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Photos: Gates Rubber factory -- urban explorers' dream or urban nightmare?

7 years ago by Alan Prendergast
This week's feature, "Trouble in the Rubble," looks into the controversies triggered by student Eugene Elliott's effort to save what's left of the Gates Rubber Company complex on South Broadway from demolition by filing for landmark preservation status. Response to the story has been sharply divided, with some readers denouncing...
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Christian Ska Singer Matt Morginsky Loses His Home in a Fire

9 days ago by Jon Solomon
Matt Morginsky, the frontman for the Christian ska band the O.C. Supertones, lost his home in a fire.
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Can a single student with $250 change the fate of the Gates Rubber factory?

7 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Eugene Elliott caught his first glimpse of the ravaged Gates Rubber Company complex three years ago. He was driving in Denver one day, and here was this huge, hulking factory, a sprawling labyrinth of brick and concrete stretching across blocks of South Broadway. The empty plant was imposing yet desolate...
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Steve Vanderploeg Brews Up Laughter With Rotating Tap Comedy

11 days ago by Byron Graham
Steve Vanderploeg offers crowds excellence in draft and on stage with Rotating Tap Comedy, a pop-up show appearing at some of the city's finest beer halls throughout the summer.
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The 21 Best Events in Denver, May 20 Through May 26

27 days ago by Westword Staff
Denver Day of Rock, a very burger weekend, festivals, art, music and more!
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Mark Barnhouse on the Mall, Architecture...and What Denver Has Lost

1 month ago by Teague Bohlen
Here's what's in store at tonight's presentation on The Lost Department Stores of Denver.
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Denver, May 13 Through May 19

1 month ago by Westword Staff
Colfax Marathon, Fem Fest, Five Points Jazz Festival and more!
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Why Colorado Tokers Love Strawberry Diesel

1 month ago by Herbert Fuego
It smells like a black-and-tan beer looks: layered and delicious.
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Gates Redevelopment Not Rubber Stamped

11 years ago by Michael Roberts
The overhaul of the former Gates Rubber Co site into a $1 billion transit-oriented development has gone off-track for the moment thanks to a mysterious move by builder Joseph Freed and Associates to “create a different relationship” with master developer Cherokee Denver, which owns the site. Freed senior vice president...
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House of Pod Starts an Incubator for Podcasts by Women of Color

2 months ago by Byron Graham
House of Pod, which was co-founded with the nonprofit Amped, is seeking to diversify Denver's podcasting scene with "From the Margins to the Center," a new podcast incubator developing shows created by women of color who've been historically underrepresented across all fields of media.

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