9 hours ago | Commentary
In response to almost-native Lauri Lynnxe Murphy's recent pieces on transplants to Denver, one transplant responded that Denverites are "the rudest, most unfriendly, aggressive people I have ever met in any place of the world I've been to? And I h...
10 hours ago | Commentary
Helikon Gallery just opened a show of street art, called Opiates for the Masses and curated by Myah and Scott Bailey, who own the Sally Centigrade gallery in Larimer Square. Everyone agrees the display is amazing, but one reader objected...
1 day ago | Visual Arts
Denver artist and longtime Westword contributor Patti Cramer passed away a half-dozen years ago, but she lives on through her art, which remains popular. We have a big cache of her drawings, but paintings are harder to come by....and collectors wa...
2 days ago | Schmuck of the Week
What if you were enjoying a beautiful Colorado day when, all of a sudden, a Dukes of Hazzard episode broke out? That's what happened a few days back in southeastern Colorado as part of a case that involved stolen gas, a pawn shop, a high-spee...
8 days ago | Debates and Discussions
After ticking off the Seven Things that Make Stapleton Residents Really, Really Mad, Teague Bohlen set his sights on rapidly changing Highland, one of the oldest areas of the city, and his Six Things That Make Highland Residents Really, Really Mad...
9 days ago | Schmuck of the Week
The Schmuck of the Week crew tends not to delve too deeply into issues beyond schmuckiness. But every once in a while, schmucks and important topics intersect — or collide. Take the question of chronic drunk drivers whose typically modest punishme...