While trumpeter Joshua Trinidad is a deft jazz player and performs with his own quintet and quartet, he also plays with Wheelchair Sports Camp and Poets Row. As evidenced with some of his previous efforts, Trinidad, who sometimes runs his trumpet through guitar effects, is well versed in electronic ... More >>
Comedy writing pioneer Bruce Vilanch is bursting with gayness. One of the first openly gay comedians, he's known for his continuing role on Hollywood Squares and as a head writer for the Academy Awards show, as well as writing jokes for Bette Midler, Elizabeth Taylor, The Brady Bunch, Donnie and Mar ... More >>
If life is a drag, why not play to the hilt? Since this is the second Wednesday of the month, Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret is presenting the Viva las Divas Art of Illusion Follies, hosted by female illusion artists (drag queens, in shorthand) Alexandra Winters and Harley Quinn and featuring a changin ... More >>
Last night's performances by the American Idol top eight were all over the place. The theme, '80s songs, proved difficult for some, while other contestants chose just the right song for their voices and their personalities. The group performances were the most off-putting. "I'm So Excited" by Holli ... More >>
Mary J. Blige has the same pain and grit in her voice of having lived a very full life as artists like Billie Holliday, Etta James and others. For a burgeoning hip-hop generation, Blige's voice and signature style of taking a hip-hop beat and adding her soulful vibe to it so changed the sound of mus ... More >>
Tim Tebow's latest miracle versus the Jets inspired Bronco Planet to share a musical nod to No. 15: a version of "I Believe" from The Book of Mormon (by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, locals made good and Broncos fans) in which puppets yelp lines like, "I believe... that reading the defense and calling ... More >>
Cherry Pop Pop Poppins tastes the frosting on a cupcake before gleefully smashing it into Aluka Salt's mouth. View all photos.Delirium: Circus of the Senses came to the Oriental Theater on Saturday, June 11. Aerialists, drag acts, erotic photography, juggling sword-swallowing, glass-eating, g ... More >>
It's hot, you're cranky and all you want to do is get out of your house for a little while and soak in some culture -- but you've been blasting the A/C all week and you're scared of the incoming Xcel bill. Don't worry: We are too, which is why we've tallied up the best things to do this weeke ... More >>
What was blown besides this cop's cover?
Separating heavenly holiday music from Hell's noels.
A pair of events included in Saturday's Denver Film Festival slate ran the qualitative gamut. Things started on a positive note with a tribute to Vilmos Zsigmond, 76, a Hungary-born cinematographer who made some of the most visually distinctive American films of the 1970s, and is still active today ... More >>
For Adams County deputies, making sex arrests was a walk in the park.
Jazzman Fred Hess shines on The Long and the Short of It
A fear of development is growing in community gardens around Denver.
Singer-songwriter Cheryl Wheeler enjoys a good joke. But her music demands serious consideration.
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
What women -- and men -- want is a better movie than this.
Tiana Ramirez bends sexual and cultural stereotypes.
Drowning Mona is a trailer-trash mishmash.
Trash-novel queen Jacqueline Susann is turned into pulp in Isnít She Great.
Drag Queen Bingo
Part one of a pre-millennial salute to the music that made America sing.
What's it like to work at the state's largest detox? These counselors were scared straight.
Getting cozy with Mary Marlowe, Denver's queen of late-night romance.
JILL SOBULE IS KEEPING HER BEDROOM PROCLIVITIES TO HERSELF.
A PAIR OF CONTENDERS FOR DENVER'S WEIGHTIEST CROWN DISCUSS LIFE IN THE FAT LANE.