Our Melanie Asmar has been reporting about efforts to attract more moviemakers to Colorado -- and one great selling point is to check out the classics that have been partly filmed here over the years. Below, count down our ten favorites, as culled from the flicks listed on the FilmInColorado.com we ... More >>
During a conference call shortly after the November 2012 passage of Amendment 64, Governor John Hickenlooper and Colorado Attorney General John Suthers encouraged U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to make announcing the federal government's response to the bill a priority. Then, in March, Holder sai ... More >>
Nearly six months after the mass shooting in Aurora, Cinemark, the owner of the theater where the massacre occurred, is reopening the site to the public on Friday, sparking backlash from victims' families. More debate could arise about some of the movies being screened for free over the weekend -- i ... More >>
President Barack Obama took Friday off from the campaign trail -- but he didn't put all politicking on hold. He did a number of interviews, including a big one with MTV and satellite chats with a handful of local reporters from toss-up states, including 9News' Kyle Clark, who definitely came out swi ... More >>
When we arrived at work this morning, we were greeted by a mound of yellow gelatin that was cold to the touch and sitting upon a black plastic food tray ringed with leafy green garnish like a church-picnic dessert gone horribly wrong. Lying atop the slimy heap was a DVD with a note made to look like ... More >>
Corey Donahue.On Friday, the Denver Anarchist Black Cross, a collective that defends the rights of those involved in mass political and social movements, announced its intention to firmly remove itself from the arena of Occupy Denver. By the time of its decision, the twelve-person group had d ... More >>
You don't want to mess with former CIA contractor Raymond Davis -- not if you're operating a motor vehicle, anyway. The 37-year-old Davis was arrested Saturday and later charged with felony assault after police say he beat up a guy who stole his parking spot at an Einstein Bros. Bagels in Highlands ... More >>
"A lot of people consider the practice of journalism with a lot of scorn, and sometimes it's deserved," says veteran newsman Greg Dobbs, who'll talk about his new book, Life in the Wrong Lane: Why Journalists Go in When Everyone Else Wants Out, at 6 p.m. tonight at the Denver Press Club. "But ... More >>
Amy Herdy teaching at the National University of Modern Languages, or NUML, in Islamabad. Editor's note: Amy Herdy, a former Denver Post and Channel 9 journalist who's currently the advisor for the University of Colorado at Boulder's CUIndependent.com online newspaper, is in Pakistan under the ausp ... More >>
The devil horse. The one-world murals. The underground tunnels where aliens (the extraterrestrial ones) hang out. Yes, Denver International Airport has a lot of scary stuff. Starting with the name of its terminal: Jeppesen. It was supposed to honor pioneering aviation navigator Elrey Jeppesen, who ... More >>
Errol Morris cuts the Abu Ghraib MPs some slack in Standard Operating Procedure.
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner.
This cover story in this Sunday's New York Times Magazine is a lengthy but surprisingly slipshod examination of the Robert Charles Browne case, the former tree farmer who claims to be one of the most prolific serial killers in history, with 48 victims scattered across the country. The piece, by Chip ... More >>
A new documentary targets the military-industrial complex.
Sake to them
Streisand and Hoffman save a family -- and a movie, too.
Backbeat scribes weigh in on their favorite national releases from 2004.
The Nugs strive to prove that their Melo-Kmart blend is the ticket to glory.
Tilt-a-Whirl World puts a twist on Lakeside
Saul Williams is a thought-provoking Renaissance man who has a way with words.
Jonathan Demme brings a joyful revolutionary to the screen.
There's little merit to The Big Bounce.
Sculpture sprouts in Loveland
Music's lunatic fringe lives, breathes and flourishes on the shortwave radio dial.
The Wait is over for local fans to see NPRs comedy hit.
The Big Ka-Boom, Part One (Alternative Tentacles)
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
He refused to spy for Uncle Sam. Is the FBI spying on him?
When you're starving -- for help, for attention, for food -- everything's kosher.
Denver readies itself for a bio-bomb — but is the federal program behind this exercise a dud?
The feds were already suspicious of scientist Wen Ho Lee. Then they discovered he’d downloaded every secret in the nuclear arsenal.
Laundered money, the shadow of big tobacco, and a blubbering court reporter: The wild trial over Colorado's Amendment 15.
HE SAID HE WORKED FOR THE CIA AND HAD A HIDDEN PIPELINE TO KUWAITI OIL MONEY. BUT POLICE NEVER DID CATCH UP TO COLORADO SCAM ARTIST JOHN SAVAGE--OR HIS MILLIONS.TRUE LIES WHEN HE DIED IN AUGUST, MASTER CRIMINAL JOHN SAVAGE LEFT BEHIND A TRAIL OF UNANSWERE