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African American music, dance in Northglenn

Saturday. In conjunction with Black History Month, Northglenn Arts Presents will stage the musical-storytelling show “The History of African American Music, Part 2” and the “narrative of movement” (i.e. dance) “One People, Many Voices.”

The shows, which run at the Parsons Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 12, and Feb. 25, respectively, highlight a half-century of musical contributions from Black songwriters and performers — from blues and gospel to jazz and soul — as well as (on Feb. 25) Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble’s passionate, social justice-based dance works.

Both shows start at 7:30 p.m. and are all-ages. $20-$25 for adults; $18-23 for youth, senior & military; $15 for groups. 303-450-8888 or northglennarts.org

Mutiny Info Cafe’s co-owner needs your help

Thursday. Having served South Broadway shoppers and Baker neighborhood residents with comics, coffee, and indie arts events for nearly a decade, current Mutiny Information Cafe co-owner Jim Norris and his supporters are asking for some help of their own — in this case, for fellow co-owner Matt Megyesi.

Also known in Denver’s music and arts scene as Matt Mega C, he’s hospitalized and navigating medical bills with limited financial resources. This Thursday, Feb. 17, a benefit for him features a headlining set from hard-charging Denver punk band Spells (led by stand-up headliner Ben Roy) along with DJs and a prize raffle.



African American music, dance in Northglenn

Saturday. In conjunction with Black History Month, Northglenn Arts Presents will stage the musical-storytelling show “The History of African American Music, Part 2” and the “narrative of movement” (i.e. dance) “One People, Many Voices.”

The shows, which run at the Parsons Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 12, and Feb. 25, respectively, highlight a half-century of musical contributions from Black songwriters and performers — from blues and gospel to jazz and soul — as well as (on Feb. 25) Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble’s passionate, social justice-based dance works.

Both shows start at 7:30 p.m. and are all-ages. $20-$25 for adults; $18-23 for youth, senior & military; $15 for groups. 303-450-8888 or northglennarts.org

Mutiny Info Cafe’s co-owner needs your help

Thursday. Having served South Broadway shoppers and Baker neighborhood residents with comics, coffee, and indie arts events for nearly a decade, current Mutiny Information Cafe co-owner Jim Norris and his supporters are asking for some help of their own — in this case, for fellow co-owner Matt Megyesi.

Also known in Denver’s music and arts scene as Matt Mega C, he’s hospitalized and navigating medical bills with limited financial resources. This Thursday, Feb. 17, a benefit for him features a headlining set from hard-charging Denver punk band Spells (led by stand-up headliner Ben Roy) along with DJs and a prize raffle.

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