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  • Miners Alley Playhouse announces its 2015 season

    Miners Alley Playhouse announces its 2015 season

    The arrival of October also signifies the approaching end of the 2014 theater season in Denver. Of course, that means the announcements of the 2015 seasons have been pouring in from theater companies all over the state. Another theater company has released its season for next year, with a lot of...
  • Garrett Grayson forgets early interceptions, leads CSU Rams to comeback win

    Garrett Grayson forgets early interceptions, leads CSU Rams to comeback win

    Before this game kicked off, it seemed to be an uphill climb for the Colorado State Rams. Everything was going against CSU; the game was on the road, with an extremely early kickoff – 10:30 a.m. MT – and Boston College presented a truly tough opponent who was 3-1 on the season. The Eagles don't fly...
  • Three things that make Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium great

    Three things that make Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium great

    With all the clamoring over a new football stadium, have we forgotten something special? Is Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium a gem that we're all missing? On Thursday, Colorado State President Tony Frank announced what we all had a hunch about; the athletics department did well to raise $5...
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers plan three-day tour stop at Red Rocks

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers plan three-day tour stop at Red Rocks

    Denver rock fans are in for a treat as Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are planning a three-day tour stop at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison next week. The band will perform on Tuesday, Sept. 30, Wednesday, Oct. 1 and Friday, Oct. 3 (Casting Crowns are scheduled for...
  • Cavalia's 'Odysseo' in Denver: not flawless, but impressive

    Cavalia's 'Odysseo' in Denver: not flawless, but impressive

    First things first: you have to hand it to the creators and designers of Cavalia's latest touring horse show Odysseo for the sheer magnitude of what they are attempting to present, let alone what they're traveling with. A massive, five-tent operation that requires 100 vehicles to transport from...
  • The Byers-Evans House to feature award-winning artwork in October

    The Byers-Evans House to feature award-winning artwork in October

    The Byers-Evans House is a historic work of art all on its own. However, the beautiful home will be featuring an exhibition of work by the three winners in the Professional Artists category from the 2013 Colorado Plein Air Arts Festival, the largest urban plein air event in the country. Plein air...
  • Ballet and jazz combine with Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal

    Ballet and jazz combine with Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal

    With the popularity of shows like “So You Think You Can Dance” and “Dancing With The Stars,” there have been new dance fans popping up all over the country. People who may never have realized they loved watching dance are getting inspired to find dance performances, take dance lessons and seek out...
  • Behind the magic of 'Odysseo': An interview with Normand Latourelle

    Behind the magic of 'Odysseo': An interview with Normand Latourelle

    If you’ve driven along I-25 recently, you’ve certainly noticed the giant tents in the Pepsi Center parking lot. These tents are the home for the latest touring production from Normand Latourelle called “Odysseo.” Latourelle was the man behind “Cavalia,” which toured in Colorado four years ago. Today...
  • Peyton Manning remains NFL's best quarterback according to one stat

    Peyton Manning remains NFL's best quarterback according to one stat

    Peyton Manning is a maestro when it comes to NFL quarterbacking. In 2013, Manning rewrote the NFL record books, breaking basically every single-season record we keep today. He was so spectacular, Manning led his Denver Broncos to a division title, through the playoffs and back to the Super Bowl...
  • Tony Frank's 'four options' for CSU's on-campus stadium sound like same old two

    Tony Frank's 'four options' for CSU's on-campus stadium sound like same old two

    With the October fundraising deadline quickly approaching, time is running out on the new on-campus football stadium at Colorado State University. Of course, with staunch opposition by people living in and around the school's campus, as well as former Athletic Director Jack Graham being fired...
  • Weekend Planning Sept 26-28: Another hip-hop heavy weekend in Denver

    Weekend Planning Sept 26-28: Another hip-hop heavy weekend in Denver

    Friday, September 26, 2014 Renegades of Rhythm: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist – The Ogden Theater This show, which was announced back in June, is not only conceptually enticing, but the fact that it touts two of the world’s best DJs makes it even more exciting. The 16 and up show starts at 8 p.m. and...
  • Denver music weekend picks Sept. 26-27:  Big Gigantic, Blake Brown and more

    Denver music weekend picks Sept. 26-27: Big Gigantic, Blake Brown and more

    The weekend in the Mile High always promises lots of great live music in a wide range of genres, both from local and touring acts. This weekend is no exception. If you need a little help narrowing your search for great live shows in Denver this weekend, we're here to help with a few suggestions...
  • Colorado Avalanche 2014 preseason debut reveals shining youth in Denver

    Colorado Avalanche 2014 preseason debut reveals shining youth in Denver

    This past Monday evening, the Colorado Avalanche and the Anaheim Ducks took to the ice at Pepsi Center for the first time this year. While there was a split-squad of Avs and Ducks players participating in a separate exhibition matchup in Anaheim, we were in attendance for the Avalanche game in...
  • Denver Broncos' second toughest schedule is bearing out

    Denver Broncos' second toughest schedule is bearing out

    Three games into the 2014 season and the Denver Broncos are likely welcoming their bye week.That's because, while the Broncos are 2-1, it's been no cakewalk. In fact, it's been anything but. While Denver jumped out to the 24-nothing lead over the Indianapolis Colts, Andrew Luck's team wouldn't just...
  • Blake Brown and the American Dust Choir produce musical magic with 'Three'

    Blake Brown and the American Dust Choir produce musical magic with 'Three'

    This Friday, September 26, Blake Brown and the American Dust Choir celebrate the release of their EP, Three, at the Hi-Dive. While the EP won’t officially be available until Tuesday, September 30, the band shared Three with AXS. After several listens of the Blake Brown and the American Dust Choir’s...
  • Three positives from Denver Broncos loss to Seattle Seahawks

    Three positives from Denver Broncos loss to Seattle Seahawks

    It's not whether you win or lose...wait, yes it is. The Denver Broncos rebuilt their defense, retooled their offense and got many players back from various injuries. Still, they were unable to beat the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl XLVIII rematch last Sunday. Denver gave it all they had...
  • Lykke Li returns to Denver's Ogden Theatre on September 25

    Lykke Li returns to Denver's Ogden Theatre on September 25

    Denver fans of Lykke Li's reverb-heavy, melancholic dream-pop will get a treat this week when the Swedish pop songstress returns to the Ogden Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 25—her first appearance in the Mile High in nearly three years. A two-time Swedish Grammy Award winner, Li's last headlining show...
  • Wu Tang Clan closes Denver Riot Fest with soggy set

    Wu Tang Clan closes Denver Riot Fest with soggy set

    If you’re a hip-hop head, when you see Wu Tang Clan’s name on the bill, you purchase your ticket right away. That seemed to be true of the Denver leg of Riot Fest, as demonstrated by the large crowd surrounding the Byers Country Feed Stage for one of the concluding performances of the three-day...
  • Sublime with Rome misted the crowd with blissful nostalgia at Riot Fest Denver.

    Sublime with Rome shined through the rain at Riot Fest Denver

    At Riot Fest, fans of Sublime, or should we say, the ghost of Sublime, were given quite a treat. Rome, the newest lead singer, has the reminiscent quality down, and evokes fond nostalgia of the fallen Bradley in all of us. He does, however, have his own style that makes him have an appeal that...
  • Dilated Peoples and Souls of Mischief dominate intimate Denver crowd

    Dilated Peoples and Souls of Mischief dominate intimate Denver crowd

    Being a hip-hop fan is becoming increasingly more difficult, both with what's being offered on a mainstream level, and overblown egos. But thanks to some of hip-hop's greats, loving the genre is not futile. Saturday night in Denver at The Rootdown Festival, a mixed line-up show reminded heads why...
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