The programming at Black Sheep Fridays is very good at making adults feel awkward -- but in the best way possible. Now in its second year, the end-of-the-week get-together at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver challenges our stuck-up, grown-up brains to play live versions of Japanese game shows, ... More >>
April 21 was a day of introductions at KCNC-TV/Channel 4. The CBS affiliate broadcast its newscasts in full HD for the first time, unveiled new graphics, and welcomed recently hired anchor Karen Leigh, an Arkansas native most recently seen in the Minneapolis market, who takes the place of male co-ho ... More >>
Romance on TV generally sucks. Soap Operas ruin most of it, since love can't be an ending on a show that never ends—so nothing ends happily, no one stays together, no one can resist the wiles of a hermaphroditic demon patch-eyed midget. But the regular network offerings don't do much better. To ... More >>
With over a dozen songs licensed to television, he's ready for his close-up.
Monday, July 17, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700; Tuesday, July 18, Trilogy Wine Bar, Boulder, 303-473-9463.
The Baxter can't get the girl. Except maybe just this once.
Monday, February 21, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Mature Home Room provides insight into the aftermath of school shootings.
The Denver Film Festival looks at the effects of screen violence.
Rilo Kiley tiptoed toward success while you weren't looking.
Old friends encounter the shock of the new in Chuck & Buck.
Full of conspiracies, all The Skulls lacks is a brain.
Director Kevin Williamson extracts his revenge on Mrs. Tingle
August 12 - 18, 1999