The outpouring of affection continues for Michael Floorwax, who has announced that he won't be returning to 103.5 The Fox, where he starred as a morning-drive host for more than 24 years, due to health issues. As proof, we offer the following essay, in which a superfan offers a highly detailed histo ... More >>
On last week's episode of Under the Gunn, Blake survived the judging to sew another week; Shan won the steam punk avant-garde challenge with his deconstructed power suit, finally bringing a win to Anya's team; and Nicholas was sent home. For last night's episode, Georgina Chapman, co-founder of Marc ... More >>
If you aren't watching Archer, you are missing out on television's best comedy. The animated spy spoof -- think Austin Powers, minus that franchise's fundamental stupidity and tendency to recycle its best jokes until they are painfully unfunny -- brings a lot to the table. The cast is excellent, wit ... More >>
Robots are everywhere. From helping us find cat videos on the Internet to assembling other robots (yeah, that can't end well), they've become almost as ubiquitous in real life as they have been in pop culture for years. This Saturday, the multimedia art exhibit Let's Pretend We're Robots opens at Go ... More >>
You probably remember him as the "grandpa's old cough medicine," urine-drinking cop from Dumb & Dumber, or the serial killer hitchhiker spouting "seven chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch" in There's Something About Mary. But you may not know that Harland Wi ... More >>
If you thought Sharper Image invented the concept of marketing seemingly ingenious items no one would actually use in real life, think again. We stumbled upon an amazing 1950s-era catalog from a now-defunct mail-order biz called Sunset House that's absolutely overflowing with wonderfully unnecessary ... More >>
Now and then, companies send us medical marijuana-related products ranging from vaporizers to board games. We showcase them in our quasi-regular product review section, Stoner MacGyver. The latest? The Incredibowl i420.
Johnny Depp in "Pirates of the Caribbean." Hollywood is coming to Colorado (again)! In the midst of a push by movie boosters to increase the state's film incentives, an initiative born of the fact that filmmakers have largely abandoned the state for cheaper locales, word comes down that Disne ... More >>
Among the most instantly recognizable and enduringly popular scenes from the James Bond movie franchise are the elaborate death traps put into place for the protagonist by a seemingly endless array of antiheroes. The sadistic and convoluted plot devices create dramatic tension, or at least am ... More >>
Rocky Mountain Farmacy didn't look like anything special. Based on what I thought was the size of the place from the outside, it came across as a weed Walmart. Like they had sixty strains on their shelves and cases full of pipes and accessories, but none of it worth buying.
This is the smug grin you make when you no longer give a shit.Johnny Depp gotta eat. And pay his mortgage. And Disney pays very well. Maybe that explains why he looks so thoroughly bored in the new Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, opening tomorrow. Captain Jack Sparrow was endeari ... More >>
Aaron Thackeray CAFFEINE 03.26.11 | 1STBANK Center view full Caffeine slideshow Ah, Caffeine - stronger than a triple espresso but mild enough for mass consumption. With its "spring break" theme, Caffeine feels like a frat party on The Hill -- only with much better music and minus the burning couc ... More >>
Update below: On Friday, we told you about multiple arrests in an alleged drug ring in which participants are accused of using medical marijuana documents as cover. Among those busted was Laura Vanwormer, co-owner of Colorado CHRONIX, a meet-up group based in Fort Collins.
The only thing better than a fabulous food scene on the big screen is a scene involving brutal, unabashed violence (True Romance, or anything Tarantino for that matter), or a fantastic food moment involving sex (9 1/2 Weeks, for example). But while some culinary scenes will leave you yearning ... More >>
Teen comedy Charlie Bartlett could use a dose of mean.
From the week of August 17, 2006
A white leading man in a black movie? That is something new.
Threadbare Without a Paddle proves a bear can dump in the woods.
Style is in the eye of the beholder -- and you can finally behold some again at the Tabor Center.
De Niro delights, even if this sequel's slight.
Mike Myers's mojo is running low.
What's new is modern all over again at three Denver venues.
Blending free jazz with film lore, Sex Mob reworks old James Bond soundtracks for a sound that's shaken and stirred.
Shrek offers an amusing, if empty, fractured fairy tale.
Product placement comes to adult videos...hey, watch where you put that thing!
Shag: Brit-Pop a Go Go
Trash-novel queen Jacqueline Susann is turned into pulp in Isnít She Great.
From South Park to Pokémon, 1999 was almost an American beauty.
Chant Down Babylon
The answer is in the cards -ó Blue Mountain cards.
Elvis Costello isn't angry anymore.
The Law brothers' kangaroo movie was an epic failure, but they keep on kicking.
A roundup of big-name recordings that live up (or down) to expectations.