luncheon companions include two fluffy steers. Honoring the grand champion steer is an annual tradition at the downtown…

     

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  • Denver Police Prepare for Sweeps Along Delgany Street
    January 20 at 6:46 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    On Wednesday, January 18, the Denver Police Department issued a "Notice of Closure and Property Removal" along Delgany Street and Arkins Court while city crews cleaned the sidewalk. While no date was given for the closing, rumors are rampant in the…

     
  • Some Like It Hot: Fire Rescue Dogs Calendar Party at Grizzly Rose
    January 20 at 6:42 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    This party had it all: Puppies, firefighters and fans of both. On January 19, Lifeline Puppy Rescue hosted the Fire Rescue Dogs Calendar firefighters and the Behind the Badge Calendar police at the Grizzly Rose. Photographer Brandon Marshall was…

     
  • A Visit to Veritas, a Garden Spot in a Growing Industry
    January 18 at 11:42 a.m. by Scott Lentz

    Cannabis is a real growth industry in Colorado, and we recently toured one of the biggest grows around: Veritas.  Unlike many other grow operations in Denver, Veritas takes the time to hand-water and stake every plant, creating a product that…

     
  • Christian Metalcore Act August Burns Red Slays for Jesus
    January 18 at 12:36 a.m. by Miles Chrisinger

    Christian metalcore act August Burns Red brought its guttural screams, aggressive drumming and rapid-fire guitar playing to the Ogden Theatre on January 16, to a crowd of cheering, wild believers and metalcore enthusiasts.

     
  • African-American Heritage Rodeo of Champions at the National Western Stock Show
    January 17 at 6:01 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    The National Western Stock Show has an MLK Day tradition: the African-American Heritage Rodeo of Champions, honoring those black cowboys who rode the West and highlighting all the traditional rodeo features: bucking broncos, barrel-racing,…

     
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Marade Marches Through Denver
    January 17 at 5:58 a.m. by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Temperatures were low but spirits were high as Denver's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Marade — one of the largest celebrations of MLK in the country — started out at City Park on January 16, and made its way to Civic Center Park. Photographer…

     
  • First Look: STK Arrives as Downtown's Newest Meat Market
    January 15 at 10:39 p.m. by Danielle Lirette

    Is this a steakhouse or a lounge? Turns out that STK is both, with fine dining and a clubby vibe. The international eatery with posh digs in Milan, London, Ibiza and South Beach landed in Denver over the weekend with VIP parties in advance of…

     
  • Fans Jiggled as Jello Biafra Spun Records at Lion's Lair
    January 14 at 5:45 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    Punk old-timer Jello Biafra, of Dead Kennedy's fame, spun a mix of soul, punk and metal, at Lion's Lair, on January 13. The crowd slammed PBRs, wallowed in nostalgia and danced the night away. All photos by Brandon Marshall.

     
  • Gregory Alan Isakov and the Colorado Symphony at Boettcher Concert Hall.
    January 12 at 9:33 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    Colorado folk-meister Gregory Alan Isakov built his reputation playing smart, sensitive, philosophical songs in intimate venues. This week, he once again joined forces with the Colorado Symphony at Boettcher Concert Hall, where he has merged his…

     
  • Rapper T.I. Shows Fans How to "Live Your Life"
    January 12 at 1:21 p.m. by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Southern hip-hop sensation T.I. wowed the crowd at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, in an uncharacteristically intimate show. Also on the bill: Talent Among Us, ITsEVi, Ray Reed and AP.

     
  • The Gothic Goes Nuts for Squirrel Nut Zippers.
    January 12 at 1:02 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    On Wednesday, January 11, Squirrel Nut Zippers brought its signature swing-revival style to an enthusiastic crowd at the Gothic Theater with support from local act Danette Hollowell & The Old Souls. All photos by Brandon Marshall.

     
  • Linger Guests Dug Into Bug Grub at Fundraiser Dinner
    January 11 at 11:15 p.m. by Danielle Lirette

    Linger has been on the forefront of insect-based food, offering cricket empanadas on its daily menu of international street food. But last night, the LoHi eatery got even buggier with guest chef and author, David George Gordon, for a Denver Bug…

     
  • NSFW: David Bowie Birthday Burlesque at Ophelia's Sunday Peepshow
    January 10 at 12:40 p.m. by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Ophelia's monthly Sunday peepshow happened to fall on what would have been David Bowie's 70th birthday, January 8. Vivienne VaVoom organized a crew of burlesque dancers to pay tribute to the legend himself. The evening featured performances from…

     
  • NSFW: Remembering Comedian Jordan Wieleba Through Burlesque and Comedy
    January 9 at 8:18 p.m. by Jacqueline Collins

    Saturday night Chicky Go Peep Productions hosted a performance at the Clocktower Cabaret that included comedy and burlesque performances from a sequin studded lineup. The evening commemorated the life of late transgender comedian, Jordan Wieleba.…

     
  • More Museum-Quality Malarkey: 40's Forties at Black Sheep Friday
    January 9 at 2:04 p.m. by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Black Sheep Friday kicked off the new year at MCA Denver with more museum-quality malarkey: 40's Forties,  which combined '40s-style swing-dancing lessons with 40-ounce malt liquor tastings, to help everyone get in the swing of things.

     
  • Que Viva the Stock Show's Mexican Rodeo Extravaganza!
    January 9 at 9:45 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    The 23rd annual Mexican Rodeo Extravaganza, part of the National Western Stock Show,  brought the Denver Coliseum down on January 8, thanks to spectacular charro dancers, bullfighting, bareback riding and mutton bustin'. All photos by Brandon…

     
  • Debajo del Agua Salsas Through Ophelia's
    January 9 at 6 a.m. by Scott Lentz

    Denver turned out in force to groove to a mix of Latin-inspired hiphop, ska and jazz, as Debajo del Agua, Roka Hueka and Yucasoul took to the stage as part of Mixturas, at Ophelia's Electric Soapbox, on Saturday, January 7. All photos by Scott…

     

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