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Brittany Howard, Cold War Kids and Every New Denver Concert Announcement

1 month ago by Westword Staff
Brittany Howard, Cold War Kids and Bob Dylan all announced Denver concerts.

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

6 months ago by Michael Roberts
The pace of school shootings has actually quickened in the second decade since the 1999 Columbine attack.

The Beer Bard Marty Jones Goes Political on "Thoughts and Prayers"

9 months ago by Andy Thomas
"I'm having doubts about thoughts and prayers," goes the refrain to Marty Jones's newest single, "Thoughts and Prayers."

Daughters' Alexis Marshall Talks New Album and Entitled Music Critics

8 months ago by Michael Goodwin
Known for unpredictability, the Providence-bred noise band Daughters reaffirmed that reputation with its latest release, You Won’t Get What You Want.

Ship Named After Pueblo Could Play Role in Trump's Negotiations With Kim Jong-un

8 months ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Denuclearization is the prime topic for Trump and Kim this week. But the two may also address the issue of the USS Pueblo.

Book It: The Five Best Literary Events This Week

11 months ago by Teague Bohlen
As December drops on Colorado, here are your five best bookish bets for the week.

Colorado Legislature Election Results 2018: Dems Win House and Senate

11 months ago by Michael Roberts
Victories in key races helped Democrats regain control of the Colorado state senate in the November 2018 election.

Scott Gessler v. Denver clerk Debra Johnson in latest lawsuit to target Secretary of State

7 years ago by Sam Levin
After responding to some negative headlines surrounding a botched voter registration mailing, Secretary of State Scott Gessler is fielding more criticism this week -- this time from a lawsuit that first reached his office via reporters' inquiries. The suit comes from Denver Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson, a Democrat, who...

The Killer and Mrs. Johnson

22 years ago by Alan Prendergast
On the morning of December 17, 1992, a rangy freshman named Jacob Ind was pulled out of his first-hour class at Woodland Park High School by counselor David Greathouse. Concerned about Ind's emotional stability, Greathouse had arranged for the fifteen-year-old to meet with a mental-health specialist from a Colorado Springs...

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