The Rocky Mountain News is reporting that the Carioca Cafe -- better known as Bar Bar -- finally quit allowing smoking inside the establishment, a year after the ban went into effect. But while that great institution has fallen, Paris on the Platte is still flauting the nanny rules by saying it qual ... More >>
Dale Chihuly's Icicle Creek Chandelier (left) in Leavenworth, Washington, and Victoria and Albert Rotunda Chandelier in the V&A Museum in London. Images from Fire by Portland Press. (Photos by First Look.) Dale Chihuly is making Colorado his second outpost -- or at least he should. The Seattle-bas ... More >>
Cruise the farmers' markets in these sweet local tees.
Kenny Be It's time for Jack Kerouac to blow this cowtown again, to rush off into the good night. But instead of heading west to 'Frisco, Denver's favorite adopted son is moving on to summer in his real hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts. This Saturday, March 31, is the last chance to catch Kerou ... More >>
The results are in for the Daniel Libeskind-proposed redesign of Civic Center, and the public's responses are being unveiled tonight at the Denver Parks & Recreation Advisory Board hearing. But you wouldn't know that from the city's website. There's nothing on the city's homepage, and if you click o ... More >>
Tonight is all about public process, with two major city-policy meetings both running from 6 to 8:30 p.m. So you'll have to decide if you're more interested in revamping the zoning code or choosing between light rail and streetcars for north Downing Street. (Or none of the above.) If you pick zonin ... More >>
From the week of June 22, 2006
Bikes are fodder for spokesman Tyler Stans.
From the week of November 17, 2005
Welcome back, Patricio Córdova.
Freedom & Liberties probes political postures.
Johnny Mathis still spins heads.
The annual Blessing of the Animals celebrates paws and claws.
The docs are in the house.
It's a mélange of pop culture at the new Andenken exhibit.
Say Word! lets poets speak out.
Central City Opera gives Vanessa its regional premiere.
DAVA brings art to all five senses.
Music-video filmmakers flex their muscle.
There are no shrinking violets in the BACC's metalwork exhibit.
Sheryl Renee recognizes her favorites.
The Art of Silent Film brings wordless rapture back to the silver screen.
Tales of life in the Mile High City.
Chakaia Booker keeps rolling along.
Drink it all in with the ladies of LUPEC.
A new studio space brings art to the masses.
From the week of December 23, 2004
Will the real you please stand up?
The Christmas Tree House is fir real
The Candelight Walk ignites
Bras for the Cause raises money for breast cancer
Gallery M takes a trip down memory lane
Tilt-a-Whirl World puts a twist on Lakeside
PBS series is previewed at Starz
Mars Hill Cafe gives sanctuary to diversity
DjUNA Boutique is like a secret garden
Chapungu unveils an African culture in stone
Heavy hitters roll for North High's show
Zine benefit turns trash into flash, cash
Jungle Lovin' gives humans a peek at animal amour
The DCTC stages an all-black Streetcar
Collectors' Extravaganza goes from the sophomoric to the sublime
From the week of September 4, 2003
Lucky Mutt Strut raises money fur a good cause
From the week of January 9, 2003
From the week of February 7, 2002