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  • Get to know a Denver band: The Changing Colors

    Get to know a Denver band: The Changing Colors

    Frontman for The Changing Colors, Conor Bourgal, envisions releasing two or three EPs in the near future rather than a full-length album, such as the group’s 2013 nine-song collection, Joan & The King. Sharing that he’s been recently inspired by pop music,in the vein of LCD Soundsystem or...
  • Denver music weekend picks Oct. 10-11:  The New Pornographers, St. Lucia, more

    Denver music weekend picks Oct. 10-11: The New Pornographers, St. Lucia, more

    Denver is just teeming with great live shows this weekend, including a slew of great national acts as well as some terrific local bands. If you're looking for great live music in the Mile High this weekend but aren't sure where to look, here are just a few suggestions to help narrow the search for...
  • Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

    Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

    Offense is awesome. In today's NFL, offense rules the league, just as it did Sunday as the Denver Broncos controlled the Arizona Cardinals throughout their game. The Broncos put up a ton of individual and team records on the way to the 41-20 blowout of the Cardinals including their amazing 568 total...
  • Gypsy Jane Krunkyard Jubilee: Denver's first cannabis and music fest

    Gypsy Jane Krunkyard Jubilee: Denver's first cannabis and music fest

    The weekend of Oct. 3-5, Denver saw another first for cannabis history 2014 in the state of Colorado. The Gypsy Jane Krunkyard Jubilee at Denver Mart was the first cannabis and music festival where it was legal for patrons 21 and up to consume cannabis products publicly. The sale of cannabis was...
  • Denver Broncos win marked by massive numbers

    Denver Broncos win marked by massive numbers

    What a game. In this offensive-driven NFL, the Denver Broncos win over the Arizona Cardinals was a shining example of how fun football can be. Denver was dominant from the first whistle, in a fashion similar to the NFL-record setting 2013 campaign. In fact, besides the total points, this was a...
  • Get to know a Denver band: The Kinky Fingers

    Get to know a Denver band: The Kinky Fingers

    Fresh off their tour through the country’s Bible Belt, The Kinky Fingers aren’t taking any time to slow down after being on the road, as the“Santa Fe surf rock” group is currently working on two LPs. A band that prides itself on incorporating numerous American music genres, The Kinky Fingers play as...
  • Colorado State's Rashard Higgins and Dee Hart lead Rams to trounce Tulsa

    Colorado State's Rashard Higgins and Dee Hart lead Rams to trounce Tulsa

    Don't look now but the Colorado State Rams are rolling. They're making “the climb” through the season and have improved to 4-1 thanks to their trouncing of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Saturday. CSU steam-rolled from the first 53-yard run by Dee Hart and didn't stop until the game was over. The Rams...
  • Guide to the Space Gallery

    Guide to the Space Gallery

    Nestled in Denver's Art District on Santa Fe, Space Gallery is a 4,000 square foot exhibition space for abstract and contemporary artwork from artists like Monica Aiello, Tom Bosma and Taiko Chandler. One- to two-month exhibitions of striking compositions are on display throughout the year. Soak in...
  • Colorado State cruses to blowout victory over Tulsa

    Colorado State cruses to blowout victory over Tulsa

    Everyone knew it would be an orange out inside Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium Saturday, but no one knew it would be a blow out as well. Colorado State came out on fire, similar to the orange that filled the stands on this season's Ag Day, scoring touchdowns on four of their first six drives to...
  • Kick off Halloween season with the Mile High Horror Film Festival

    Kick off Halloween season with the Mile High Horror Film Festival

    There is no better way to usher in the Halloween season than to sit down with a great horror flick and a big bowl of popcorn. Instead of just lounging on your couch however, why not head out to see lots of great horror movies as well as many local films at the annual Mile High Horror Film Festival...
  • Windscape offers beautiful music for the whole family

    Windscape offers beautiful music for the whole family

    The arts are getting cut in schools more and more every year, so it become increasingly more important to introduce your children to the wonders of classical and world music at home. Coming soon to the Lakewood Cultural Center is a wonderful opportunity to bring the kids to a musical feast for both...
  • Colorado State quite alive in wide open Mountain West

    Colorado State quite alive in wide open Mountain West

    Welcome to the wild, wild west. Through five weeks of the college football season, we're no closer now to knowing who will win the Mountain West Conference than we were in August. Of the 12 teams that call the MW home, no school is undefeated, creating a muddling of exactly which team is the best in...
  • Denver Broncos cut kicker Matt Prater

    Denver Broncos cut kicker Matt Prater

    In a shocking move, the Denver Broncos cut kicker Matt Prater on Friday. Prater, an eight-year professional kicker who had been with the Denver Broncos for the last seven seasons, was released due to a “football decision” per head coach John Fox. “Anytime you make football decisions in an...
  • Halloween activites for the whole family

    Halloween activites for the whole family

    Bring out all your little ghosts and goblins for another year of Halloween mania all over the city of Denver. Sure, there are a lot of Halloween activities that are best for older kids and adults but there are also several fun ways to enjoy the holiday as a family, without leaving the younger...
  • Ignite Theatre goes 'Into the Woods'

    Ignite Theatre goes 'Into the Woods'

    Long before “Once Upon a Time” or “Grim” there was “Into the Woods.” A musical involving many well-known fairy tale characters that premiered in 1986. It took characters from stories like “Cinderella,” “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Rapunzel” and combined them with an...
  • Colorado State football doing all the 'little things' right

    Colorado State football doing all the 'little things' right

    “Those little things that don't show up in the box score are what wins you ball games,” Colorado State Rams head coach Jim McElwain said Monday at his weekly press conference. It's a motto we've heard throughout Coach Mac's three years in Fort Collins. Do all the little things right and the big...
  • FCC votes to ban blackouts, how it affects the NFL

    FCC votes to ban blackouts, how it affects the NFL

    Down go blackouts. The ability for the NFL to “black out,” or stop home football games from being broadcast on television when fans of that team didn't sell out their stadium, is now no longer an option. For the Denver Broncos, this has never been a problem. The Broncos have sold out every home game...
  • Curious Theatre Company presents world premier 'Lucky Me'

    Curious Theatre Company presents world premier 'Lucky Me'

    Curious Theatre Company has a local and national reputation for presenting high quality regional premiers that both excite and challenge the local theater community. Opening soon at Curious Theatre Company is the rolling world premier of “Lucky Me” by Robert Caisley, a dark comedy that is sure to be...
  • 'Puppy Up!' walk to benefit canine cancer research

    'Puppy Up!' walk to benefit canine cancer research

    There are a lot of great causes and charities that hold annual walks to raise funds and awareness for a variety of causes. Eager athletes line up for their chance to show their support by lacing up their sneakers and paying an entrance fee that goes to a good cause. It’s a great way to help out a...
  • Weekend Planning Denver: Oct. 3-5

    Weekend Planning Denver: Oct. 3-5

    Not one weekend seems to slip by without a variety of choices for a hip-hop head to listen to live music in Denver. The weekend of October 3-5 is no different, with several choices in how to spend an evening partying with some big talent.
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