Final Post: Thanks for the memories
Boulder-based group the Motet will help kick off Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom latest and greatest incarnation this weekend. Photo from MySpace.
If there’s a hub for the jam-band scene in Denver, it’s Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom (2637 Welton St.). Once the biggest link in a chain of Cervantes-themed venues, the ballroom and its neighbor, the former Quixote’s True [...]
School of Rock’s Kidstock is both a history lesson for the students lesson and a live concert of its greatest hits.
The Paul Green School of Rock, one of Denver’s finest purveyors of kiddie rock instruction, is coming at us with another worthy event this weekend. Adding their own twist to the recent spate of Woodstock [...]
Think you have what it takes to rock? You do! Photos by Alicya Tebo.
If you haven’t seen the 2007 documentary Girls Rock!, do yourself a favor and check it out. It tells the tale of a rock ‘n’ roll camp for girls aged 8-18, where it’s OK for them to “sweat like a pig, scream [...]
The stately Oriental Theater in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.
Here’s a scary question: What student would want to go without art? How do we choose who deserves it and who doesn’t?
That’s the question kids are facing at Edison Elementary, a school in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood that’s been forced to cut their visual arts [...]