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Recently, Cherry Creek has fostered a reputation as the Denver neighborhood with all construction and no parking. It feels less like a community and more like a bargain basement sale for wrecking balls. Denver Public Library (DPL) Librarian Ginger... more

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It’s been 25 years since Built to Spill released their first album in 1993, and they’re back this year with their eighth studio release, Untethered Moon, and a new tour. They remain one of the most influential indie rock bands of the recent past and more

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Ty Segall is back in town again after just being here last fall. What is he promoting this time? Well, as I have mentioned previously, Segall releases albums as often as some people change their wardrobe. Or, more aptly, as frequently as... more

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In poetry circles, John Reinhart describes himself as an “arsonist.” Not in a casual aside at a gathering of poets or in a murmur that could be mistaken. No, this hit-the-brakes jolt is front and center, in boldface, right at the top of his website: more

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When my son and I took a wrong turn, via train, into North Philadelphia last summer, we had no idea that the culture shock of a sketchy neighborhood had anything to do with the Philly sound. “I used to go to Temple University and that’s where I... more

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When my son and I took a wrong turn, via train, into North Philadelphia last summer, we had no idea that the culture shock of a sketchy neighborhood had anything to do with the Philly sound. “I used to go to Temple University and that’s where I... more

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Joe Beine’s Sitting on Saturn is a 50-some page novella that introduces us to two “fairy children,” Teddie and Emerson. Teddie is the female of the pair and she likes sunrises, reading and has been friends with Emerson since they were children. more

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Her name is k.d. lang. There—I have stylized it in violation of Associated Press, my natural inclination and every tendency to capitalize a proper name. “I never got too bent out of shape if people didn’t do it,” the Canadian singer-songwriter... more

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This March 3 through 31 celebrate women in the arts during the sixth annual Athena Project Arts Festival. Experience a Weekend of Music at Swallow Hill, World Dance, Girls Create Celebration, Plays In Progress Series, panel discussions and workshops. more

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Anyone who ever feared that knitting, crochet and other needle crafts were dying arts should be cheered by the decade-long resurgence in their popularity that only continues to intensify and find new expression, including political. more

South Denver Lifestyle

There’s no doubt Denver is more and more on the map as attested by the seemingly endless stream of newcomers bent on making a go of it here. But what about when it comes to the city as a travel destination in of itself? In recent years, some might... more

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Founded in 1995 by Igor Yuzov and Oleg Bernov, two Russians living in L.A., Igor & the Red Elvises are a Russo-American band that bangs away performing funk, surf rock, rockabilly, reggae, folk rock, disco and traditional Russian styles of music. more

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The boards will soon come down at the building that used to house El Diablo and Sketch restaurants in Baker. Zocalo Community Development will develop the boarded-up First Avenue Hotel on Broadway into much needed affordable housing units with... more

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It’s odd that a Denver Art Museum (DAM) exhibition showcasing the perfectionism of French painter Edgar Degas 100 years after his death proves to be such a refreshing respite—a step forward in the portrayal of women—from modern media’s barrage of... more

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Steel Panther first burst on the scene during the early aughts under the name Metal Shop, then Metal Skool, before morphing into their current moniker. They gained popularity on the Sunset Strip and became famous for their comedy glam metal... more

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The Center for Visual Art (965 Santa Fe Dr.) is presenting, “Sangre Colorado,” a mid-career survey of Carlos Frésquez through March 24. The exhibition spans 40 years of the influential Chicano artist who has been shown nationally, internationally... more

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Goodwin Fine Art (1255 Delaware St.) is running a concurrent exhibit of Ashley Eliza Williams’ The Anthropocene Project and Blanca Guerra-Echeverria’s The Cyclical Glow from March 2 to April 14. Both CU-Boulder alumnus, the two artists and their... more

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Museo de las Americas presents Pachucos y Sirenas Feb. 8-May 26 as their opening exhibition of 2018. The exhibition is a combination of old- and new-school artists sharing an affection for the Pachuco legacy. The Pachuco era of the late... more

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There are good reasons why Mac Sabbath sends its manager—aptly named Mike Odd—to do the group’s press interviews. For one thing, the world’s only fast-food-obsessed, “drive-through metal” band has at least a quarter-pound of mystique to keep warm. more

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Jessica Lea Mayfield’s name may be new to you but she has quite a musical pedigree. Starting at the age of eight, she performed with her family bluegrass band, One Way Rider, touring on a bus that once belonged to Bill Monroe, Kitty Wells and... more

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