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Jazz Pianist Neil Bridge Celebrates His Ninetieth Birthday

1 month ago by Jon Solomon
The jazz pianist has lived by this Beethoven quote: “To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable.”
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Channel 2's Chris Parente on TV, Love and Being Yourself No Matter What

3 months ago by Michael Roberts
Chris Parente talks about joy, challenges and the crankiest celebrity he's ever interviewed.
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Ten Things for Art Lovers to Do and See This Weekend in Denver

5 months ago by Susan Froyd
It’s a weekend of new galleries and old standbys, gorgeous traditional gallery shows, pop-ups and futuristic musings in the local art world.
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School Shootings List in Twenty Years Since Columbine: 240 and Counting

5 months ago by Michael Roberts
The pace of school shootings has actually quickened in the second decade since the 1999 Columbine attack.
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Surf Rock Innovator Dies at 81: "All Hail Dick Dale"

6 months ago by Michael Roberts
Guitar wizard Dick Dale, one of the innovators the surf-rock sound back in the '60s, died on Saturday night, at age 81.
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Home Movies: Colorado Connections at the Academy Awards

7 months ago by Westword Staff
Two of the Best Picture nominees have ties to the state.
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Singer-Songwriter Claire Heywood Debuts "Old Souls Motel"

7 months ago by Nick Hutchinson
Claire Heywood takes songwriting seriously. The 27-year-old Denver-based vocalist, lyricist and guitar player debuts her professed perfectionist tendencies on a new single.
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Reed Foehl Feels Lucky on His New Album

8 months ago by Nick Hutchinson
Reed Foehl's fifth album, Lucky Enough, drops on February 1.
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Restaurant Roll Call: All the Openings and Closings in 2018

9 months ago by Mark Antonation
Here's our complete list of openings and closings for 2018.
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Jesse Dayton Wonders Where the Protest Songs Have Gone

11 months ago by Jon Solomon
He's worked with Waylon Jennings and Rob Zombie, played for Bill Clinton and bemoaned the rise of the alt-right. Jesse Dayton's weird career just keeps booming.

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