Artist House Tour Series featuring Mark and Kristen Sink
Johnny Minotaur, surrealist poet and artist Charles Henri Ford's 1971 film, is a lyrical explosion of taboos: Incest, man-boy love and power dynamics, pansexuality and autoeroticism are just a few of the issues he grapples with. After the film was lost for two decades, the New American Cinema Group ... More >>
One of the largest looming and most influential icons in the history of rock and roll, Lou Reed died on Sunday at the age of 71. No word has been received regarding the cause of Reed's death, though the "Walk On The Wild Side" songwriter did recently undergo a liver transplant last May that nearly c ... More >>
While the weather continues to shift from sunny to gloomy during these late-fall nights, street fashion has seen some extreme highs and lows as well. Last week, for example, we spotted many people wearing their pajamas out and about. But this week, our street-style prayers were answered when we spot ... More >>
Denver gonzo athlete Justin Simoni's singular achievement this summer in the Tour Divide, a 2745-mile mountain bike race that crosses the Continental Divide 39 times between Canada and Mexico, is the focus of this week's feature, "Going to Extremes." But cycling is only one of Simoni's multiple and ... More >>
Tony Wilson (the Andy Warhol of Manchester, England) once made the hackneyed statement "Morrissey is a woman trapped in a man's body," to which the dandified frontman of the Smiths eventually replied, "Tony Wilson is a man trapped in a pig's body." The two were friends and icons of the Manchester mu ... More >>
Sarah CassBrother and sister in Olympia, Washington earlier this year.This is one in a series of posts in honor of Denver Arts Week that salute some of our favorite people and places on the arts scene. I have watched my younger brother, Evan Kutz, build his artist's portfolio since he first ... More >>
Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds, the world's leading collector of failed superhero franchise leads, opens today. Reynolds plays Hal Jordon, a fearless test pilot who's chosen to become part of an intergalactic peacekeeping force called the Green Lanterns. They use their power rings to h ... More >>
Aron Ralston.Suck it, Andy Warhol. Colorado's own Aron Ralston, who amputated his own arm in 2003 following a bizarre climbing accident, has already gone well beyond your universal fifteen-minutes-of-fame prediction, and the clock's still running. He's the subject of the Academy Award-nominat ... More >>
Dana Cain is the lady with her thumb in a million pies: The local maestra of event-planning throws several well-attended collectors expos, art shows, parties, chocolate fests each year. Her latest -- and biggest -- project is next summer's Denver County Fair. But Dana is also an avid art coll ... More >>
"Harmony and Me."Editor's note: This year's Starz Denver Film Festival, November 12-22, features more than 200 films. To help navigate this cinematic abundance of riches, we asked fest artistic director Brit Withey to highlight some worthy selections off the beaten screening-room path. Look f ... More >>
MCA Denver takes on Chinese Art, while the Lab looks at rural America.
An exhibit of Chinese art at Robischon Gallery is here and Mao.
Denver Art Museum
An award-winning essay helps launch a local student on an overseas adventure.
Denver Art Museum
The venerable Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is getting a thoughtful addition.
Pod takes on new life on Santa Fe.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Justin Moyer, Edie Sedgwick and Supersystem's Justin Destroyer are all the same person -- sort of.
An entertaining Allergist's Wife is anchored by several solid actors.
Internet TV died on the coasts, but it's alive and well at 5,280 feet.
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum gets back to the future.
Jim Jarmusch serves the perfect blend: Coffee and Cigarettes.
African-American art is up at DU, while Mizel surveys the Jewish roots of the comics.
Club queen and Europhile Ben Fowler has changed the name, but not the formula, of his absolutely fabulous cable-TV show.
The impressive Andenken Gallery moves to glitzy new digs near Coors Field.
Stumbling down memory lane with the late Lester Bangs.
Sampling ad infinitum with America's sonic outlaws.
In concert, Lou Reed takes a walk on the mild side.