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Dave Mason is feelin’ … pretty good

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There aren’t many artists of Dave Mason’s vintage who can escape being defined by their past, and for most them — rockers who came...

Taxidermist explains how he preserved Lady Gaga’s meat dress for the...

LOS ANGELES — Fortunately, requests to preserve clothing made out of raw meat are rare, Sergio Vigilato admits...

STFKR’s Josh Hodges muses on identity

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Josh Hodges, architect of indie upstart band STRFKR, isn’t a nobody. So it should come as a surprise to hear he aspires to be...

Talk about passion

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"Humor is a very personal thing,” Morrissey said. “But I’m thankful that the people who consider me to be depressing are always in themselves very dull, whereas those who understand my humor are always very bright people...

The fall

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Adam and Eve may have been duped into eating the forbidden fruit, but Chris Robinson walked right up to the tree of good and...

Chief Niwot’s Curse

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On the longest night of the year, we sit cross-legged in a circle and watch unfamiliar faces across from us flicker in candlelight. We...

‘Newsies’ reminds us that change is possible

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"Just because we only make pennies don’t give anyone the right to up and rub our noses in it,” says a frustrated newsboy in...

The children of Marx and Coca-Cola

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It was the 1960s, and revolution was in the air. For French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, cinema was the way to express ideas artistic, political...

Dear Whole Foods Daddy

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We all have questions and need advice, but sometimes the pseudo therapy in the Instagram stories of astrology girls doesn’t cut it. Or maybe...

Making sense of Boulder fashion

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Boulder tends to attract superlatives. It’s been named the foodiest town in America by Bon Appetit. It’s routinely among the fittest, the smartest, most likely to succeed, best smile, greatest ever. But nobody’s ever complimented the City of Brown Woolen Sweaters on ...

Never for money, always for love

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By its second anniversary, back in 1994, the Mountain Sun Pub and Brewery already needed a bigger space for its birthday bash — the...

Burning houses, debauchery and acid

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It approaches the realm of impossibility to describe the sound that emanates from the band The Growlers. The amalgamation of genres sounds as though it shouldn’t exist: a combination of mellow reverb-filled surf rock, garage band guitar, country-folk and gypsy ...