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Gun Street Ghost Took Ten Years to Gain Traction

21 days ago by Ben Wiese
After nearly a decade's worth of uncertainty, Denver alternative country band Gun Street Ghost has figured itself out.

Judas Priest, Interpol, Macy Gray shows on sale this weekend

5 years ago by Jon Solomon
In support of its seventeenth album, Redeemer of Souls, released July 8, the legendary Judas Priest brings its fall North American tour to the 1ST Bank Center on Wednesday, November 19 with Steel Panther opening. General admission and reserved tickets ($45 to $65) go on sale on Friday, July 18...

Support the Girls Is a Winning, Rambunctious Comedy About Work in America

10 months ago by Danny King
Bujalski frames most of Support the Girls as an almost real-time delineation of chaos, but his storytelling elegance — delicate, nearly invisible foreshadowing; cogent evocations of backstory — adds reflective layers to the surface anarchy

Anne Waldman and Trickster Feminism

10 months ago by Teague Bohlen
Anne Waldman is a poetic powerhouse.

Wendy Ishii of Bas Bleu Honored at the Henry Awards

11 months ago by Juliet Wittman
Wendy Ishii left New York City for Fort Collins, where she founded Bas Bleu and has become an internationally recognized director and actor.

Tour John Oates's Beautiful Aspen Ranch, Yours for $6 Million

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
John Oates, one-half of the iconic singing duo Hall and Oates, is selling his sprawling, rustic Aspen-area ranch for $6 million. Take a photo tour of the property here to see if it will make your dreams come true.

John Turturro to Receive John Cassavetes Award at Denver Film Festival

4 years ago by Keith Garcia
T The John Cassavetes Award, established in 1989 in collaboration with Cassavetes's widow, Gena Rowlands, is presented annually to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the world of filmmaking and whose work reflects the spirit of the late filmmaker. The award was first presented to Steven Soderberg;...

Scott McCormick Quit Music for Photography

2 years ago by Andy Thomas
Scott McCormick likes to talk about the time that Denver musician Sawmill Joe almost cut off his own finger.

Twelve of the Best Colorado Underground Record Labels

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
Since at least the early '80s, Colorado hasn't been short on indie labels: from Wax Trax to We Never Sleep, Doughnut Krew, Elephant 6, Suburban Home, Gestalt, Soda Jerk, W.A.R., Gift and many more. Usually these are started by someone with initiative and resources that finds a way to put out the music that had no chance for a release on a more commercial record label.

Street-Style: Belly Dancer Joli Castor Spotted in John Fluevog Heels

4 years ago by Mauricio Rocha
Details matter in fashion. At Broadway and Ellsworth, we spotted Joli Castor, an Art Institute high school representative and world fusion belly dancer with Bale Fire, wearing a pair of mint-green leather platform heels. "Fashion is an expression of who we are on the inside at any given moment in time...

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