2 days ago | Schmuck of the Week
When does a yard sale turn into a face-punching, glass-stabbing, cane-whacking beatdown? When you're dealing with a Schmuck of the Week like our latest nominee, Shelly Serra. The crazy story comes to us courtesy of the Mesa County Sheriff's Office...
12 days ago | Marijuana
Since the passage of Amendment 64 in November 2012, Colorado has been in the forefront of regulating the use of marijuana, both for medical and for recreational purposes – and Colorado State University’s library archive has begun collecting materi...
16 days ago | Schmuck of the Week
Have you been thinking about trying meth? If so, there probably isn't anything we can say to talk you out of it — and we doubt more photos of emaciated meth users with rotted teeth and cadaver-quality skin will do the trick, either. But maybe, jus...
23 days ago | Schmuck of the Week
Jake and Kendra Warrum were among 2014's most popular Schmucks of the Week — probably because of the disconnect between idealized photos like the one above and the crime they were accused of committing. Cops said the Warrums burned down their...
24 days ago | Film Podcast
LA Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson found out first-hand that Michael Shannon is a pretty stern Monopoly player during a recent game with the actor, who portrays a tortured Orlando real-estate baron in the upcoming 99 Homes. Nicholson and Village ...
25 days ago | Marijuana
On September 16, and September 16 alone, the state will not collect the 15 percent retail marijuana excise tax — a tax holiday that could reduce state revenues by as much as $3.7 million, but greatly increase the happiness of Colorado’s cannabis c...