denver airport’s marketing team said fuck it pic.twitter.com/691c6QxjLE— syd rid (@syd_rid) October 4, 2019
With the temperature dropping from 82 to 32 Fahrenheit literally overnight in Denver, this song seemed appropriate.
Some say that in the Fall, Bob Ross blesses the forests of the Rockies. His spirit moves among the mountains in cool, evening whispers, visiting with the trees. Their leaves turn bright colors, blushing from his treasured visit.
RTD wants to do a study to see how it can continue to remain “relevant.”
In the run-up to the the Denver Art Museum’s Monet exhibition, which is coming soon, and coming in a big way, the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Philharmonic are putting on an event this Friday, October 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the Central Presbyterian Church on Sherman Street. Tickets are $25.00 for adults, less for old people, and free for kinderen twelve and under… or under twelve. I’m not sure. It doesn’t matter, they shouldn’t be there.
Debussy fans should be pleased to note that his works will be in heavy rotation on the philharmonic side of this collaborative event.
More info on the Monet exhibition, which has been advertised for probably over a year now, as we get closer. The traveling exhibition sources from some of the best museums in North America and Europe, and Denver made the very short global list of cities which will be hosting this.
Get Up Kids need no introduction, and Kevin Devine shouldn’t either, but if you’re not familiar with him, he’s a beautiful cinnamon roll, too pure for this world, and his music is wonderful, so that’s pretty much the scoop on that.
One plug for the Devine One:
And, here’s one for the Kids:
Tickets start at $22.00 and are available online through Holdmyticket
Box Office and venue info available here:
Please get vaccinated.
A study claims it would take 4 minutes for hand sanitizer to fully defeat the flu.
Check out the schedule of venues around Denver hosting comedy events, Saturday September 28th, the last day of the 7th annual High Plains Comedy Festival.
In connection with one of their songs I’m posting here, Saintseneca will actually be in Denver on Tuesday October 15. The show is $15 at Globe Hall on Logan, which I haven’t been to, but apparently they offer the only good thing to ever come out of Texas: barbecue.*
*Just kidding. Waylon Jennings was from Texas too, but at least he had the good sense to retire to Arizona.