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Reader: Hard to Find Running Shorts to Fit Travis Kauffman's Brass Balls

Westword Denver

Readers have plenty to say about Colorado's own Chuck Norris.

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How To Market a Franchise Using Social Media

Vdigital Services

Social media has become an integral part of everyone’s lives. In fact, 86 percent of adults in the United States aged 18 to 29 are active on social media. That is a huge demographic, and if you are invested

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Second Mistrial Declared in Colorado State Patrol Trooper Death Case

Westword Denver

A second mistrial has been declared in a case involving a truck driver who hit and killed state trooper Cody Donahue in November 2016.

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Judge Invalidates Miami's Landmark Homeless-Protection Order From 1998

Miami New Times

One of the nation's landmark homeless-protection laws is now gone. Since May 2018, the City of Miami has been trying to invalidate a 1998 legal decision that prevented city cops from arresting homeless people for living their lives outside. The so-called Pottinger Agreement, named for homeless Miamian Michael Pottinger...

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Federal Court Frees Fort Collins Nipples, U.S. Supreme Court May Be Next

Westword Denver

A federal court ruling about a female toplessness ban could set the case on a course to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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King Soopers, Union Remain a Long Way Apart on New Labor Deal

Westword Denver

The two sides are negotiating wages, benefits, overtime and more.

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HISD Trustees Vote Against Taking a Break, the Superintendent Search Continues

Houston Press

Probably the only surprise in last night's Houston School Board vote on whether to suspend the search for a new superintendent — they didn't by the way — was that trustee Sue Deigaard abstained, saying she wasn't going to be part of the racial divide that has developed on the...

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Tom Tancredo Predicts Trump's Border Wall Will Hit a Barrier: The Courts

Westword Denver

The former congressman is just back from another fact-finding mission to the border.

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Ernie Bjorkman, Nine Other Channel 2 Vets Out Amid Station Sale Drama

Westword Denver

At least ten veteran employees of Channel 2 have been disappeared recently, and one longtimer thinks the moves are corrected to the station's sale.

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How a Phoenix Bank Robber Redeemed Himself by Becoming 'King Rat'

Phoenix New Times

In the federal prison where snitches where often targeted for death, a master criminal broke the convict code and turned his life around.

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Gloria Trevi Plays Denver in 2019

Westword Denver

Mexican superstar Gloria Trevi announced a new album Diosa de la Noche and a North American tour that his Denver in fall 2019.

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Queen City Country & Western Will Boost Denver's Country Scene

Westword Denver

Curtis Wallach is starting Queen City Country & Western, an artist-run country-music promotion collective.

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Mike Garson on Being David Bowie's Piano Man

Westword Denver

During the last show on the Ziggy Stardust tour at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1973, David Bowie threw pianist Mike Garson a curve ball.

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The 10 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

Phoenix New Times

How are you going to spend your weekend?

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The Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend

Westword Denver

Bob Seger, Colter Wall, Trippie Redd all play Denver this weekend.

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Anderson .Paak's Dazzling Tour Honors Mac Miller

Westword Denver

Here's what happened on the second night of Anderson .Paak's 2019 tour.

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DeVotchKa Celebrates Valentine's Day With a New Music Video

Westword Denver

DeVotchKa has released a music video for its song "Love Letters."

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2CELLOS Ruins Valentine's Day for Thousands of Denver Fans

Westword Denver

The cello-playing sex icons are stranded in their tour van and can't make it to town.

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Grammy Winner Wei Wu Is a CU Boulder Alumnus

Westword Denver

A dozen years before Wei Wu shared a Grammy win Sunday night as part of the cast of Mason Bates’s opera The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, the Beijing-born opera singer’s first experience in America was as an understudy with Central City Opera.

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12 Best Music Shows in L.A. This Week

Westword Denver

Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From Marc Almond at Sex Cells, to the comedy/musical stylings of Tokyo Kuntpunch, to an amazing rap-rock bill, here are the 12 best music shows in L.A. this week!

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Every Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This Week

Westword Denver

See what happened in Denver's restaurant scene this week.

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Ignite Rolls Out Late-Night Brunch for Ballpark Partiers

Westword Denver

Larimer Street will soon have a late night stop for brunch and mimosas.

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The Tank Brewing Co. Releases "Freedom Para Venezuela" Beer Cans

Miami New Times

Freedom Para Venezuela, a limited edition beer brewed by the Tank Brewing Company to support the Venezuelan people, will be officially released at a launch party at the brewery on Saturday.

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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Mega Mix Fest, the Citadel, and Perricone's

Miami New Times

This weekend, Perricone's serves its last dinner at its Brickell location, M.I.A. Beer celebrates four years, the Citadel officially opens to the public, and Estancia Culinaria hosts Sunday Supper with Knaus Berry Farm.

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Brunch at Max's Wine Dive Brings Champagne and Birthday Cake

Westword Denver

The combo of fried chicken and Champagne is just the beginning of the boozy pairings at this Governor's Park eatery.

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The Six Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Weekend

Westword Denver

Chill at a bar made out of ice, celebrate your singleness the day after Valentine's Day, and have brunch with the iciest hip hop stars of the '90s, all this week in Denver.

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Beer Calendar: Valentine's Day and New Brews at TRVE, Liberati and Diebolt

Westword Denver

Here are our picks for the best craft beer festivals, tappings, tastings and other happenings in the coming weeks.

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Lady Jane Bartender Qualifies for National Speed Rack Championship

Westword Denver

CC Chaput has only lived in Denver for a few months, but she's already one of the town's fastest bartenders.

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M.I.A. Beer Celebrates Four Years With Mega Mix Festival

Miami New Times

M.I.A. Beer Company has celebrated its birthday at home for the past three years, but 2019 is different. For its fourth year in operation, the brewery will be throwing a beer and music festival at Magic City Casino this Saturday, February 16.

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Cafe Review: Is Little Miss BBQ 2.0 as Good as the Original?

Phoenix New Times

Be prepared to wait in line at the new Sunnyslope location, too.

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TV Party: Watch Masked Singers, Awkward Tweens, Shady Lawyers and Air Jordans This Week

Phoenix New Times

From The Masked Singer to Pen15, there's some weird and wonderful stuff to watch this week on Fox and Hulu.

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Romero Theater Troupe Presents Why Teachers Strike

Westword Denver

The community-driven Romero Theater Troupe performs Why Teachers Strike.

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Amanda Wachob Blurs the Lines Between Tattoos and Fine Art

Westword Denver

The artist will be in residence at MCA Denver all week, giving tattoos.

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Dance to Be Free Brings Dance Workshops to Women's Prisons

Westword Denver

After going through a Dance to Be Free workshop in prison, a former-inmate is teaching a dance class in Boulder.

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The Best Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Weekend

Phoenix New Times

So ready for the weekend.

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Colorado Creatives: Jay Halsey

Westword Denver

Jay Halsey blossomed as a small-press author and independent photographer after arriving in Colorado twelve years ago.

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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

Dallas Observer

Friday Still basking in that post-Valentine’s Day glow? Keep your cynicism at bay just a little longer with the charming little musical that hails from the all-you-need-is-love era of the late-1960s and has remained a theatrical mainstay thanks to its enduring message and endearing optimism. Lyric Stage at The Majestic,...

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Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 and Under (Three Free)

Westword Denver

Busy yourselves this Valentine's Day weekend.

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Review: Jordan Wolfson's Magnificent Obsession at 808 Projects

Westword Denver

The artist lives in Longmont, but has shown internationally for 25 years.

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Every Garden Tells a Story: Landscapes Make Destination Crenshaw a Living Monument

Westword Denver

Studio MLA's end goal is to "transform the city and to make it more livable; to create places that really resonate with the community by collaborating with like-minded professionals." Whether it's about lighting, signage, art — "or trees, which," says principal Mia Lehrer, "do more than just look beautiful. They clean the air, they give us shade, they make a place."

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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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Beyond Roma: Here Are 4 Other New Netflix Films as Good as Anything in Theaters

Westword Denver

Hollywood now begrudgingly must honor a company committed to upending the business model of theatrical distribution, but it’s hard to gainsay Netflix’s strategy in this instance

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On the Basis of Sex Shrewdly Makes RBG Into a Feminist Jimmy Stewart

Houston Press

Leder’s film mostly devotes itself to the future Supreme Court justice’s first world-shaking sex discrimination case, 1972’s Moritz v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue: Ginsburg and her husband ... argued against a discriminatory statute before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

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Ten Movies to Look Forward to in Early 2019

Westword Denver

The January, February and March months of 2019 are already boasting a strong slate, with U.S. distribution of international festival favorites along with welcome returns of first-rate genre filmmakers like M. Night Shyamalan and Jordan Peele

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A Toast to 2018, the Year Movies Roared Back

Phoenix New Times

The movie experiences I treasure most from this year found me sharing moments and laughs and tears with strangers who, just before and after the house lights dimmed, I might have been arguing with on Twitter

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The Ten Best TV Shows of 2018

Westword Denver

It was a terrible year in so many ways, but onscreen, with shows including Sharp Objects, My Brilliant Friend, Better Call Saul, The Americans and Atlanta, it sparkled

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