Arcade Fire goes undercover.There have been billions of songs written in the last decade but sometimes it's not the new ones that matter, it's the reimaginings. Some people argue a great cover song is decided by it's accuracy to the original, others want something new to be brought into the m ... More >>
A Flickr photoOpen wide...A new Associated Press-Petside.com poll reveals that 63 percent of dog owners and 53 percent of cat owners surveyed would be at least "somewhat likely" to perform CPR on their pets in the event of an emergency. But undoubtedly the number of people who'd actually know ... More >>
The study of neighbors through their lawn ornaments.... click image to enlarge Figure 25. Westwood: Shaved shrub serves as shelter for Cher statuette Westwood was annexed into Denver in 1947, but it manages to maintain its country-bumpkin charms. The diagonal dissection of Morrison Road gives the ... More >>
Sonny, with a friend. Dogs: you think you know them -- but do you really? In recent weeks, this question has taken on a great deal of importance at my house, which is ruled, to one degree or another, by Sonny, our beloved seven-year-old Miniature Schnauzer, who has recently come out of the kenn ... More >>
Kim Gore and company’s retro romp is straight outta Motown.
Heart Gone Sober
Saturday, May 6, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Thursday, February 16, Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom, 1-866-464-2626.
Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee becomes a thing of beauty.
From the week of September 15, 2005
Sunday, April 10, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Backbeat scribes weigh in on their favorite national releases from 2004.
The Denver Cycle Sluts celebrate 25 years in the Queen City.
Upstart opera company clears its throat
Starz Cabaret, Club Dream
The cast of Starz Cabaret is ready for fun.
Things to do in Denver when you’re dead.
The Folk Years: A Singers and Songwriters Collection (Time Life Music)
A mediocre Wind bags only a few charming laughs.
Roosters Bar & Patio
Japanese cartoons will be center stage at the Nan Desu Kan 6 convention.
Jeffco is a public-records embarrassment.
Buddha Records introduces a new generation to an old formula.
Heritage Square Music Hall pays tribute to three decades of rock and roll.
The state's top paintball player may be a fashion-conscious grandmother.
Things We Lost in the Fire (Kranky)
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
Music (Maverick/Warner Bros.)
Who's changed more -- Trisha Yearwood or country music?
The Aluminum Group, Patricia Barber, Schneider TM, The Souvenirs
Two new releases -- and a certain music awards showcase -- prove Denver's no one-note town.
Bones can tell a story--and forensic anthropologist Diane France keeps digging for the truth.
Two years ago, a deadlocked jury saved Thomas luther from the death penalty. But the legacy of his crimes continues.
The jurors in the Thomas Luther trial band together to work for the death penalty.
Cher Elder's family knew all about Thomas Luther. The jury didn't.
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