Ever wondered what a dancing and singing housewife-meets-hoarder looks like?
Lyrics aren’t necessary for this Los Angeles-bred electronic-rock duo; their doubleneck bass and drums are expressive enough. Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty have released five full-length albums, and their songs have been featured in television shows and films. Brooklyn-based “electronic music pioneer” Eliot Lipp will open. Fri 9 p.m.
This Southern-punk foursome focuses on “owning and embracing your weirdness” in their third album, Essential Tremors. Don't think you can just standby and watch their shows as they often prompt the crowd to scream out the lyrics just as loudly as they do. Mon 9 p.m.
Try 40 bites for 40 bucks. Taste a variety of cuisine, with participating restaurants ranging from LoHi's Lola to South Broadway's Punch Bowl Social. Share Our Strength aims to end childhood hunger in Colorado—all you have to do is dine. Bonus: Don’t miss craft cocktails from Williams & Graham. Sun 5 p.m.
This 10-day-long culinary celebration features restaurants spanning across two neighboring world class mountain resorts: Vail and Beaver Creek. Escalate your dining experienc (literally) with stunning views and savory eats. We have our eyes on the the three-course chef's menu at Vail Village's Sweet Basil. Fri-Sun, times vary.
In the heart of LoHi, choose any six samples of whiskey (Central Bistro and Bar serves more than 140 kinds) with the help of Crown Royal's expert on the topic: Robert Sickler. A multicourse menu will complement popular spirits like Bulleit Bouron and George Dickle Tennessee Whiskey. Bonus: A buzzing patio overlooks downtown—don't miss the sunset.
We all wonder where our money goes, but few of us truly understand where it comes from. This documentary, narrated by actor Liev Schreiber, seeks to remove the veil from the Federal Reserve—the bank that dictates the fate of the global economy.
Spiky hair, demons, and energy-infused swords—like any good anime, Blue Exorcist has an abundance of all threee. The English-dubbed big-screen adaptation of the Japanese favorite follows Rin, the son of Satan and, interestingly, an exorcist, in his quest to get revenge against his father. Thu 7:00 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
How to you rebuild from tragedy? That's the question architects, politicians, and survivors (among others) have been wrestling with in the aftermath of 9/11. This documentary chronicles the emotional struggle over what to do with Ground Zero. Michael Jenson, associate professor at CU Denver's College of Architecture, will host a post-screening Q&A. Fri 4:30 p.m.
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