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  • The Denver Center announces another world premier musical

    The Denver Center announces another world premier musical

    There have been several world premiers offered up by the Denver Center Theatre Company this year, and it has just announced that the final show of the 2014/2015 season will be yet another world premier show. In a season marked with tremendous success (including an unprecedented 28 nominations from...
  • Joey Bada$$ drops new video, announces global tour

    Joey Bada$$ drops new video, announces global tour

    Joey Bada$$ is on a roll. Last week he dropped the first single from his debut album, B4.DA.$$, and yesterday he dropped his new video for the single, “Big Dusty,” before releasing the full dates for his national and international tour, which kicks off in New Haven, Connecticut On Sept. 26. The...
  • Get to know a Denver band: The Dead End Drivers

    Get to know a Denver band: The Dead End Drivers

    Even though the members of The Dead End Drivers have day jobs and school to keep them occupied, this Littleton rock quartet has spent the last three years not only creating music but helping Beat Teams, a nationwide instrument donation program sponsored by Terra Rising Records. Also, the band’s...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Instant Empire

    Get to know a Denver band: Instant Empire

    This October, Denver sextet Instant Empire heads to San Francisco to record their very first full-length album with famed indie rock producer and musician, John Vanderslice. Brought together by the World Wide Web, these Mile High City transplants have been making music locally for four years while...
  • Denver music weekend picks Aug. 15-16: Chive Fest, PsychFest, and more

    Denver music weekend picks Aug. 15-16: Chive Fest, PsychFest, and more

    Live music is abundant once again in the Mile High, this weekend, including at least three different music festivals, as well as performances by terrific national and local bands around town. If you need some help deciding what venues to hit, you've come to the right place. Here are just a few...
  • Capital Cities release new music video and North American tour dates

    Capital Cities release new music video and North American tour dates

    Capital Cities recently finished opening for platinum selling pop star Katy Perry on part of her Prismatic World Tour. The indie pop duo have dropped some new visuals for their fans. The duo have released the music video for the track "I Sold My Bed, But Not My Stereo," which was directed by Ellis...
  • Best festivals in Denver during Labor Day weekend 2014

    Best festivals in Denver during Labor Day weekend 2014

    Labor Day honors the “social and economic achievements of American workers” (US Department of Labor) by giving laborers a well-deserved day off. So on the 132nd year of Labor Day festivities, get outside and celebrate your hard work at one of these four Denver area festivals over Labor Day weekend...
  • CSU re-signs Jim McElwain, Tom Hilbert, Ryun Williams to long-term deals

    CSU re-signs Jim McElwain, Tom Hilbert, Ryun Williams to long-term deals

    The Colorado State University athletics department may seem like a turbulent place currently, but not for the most prominent coaches. While Jack Graham was terminated Friday in a surprising announcement – likely meaning dreams of the on-campus stadium will vanish into thin air – it was announced...
  • Rod Stewart, Santana to rock Fiddler’s Green on August 12

    Rod Stewart, Santana to rock Fiddler’s Green on August 12

    Denver rock music fans have a lot to look forward to, as two iconic rock acts, Rod Stewart and Santana, will be hitting the stage of Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. Stewart and Santana, both of whom are Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, and both of whom have been...
  • Without Jack Graham, CSU on-campus stadium seems unlikely

    Without Jack Graham, CSU on-campus stadium seems unlikely

    Jack Graham was a visionary. Who other than Graham could have envisioned a state-of-the-art on-campus stadium in the heart of Fort Collins? While it wasn't said at the time, there's no doubt Graham “won” his job as the Athletic Director by pitching the stadium to Colorado State University President...
  • CSU Athletic Director Jack Graham surprisingly terminated

    CSU Athletic Director Jack Graham surprisingly terminated

    Colorado State University and its Athletic Director Jack Graham have parted ways. University President Tony Frank announced in a statement today that CSU has terminated Graham less than three years since the former Rams quarterback took over as AD. “I have elected to terminate Jack Graham's...
  • Food Network's Ina Garten comes to the Paramount Theatre in Denver

    Food Network's Ina Garten comes to the Paramount Theatre in Denver

    Fans of the Food Network will be very excited to see that one of the nations best-selling cookbook authors and television personalities, Ina Garten, will be appearing at the Paramount Theatre in Denver for one night only. Garten is best known for her Food Network television show “The Barefoot...
  • Dave Chappelle returns to Red Rocks

    Dave Chappelle returns to Red Rocks

    Comedian Dave Chappelle first shot to stardom in 1993 when he appeared in Mel Brooks’ hit comedy “Robin Hood: Men in Tights.” He then made appearances in several other films including “The Nutty Professor,” “Blue Streak,” and “Half Baked” before he eventually landed his own sketch comedy television...
  • Troy Tulowitzki wants change quickly with Colorado Rockies

    Troy Tulowitzki wants change quickly with Colorado Rockies

    Read into it what you will, but Troy Tulowitzki has made a stand. At first, it sounded bad if you're a Colorado Rockies fan. Tulowitzki, the best player to ever where Colorado's purple pinstripes, is fed up with the team losing according to the Denver Post. “I think that's why I came out numerous...
  • The Colorado Independent Women of Film Festival kicks off next weekend

    The Colorado Independent Women of Film Festival kicks off next weekend

    The Bug Theatre has long been the center of the truly local film scene in Denver. Since 2002, it has been the home for the Emerging Filmmakers Project, a monthly series that brings together short films from local filmmakers for a night of sharing film and networking. One exciting upcoming event that...
  • Telluride Blues & Brews brings Battle of the Bands to Denver

    Telluride Blues & Brews brings Battle of the Bands to Denver

    The 21st annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival won't hit Telluride until next month, but the festivities are already ramping up right here in Denver. On Saturday, August 9, the Park House on E. Colfax will host a special Battle of the Bands, the winner of which will be awarded a performance...
  • Get to know a Denver band: Sarah & The Meanies

    Get to know a Denver band: Sarah & The Meanies

    Since forming in 2012, Sarah & The Meanies have performed at Film on the Rocks, SXSW, and later this month, at Denver’s Higher Ground Music Festival. Last November, the quartet released the single “Down Deep Down,” a wonderful demonstration of each member’s talents and influences. Preferred to...
  • Three things we learned from Denver Broncos – Seattle Seahawks preseason game

    Three things we learned from Denver Broncos – Seattle Seahawks preseason game

    The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks met last night in a rematch from their Super Bowl XLVIII matchup seven months ago. Of course, this was just a preseason game, but there's no doubt both teams took it seriously. Especially the Broncos, who were “punked,” beaten physically and then had to bear...
  • The Denver Center for the Performing Arts heats things up this fall

    The Denver Center for the Performing Arts heats things up this fall

    The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is home to several stages and different companies. Most notably Denver Center Attractions, which brings huge national touring shows to the Denver audiences for limited runs, and the Denver Center Theater Company, which presents its own season full of...
  • Theater in Denver: Four shows to get excited about

    Theater in Denver: Four shows to get excited about

    There really is nothing like catching a live show. There is something magical about the intimate nature of live theater, something that brings communal energy together between an audience and the cast on stage. From small 60-seat houses to huge amphitheaters, every show lives and breathes on its own...
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