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Support Your Neighborhood Bars: Central Denver Edition

1 year ago by Sarah McGill
Some are still open with food and booze, while others are sheltering in place with the rest of us.

Earth, Deca, DeVotchKa, Mogwai, Hindershot, Warsaw and Adele top our weekly playlists

10 years ago by Dave Herrera
As people who think about, talk about, listen to and make music, the most common question we encounter is, "What are you listening to right now?" Whether you're looking for recommendations, trying to get a feel for our individual sensibilities, or are just curious, we've compiled a list of all...

How to Capitalize on Fifteen Minutes of Bachelorette Fame: Open a Restaurant!

2 years ago by Westword Staff
These reality show contestants picked Denver to fulfill their restaurant dreams.

This Burmese Refugee's New Life in Colorado Ended in Death. Why?

2 years ago by Chris Walker
Naing Mana and his wife, Li Ling, thought they'd left danger behind when they came to this country.

Gregory Alan Isakov Drops Single From First Full-Length Album in Five Years

3 years ago by Kyle Harris
Colorado crooner Gregory Alan Isakov announced today that his first album in half a decade, Evening Machines, will come out on October 5.

Review: Moving Paint II Gives Ania Gola-Kumor Her Due

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
Ania Gola-Kumor is one of Colorado’s best abstract painters, but she is inexplicably also one of the most underappreciated. Her latest efforts are on view in Moving Paint II: Ania Gola-Kumor, a handsome and tight solo now at the Sandra Phillips Gallery.

Youth Runs Free in Michal Marczak's Wild, Wheeling All These Sleepless Nights

4 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Too propulsively aimless to be anything other than life, but too fluid in its photography and precise in its compositions to be documentary, Michal Marczak’s pulsing youth-right-now dazzler whirls with two real-life friends (Krzysztof Baginski and Michal Huszcza, playing themselves) and their occasional lovers through a year and a half...

Seriously, The Zookeeper’s Wife Moves Despite its Glossiness

4 years ago by April Wolfe
Niki Caro has the rare ability to elevate what could be emotionally manipulative schlock to earnest art. To judge by the trailer, her low-budget breakthrough feature Whale Rider (2003) seemed a straightforward children’s drama about a girl overcoming the odds — tame, commercial Disney fare. But the film itself proved...

Polish Mermaid Musical The Lure Gets Joyously Nasty

4 years ago by Odie Henderson
Agnieszka Smoczynska's The Lure is a cautionary tale of sisterhood, sexuality, and the sometimes self-destructive things people do for love. The film, which won the award for best debut at the Gdynia Film Festival, is also a diabolically wicked Polish-language musical about two beautiful mermaids who climb ashore in Warsaw...

Demon’s Director Committed Suicide. Now a Wife/Producer Perseveres

5 years ago by April Wolfe
What happens when a director takes his own life before he’s able to see his work open in theaters? In the case of Marcin Wrona and Demon, his mesmerizing Polish art-horror film, Olga Szymanska, Wrona’s producing partner and wife, has pressed on. She has traveled with the film, watching the...

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