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Over the Weekend: Where these guys are going, they don't need roads

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From ice-racing to a new club to a Roller Derby party, it was a busy weekend in Denver. Check out slideshows of what you missed after the jump.

Our Gang Ice Racing at Georgetown Lake, where anyone in a 4X4 can zip around the lake while silently praying they don't fall in. Photographer Jamie Secrest went for a ride.

The Grand Opening of Club 303, the new club in the old Polly Esther's. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.

Saturday night at Lure Nightclub, the after-party for the Festivus Film Fest. Thackeray was there.

The Denver Roller Dolls Ball, to say goodbye to roller derby season. Christopher Gilstrap got the invite.

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