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Savage Beauty

15 years ago by Michael Paglia
One of the Denver Art Museum's greatest strengths is its New World department, which houses two distinct collections: Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial. For more than two decades, the department's founder, visionary curator Robert Stroessner, enthusiastically collected relevant material way ahead of supporting scholarship. He was buying things before anyone --...
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The Edge Theater Says Goodbye to Denver

1 year ago by Juliet Wittman
After an eight-year run, the Edge Theatre is leaving Colorado for Chicago.
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Jeff Scroggins & Colorado

6 years ago by Jon Solomon
As a teenage guitarist, Jeff Scroggins fell in love with rock and roll, especially with players like Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck — but at nineteen, he picked up a cheap banjo at a garage sale, then ended up trading in his Les Paul for a better banjo...
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The Broke Music Fan's Guide to Denver: Libraries and Museums

3 years ago by Brett Callwood
Hey, we all pay our taxes, right? Some of that money goes toward the upkeep of city facilities like libraries and museums, so in a way, we pay for music without knowing it, because many of those places host musical events and/or have music to borrow. If you haven't already,...
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Every Act Playing Coachella 2017, Ranked

3 years ago by Andy Hermann
We ranked all 161 acts on this year's lineup, because we're crazy.
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The 21 Best Events in Denver, March 14-20

3 years ago by Westword Staff
Pigs might not fly at Cochon 555, but they certainly sing. Speaking of singing, go highbrow for St. Paddy's day at the Céad Mile Fáilte performance. These are just two of the delicious, delectable, wildly entertaining events in our list of the 21 best events of the week. Tuesday, March 14...
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10 Things to Do for $10 in Denver This Weekend (5 Free!), June 5-7

4 years ago by Alex Brown
Summer is the best time in our city, but it can get downright overwhelming with all the events to keep up with. This weekend has almost too much going on, so make sure to check out the Westword calendar for a complete list, if this one ain't enough for you...
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Now Playing: A Sixpack of Shows on Denver Stages

5 years ago by Juliet Wittman
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche “At the center, it’s a really sweet love story — and the funniest show of the year. I actually think that’s true. People who think women can’t be funny? Well, they should come and take a look at this.” That’s director Edith Weiss’s description of...
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Year in Review: The strangest people and events of 2012

7 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
The world didn't end on December 21, but it sure felt like it had at other times in 2012, especially as Colorado was subjected to shootings, murder, madmen, wildfires and presidential advertisements. This past year also held plenty of signs of the apocalypse for some people as legalized pot, Democrats...
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Now Playing

9 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Garage Sale Loud: This Is It. Almost every summer, the folks at Heritage Square stage what is essentially a musical review with a thin sustaining plot line and the word "loud" in the title. The conceit is that T.J. Mullin and Annie Dwyer are siblings, and they're reliving their youth:...

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