"I believe that ancient Jews built boats and sailed to America/I am a Mormon, and a Mormon just believes," sings Elder Price in Matt Stone and Trey Parker's iconic musical, The Book of Mormon. And while the theological irreverence of a song like "Spooky Mormon Hell Dream," or the existential send-up ... More >>
Andrea Steele, founder and director of the International Freethought Film Festival describes herself as: "an agnostic atheist with secular humanist tendencies."
Like sexuality, comics and Occupy Wall Street, there are endless subgroups within the cultures that don't believe in god(s). And whether y ... More >>
See Also: Maudlin Magpie at Unit E, Saturday, July 14
Maudlin Magpie started out as the solo project of Jason Horodyski, but after two shows, Horodyski realized he preferred to make music with other people. The band went through different line-ups before settling with its current incarnation. What ... More >>
Friday night's installment of Feminism & Co., the third in this season's series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, was titled simply "Funny Women." But as the MCA has shown itself to be very good at doing, the museum had booked an expert in the field of funny: comedian Cory Kahaney. In turn, ... More >>
"People really bring their kids to this thing?" my girlfriend asks.
The kids, dressed in their Sunday best, hold their parents' hands as they walk toward the Magness Arena on the University of Denver campus. We follow behind, my girlfriend gripping my own hand tightly. At the foot of the steps the ... More >>
The late Christopher Hitchens was not only a great writer, he had a great appreciation for alcohol. And he got a lot of mileage from an incident that occurred in Aspen back in 1990.
Here's his account from a 1994 Vanity Fair:
"At a bar at the top of a ski lift at Aspen, Colorado, I was deni ... More >>