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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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Brain Pickin’: John Fellows

I have always admired the work of John Fellows, his folk-esque, lino-cut illustrations with a street-art flair are masterful, meticulous and undeniably recognizable. Actually, the first piece of art that I ever...
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Aural Pleasure: Lukos (& Yoga) @ DAM

Tonight, April 30, Gabe Ratliff AKA Lukos will soundtrack a yoga class at The Denver Art Museum. Satori-C will be on hand to tag team. Given that “satori” is a Japanese Buddhist term for “enlightenment”, it seems fitting. And marrying an ancient discipline like yoga with a modern musical genre like electronica seems appropriate for such a cutting-edge art museum.
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Fashion Fridays – Black and White

Last Saturday, while visiting Denver for a few days, I had the privilege of attending the monthly 303 Magazine issue release party - something I rarely get to do since I write from Los Angeles. Held at the Artw...
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Shed Your Skin…And Your Clothes

Picture the scene: a lighting grip on a ladder setting up huge studio lights on five-foot tall stands; makeup artists painting models' faces; assistants running around with designer wardrobe in hand; art direct...
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Pabst Art Show Denver

Turns out PBR can be classy and cultural. The PBR Art Show, hosted by Indyink and Illiterate Magazine, was an opportunity for local artists and writers to pay homage to the only beer they can afford. The show w...
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David B. Smith Visual Stimulation

Last Friday I decided to start my night off with some visual stimulation at the David B. Smith Gallery art opening "Group Exhibition 1", a group show featuring the works of Ricky Allman, Emil Alzamora, Gregory...