When he died of cancer yesterday, Roger Ebert was the best-known practitioner of a dying art: newspaper film criticism. Few papers can afford to have a movie reviewer of their own these days, choosing instead to run syndicated pieces by folks like Ebert, who became the unlikeliest of TV personalitie ... More >>
Now in its 64th year, the Conference on World Affairs is a five-day mental fest that fires up at the University of Colorado Boulder campus today. Since the first CWA in 1948, thinkers from the forefront and fringes of science, politics, spirituality, medicine, academia and the arts have convened eve ... More >>
Although Roger Ebert's health problems prevent him from participating in the World Affairs Conference, the annual intellectual orgy that's coming to Boulder from April 9 through April 13, the film critic's interruptus program is still a featured attraction -- and is now named after him. This year's ... More >>
BOULDER'S BIGGEST TALK SHOW OUTLASTED MCCARTHY, THE SIXTIES AND ANGRY FEMINISTS. BUT CAN IT SURVIVE HOWARD HIGMAN?HOWARD'S END THE PARTY'S OVER FOR CU'S CONFERENCE ON WORLD AFFAIRS--AND ITS EMBATTLED FOUNDER.