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  • Beyond Bias

    published December 21, 2006

    In late November, Broomfield-based Noodles & Co. announced that it had signed with FEED Tribes, a Boulder outfit that's developed a system... More >>

  • Pressed

    published December 14, 2006

    One of the most common criticisms of journalism schools is that, outside of internships, they don't offer students enough in the way of real-world... More >>

  • I Pity the Yule

    published December 14, 2006

    Holiday songs are a love-hate proposition. At their best, such tunes provide an evocative seasonal soundtrack. However, they're just as likely to... More >>

  • ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead

    published December 14, 2006

    Trail of Dead co-stars Conrad Keely and Jason Reece continue to beat the odds. The two have been making music together since 1994, and during that... More >>

  • Matt & Kim

    published December 14, 2006

    Have there ever been two happier humans than Brooklynites Matt Johnson and Kim Schifino? If so, they were probably institutionalized for having... More >>

  • Insanity Claus

    published December 14, 2006

    By now, most of us have just about had it with "White Christmas" and "Jingle Bells." Fortunately, Dan Hicks offers a respite from the same old... More >>

  • Guy Buys

    published December 14, 2006

    Jennifer Ito, executive director of Foothills Art Center, doesn't believe that males are as clueless when it comes to shopping as legend suggests.... More >>

  • Paper Chase

    published December 7, 2006

    Do newspapers have a future? This question is being debated throughout the journalism community, and given waning circulation numbers, sinking ad... More >>

  • Imogen Heap

    published December 7, 2006

    Imogen Heap has no excuse for being self-deprecating. After all, this British import started improvising classical airs at an age when most of us... More >>

  • 2PAC

    published December 7, 2006

    Every syllable Tupac Shakur uttered near a microphone constitutes a potential sample, and a decade after he hit the grave, his estate's caretakers... More >>

  • 8traC

    published December 7, 2006

    It'd be easy to dismiss 8traC as just another jam band in an area awash in groups fitting the same description -- but resist the temptation.... More >>

  • A.G.

    published December 7, 2006

    Andre "A.G." Barnes, also known as Andre the Giant, has paid his dues for so long, he deserves a free pass -- not that he needs one. He was an... More >>

  • Shemekia Copeland

    published December 7, 2006

    Back in 1998, when she arrived on the national blues scene, Shemekia Copeland was promoted as a chip off the old block -- that block being her... More >>

  • Wilderness Survival for Girls

    published December 7, 2006

    Denver-bred filmmaker Kim Roberts describes the maiden theatrical run of Wilderness Survival for Girls, which can be seen this week... More >>

  • Ob-La-Di, La-La-La

    published December 7, 2006

    Back in 1997, Jimi Bernath wanted to warble some Beatles songs to commemorate the December 8 anniversary of John Lennon's death — and he... More >>

  • Knock on Woody

    published November 30, 2006

    In 2004, the Denver Post gave Woody Paige a one-year leave of absence that allowed the longtime sports columnist to move to New York... More >>

  • BT

    published November 30, 2006

    Folks fortunate enough to chat with electronic-music maestro Brian Transeau, who performs as BT, should keep a dictionary nearby, because they'll... More >>

  • The Game

    published November 30, 2006

    The Game rose to fame with help from Dr. Dre, who godfathered 2005's The Documentary, a smash that featured cameos by 50 Cent. But a feud... More >>

  • Future Jazz Project

    published November 30, 2006

    Jazz and hip-hop once constituted a popular combination thanks to the likes of Gangstarr and A Tribe Called Quest. And while the mainstream has... More >>

  • +44

    published November 30, 2006

    Anyone who thinks the blink-182 breakup was positive and polite will realize otherwise after spinning "No, It Isn't," by +44, which stars blink... More >>

  • Forward, March

    published November 30, 2006

    Two years ago, the Parade of Lights was mired in Bill O'Reilly-stoked controversy over the question of whether Christian-themed displays... More >>

  • To the Max

    published November 23, 2006

    The goal for me is just to get people to read my writing, and the newspapers definitely helped with that," says Max Karson, a University of... More >>

  • Panic! At the Disco

    published November 23, 2006

    It's never easy to win over an audience, especially when some of the attendees are actively hostile. Fortunately, the members of Panic! At the... More >>

  • Various Artists

    published November 23, 2006

    MTV's Laguna Beach was initially touted as "the real O.C. " In truth, the program seems every bit as make-believe as its fictional... More >>

  • Jason Vigil

    published November 23, 2006

    Jason Vigil wears his Heart on his new CD's cover, title track and every lyric he warbles. For that reason, his latest is sure to generate... More >>

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