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YaSi's Skyrocketing With "Issues"

2 months ago by Kyle Harris
With the voice of a natural-born diva, YaSi pours out hip-hop-infused R&B and lyrics so personal that they almost chafe.
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Steven Wingate on the Weaponization of Christianity and Of Fathers & Fire

2 months ago by Teague Bohlen
The author's new novel is set in Colorado Springs in the 1980s.
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John Fogerty Brought Woodstock to Red Rocks

2 months ago by Adam Perry
Creedence Clearwater Revival's John Fogerty brought the past to Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
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Through Animation, Tehran Taboo Dares to Depict the Politics of Sex in Iran

2 years ago by Sherilyn Connelly
Soozandeh wastes no time establishing both the hypocrisy of the devout in Iran (or America, or Gilead) and his Short Cuts-ian tapestry of characters
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Alibi's Bar & Grill Is Littleton's Spot for Green Chile, Karaoke and Cheap Drinks

4 months ago by Sarah McGill
The regulars at Ali Esfahani's watering hole consider it the Cheers of South Broadway
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A Peek Behind Iran's Veil

17 years ago by Bill Gallo
A startling new film from Iran, Rakhshan Bani-Etemad's Under the Skin of the City, gives American viewers a rare and vivid glimpse of day-to-day life in contemporary Tehran -- altering some of the politically based preconceptions we may have about the place and opening our eyes to a society that...
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House of Pod Starts an Incubator for Podcasts by Women of Color

4 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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School Shootings List in Twenty Years Since Columbine: 240 and Counting

4 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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The Cuisine of Iran Is Just the Beginning of Culinary Exploration at Rice & Kabob

3 years ago by Mark Antonation
While searching for the cuisine of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen (the seven countries whose citizens were banned from entering the U.S. by Donald's Trump executive order) in metro Denver, I came across Rice & Kabob Persian Kitchen at 1699 South Colorado Boulevard. I assumed Persian would...
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Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 and Under (Two Free)

6 months ago by Byron Graham
Get busy this weekend, we these free and cheap things to do.

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