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  1. The Lucas Brothers Got Too Stoned to Perform at Their 4/20 Show Last NightColorado weed should be enjoyed responsibly – at least, that’s the lesson Kenny and Keith Lucas AKA the Lucas Brothers learned yesterday. The […]
  2. Denver’s High Plains Comedy Festival Unveils Headliner Anthony Jeselnik […][caption id=”attachment_75851” align=”aligncenter” width=”640”] “”[/caption]Denver’s High Plains Comedy Festival, the event put on by outgoing […]
  3. The Next Wave 2015: The Top Up-and-Coming Comics Outside of NY and LAWelcome to the second semi-annual edition of The Next Wave, Splitsider’s roundup of exciting new comic voices from around the country. Though […]
  4. Can a Mid-Sized City’s Thriving Comedy Scene Survive the LA Exodus?Grawlix’s Adam Cayton-Holland (Photo by Ryan Brackin) If you’re a mid-level comic with a few credits under your belt, at some point you’ve […]
  5. Denver’s High Plains Comedy Festival Unveils Its Huge LineupThe High Plains Comedy Festival is returning to Denver for its second year this August 22-23, and they’ve put together a pretty stellar lineup. […]
  6. How the Legal Marijuana Industry Is Helping Grow Denver’s Comedy SceneComedians like Doug Benson and Stephen Colbert have been getting a lot of joke-mileage out of Colorado’s legalization of marijuana last […]
  7. An Animated Tig Notaro On Why It’s Good to Be Disliked in Suburban Denver Dumb Denver (DENVER! YEAH!) crowd from the past, you don’t know anything about anything. First, all your faces are weird. Second, who actually […]
  8. People Still Love The Book of Mormon, Especially People in DenverThe Book of Mormon’s three-week run in Denver sold out in five hours. Five hours! That’s probably less time than it takes to read the actual […]