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F Is For Fake

7 years ago by Susan Froyd
As a photographer, Mark Sink still sees value in old-school techniques: palpable photography committed to a surface in the old-fashioned way, an alchemy of light and magic. His worldview is similar: In a fast-changing world where kids now in art school might never have even put film in a camera,...
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RedLine's group photography show is earning double takes

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
Month of Photography, a citywide series of events going on right now, has really left its mark on Denver over the past few years — a goal that hasn't been easy for some other recent multi-venue offerings. Remember Dialogue Denver, which coincided with the 2008 Democratic National Convention? No? Neither...
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Ten shows to see during Month of Photography

7 years ago by Susan Froyd
This year's version of Month of Photography is not going to be typecast, no way. The very breadth of the 2013 citywide photography showcase is astonishing and diverse, viewing photographic media from every perspective: In black-and-white and color, super-real and fantastically altered, analog and digital, projected, and cut up and...
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Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna brings a mystical island ruled by the Moon to the Pepsi Center

6 years ago by Emilie Johnson
Want to take a trip to a mystical island that is ruled by the Moon? You only have to go as far the Pepsi Center parking lot for this adventure, because the latest Cirque Du Soleil traveling show, Amaluna, opens there tonight. Celebrating its one-year anniversary -- which is young...
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Restaurant Roll Call for 2011

8 years ago by Westword Staff
Close to 300 new restaurants opened in the metro area last year -- and with that much action, perhaps it's not surprising that two of them are named Cebiche, and two of them are named Chinook. But the local dining scene also lost a surprising number of mainstays: the 29-year-old...
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Best of Westword Winners From 1988

12 years ago by Sean Cronin
In 1988, Westword published its fifth Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from the Best Band (the Subdudes, just going national) to the Best Hungry Young Band (Big Head Todd and the Monsters, long before they started singing Hillary Clinton’s song) to the Best...
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Yin-Yang Sisterhood

14 years ago by John La Briola
We're an all-lesbian band if you need to label us, but we don't go out promoting that," says Laura Coleman, drummer for folk-blues power trio the Dearly Beloved. "The whole gay thing is pretty minor. As far as I know, this is the only all-female band in town, but we...

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