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Briefs: OA Marching bands October 03, 2008

By Staff

Strike up the band with the 31st annual Colorado West Marching Band Festival. The festival offers two opportunities for the public to enjoy high school bands marching and performing while competing for awards. Bands will first participate in ...

Briefs: OA Road Trip October 03, 2008

By Staff

Sculptures depicting intellectual and political leaders of the past, including founding fathers George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, will be on display at the Denver Art Museum from Oct. 11 through Jan. 4. “Houdon from the ...

Briefs: OA Music Scene October 03, 2008

By Staff

Here’s a look at other music events in the area: •  Marshal Reign, Whiskey River, 490 28 1/4 Road, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4, and Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 9-11, 241-5179. •  The Agape Experiment’s ...

Briefs: OA KAFM fund drive October 03, 2008

By Staff

Don your freakiest costume and head to the Agape Experiment’s Fund Drive Dance Party, the KAFM electronica show, with the goal of raising $1,000. The party goes until the money is raised or sunrise — whichever comes first. The ...

Briefs: OA Top Ten Albums October 03, 2008

By Staff

1. Jackson Browne, “Time The Conqueror.” This is Browne’s first record of all new material since 2002’s “Naked Ride Home.” Like its predecessor, this excellent CD is a mix of classic Browne tunes as well as ...

OA: Rock Cesario Column October 03, 2008

By Rock Cesario

If you read this column frequently you already know how I feel about The Beatles. If not, I will try and sum it up without using too many clichés. The Beatles were the only band in the history of rock ’n’ roll to have a ...

Briefs: Popular band performs October 03, 2008

By Staff

Two decades ago you might have heard Clutch, but would you recognize them now? Clutch is metal, punk, Southern rock and classic rock, depending on the year and album. “Musically, we’ve become much more of a rock ’n’ ...


OA: ‘Seussical’ on stage at Mesa

By Staff

“Seussical: The Musical” is a who’s whosical of a musical at Mesa State College. The play opened Sept. 24 and continues Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26–27, and Oct. 1–5. Reserve tickets now. The box office expects ...

OA: Samantha Stiles Column September 26, 2008

By Staff

It’s been my opinion for quite some time that this city does little to attract and keep people my age here. I haven’t expressed this much, but I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about it, and before anyone decides to send me ...

Briefs: OA Music Road Trip September 26, 2008

By Staff

A benefit concert with the band Big Head Todd & the Monsters is taking place Saturday, Oct. 4, at Gothic Theater, 3263 S. Broadway, in Denver. Proceeds benefit cityWILD, a Denver nonprofit that works with at-risk youth. The evening ...

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