Back at work this morning but not quite ready for it? Perhaps you're mourning the Broncos' season. At least you're not a Rams fan; last night's collapse was much worse than an entire season of abject failure. Anyway, kill some time by checking out our weekend coverage.
- On Friday night, New Year's Eve had an Egyptian theme during the White Rose Gala at the DTC Hyatt. See what we mean with our slideshow by Jonathan Shoup.
- Sound Tribe Sector 9 rounded out a three-day stay in Denver on New Year's Eve with a sold-out show at the Fillmore. Teal Nipp brings back these photos.
- 5 Degrees was, uh, pretty chill on New Year's Eve, as you can see from the photo above. See the entire 5 Degrees on New Year's Eve slideshow by Aaron Thackeray.
- At Theory + Practice, A New Year Underground went down and Amber Taufen brings back her review of the show: A New Year Underground at Theory + Practice.
- The Shag Lounge was giving out free bottles of champagne on New Year's Eve. Check out the the photos here: New Year's Eve at the Shag Lounge.
- Also on New Year's Eve, Denver's infamous Warlock Pinchers got together again for a show at the Gothic Theatre. See all the photos.
- Things were noticeably dressier at Suite 200 on NYE. See the photos here: New Year's Eve at Suite 200.
- Those who weren't partied through or danced-out on New Year's Day went to Beta where legendary Chicago DJ Bad Boy Bill performed. See all the photos: Bad Boy Bill at Beta.
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