19 hours ago | Schmuck of the Week
As anyone familiar with the condition known as meth mouth knows, users of methamphetamine often grind their teeth. But the desire to bite something/anything can be a problem — especially if the something/anything within chomping distance is an off...
3 days ago | Comics
For the third year running, we asked cartoonists — and would-be cartoonists — to send us comics depicting life in Colorado. We received dozens of responses; not surprisingly, many focused on cannabis (pot put the high in the smile high city, after...
4 days ago | Open and Shut Cases
Pourtions is now pouring at NATIV, the pot-friendly hotel at 1612 Wazee Street. As Lindsey Bartlett reported earlier today, the restaurant features a twenty-tap craft-beer wall with iPad controls so that you can serve yourself; you pay between thi...
8 days ago | Denver Blogs
Denver blogs are chilled to the bone. It's cold and rainy. Here's where Mark Antonation thinks you should eat Asian noodle soups this weekend. Local photographer Mark Sink weighs in on architecture on the Denver Fugly Facebook page. Will A-Basin g...
8 days ago | Media
A package of Westword articles, including “Almost Home,” Kristin Pazulski’s November 5, 2014, cover story that took a long, hard look at Denver’s Road Home and the ten-year campaign to end homelessness in this city, won first place in Public Servi...
8 days ago | Things to Do
It was a cold, rainy night, but the weather couldn't dampen the spirits of hundreds of Denver Cruisers who came out on May 20 for the first ride of the tenth anniversary season. What started a decade ago as a casual pedal through the streets of De...