LINKIN PARK @ COMFORT DENTAL AMPHITHEATRE | 8/30/12 Some time around the middle part of the last decade, the pop culture zeitgeist moved on from testosterone-driven dude rock that ruled the '90s. Incubus and Linkin Park, two titans of the post-grunge era, never got the memo. Last night, fans witnes ... More >>
Jasim Mohammed Hassin Ramadon is one of five Iraqi men charged in a rape so horrific that a Colorado Springs Police spokeswoman can barely describe the details without getting emotional. And yet last fall, Ramadon was featured in a TV report on view below in which he was hailed as a hero for helping ... More >>
Update: "For all those who are worried.... I'm ok. Just dealing with some shit but I will be fine." That's a Facebook message posted a short time ago by John Severe, a Colorado Springs resident who's worked for the military. And he is indeed dealing with some shit: He's one of five people arrested t ... More >>
Update: In recent days, Fort Carson-based Sergeant Christopher Mountjoy was arrested in the death of Virgil Means outside the Sin City Disciples motorcycle club. Now, a second soldier, John Burrell, has been arrested in the incident. He's being held on the charge of murder in the first degree.
Ever since I gave up on my dream of a flying car, I've been waiting for the next best thing: an electric one. Sure, it lacks the sexiness of a my Jetsons-fueled childhood fantasy. But on the other hand, I don't have to learn to fly and my kids may actually inherit a planet that's livable -- s ... More >>
Convergence is the name of the game in Dialog:City.
When the Army tried to take down Andrew Pogany, it messed with the wrong coward.
Letters from the week of 12/6/2007
American hunger for black-tar heroin has made downtown Denver the land of opportunity for immigrant dealers.
The Radical Cheerleaders take up pom-poms against their oppressors.
Jay-Z hosts a listening party for his latest opus, The Black Album.
From the week of May 15, 2003
Blood and Sand
From the penthouse to the outhouse, the highs and lows of 2000.
From the week of October 19, 2000
More than a mere war picture, Three Kings takes on the complexities of human emotion.
Much of what we think we know about Columbine is wrong.
Gary Boyce's ballot initiatives went under, but he'll most likely resurface.
Patrick Robb's vehicles were not owned by a little old lady who drove them to church on Sundays.
One Coloradan's obsession: a new engine called the Newbold.