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One Week, 185 Avalanches: How to Stay Safe in Colorado's High Country

Westword Denver

Today's storms could make a dangerous situation worse.

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Denver Sidewalk Shoveling Fines and Inspections: What You Need to Know

Westword Denver

The fine for a first offense is $150.

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Innocent Bystander Struck During Miami-Dade Police Shootout in Liberty City

Miami New Times

When an officer returned fire, a bullet struck a female bystander.

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Carnival Has More Sexual Assault Reports Than Any Other Cruise Line, Statistics Show

Miami New Times

Since 2016, Carnival has consistently reported the most incidents.

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Councilman Hinds Calls for More Public Input in Sheriff Search

Westword Denver

Councilman Chris Hinds wants to ensure that his constituents have a say in picking Denver's next sheriff.

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Deshaun Watson Wins AFC Offensive Player of the Week For Win Over Patriots

Houston Press

Heading into the Texans' Week 11 game in Baltimore against the Ravens, Deshaun Watson was firmly embedded in the MVP race as the No. 3  guy, odds of around 6/1, with Lamar Jackson and Seahawks QB Russell Wilson. The Texans' 41-7 loss to the Ravens sent Watson's MVP candidacy reeling,...

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Texas Horse Park Operator Is Refusing to Pay Out Settlement to Injured Grandmother

Dallas Observer

River Ranch Educational Charities, the scandal-plagued operator of the city-owned horse park in southern Dallas, is refusing to pay out a $25,000 settlement to a woman who was thrown off one of its horses in 2017. The woman, Rhonda Allen, was there on a staff-supervised ride with her daughter and...

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Rangers Nod to the Past With New Park Dimensions, Uniforms

Dallas Observer

In the midst of the Cowboys' ongoing circus, Luka Doncic's sublime start to the 2019-20 NBA season and the Stars' red-hot winter, the out-of-season Texas Rangers managed to steal Dallas' sports show for a couple of hours Wednesday afternoon, giving North Texas baseball fans their best look yet at what's coming...

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City Hall Exhibit Aims to Educate About Dallas’ Segregated Past and Present

Dallas Observer

Racially-based redlining practices divided Dallas and cities across the country for decades in ways that still impact neighborhoods today. An exhibit about the history of this practice and its effects, as well as what to do about it, will be on display in Dallas City Hall's main lobby until December 31.

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How Should the NBA Respond to Their Blown Call in the Rockets Game?

Houston Press

On Tuesday night in San Antonio, officials during the Rockets-Spurs game blew a call. This is nothing new. It happens frequently, far too frequently some might argue. However, in most cases it's a missed foul or a ball that goes out of bounds off the other team. This was different...

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Maroon 5, Ice Cube and Every New Denver Concert Announcement

Westword Denver

Maroon 5, Ice Cube and Chicago all announced Denver concerts.

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Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett Are Coming to Denver

Westword Denver

Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts will bring the Stadium Tour to Denver.

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Wolf Van Elfmand Bridges "Twinkle Twinkle" and the Talking Heads

Westword Denver

Denver singer-songwriter Wolf Van Elfmand discusses his latest release, a kid-friendly album called Music for Minors (Ages 3 to 300).

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The Monkees' Micky Dolenz on Playing the Beatles' White Album

Westword Denver

The Monkees' Micky Dolenz remembers the Beatles.

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Denver's DIY Scene Has Resurfaced Three Years After the Ghost Ship Fire

Westword Denver

Three years after the Ghost Ship fire, Denver's DIY scene has resurfaced.

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Want to Study EDM Production? CU Denver Has You Covered

Westword Denver

Students can study the Electronic Digital Instrument behind EDM production.

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The Denver Bootleg: Bonnie and the Clydes

Westword Denver

If you're ever stuck in a steam room with a creepy man, try singing.

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Alex Cameron Plays Himself

Westword Denver

Alex Cameron's telling it all.

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Colorado Symphony Brings Magic to the Flaming Lips' The Soft Bulletin

Westword Denver

The Soft Bulletin Recorded Live at Red Rocks With the Colorado Symphony brings new life to the Flaming Lips' 1999 classic.

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Why Wendy Kale Deserves Her Spot in the Colorado Music Hall of Fame

Westword Denver

The Colorado Daily music journalist Wendy Kale covered Boulder's club scene for nearly three decades.

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The Best Greek Restaurants in Greater Phoenix

Phoenix New Times

Greek salads to spanakopita, and all your other Mediterranean favorites.

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Colt & Gray Will Close After a Decade on Platte Street

Westword Denver

A pioneer in the gastropub and nose-to-tail movements will shutter on December 21.

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Raise a Glass to Repeal Day!

Westword Denver

Prohibition ended on December 5, 1933.

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Stirring the Pot: No More Franken-dishes This Holiday Season

Westword Denver

Some foods do not go together!

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Beer Calendar: Ring in Holidays at Falling Rock, Upslope, TRVE and Burns

Westword Denver

Denver's best craft beer tappings, tastings and festivals through December 20.

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10 Best Cookies in Greater Phoenix

Phoenix New Times

There's nothing cookie-cutter about these cookies.

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Happy Hour Is Hard to Miss at Cap Hill's Park Tavern

Westword Denver

An old Capitol Hill favorite still does two-for-one drink tokens after twenty years of happy hours.

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Navigating the Mexican Restaurants on Navigation: Taquería Chabelita

Houston Press

This is the third in a series of visits to the six-cluster of Mexican restaurants on Navigation, a group of eateries that exemplifies Houston’s indigenous culinary history. Taquería Chabelita is one of the six Mexican restaurants clustered on Navigation, and because of its Veracruz influence, it points to the cosmopolitan...

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Magnolia Cajun Dining Opens on South Broadway

Westword Denver

A Louisiana chef is behind the latest new restaurant on South Broadway.

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Fourteen Colorado-Made Food and Drink Gift Ideas

Westword Denver

What to get for that food and booze lover this holiday season.

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Five Things to Do for Free In and Around Denver This Weekend

Westword Denver

Fun for kids and adults alike!

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Balneario Gallery Will Open in the Station 16 Space

Westword Denver

A Mexico-based gallery will open its first outpost at the Source.

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House of Pod Honored the Best Colorado Podcasters at the Hoppys

Westword Denver

House of Pod throws its first annual awards-party for the best in the Colorado podcasting community.

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Robischon Unwraps Four Shows, Including a Richard Serra Solo

Westword Denver

The gallery is a must-see this holiday season.

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Migrating to Prison Looks at the Criminalization of Immigrants

Westword Denver

César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández, a DU law professor, wrote a book all about immigrant detention in America.

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Jonny Barber Passes the Colfax Museum Collection Plate

Westword Denver

He's started a GoFundMe campaign to restore his dream to solvency.

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Third Time's a Charm: Knew Conscious Rebuilds Again

Westword Denver

The psychedelic-art gallery and after-hours members-only club gets a new home.

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Benchmark's Parfumerie Has the Sweet Smell of Success

Westword Denver

This is a different kind of Christmas play.

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Book It: The Five Best Literary Events This Week

Westword Denver

Your five best bets for the literary week in Denver – and some damn fine gift ideas to boot.

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The 20 Best Things to Do in Dallas This Week, Dec. 3 – 8

Dallas Observer

Tuesday, December 3 Ernie Kovacs Retrospective Dallas VideoFest annually presents The Ernie Kovacs Award to television’s comedy visionaries. In doing so, the organization normally presents a smattering of clips featuring the man who inspired so many laughs, as well as the talent honored — this year’s recipient is John Cleese...

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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?!

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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

Dallas Observer

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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