Steven Strait may be a promising actor, but this one should remain Undiscovered.
Tuesday, August 23, Pepsi Center, 303-830-8497.
What's black and white and red all over? Sin City, pal.
All-Star Weekend put a jewel in Francois Baptiste's production crown.
The NBA All-Star Game was one more fling for bling.
The NBA All-Stars' tallies don't always add up.
NBA All-Star Weekend
DJ Clinton Sparks has become a rising star by working harder than anyone else.
After the NBA's Pepsi fizz goes flat, George II must pump up the Nugs.
Get Lifted (Columbia Records)
Howard Hughes gets what he wants -- in this case, a fun and loving biopic.
Crunk Juice (TVT Records)
Only one man can save us from our own devastating lack of sex appeal.
Tuesday, July 20, Universal Lending Pavilion, 303-830-8497.
For national releases, 2003 wonked as much as it rocked.
Jay-Z hosts a listening party for his latest opus, The Black Album.
The Nuggets are ready to ride the new kid in town.
Charlie's high-flying heroines kick ass -- but not the sequel syndrome.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Gary Magness/Sarah Siegel
In Style Weddings
Get Rich or Die Tryin' (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)
God's Son (Columbia)
Saturday Night Live's prime player is rapidly outgrowing television's small screen
Marriage gets its close-up in My Wife Is an Actress.
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
Baseball's extraordinary season was staged by a mix of good and bad guys.
If Michael Jordan suits up again for the NBA, will that suit his fans?
Corner of Wadsworth and Alameda
Although this past year wasn't a film blockbuster, it had some bright spots.
Unwrapping our annual roundup of musical season's greetings -- and beatings.
Tiger, Tiger, still burning bright.
A performance veteran at 23, Ciria is hoping her music is meant to be.
By aiming for the lowest common denominator, Up in Smoke went over like gangbusters.
What would the face of rock history have looked like if the British Invasion had been a Britney Invasion instead?
Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
From South Park to Pokémon, 1999 was almost an American beauty.