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Ask a Stoner: States Looking for Marijuana Professionals

7 months ago by Herbert Fuego
Once the economy's back to normal, that is.
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Porn, Death and Despair: Boston's Milquetoast & Co. Reforms in Denver

9 months ago by John Bear
Wondering why he was so angry all the time, James McAndrew reformed his Boston band Milquetoast and Co.
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Colorado Filmmaker Explores the Holocaust Through a Nonfiction Mystery

10 months ago by John Bear
Colorado filmmaker Dylan Nelson's new documentary follows a man’s quest to recover valuable stamps stolen from Holocaust victims.
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Peter Blick on the Challenges of Independent Promoting in Denver

12 months ago by Alex Berryhill
Peter Blick of Below Radar discusses the challenges of promoting Denver concerts.
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Demon's Artful Horror Digs Into Poland's Past — and Slowly Overwhelms

4 years ago by Michael Nordine
Horror has in recent years been so informed by found footage, smartphones and Skype that a trend toward folklore was probably inevitable. Far from trying to capture the moment, arthouse movies like The Babadook, It Follows and now Demon aspire to a kind of timelessness — what was old has...
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Paula Vogel's Indecent Covers a Lot of Ground, Raises Questions

1 year ago by Juliet Wittman
The play is in a regional premiere at the Denver Center.
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New Mac and Cheese Eatery Coming From Pierogies Factory Founder

1 year ago by Mark Antonation
Cezary Grosfeld has his eye on serving more pierogies and made-to-order mac and cheese.
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Kyle Zeppelin Wants to Build a City of the Future. Is It All a Pipe Dream?

2 years ago by Ana Campbell
Kyle Zeppelin considers himself the better angel of his trade, a moralistic rebel of real estate who stands shoulder to shoulder with community activists bemoaning the thoughtless architecture that’s transforming Denver.
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Boulder Activist Helps Stop Trump Minions' Climate Talk With Laughter

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
A Boulder activist was among protesters who stopped a Trump administration climate panel talk in Poland with laughter.
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Denver Film Festival Must-See Picks for November 2 to 4: Pity and More

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Denver Film Festival artistic director Brit Withey names his must-see picks for films screening at the event November 2 to 4, including Pity, Behind the Curve and Cold War.

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