It’s hard to come up with a better partner with whom to celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend than Cole Porter
“But I can’t really accept this award. And I’m very humble and I’m very grateful and gracious, but my artist of my life is Beyonce. This album you made, the ‘Lemonade’ album, is so monumental,” Adele said to her fellow singer at the Staples Center in Los Angeles when accepting the album of the year trophy. “The way you make me and my friends feel, the way you make my black friends feel is empowering. And they stand up for themselves. And I love you. I always have.”
If you’re unable to head out on the town on Feb. 14 this year, the folks at Launch Pad Brewery are offering up a slightly premature chance to celebrate with that special someone — and hops and cocoa — next Monday evening
It’s been about 379 days since Avourneen, one of Colorado’s premier Celtic music trios, last played Denver’s Swallow Hill Music Hall, but who’s counting? We’re not — we swear. And even if we were, we’re not totally sure we could keep track of that many days without some serious help from a TI-83, or something
Gaga wouldn’t reveal what songs she would sing, how many costumes she’ll wear or any staging details, but promised a “tremendously athletic” show and no reappearance of her infamous meat dress
“We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two,” said a statement signed “The Carters,” Jay Z’s real last name.
Producer Kevin McCollum said Thursday that John, the composer of Broadway hits “The Lion King” and “Aida,” will supply the music for a stage adaptation and playwright Paul Rudnick will write the story.
Now that the Denver Broncos are a distant memory and Tom Brady is on his way to yet another Super Bowl, there’s really no better way to lament the most recent football season in this very-football town than with several toasty brews at Denver’s Mile High Station