Ink Monstr Celebrates Sticker Art With Sticky Situation at Cluster Saturday

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Photo courtesy of Ink Monstr
Stickers are not just for stationary. Ink Monstr, a graphic design and print shop, will be taking over Cluster Studios for Sticky Situation, a one-night-only elite art show and competition on Saturday, October 18. And you can help choose the artist who moves on to the national contest.

See also: Redman at Ink Monstr's Last Pool Party of 2014

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Photos: A Stunt Show to the Death at Tennyson's Tap

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Walking on hot coals? Swallowing fire? Sticking a pair of scissors down your throat? It's all in a day's work for a side show attraction. Last Friday night, the daring circus freaks of the Oh No Variety Show and the Faded Freakshow went mano a mano in a contest of weird skills for an audience blessed with strong stomachs. Photographer Marissa Shevins was there to capture every last macabre move; read on for a tiny taste of what went down.

See also: The 2014 Nan Desu Kan Cosplay Contest

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Photos: Kinky Cosplay at the Hentai Sexy Anime Dance Party (NSFW)

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Another side of cosplay was explored Sunday night at the Church, where cat-eared Neko slave girls and big-eyed, pink-haired lasses in skimpy maid costumes mingled on the floor with leather-clad anime he-boys. Photographer Aaron Thackeray brought back these images and more from the decadent evening.

See also: Photos: Nan Desu Kan 2014's Best Costumes on the Contest Runway



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Photos: Summer Scream's Retro Rides and Neon Lights at Lakeside Amusement Park

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The Denver Film Society's Reel Social Club took over Lakeside Amusement Park last Thursday for an evening of kidstuff with a sophisticated edge, which included a live DJ and an open bar (oh, and no kids allowed...). But Lakeside's retro vibe, streamlined neon and old-school rides were the hits of the evening. Ken Hamblin shot these views of the old-fashioned fun, which you can enjoy for a few more days in September before Lakeside closes for the season.

See also: Photos: The Rocky Mountain Rollergirls' Tenth Anniversary Bout



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Photos: Flyboys and jitterbugging dames at the 1940s WWII Era Ball

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The annual 1940s WWII Era Ball goes back in time right down to every last retro detail, with re-enactor appearances by '40s celebrities, swinging to big band music and some cherry examples of WWII aircraft for a backdrop at the Boulder Airport. Photographer Jake Shane was there on Saturday night to catch the sights and people at this year's version; following are some of our favorite shots.

See also: 1940s WWII Era Ball 2013

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Erica Sodos gets metaphysical at the Mercury Cafe

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All photos by Mauricio Rocha
Abracadabra: She's out of the box with a wand of her own. Erica Sodos is a magician, psychic entertainer and motivational speaker currently in residence at the Mercury Cafe. In advance of her May 31 show there, The Magic Within: Psychic Explorations in Telepathy and Empathy, we chatted with Sodos to learn what motivates her magic.

See also: Tonight: Magician and enchantress Erica Sodos magically enchants at the Mercury Cafe

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Photos: Roll! skates back to the '70s with a Polyester theme

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Denver roller disco fans were in their element Friday night, when the monthly Roll! party at Exdo returned to the heyday of disco for one "Polyester" blast from the past. Photographer Danielle Lirette caught all the bling, shiny fabric and afro wigs for our Roll! slide show; some of our favorite images follow.

See also: Roll's Colorado Proud skate party



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The Denver Cruiser Ride 2014 hits the road tonight with a block party on wheels

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Denver Cruiser Ride big wheel Brad Evans continues to find ways to keep the weekly, costumed bike crawl on a roll. So when the first ride of 2014 -- with a "Reds and Robes" theme -- starts tonight at five bar locations, the shared destination will be a bona fide block party at the locus of 14th and Champa streets, given the green light by the partnering Denver Theatre District.

See also: The best of Denver Cruisers 2013


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Like karaoke much? Sing your heart out and help ArtPlant's artist residency program

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It's the little things that help a community thrive, and that's where ArtPlant artist residencies fit into Denver's scene, spreading the wealth by creating an atmosphere of good will and collaboration. Last fall the program's first resident, Kansas City installation artist Rashawn Griffin, took full advantage of the ArtPlant offer, which included a free workspace at TANK Studios, as well as housing at Showpen and a culminating exhibit, to boot.

See also: Artist-run TANK Studios sets a new precedent in the local art scene


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Photos: Star Wars and Itchy-O spread the force at City Hall

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Denver's May the Fourth Be with You Star Wars celebration expanded to a three-day party this year, but Saturday's blowout at City Hall was clearly the high point, with a sci-fi costume contest hosted by Andrew Novick that featured the spectacle of the masked marching band Itchy-O. Photographer Brandon Marshall brought back these images.

See also: Geek Speak: Star Wars won't let me go!

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