Master luthier Scott Baxendale lives in Athens, Georgia, these days, but he still has Denver on his mind. In fact, he says has plans to move back here. Right now, though, the gifted guitar maker and former Colfax Guitar Shop owner has his hands full in Athens, between running his latest guitar shop, ... More >>
Among the biggest hits of the just-wrapped Colorado Innovation Network Summit was a ten-year-old boy from East L.A. Caine Monroy is the star of the short film Caine's Arcade (watch it below), which tells of how he built an arcade out of cardboard boxes in his dad's used auto parts store. The film we ... More >>
The Tour Divide is a harrowing bike race. And that's true even if you don't have diabetes. The 2,745 mile race follows the Continental Divide from Banff, Alberta to Antelope Wells, New Mexico and challenges racers to complete the distance unsupported by anyone else and living off the food and water ... More >>
By now you've seen Tupac's performance with Snoop Dogg last night at Coachella. The legendary rapper was brought back to life by Dr. Dre's production company in collaboration with Digital Domain, James Cameron's digital production company, and AV Concepts, a company based in Tempe, Arizona, using a ... More >>
Donnie DarkoEaster isn't a holiday that's rife with media and art devoted to it. There are few TV specials of which to speak. Save for Christian rock stations, no radio stations devote 24 hour coverage to Easter songs (which would pretty much amount to replaying "Easter Bonnet" and "Peter Cot ... More >>
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Saul Williams is a thought-provoking Renaissance man who has a way with words.
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