"Do you have anything that goes well with Beethoven?" The clerk at the Denver Wellness Center looks at me strangely, before motioning me over to a display case full of various THC-infused candies and baked goods. "Well," he says. "We got weed cookies, gummies, lollipops, chocolate...I think any ... More >>
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DeVotchKa's European influence is abundant throughout all of their music, but one thing stands out with their recent album, 100 Lovers: Romance. Not the kind of romance that initially comes to mind; I'm not talking roses and rainbows, puppies and poppy-seed muffins. The type of romance that em ... More >>
by Michal DanielYoung love, rustic-style: Sam Bardwell and Alayne Hopkins in "Mary's Wedding"The 2010 Ivey Awards went down last night at the State Theatre. The show was a well-oiled machine from its inception six years ago, and Monday night's presentation did not stray from the blueprint: award ... More >>
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Looking for an independent station on the FM dial where passionate DJs pick all their own songs? Guess what: It's been around for 82 years.
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Longtime KFAI host and pioneering electronic musician Richard Paske finds a new key in solo jazz piano
Three different theatrical productions pose the same question: Does familiarity breed contempt?
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Plymouth Music Series' Phillip Brunelle
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