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Arrivals and Departures 2019-20

Dallas Observer

We're here, on New Year's Eve, not to praise 2019, but to bury it. It's been ... a year. The Cowboys failed in the most Cowboys of ways. Donald Trump came back to American Airlines Center, as president this time. We've got a new mayor, a new district attorney and...

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Flood Warning Extended For Harris County As Beta Shifts Toward Northeast Houston

Houston Press

In a Tuesday evening weather update, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said that while Tropical Depression Beta continues to move slowly out of our region, it will likely keep dropping rain on the Houston area for “about 12 more hours." After south and southwest Houston were battered by heavy rainfall Monday...

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Another Former Brophy Priest Has Been Accused of Sexual Abuse

Phoenix New Times

James A. Sinnerud, S.J. was named in a lawsuit today.

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COVID-19: Colorado May Be Among Top Ten States for Virus Transmission

Westword Denver

Governor Polis's press conference was the most somber in months.

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No Emergency Session for COVID, but Anti-Protest Bill Could Get Special Vote

Miami New Times

Democratic lawmakers pointed out that Florida Republicans previously refused to call a special session on COVID-19.

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This Week in COVID: No More Mask Mandate in Scottsdale as the U.S. Hits 200,000 Deaths

Phoenix New Times

UofA has had 2,030 new cases since July.

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Homelessness Crosses Borders: It's a Challenge for Metro Denver

Westword Denver

A state task force could improve communication and collaboration.

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Streets and Highways Flood Across Houston [UPDATED]

Houston Press

Tropical Storm Beta has been pouring down rain across the Houston area since Monday night, and its rain bands will continue to cause potentially heavy rainfall for at least the next 24 hours as Beta moves east at about 2 miles per hour. “They’re dropping water, sometimes 2 to 3...

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Boycotts, Firings, and Twitter Debates: The ASU Campus Speech Wars Rage On

Phoenix New Times

"In less than an hour, I was fired."

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Cory Gardner: Supreme Court Move an Exploding Grenade, Pundit Says

Westword Denver

Our expert says Gardner was in a lose-lose situation.

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Courtney Whitehead Thought He Was Sad; Turns Out It Was Lyme Disease

Westword Denver

Bison Bone's Courtney Whitehead thought he was sad. Turns out, it was Lyme disease.

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The Equinox Sessions Celebrates Black Artists in a Virtual Concert Series

Westword Denver

Kid Astronaut, Kayla Marque and Nina de Freitas will perform as part of the Equinox Sessions

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Tiesto, Fitz and the Tantrums, Billy Strings and Lotus Wrap Up Red Rocks 2020

Westword Denver

Tiesto, Fitz and the Tantrums, Billy Strings, and Lotus will play Red Rocks Amphitheatre's final 2020 week before the venue is shut down.

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The Best Concerts in Denver This Week

Westword Denver

Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Nathaniel Rateliff, Dotsero and more of the best shows in Denver this week.

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Reader: Rateliff at Red Rocks Was Like a Private Concert

Westword Denver

Nathaniel Rateliff started a five-night concert series at Red Rocks this week. While fans were excited to see the break-out Denver musician live, the audience in the almost 10,000-person venue was limited to 175 people per night, under strict social distancing rules. There are two more shows in the series,...

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2MX2 and Aja Black Are Riding High on Life on "Elevator"

Westword Denver

The Denver hip-hop band just dropped the music video for its new song, "Elevator."

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Yawpers Frontman Nate Cook Will Cycle 700 Miles for Charity

Westword Denver

Donations to his journey to Oklahoma will go to the Sweet Relief COVID-19 Fund to help musicians and out of work music industry workers.

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The Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend

Westword Denver

Hear live music this weekend.

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Clarinetist Ben Goldberg Records a Song a Day for Plague Diary

Westword Denver

The avant-garde clarinet player is in his musical laboratory, breaking old habits and creating new ways of playing.

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The Show Goes On at the Boulder Theater

Westword Denver

After months in the dark, the Boulder Theater's coming back to life for 100 fans at a time.

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Colorado's Caffeine Crawl Looks Different in Its Tenth Year

Westword Denver

This year's Caffeine Crawl is spread out geographically and socially.

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Great American Beer Festival Celebrations Are Here — Sort Of

Westword Denver

America's biggest brew fest won't be held live this year, but Denver still offers plenty of beer-drinking possibilities.

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Hops & Pie's Nightly Specials Beat Standard Happy Hours

Westword Denver

Beer and pizza make for a happy combo any time of day, but it's extra-special on Tennyson Street.

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Head to Pueblo This Weekend — or Create Your Own Green Chile Festival

Westword Denver

Here's how to put together your own green chile festival.

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Manzo Lobster & Oyster Bar Opens This Week in Uptown

Westword Denver

The Lobster Bliss food truck owner has a new restaurant.

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The Six Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week

Westword Denver

Harvest week, a butcher's Italian dinner, and plenty of other great food and drinks are on the calendar this week.

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Last Call Pushed Back to Midnight in Douglas, Arapahoe Counties

Westword Denver

Most counties will be keeping their 11 p.m. last call.

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Reader: Is There Any Comfort Food Better Than a Great Cheeseburger?

Westword Denver

On National Cheeseburger Day, we served up seven favorites.

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Fermented Food Producer Invites You to Join Fermentation Nation

Westword Denver

Fermented foods are gaining in popularity for health reasons — and because they taste great — according to Ozuke's owner.

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Every Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This Week

Westword Denver

Find out what's new in the Denver restaurant scene and what places called it quits.

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Big Screams Are Coming to the Mile High Horror Film Festival

Westword Denver

After a five year hiatus, the Denver-based horror festival is coming to a living room near you.

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Colorado Creatives: Angie Simmons

Westword Denver

As a founding director of Evolving Doors Dance for the past fifteen years, Angie Simmons knows something about evolution.

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Ten Things to Do for Free in Denver This Week, September 21 to September 27

Westword Denver

Fall is here, and with it a cornucopia of new events.

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Muralist Cheslea Lewinski's Crushing Accident Inspires Community Fundraiser

Westword Denver

The community is raising funds for her recovery.

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Ten Things to Do in Denver This Weekend, September 18 to 20

Westword Denver

Start with Crush Walls, then branch out.

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Bryan Goldfeder Repairs the World, One Shard of Glass at a Time

Westword Denver

This Rosh Hashanah, Jewish artist Bryan Goldfeder repairs the world, one shard of glass at a time.

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Art Attack: Fifteen Ways to See Art Live or Otherwise This Week

Westword Denver

Get out and see some art this weekend.

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Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s Sabrina & Corina Wins 2020 American Book Award

Westword Denver

Denver's home-grown voice continues a national winning streak with her short story collection Sabrina & Corina.

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Immersive Art Was Red-Hot in Denver...and Then Came COVID

Westword Denver

Social distancing makes participatory performances tough.

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Wild Thing: Laura Krantz Pivots From Bigfoot to Extraterrestrials

Westword Denver

Laura Krantz's celebrated podcast explores whether we are alone in the universe and the people who care.

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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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