It's that time again -- the Starz Denver Film Fest is here, bringing joy for the cinephile girls and boys. With almost 200 films in every genre, from all over the world, there's a lot to take in. To help navigate the schedule, we asked festival programmer Matt Campbell to steer us toward some of the ... More >>
Geoffrey Kent's A Midsummer Night's Dream was the highlight of this past summer's Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and now that the festival has just released its schedule for 2014, Kent is already mulling the production he'll direct next year: The Tempest. "I thought we made some bold choices on ... More >>
Peter Murphy co-founded the influential post-punk band Bauhaus in 1978 with Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins. Over the course of four full-length albums, Murphy and company creating an experience of heightened reality with its music that broke from convention, not just sonically but with lyrics ... More >>
BEATS ANTIQUE @ FILLMORE AUDITORIUM | 10/27/12 As the lights rose for the encore, multi-instrumentalist David Satori made sure to inform everyone at the Fillmore the importance of voting, and then went on to note that if you weren't planning on taking part in the process then in the very least, you ... More >>
Like many twelve-year-olds, Greg Paproski likes to board. But unlike most of those twelve-year-olds, he's focused on longboarding -- and spending the summer competing in races. With the help of his new sponsor, Dregs Skateboards, he's "hit" (longboard lingo for competed) three races in the North Ame ... More >>
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In this week's edition of Rough Mixes, we printed excerpts of Tom Murphy's recent chat with Dave Dictor from MDC. As you'll see from the full transcript posted after the jump, the band's frontman is still very much an iconoclast championing ideals that are as provactive as the revolving moniker of h ... More >>
Harmony Korine creates a Neverland for celeb impersonators in the singular and sincere Mister Lonely.
Harold and Kumar get shipped to Gitmo in this forced act two.
Yes, we have no bananas.
The band gets back together, and…and…and?
Jim Jarmusch succeeds by keeping Broken Flowers messy.
Sometimes an elephant joke just isn't funny.
Dan Zanes finds happiness in simpler, homemade music.
Three mammals and a baby try to keep us warm in Ice Age.
All Is Dream (V2)
Between optimism and despair, there's comic (and author) Richard Lewis.
You Can Count on Me starts small but works its way to greatness.
Ron Jeremy's S&M Sideshow
FOR VETERAN CORNET LEGEND RUBY BRAFF, IT'S ALWAYS SWING TIME.