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2014 Stories by Cory Casciato

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  • Make Your Day

    published March 13, 2014

    When the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema screens the ’70s rogue-cop classic Dirty Harry as part of its On the Case series of crime... More >>

  • Data Point

    published March 13, 2014

    We live in the era of Big Data, and business and political decisions are increasingly driven by that fact. But what does that mean to the typical... More >>

  • The Highs of Lowbrow

    published March 6, 2014

    With its roots in comics, punk rock and pop culture, it’s no surprise that the lowbrow-art movement — also known as pop surrealism... More >>

  • The Wasabi Lobby

    published February 27, 2014

    Don’t let the name fool you: Animeland Wasabi isn’t just about Japan’s finest pop-culture export. “Anime is the... More >>

  • Press Play

    published February 20, 2014

    In this age of digital video, on-demand entertainment and HD picture, it’s easy to forget how revolutionary the VHS era really was. Not only... More >>

  • Through the Heart

    published February 13, 2014

    If you’re looking to break free of the dinner-and-a-movie date clichés for Valentine's Day, how about a candlelit evening spent... More >>

  • Role With It

    published February 13, 2014

    It shouldn’t be hard to convince the geek in your life to go see Knights of Badassdom, an action-comedy movie about LARP (live... More >>

  • Just for Kicks

    published February 6, 2014

    When a blind assassin with a flying guillotine faces off against a one-armed boxer, there’s no doubt who’ll win: everyone who loves a... More >>

  • Chairmen of the Board

    published February 6, 2014

    For a certain subset of people, skateboarding is more than a hobby; it’s a way of life. When photographer Matt Alberts was looking for a... More >>

  • Bits and Pieces

    published February 6, 2014

    Ubiquitous as it already is, the Internet is only beginning to make a major impact on the art world. An exhibit opening tonight at Counterpath... More >>

  • Read Letter Day

    published January 30, 2014

    Look closely and you’ll find things hidden within Denver's architecture. Local author Kitty Migaki’s Alphabet Denver... More >>

  • Revenge of the Nerds

    published January 30, 2014

    Improv and geek culture collides in Geek Out, a show that uses the obsessive nature of fandom as inspiration and fuel for improv.... More >>

  • It’s Alive

    published January 23, 2014

    Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the timeless cautionary tale of man meddling with nature and forbidden knowledge, has seen... More >>

  • Spy Kid

    published January 23, 2014

    With its cast of shady arms dealers and child soldiers, animated television series Jormungand is a far cry from the fantastic... More >>

  • Silver Screams

    published January 23, 2014

    People go to horror movies to enjoy the mayhem on screen without ever experiencing any real danger. That makes Lamberto Bava’s splatter... More >>

  • City of Lost Dreams

    published January 16, 2014

    Some novels take a while to get going, and some give you an immortal dwarf, a time-traveling corpse and an alchemical mystery before the end... More >>

  • Magical Mystery

    published January 16, 2014

    Some novels take a while to get going, and some give you an immortal dwarf, a time-traveling corpse and an alchemical mystery before the end of... More >>

  • Robot Redux

    published January 9, 2014

    The original Neon Genesis Evangelion represented the pinnacle of the giant-robot-versus-alien-monster subgenre of anime. Like so many other... More >>

  • Grave Matters

    published January 2, 2014

    No matter where you woke up on New Year’s Day — disheveled, hung over and with holes in your memory — it could have been much... More >>

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