Six can't-miss festivals to catch this weekend in Colorado

🏳️‍🌈 Denver PrideFest, hosted by the Center on Colfax, will take over Civic Center Park on Saturday and Sunday for a colorful celebration featuring more than 250 exhibitors, food trucks, a rally at the State Capitol and more. 🍺 Head to Evergreen on Saturday for the Hops Drops Evergreen Music and Beer Festival, showcasing over a dozen bands, including the California Honeydrops, and some of the state's best breweries. 🎭 The third annual Denver Fringe Festival is back this weekend, offering more than 40 improv, magic, cabaret and comedy shows across 10 venues in the Rino Art District and Five Points.🌸 Celebrate Japanese heritage and culture with live entertainment, food and drink at the Cherry Blossom Festival, hosted by the Sakura Foundation and Tri-State/Denver Buddhist Temple, which is back for its 48th year at Sakura Square this Saturday and Sunday. 🌮 Bring your appetite to the Denver Taco Festival at the Stockyards Event Center this Saturday and Sunday, with dozens of street taco vendors, chihuahua races, live music and Lucha libre. 🦄 Magic is in the air this Saturday and Sunday at the Unicorn Festival in Littleton, including real-life unicorns, famous princesses, a castle obstacle course and more.
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How PatBO and Alessandra Ambrosio Brought Brazilian Flair to NYC

Patricia Bonaldi, the designer behind the dreamy resort wear label PatBO, has mastered the art of creating vacation-worthy frocks. So it was only natural that she transported guests to an enchanted tropical paradise for the brand’s dinner at Fasano’s, a New York City-based restaurant with roots in São Paulo, Brazil. The cause for the celebration: the launch of a new 16-piece capsule collection with Alessandra Ambrosio.
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Letter: Ban hellfire triggers

Thinking back a couple hundred mass shootings ago, you may remember the Las Vegas shooting, where one man was able to shoot over 400 people, killing 60. He used a “bump-stock,” which turned his weapons into fully-automatic killing machines. Even Donald Trump could see how bad these devices...
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Fringe Festival announces return after three-year hiatus

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Often seen as a staple of eclectic artistic expression, the Minnesota Fringe festival will once again return to Minneapolis this summer. The annual festival will host 595 live performances in 11 days in as many locations around the city from Aug. 4-14. The "artistic disruptor for...

Viewers Reckon They've Spotted The Queen In Crowd At Glastonbury

Glastonbury Festival is back after three years away and people reckon none other than the Queen has popped down to Worthy Farm. See for yourself here:. More than 200,000 people have descended on the famous farm in Somerset to watch some of the world's biggest artists - but viewers at home reckon they've spotted a name bigger than all of them lying low in the crowds.

Malleck finishes as runner-up in Nebraska Match Play

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — Bennington's Johnny Spellerberg battled back from a deficit to win the 36-hole Final of the 55th Nebraska Match Play Championship, 2 and 1, over York's Reed Malleck at Riverside Golf Club in Grand Island on Friday. Both players were past Nebraska Junior Match Play Champions,...

Constance Wu’s New Haircut Will Make You Rethink This Daring Fringe Style

Constance Wu’s latest red carpet appearance may be her chicest yet. Just this past Wednesday evening, the Crazy Rich Asians actor stepped out to attend The Terminal List premiere — the new Amazon Prime thriller series, which premieres on Amazon Prime Video on July 1. For the occasion she donned sleek strands with straight cut bangs along with a glistening floor length cocktail gown. The nude number featured champagne sequins and thin spaghetti straps. To accent the look, the actor accessorized with a coordinating nude clutch, towering platform heels, and minimal jewelry.

Redd Kross’ ‘Neurotica,’ a Lost ’80s Power-Pop Classic, Finally Gets Its Due: Album Review

Click here to read the full article. Absence can make the heart grow fonder, and one of the ironies of the power-pop revival of the mid-1980s was how hard it was to find records by some of its main archetypes, even if those earlier groups had genuine hits: The brace of great early-‘70s albums and singles by Beatles-obsessed bands like Badfinger, Big Star and the Raspberries had been out of print for years and could only be found at specialty shops for exorbitant prices or as random junkshop jackpots. Even more ironically, one of the greatest albums of that ‘80s wave...