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Health Bent: Kombucha–Come Back!

Fridays are all about fashion and, now, fitness too here at 303. So let me begin with something, or lack thereof,  that has me a bit perturbed to say the least. For the better part of 2010 I've spent my days...
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Stage Door: South Pacific

It was a time when men were still chasing after dames and women were still flirting with the fellas, now Rodgers and Hammerstein's long-running hit revival that earned seven Tony Awards (in 2008) has finally fo...
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Stage Door: Henry Awards recap

Hosted by Buntport Theater Company's Brian Colonna and Erin Hollman, the fifth annual Henry Awards went off without a hitch last night at the Space Theatre. The sold out event was open to not only the heavy hit...
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Recommended Art-happenings

It's the weekend, summer is in full-swing and so is the art in Denver right now. There is so much to see right now that it can be pretty overwhelming, here are a few recommendations: 1. Moore in the Gardens: I...
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The Reel Deal: Total Eclipse of the Heart

According to The New Zealand Herald this past Sunday, a man was found dead at a Wellington theater after a 6 p.m. showing of The Twilight Saga's third chapter, Eclipse. Autopsy results have not been disclosed; ...
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Moving Pictures: Exit Through the Gift Shop

Spoiling the plot of this documentary would be a crime more severe than the supposed vandalism it depicts, but, rest assured, it's a reel doozie. The cast includes Shepard Fairy, most famous for the Obama stencil he's allegedly being sued over, Banksy (whose mysterious identity remains intact) and a number of other notable graf artists including Space Invader and LA-based newcomer Mr. Brainwash, who was recently commissioned to do a Warhol-like piece for one of the biggest pop artists on the planet.
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Road Trippin’: Electric Daisy Carnival

Rolling Stone is a rock among print publications. It's also one of the few that I actually subscribe to. Comprehensive music industry coverage and no-holds-barred political reporting is a recipe that regularly sates my IQ appetite. Imagine my surprise when the newest issue arrived--and I found myself inside it.