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Over the weekend: From Skylab to Suite 200, we've got you covered

See Aaron Thackeray's slideshow from Skylabhere. Here's what you missed if you spent the weekend shopping for new galoshes: Thursday -- yeah, some of us started early -- marked the final Riverfront Park Fashion Show of the summer, and it didn't disappoint. Aaron Thackery's slide show is testament to that...
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See Aaron Thackeray's slideshow from Skylabhere.

Here's what you missed if you spent the weekend shopping for new galoshes:

Thursday -- yeah, some of us started early -- marked the final Riverfront Park Fashion Show of the summer, and it didn't disappoint. Aaron Thackery's slide show is testament to that.

Suite 200, a new 7,000 square-foot-club on Larimer, threw a grand-opening party on Friday. Photo by John Solomon.

- Suite 200, a sprawling, trendy new club downtown, marked its grand opening with a packed party on Friday night. Clubs editor Jon Solomon captured the beautiful people in their natural habitat in this slideshow.

- Saturday night, while Jon and the pretty people recovered, dance-music addicts overthrew the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds for Skylab 2008. Aaron Thackary broke out his glowsticks and joined the fray, and was welcomed with ... well, you'll see.

- And, as you can see below, Jack Johnson proved on Sunday that not even the threat of rain, the threat of getting stuck in post-concert traffic on a Sunday night, nor the threat of Monday morning could stop his fans from packing Red Rocks.

And, in case you forgot what he looked like, here's that smooth-singin' dreamboat rockin' the mic:

Did we miss anything? (Seriously, tell us). -- Joe Tone

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