You really don't have to celebrate Mother's Day like everyone else. Modern moms are an independent bunch, and they may not want to spend their big day knitting by the hearth or enjoying whatever stereotypical pastime they're supposed to prefer. Moms just aren't like that anymore. Following are five ... More >>
The 7News story about CIA director David Petraues's resignation that featured a doctored book cover reading All Up in My Snatch instantly joined the pantheon of great Denver TV news bloopers. But while some gaffes -- like '80s-era KCNC anchor Madeline McFadden asking weatherman Larry Green what happ ... More >>
It must have been tough for Denver designer Mondo Guerra to keep a secret for so long, but on Thursday night, the reality-show contestant could finally let it out: He was the winner of Project Runway All Stars.
In a watch party held at the Exdo Event Center, Guerra had gathered with a few hundred o ... More >>
Will Mondo get robbed again, or will he finally triumph? That's still the big question on the minds of loyal fashionistas across the very universe. But either way, we already know that Mondo Guerra has a bright future ahead of him.
Denver designer Mondo Guerra is about to emerge from the Project Runway vortex after a two-year stay, and he'll be the latest personality to try and prove that there are second acts in the lives of American reality-TV stars.
Since Season 8 of the Lifetime reality show began filming in June 2010, an ... More >>
J. WohletzNaughty, naughty chocolate sauce.Not all festivals are as interesting at the Colorado Chocolate Festival, which a Dana Cain creation that started out with chocolate-covered Twinkies, wine slushes, a guy dressed up like a box of Swiss Miss cocoa, some fine local chocolate makers kic ... More >>
Chris Parente (left) and his partner, Jacob Pacheo participated in a mock wedding. It's a consistent argument against gay marriage that it just ain't natural, that gays are in some way deviant and that to allow them to wed would be a corruption of the very fabric of society. The GLBT Wedding ... More >>
Cancellation? Cue the sad horn noise.It'll be a substantially less gay old time than previously anticipated at the Curious Theatre tomorrow: OUT @ Curious, the theater company's tribute to the more festive segment of its audience that we told you about in the Night Day section of this week's ... More >>
Oh, that Chris Loffelmacher. He promised a spectacle and, by god, he delivered. Last night's Frock Out 2010 fashion showdown at the Denver Central Library rocked it hard, baby, interspersing a drop-dead battalion of strutting models with sideshow curiosities both real and imagined on the runw ... More >>
Dan Savage (right) and his partner, Terry, in their video.Last month, syndicated columnist Dan Savage -- whose advice column, Savage Love, is published in Westword -- started the It Gets Better Project in response to recent gay teen suicides.
Savage called upon LGBT adults to make YouTube v ... More >>
A Flickr photo.Got some gaps in your culinary education? There are seven different culinary workshops, discussions and demonstrations this week, plus tons of wine tastings, Dining Out for Life and the inaugural Boulder Brew and Music Festival. Keep reading for a taste of what's ahead:
Monda ... More >>
Kellie MacMullan, at a bowling event wih the Flobots, proves she's got balls.Ever since News on the Deuce debuted in late March, local viewers have known they're likely to see something unintentionally funny (or at least uncomfortably lame) within seconds of tuning in. But few moments have be ... More >>
A Channel 31 photo of "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest being quizzed by 2/31's Chris Parente.
Yesterday's American Idol auditions took place out of the view of local news cameras, in order to save the good, the bad and the ugly for the talent contest's next season of broadcasts. But that didn't s ... More >>
The Deuce's new logo.
The idea of Channel 2 rechristening itself as "The Deuce" -- a popular slang term for bowel movements -- in a strained attempt to woo a more youthful audience was mighty amusing. Still, even this decision couldn't adequately prepare viewers for the off-the-rails catastrophe th ... More >>