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Foxygen with Gabriella Cohen

Date:
Apr 04, 2017 8 p.m.
Cost:
$20.
Phone:
303-789-9206

These psychedelic indie rockers sent fans into a frenzy when they tweeted that their 2015 tour would be their last. Fortunately, the break was short-lived: The duo kicked off a new tour and released Hang, an album full of bouncy glam rock jams, this past January. Known for electric stage performances, the band brings its theatrical,…

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Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man

Date:
Nov 29, 2016 07:30 pm
Cost:
$11.
Phone:
720-381-0813

Celebrate the life of this generation's singer-songwriter laureate with an inspiring documentary. Cohen himself narrates the story of his career and divulges the secrets of his songwriting prowess and process, as well as the tribulations and criticisms he received as he rose to fame. Dropped throughout the narrative are 17 songs by artists Cohen inspired…

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A New Mental Health Center for Veterans Opens in Denver

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic provides affordable mental health treatment for post-9/11 veterans and their families, regardless of their military discharge status and ability to pay.

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The Rockies Lost the Pennant (Well, Sort Of)

The large pennant commemorating the Rockies' 2007 National League Championship is nowhere to be found on the new scoreboard at Coors Field. So, a curious reporter went looking for it.

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Pat Ament Is a Real Rock Star

Brooklyn label Grapefruit Record Club resurrects the “Songs” of climbing legend and Fruita resident Pat Ament.

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Alexa, Design Me a Home

How to make your house smarter—while keeping its good looks.

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Denver’s Top Lawyers 2018

Our list of the best attorneys—461 this year—in the Denver metro area. Plus: As the Mile High City rapidly evolves, we highlight a few areas of law pertinent to life in a growing city.

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2018 Is The Year Of (Little Man) Ice Cream

The beloved sweets purveyor is planning to open four new locations—from Sloan’s Lake to Fort Collins—within the next year.

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Loaded Question

We dreamed up the one question regional journalists would ask if (brutal) honesty really were the best policy.

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Coming Soon: Stella’s

The new restaurant and marketplace will open in the Triangle Building in January.

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Top Denver Design 2016

Take a look inside the 14 oh-so-beautiful winners of 5280 Home's first Top Denver Design contest.

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Ballad of a Small-Town Bakery

Moxie Bread Company pushes the boundaries of foodie-ism in Louisville with its handmade eats and a down-home feel.

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Mile High Music: May 2016 Edition

Ever feel overwhelmed with all the live music options in Denver? We're here to help. This month, we get in our first Red Rocks show and sit down with Nederland band Gipsy Moon.

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Stowaway’s Cashew Brownie is a Must

The coffee scene’s newest hot spot is home to Denver’s best brownie. (Psst, it’s gluten free.)

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Super Bowl Roundup: What’s Being Said?

Free Bronco castrations and a kid possibly fired for wearing his Broncos jersey? Just another day in the run-up to the year's biggest game.

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Top Docs: The List

Our annual, must-have guide to the best physicians—337 of them in more than 90 medical specialties—in the Mile High City.

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Top Doctors 2011: The List

Our annual, must-have guide to the best physicians—nearly 300 of them in more than 80 medical specialties—in the Mile High City.

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Top Doctors 2011: The List

Our annual, must-have guide to the best physicians—nearly 300 of them in more than 80 medical specialties—in the Mile High City.

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Sonic Youth

Today’s Denver music scene is about much more than jam bands and Top 40 ear candy. Meet five Front Range artists that are making noise locally—and beyond.

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On the Download: John McVey

The Boulder-based singer-songwriter's third release was worth the wait.

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Top Doctors 2009: Defining Health Care

This year, Denver's best physicians help you wade through what has become the issue du jour: health-care reform. PLUS: Our annual, must-have list of 283 docs in 83 categories.

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The Politics of Killing

Fifteen years after the Chuck E. Cheese massacre in Aurora, the shooter is still on death row. Nathan Dunlap's only hope that his life might be spared is Colorado Governor Bill Ritter.

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Top Doctors 2008

Health care is becoming more and more specialized. We take a look at the trend and what it means for you.

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Ballad for a Plain Man

Jeff Finlin might be one of the finest American troubadours since Bob Dylan. Just ask Bruce Springsteen or director Cameron Crowe. So why is he scraping by on the Front Range, playing gigs on a cracked guitar?

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