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  • Colorado State Rams resilient in wins and losses

    Colorado State Rams resilient in wins and losses

    On Monday, Colorado State Rams head coach Jim McElwain uttered one of his favorite phrases when describing the 37-24 loss to the Boise State Broncos last Saturday. “There were some good performances by some guys,” McElwain explained. “And overall, when you look at the effort, I didn't see any quit...
  • October theater: Four spooky shows to get you hungry for Halloween

    October theater: Four spooky shows to get you hungry for Halloween

    There are two months in which more people flock to the theater than any other time of the year. December brings all of those holiday shows like “A Christmas Carol” and “The Nutcracker” just waiting for you to begin making new seasonal traditions with your family. But first, October bursts onto the...
  • Three keys for CSU Rams to get back to winning ways Saturday

    Three keys for CSU Rams to get back to winning ways Saturday

    Two weeks in and it's been an up-and-down season for Colorado State already. The Rams started off slowly against their cross-state rival the Colorado Buffaloes, finding themselves down 17-7 in the third quarter only to come back, score 24 unanswered points and win 31-17. In that game, the rushing of...
  • Athena Project offers workshop on 'Fostering Female Leaders in the Arts'

    Athena Project offers workshop on 'Fostering Female Leaders in the Arts'

    Only four women have ever been nominated for the Best Director Oscar. That includes Lina Wertmuller, Jane Campion, Sofia Coppola and Kathryn Bigelow, with Bigelow being the first and only female director to win the prestigious award. The Tony Awards haven’t been much more female-friendly either...
  • Photos from the National Touring Production of "Pippin"

    Review: 'Pippin' national tour sparkles and astounds

    Many people go through the same phase after college. That “what should I do with my life, now that school is over?” period in which some take to backpacking through Europe, while others move back in with mom and dad to enjoy a few more years of living on the cheap. It’s the eternal “what now...
  • Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line to 'Burn It Down' at Red Rocks Sept. 17-18

    Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line to 'Burn It Down' at Red Rocks Sept. 17-18

    The CMAs may have snubbed Jason Aldean this year, but that isn't stopping his fans from packing out arenas, amphitheatres and larger venues around the country. Next week, Aldean makes a two-night stop at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver (September 17 and 18, 2014), and he's bringing with him another...
  • Jack White releases a new music video for Would You Fight For My Love

    Jack White releases a new music video for Would You Fight For My Love

    When Jack White visited Denver in August to play at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater, he also stopped by the Cruise Room inside the Oxford Hotel to shoot a video. The Art Deco bar, which opened the day after prohibition was repealed in the U.S. in 1933, complements White's style and offers a...
  • Denver music weekend picks Sept. 12-14: Andy Hackbarth, Goldrush 2014 and more

    Denver music weekend picks Sept. 12-14: Andy Hackbarth, Goldrush 2014 and more

    The Mile High is getting its first taste of cooler fall weather, which is all the more reason to warm up with some great live music. As usual, the Denver music scene offers plenty of opportunities this weekend to do just that. If you're making plans to catch a show or two this weekend, here are...
  • Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas wins AFC Player of the Week

    Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas wins AFC Player of the Week

    The Denver Broncos offense picked up right where it left off last season. Denver jumped all over the Indianapolis Colts 24-0 to start their Week 1 contest on Sunday Night, only to see that lead all but slip away in the second half. The Broncos held on to win 31-24, and a great deal of the credit has...
  • R3D Media attempts to diversify multimedia production, offer opportunity

    R3D Media attempts to diversify multimedia production, offer opportunity

    It’s becoming more and more apparent that if Colorado wants to make a mark on the music industry at large, that everything will have to be done “in-house” so to speak. Rather than catering to a music industry that doesn’t seem to understand the needs, desires and fan base of a landlocked state, the...
  • Denver Broncos' Wes Welker could play this Sunday due to drug vote

    Denver Broncos' Wes Welker could play this Sunday due to drug vote

    In a wild turn of events, the Denver Broncos may have their superstar slot receiver after all. Wes Welker, known as arguably the greatest slot receiver in the history of the NFL, was suspended last Tuesday for failing a drug test back in May. He used Adderall according to sources, which is currently...
  • Beyond The Heyday: Denver band The Wild After takes flight

    Beyond The Heyday: Denver band The Wild After takes flight

    Being part of an established band can be a double-edged sword, depending on perspective. While pop/rock act The Heyday had built a loyal following (and a recognized name) over several years of hard work in the Denver music scene, that recognition also came with certain boundaries of sound and style...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Sugar Skulls & Marigolds

    Get to know a Denver band: Sugar Skulls & Marigolds

    A fiery passion for music drives the Aranow boys, Danny and Drew, the sole members of the two-piece ensemble Sugar Skulls and Marigolds. The Fort Lauderdale, Florida natives relocated to the Mile High City five years ago, and since then have joined other local bands such as Monroe Monroe and the Gin...
  • Late night eats: Four spots for those post-show munchies

    Late night eats: Four spots for those post-show munchies

    Whether you’ve just seen a new Broadway touring show or you’ve caught your favorite band at The Ogden theater, chances are you’ll want to find a place after the show for a bite to eat, a cocktail or two and some time to discuss the evening’s entertainment with a few friends. Denver has a lot of...
  • Dinner and a show: Three great dinner theaters to visit outside of Denver

    Dinner and a show: Three great dinner theaters to visit outside of Denver

    Dinner theater has become a bit harder to find, especially since Denver’s premier dinner theatre, The Country Dinner Playhouse, closed its doors years ago. Denver actually doesn’t have any dinner theater found within its boundaries, however, if you’re willing to venture a little outside the Mile...
  • Truly intmate theatre: Three spaces that get you closer to the action

    Truly intmate theatre: Three spaces that get you closer to the action

    Get closer to the action than you ever thought possible. When you attend a live theater performance in a small space, it’s a totally different experience than when you are in a giant auditorium. Instead of using binoculars to see the expressions on the actors’ faces, you can see each nuance up close...
  • Saddle up for the Buckaroo Breakfast at the Children's Museum

    Saddle up for the Buckaroo Breakfast at the Children's Museum

    National Grandparents Day may be September 7, however the Children’s Museum of Denver is planning a huge celebration for grandparents and their grandchildren on October 11. Sure, it’s a month later, but that just gives you more time to plan for this fun day out. After all, what could be more fun...
  • Biz Markie coming to the Paramount with 'Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!'

    Biz Markie coming to the Paramount with 'Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!'

    Parents get ready, because Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Music is Awesome! is coming to the Paramount Theater and tickets go on sale Monday, September 8. This live version of the hit children’s show is the fifth anniversary of the live tour. The 30-city tour includes all your favorite Yo Gabba Gabba...
  • What beating the Boise State Broncos tonight would mean for CSU Rams

    What beating the Boise State Broncos tonight would mean for CSU Rams

    In college football, every week is like a playoff game. That’s because every game holds so much weight when a team is undefeated and keeping that zero in the loss column is important if a school wants to make a bowl game or even the new college football playoffs. For the Colorado State Rams (1-...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Wiredogs

    Get to know a Denver band: Wiredogs

    In a little more than two weeks, Denver punk rock band Wiredogs will perform on the Revolt Stage at Riot Fest. The three-day music festival will host dozens of national artists at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. For a band that has been together for a little over a year, Wiredogs have...
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