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  • Bad Religion in Denver
    Bad Religion looks back at Denver show
    Call it the aging rock star's dilemma: When a band makes popular songs, the fans want to hear them when they go to the band's concerts. Which is great for a while. But what's the band to do a few years later, after they've released...
  • The Gaslight Anthem in Denver
    The Gaslight Anthem changes it up in Denver
    For most of his career, people have been comparing The Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon to Bruce Springsteen. During Tuesday's show at Denver's Ogden Theatre, Fallon rolled in some of his other influences: Pink Floyd and Glenn Danzig...
  • Springtime at the theater: Four upcoming shows you don't want to miss
    Springtime at the theater: Four upcoming shows you don't want to miss
    Springtime in Denver means that all the local theater companies are bringing out some of their most enticing and thrilling new works. It’s a great time for theater, as patrons are more ready to venture out thanks to the warmer weather. Lucky...
  • Light of strength
    Denver March Powwow, spring fling of irony in tradition that never has died.
    Currently, the kick off event for each year in ourpowwow season is in Denver, Colorado. Since this is the major event for the many cultural events that will occur throughout the year... I am blessed to be alive for another season.In many instances...
  • 10 Denver sister cities to visit this year
    10 Denver sister cities to visit this year
    Denver, Colorado, has been building sister city relationships with communities around the globe since 1948. From nearby Mexico to faraway Japan, Denver has ten sisters and counting.In 2015, Denver Sister Cities International is planning trips to...
  • Denver Botanic Gardens most visited in North America; top 10 for tourism
    Denver Botanic Gardens most visited in North America; top 10 for tourism
    Last year, more people visited Denver Botanic Gardens than any other public gardens in North America, the company announced today.With two distinct locations—in the city at 1007 York St. and in the country at Chatfield along the banks of...
  • Littleton, Colorado: The Alamo Drafthouse Cartoon Cereal Party's cereal bar.
    Alamo Drafthouse’s Cartoon Cereal Party is a must see event
    Think back to all of those fun Saturdays of childhood. In pajamas, in front of the television and a bowl of your favorite cereal, was the perfect celebration of making it through another week of school. It truly didn’t matter what cartoons...
  • Keeping pests out of your veggies
    Keeping Your Garden Animal Free Naturally
    All of us who garden have suffered animals eating or damaging the vegetables we’ve been working so hard to cultivate, whether it be wildlife or domesticated animals causing the problems. Here’s a few solutions to help keep the veggies...
  • Denver police
    Independent report: Denver police shut off body cameras during use of force
    The Denver Police Department is undergoing more scrutiny after reports came out on Tuesday that they turned off their body cameras while on duty. The cameras were part of a program to try to hold police accountable following the epidemic of police...
  • AIC
    Alice In Chains announces summer tour; playing Denver July 28
    Seattle legends Alice In Chains have just announced a 20 date summer tour which will see the band playing smaller venues across the country, including the Ogden Theater in Denver on Tuesday, July 28.The grunge/metal band was reborn in 2006 when...
  • 2015 Subaru Impreza hits a Denver pothole
    Brand new 2015 Subaru Impreza gets pummeled by Denver pothole
    It’s pothole season in Denver and many cars are being heavily damaged by the extreme dips in the road. CBS in Denver did a story on a new car owner who hit one of these potholes and wasn’t too happy his one week-old 2015 Subaru Impreza...
  • DPL, Civic Center Cultural Complex view
    Libraries don't just need those experiencing homelessness; they need everybody
    Last week, the Associated Press published a story that did well in surveying many libraries across the country which were finding ways to help people who are experiencing homelessness. However, some passages suggested that libraries need people...
  • Denver ‘Star Trek’ fans honor Leonard Nimoy at Spock Wake
    Denver ‘Star Trek’ fans honor Leonard Nimoy at Spock Wake
    "Star Trek" fans gathered at The Sidewinder Tavern for the Denver area Spock Wake last night Mar 4, 2015. They celebrated the life and influence of actor Leonard Nimoy who passed away at the age of 83 this past Feb 27, 2015. Best known...
  • Denver gets ready for Steampunk fun at this year’s AnomalyCon
    Denver gets ready for Steampunk fun at this year’s AnomalyCon
    Steampunk enthusiasts are getting ready for the annual weekend away from reality called AnomalyCon Mar 27-29, 2015. This year the event will be held at the Denver Tech Center Hyatt. Known as “Denver's best Alternate History, Science...
  • Bent's Old Fort
    The Great Adobe Castle of the Santa Fe Trail -- Bent's Old Fort
    Few roads in history have conjured up romantic images like the Santa Fe Trail. It lasted only 60 years, from 1821 to 1880, but for that short time it was America’s first international highway. And the most colorful.Across 900 miles of open...