Jane Wells has devoted a decade to documenting human rights abuses throughout the world. She served as producer on The Devil Came on Horseback, a chronicle of the genocide in Darfur, and most recently directed the feature documentary Tricked, about sex trafficking in the United States. While working ... More >>
Recognize this fella? Do you know from which country the U.S. of A. declared its independence in 1776? If so, consider yourself among the 74 percent of Americans who do. If not, consider yourself dumber than a first grader, which is when everyone learns about George Washington and how he comm ... More >>
For me, Friday night's show at the hi-dive embodied everything that I love about Denver's shimmering live music scene. With three heavy hitters on the bill from three different-yet-complementary genres, I just wanted to camp out forever, right in front of the hi-dive's humble stage. Any one of the b ... More >>
A sour-spirited play thats best left unseen.
Arts and culture rule the Black Is CultureFeast.
Non-fiction continues its ascent on the screen.
Sunday, October 7, Mercury Cafe, 303-294-9281.
The Wayne Coyne profile that appears in the September 13 edition of Westword represents the SparkNotes version of a recent interview. Below, find the original text of our conversation with the Flaming Lips frontman, appearing unabridged and in its entirety. Coyne talks amusingly and at length about ... More >>
Opposition is a commodity in Sundance documentaries.
Even horny horse whisperers get off in Sundance docs.
The message is in the medium at the Mizel Museum's new show.
From the week of 01/11/2007
Although even supporters of Tom Tancredo and Marilyn Musgrave would agree that they don't rock, the twosome wound up in the current issue of Rolling Stone anyhow, albeit for unflattering reasons. The Matt Taibbi-penned cover story of the November 2 issue is headlined "The Worst Congress Ever: How ... More >>
Mr. Lif's thought-provoking rhymes take you back in time.
Heaven help the Colorado Rockies this season.
Eastwood's latest Baby proves he's still a money player.