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#HoustonSports: Astros Star Players Land on Injured List

Houston Press

It wasn't bad enough that the Astros had lost four straight and their starting pitching was behaving like it needed to be home early given the lack of innings they are putting up, but the team announced Wednesday that five players including Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, Yordan Alvarez, Martin Maldonado...

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Maricopa County Starts Closing Controversial Homeless Camps on Parking Lots

Phoenix New Times

Maricopa County officials say that the lots will be emptied by the end of June.

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Denver Slams Douglas County for Opting Out of COVID Safety Rules

Westword Denver

Right now, Douglas County remains at Level Red.

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Why a Metro Denver Home's List Price Is Only a Starting Point Now

Westword Denver

Most Denver homes sold in March went for over list.

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Residents Say Bacardí Housing Development Could Threaten Miami's Endangered Bats

Miami New Times

Residents near the Calusa Country Club say they have evidence of an endangered bat on the site.

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Apes With Afros? Loveland Politico on Controversial Photo, Recall Bid

Westword Denver

The photo features white people in afro wigs.

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E11even Says It Will Be the First Major Nightclub to Accept Bitcoin

Miami New Times

Soon, when customers pay for tables and drinks, they'll have the option of using digital currency.

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Thinking Big With Ken Wilber: A Brief History of Almost Everything

Westword Denver

The philosopher calls Colorado home.

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A.J. Hinch Deserved a Hero's Welcome at Minute Maid

Houston Press

Cheating sucks. There, we said it. In fact, we've said it plenty of times before in this space. What the Astros did back in 2017 on their way to the first World Series win in Houston history was an embarrassment. Period. Full stop. But, when A.J. Hinch returned to Minute...

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With COVID-19 Still Spreading Behind Bars, Dallas County Jails in the Hot Seat

Dallas Observer

A legal case over coronavirus conditions in jails began more than a year ago, but Sheriff Marian Brown was not deposed until March 31 this year.

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Remembering Music Photographer Soren McCarty

Westword Denver

Denver's music scene mourns the loss of a longtime photographer and friend.

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Pure Gold: LVDY Makes Its Mark as a Lyrical Powerhouse

Westword Denver

LVDY makes its mark as a lyrical powerhouse.

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Autonomix Carries on After Its Guitarist Died in a Fatal Shooting

Westword Denver

The Denver band carries on after its guitarist died in a fatal shooting.

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Meet Fair Elle — the Other Side of Ivory Circle's Connie Hong

Westword Denver

The Denver singer just dropped her first solo album, I'm Sorry You Feel That Way.

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The Best Concerts in Denver This Week

Westword Denver

Saint Nomad, Float Like a Buffalo and the Andrew Vogt Quartet play Denver this week.

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How Dayton Stone's Failed Exorcism Shaped His Music

Westword Denver

The head of the Denver band Dayton Stone and the Undertones has some wild stories to tell.

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Op-Ed: In Our House, There Is Only House Music

Westword Denver

If those who understand house music do not rise to defend it, the magic and power of the genre could be lost forever.

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Commentary: Spring Has Arrived. Let’s Keep Live Music Alive!

Westword Denver

Want to keep live music alive?

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Lost City Launches Live Music, Coffee and Cocktails Social Club

Westword Denver

For one price, patrons can have access to coffees, cocktails and concerts all summer long.

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Miami's Nightclubs and Bars Rejoice as Midnight Curfew Ends

Miami New Times

In a city notorious for clubs that don't fill up before 1 a.m., venues have struggled to keep the doors open.

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Beer Calendar: Live Large with Big Gay IPA and Big Bad Baptist

Westword Denver

Our weekly roundup of happenings and releases at Denver's craft breweries.

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Zaidy's Will Reopen in East Denver Under New Ownership

Westword Denver

A new owner is relocating the classic Jewish deli just two miles from its Cherry Creek home.

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This Food Truck Is Bringing Nebraskan Cheese Frenchees Back to Colorado

Westword Denver

A deep-fried favorite in Nebraska, this corn-flake crusted sandwich is a rarity on the Front Range.

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Comal Graduate Olivia Marcano Adds Venezuelan Soups Every Friday

Westword Denver

These hearty soups bolster Comal's Mexican menu each Friday.

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Clash of the Titans: How Great Divide Updated Its Classic IPA

Westword Denver

Even the titans toppled, but this one's trying to stay on top.

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South Florida's Ten Best Breweries That Serve Food

Westword Denver

A number of full-service breweries are offering a broad menu of eats along with their craft suds.

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Miami's Ten Best Breweries That Serve Food

Miami New Times

A number of full-service breweries are offering a broad menu of eats along with their craft suds.

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CoraFaye's Reopens in a Visible New East Colfax Location

Westword Denver

Priscilla Smith moved her restaurant to a new location on East Colfax Avenue during the pandemic.

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Fire Destroyed a Georgetown Eatery, but the Owner Bounces Back

Westword Denver

Nick Quintana lost his Georgetown eatery but kept fighting with a food truck and a new restaurant.

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Are Colorado's Breweries Stronger Now Than Before the Pandemic?

Westword Denver

Breweries have remained strong and resilient, but is the worst over?

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Film on the Rocks Brings Drive-In and Amphitheater Screenings to Red Rocks

Westword Denver

Denver Film has announced both drive-in and amphitheater screenings at Red Rocks.

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The 15 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

Miami New Times

III Joints, Tropical Flea, Star Wars, and more can't-miss events this week.

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April Axé Charmaine on Self-Discovery and Queens Girl in the World

Westword Denver

The play opens April 16 at the Aurora Fox Arts Center.

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Queer Fiber Artist Katy Batsel Creates Safe Spaces, One Stitch at a Time

Westword Denver

Katy Batsel is a dreamer, wielding needle and thread to imagine a better world for herself and her queer community.

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Under the Sun: Passing the Time By Firing Back at Jehovah’s Witnesses — With Letters

Phoenix New Times

Everyone had a COVID hobby, and Kayleigh's was responding to letters she received from Phoenix Jehovah's Witnesses.

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New Book Recalls Trinidad's Legacy as a Hub of Gender-Confirmation Surgery

Westword Denver

Martin J. Smith's Going to Trinidad chronicles the history of the former gender-confirmation surgery capital of the world.

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Women+Film Forges Real Community Over Virtual Screenings

Westword Denver

The annual festival is back for its second online edition, with documentaries and lighthearted narratives too.

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Twelve Things to Do for Free in Denver This Week

Westword Denver

Online and in-tune with Colorado.

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Austin Zucchini-Fowler's Healthcare Hero Mural Auctioned as an NFT

Westword Denver

Austin Zucchini-Fowler's mural at East Colfax Avenue and Williams Street is being auctioned off as an NFT.

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Celebrating the Hidden History of Judaism in the Southwest

Westword Denver

Enjoy a concert and conversation about the hidden Jewish traditions of the Southwest.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Pick: Two Hip Indie Classics Showcased in Jarmusch Festival

Westword Denver

As L.A. gears up for Jim Jarmusch’s zom-com this June, the American Cinematheque has prepared a double feature consisting of two of the director’s earliest films, co-presented by Beyond Fest.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: El Chicano's Latino Superhero Saga

Westword Denver

El Chicano is being billed as the first Latino superhero film. Co-written by Joe Carnahan (Narc) and co-written and directed by Ben Hernandez Bray (a veteran stuntman who plays one of the guys who gets eaten by wolves in Carnahan's The Grey), the film boasts an all-Hispanic cast and a low-fi look right out of the 1990s.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: Heathers Is 30 Years Old?!

Westword Denver

Heathers, the wickedly funny 1989 cult classic about a teenager (Winona Ryder) who gets involved with a popular girl clique and starts dating a cool nihilist (Christian Slater), gets a special 30th-anniversary screening.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: A Tribute to Claire Denis

Westword Denver

Claire Denis, vanguard of the contemporary French cinema, will be in town this weekend for a retrospective organized by the American Cinematheque. The series begins on the day her newest film, High Life, opens on U.S. screens.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: Dogman, Mary Magdalene and Emily Dickinson Unbound

Westword Denver

Matteo Garrone, the Italian filmmaker who helmed the internationally acclaimed Gomorrah and Reality (as well as the less acclaimed but equally interesting Tale of Tales), returns with Dogman.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: Breakthrough Targets Faith-Based Demographic

Westword Denver

The story of a teen who falls through the ice and lands in a coma while his parents find hope in the power of prayer is based on The Impossible, a lightly fictionalized account of an incident.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: A Fresh Take on Hellboy

Westword Denver

A solid decade has passed since we last saw the hulking red hero in a movie — long enough for the franchise to have faded, if not quite vanished, from cultural memory.

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: After Takes a Cue From Harry Styles

Westword Denver

After is the latest film based on a "best-selling worldwide phenomenon," in this case a new-adult genre novel by Anna Todd about a good girl who goes to college and falls head over heels for the class rebel

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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: Father-Daughter Drama Humanizes High Life

Westword Denver

High Life is a science fiction film with a strange pedigree. Claire Denis, a key architect of modern French cinema, had been kicking around the idea for more than a decade.

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Danish Thriller The Guilty Dazzles Without Ever Leaving a Call Center

Miami New Times

Pretty much the whole film consists of phone exchanges between Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren), a police officer who has been temporarily demoted to working the phones, and others out in the field as he struggles to save a woman who is being abducted by her ex-husband

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