In the headline of a November post, we asked a simple question: Could Lindsey Vonn's latest injury keep her out of the 2014 Olympics? The answer, posted moments ago on Vonn's Facebook page, is yes. Look below for Vail-based Vonn's complete statement, followed by our earlier coverage of the knee in ... More >>
Vail's Lindsey Vonn has been everywhere lately -- flirting with David Letterman, inspiring a bizarre Halloween costume on ESPN's Pardon The Interruption, even hanging on the sideline of Sunday's Broncos-Chiefs game with main squeeze Tiger Woods. But now, she's making the wrong kind of news. When she ... More >>
The North American Prairie is a land mass that covers about 1.4 million square miles. It stretches north to Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada and south as far as Texas -- and it once made up 40 percent of the continental United States. Even so, many people find the plains to be flat and boring -- ... More >>
You've got to figure there are a lot of ways to piss off a member of a SWAT team. But here's one that's certain to be near the top of the list: Steal his guns while he's fighting cancer. That's what Keaton Bell did. And now, he's going to pay in a big way -- by spending as much as ten years behind ... More >>
Last year, the Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media got a big boost when lawmakers passed a bill to increase cash rebates to moviemakers who choose to film here -- an incentives package that came with $3 million in funding. And new film commissioner Donald Zuckerman made good use of the mon ... More >>
In recent weeks, rumors that Vail skier Lindsey Vonn had hooked up with golfer Tiger Woods were snowed under by word of Vonn's wipe-out at the world championships in Austria, where she suffered a severe knee injury; see our previous coverage below. Now, however, Lindsey and Tiger are refocusing on ... More >>
Update: Vail's Lindsey Vonn has made news of late for reasons that go well beyond her skiing skills -- like, for instance, her alleged dalliances with golfer Tiger Woods. But her massive wipe-out at the world championships in Austria has changed the narrative. She's now expected to return to Colorad ... More >>
Thursday, November 29, 1STBANK Center, 303-830-8497.
The 2012 High Plains Book Awards were announced last Saturday at the Yellowstone Art Museums in Billings, Montana, and winners included a hometown heroine: Jenny Shanks, who took Best Fiction honors for The Ringer. Shanks, who lives in Boulder, loosely based her book on the 1999 slaying of Ismael Me ... More >>
This week's cover story, "Going to Extremes," focuses on triple-threat Justin Simoni, a Denver artist and performer who also finished first last month in the single-speed division of the world's toughest mountain bike race, the Tour Divide -- a grueling odyssey on mostly unpaved trails through the R ... More >>
Colorado filmmakers dominated the 2011 Banff Mountain Film Festival awards over the weekend at the annual competition in Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park, with Carbondale-based director Anson Fogel (Forge Motion Pictures), Basalt-based director Pete McBride (Pete McBride Photography), Gr ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsOccupy Denver has launched a call-to-action in advance of Barack Obama's trip to Denver. The plan is for the president, here for a fundraiser and a jobs speech, to receive a bag of letters from the local 99 percent. Although the details of that plan are under wraps, the group ... More >>
Saturday had the potential for seeing a collision course of parades and protests: While the annual Columbus Day Parade was gearing up downtown, the anti-Columbus Day protesters were gathering outside the Capitol, right by Occupy Denver. And Occupy Denver was planning its own march through downtown a ... More >>
A screen capture from Scott McInnis' website featuring a scenery shot from... Canada? When politicians make a gaffe, an army of online smart asses is ready, willing and able to make them feel stupid about it. Witness Republican gubernatorial hopeful Scott McInnis, whose website went live with a pho ... More >>
Most Americans probably don't know that Canada has replaced Saudi Arabia as our primary source of imported oil. And fewer still have any idea that much of the Canadian oil, refined into gasoline at places like Suncor Energy's plant in Commerce City, is some of the nastiest stuff on earth, obtained ... More >>
Breathe Carolina, a band that tours so often these days that it almost doesn't seem like a Denver band anymore (seriously, with the exception of April and May, the act is going to be on the road from now until at least the end of August; check out the list of tour dates on the next page), recently p ... More >>
Qusair Mohamedbhai just wanted to open a bank account. Instead, he was labeled a terrorist.
Ledger and Gyllenhaal are cowboys in love.
Friday, September 9, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
The Denver Cycle Sluts celebrate 25 years in the Queen City.
The Women lays bare the cattiness of society dames
Loveland hatches the Eagles.
Jamie Korngold, the Adventure Rabbi, seeks the sacred in God's outdoor gym.
Critics who blast canned shoots as harming "real" hunting may be firing blanks.
Painters at Robischon keep the landscape tradition fresh.
Virtual schools are becoming a viable option for parents who prefer to keep their kids at home.
When it comes to attracting geese, hunters are flying blind.
Discouraging words are seldom heard at the Denver Art Museum and Robischon Gallery.
The first nation of hockey won't be taking home the Stanley Cup this year.
Even though the premise of Mystery, Alaska is skating on thin ice, it still manages to score.
Lakewood Grill serves up downhome cooking.
February 25 - March 3, 1999
This family of killer diseases hits close to home. Too close.
From dark horse to Nighthorse, it's been one hell of a ride for Ben Campbell.
Kansas farmers say their weather-modification program causes rain. Colorado farmers say it causes trouble.