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Clay Cabe

6 years ago by Jon Solomon
For a guy who grew up learning to play Elton John songs on his autoharp while listening to the radio, Clay Cabe has quite an affinity for funk. Although his debut, 2003's December, was an acoustic-driven folk-rock album, The Underworld is more of an eclectic effort. There are still a...
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Six Things for Art Lovers to Do and See This Weekend and Beyond

1 year ago by Susan Froyd
Labor Day weekend is coming and the first whiffs of fall are in the air in gallery land, from the Auraria campus to the co-ops of Lakewood. Here’s where some of the action is.
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Photos: Ten notable Denver police shootings

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
News that no charges would be made against the three police officers who nearly beat Alex Landau to death in 2009 has brought renewed scrutiny to the Denver Police Department, especially when it comes to the question of race. Jared Jacang Maher explored these questions in his 2008 feature "Target...
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(UPDATE) New Concerts: Skrillex vs Knife Party, Bob Dylan and Green Day at 1STBANK

A bunch of new shows this week. The two biggest of the bunch: Bob Dylan, whose new album, Tempest , hits the stores today, is coming to the 1STBANK Center for a two-night stand in late October, and Green Day, due for a date at the Broomfield venue in February...
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Independent Monitor Richard Rosenthal keeps a close eye on the Denver police

8 years ago by Joel Warner
Richard Rosenthal is busy, as usual. "It's been an interesting day," Denver's Independent Monitor quips to the TV crew setting up in his office conference room, high up on the twelfth floor of the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building. Rosenthal has spent much of the day interviewing potential deputy...
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THRILLS

25 years ago by Susan Froyd
Wednesday April 12 Pulling strings: Based in Colorado Springs, where they are artists-in-residence at that city's University of Colorado campus, the Da Vinci String Quartet is a chamber ensemble at home with a variety of composers and musical periods. The prize-winning group--Jerilyn Jorgensen, Kay Kireilis, Margaret Miller and Katharine Knight--will...

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