Zombies have never not been cool as f*ck, but thanks to the insane popularity of The Walking Dead, anything and everything zombie is what all the cool kids are into this Halloween season, and two of Denver's premier haunted houses are feeding some bwains into the trend with the "Undead" trapped-in-b ... More >>
This Thursday, August 16, marks the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. The iconic singer spent a great deal of time in the Centennial State and had many adventures. In honor of the King, Backbeat is sharing some of these stories all week. See also: - Bob Kortz on tracking down a black dia ... More >>
Backbeat is counting down the twenty most fabled moments in Denver music history. Today: A look back at when Pantera played at Mammoth Events Center in the mid '90s and fans took their fury out on the venue. See Also: - #10: Nirvana's first post-Nevermind show here, 1991 - #11: Bob Dylan crashe ... More >>
A small but sturdy herd of PETA activists is stomping its feet against the circus' stay in Denver. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals supporters took their grievances against Ringing Bros. & Barnum & Bailey's treatment of its elephants to the front of the coliseum this afternoon in hop ... More >>
Aaron ThackerayOh, how the time does fly. Next thing we knew it, Memorial Day was over and it was time to pay rent, and yet again, all our memories of all the fun we had are pretty much completely blotted out by a thick haze of roofies and blow. Luckily, we have a dedicated staff of photograp ... More >>
Denverites love the arts -- but the arts didn't officially become a part of the city structure until "1 percent for the arts," a program established under Mayor Federico Pe√Īa that earmarked one percent of any city construction project for art works. Even as that project grew, so did the str ... More >>
London-based singer Adele, touring North America this May in support of her forthcoming sophomore release, 21, which hits stores February 22, is slated to stop by the Ogden Theatre on Saturday, May 28. Tickets ($27.50-$30) go on sale this Saturday, February 12 at 10 a.m.
Ferry Corsten.SKYLAB Ferry Corsten, Bad Boy Bill, DJ Irene, Dieselboy and Wolfgang Gartner 09.25.10 | Denver Coliseum The lineup at Skylab this year was impressive, featuring names that have been in the electronic-music scene for a long time, including hard-house diva DJ Irene and one of the ... More >>
During times of trouble like this, it's heartening to see the outpouring of support. After the jump, we've posted all the benefits we're aware of that have been organized by local artists and cultural organizations that are pitching in to help. And rest assured, we'll be adding even more as we hear ... More >>
Anti I-70 expansion poster by EarthFirst! Activists with the radical environmentalist outfit EarthFirst! have apparently taken a hiatus from monkeywrenching logging trucks and boiling pine cones for sustenance during three-month tree-sits to run a campaign in urban Denver against the various propo ... More >>
What's So Funny steps into the ring with some masked men who mean business.
For some, the lure of the old Gates factory is undeniable. And it was deadly for one.
Red Rocks offers recycling ó but only if you trash your seat.
Scott Baxendale is fretting over Qwest.
Missing something? Don't tell your mom.
Denver's plummet from the summit.
Belle and the Beast retells a love story
Mainstream news offers little to the under-thirty crowd.
Olga and Federico Galindo have corralled the regional-Mexican concert market, the sounds of home.
Love and Theft (Columbia)
The Denver music community unites, while Together Productionís rave efforts fall apart.
Flying high with the Eaglecrest cheerleaders and their competitive sport.
By aiming for the lowest common denominator, Up in Smoke went over like gangbusters.
Your friends and neighbors have caught Ricky fever. Are you next?
Despite a potentially huge audience, Denver's Spanish-language radio languishes.
January 7 - 13, 1999
Members of the Colorado Xplosion have one last lunch together.
Despite financial uncertainty, media apathy and a shortage of fans, the women of the Colorado Xplosion still make net gains.
March 19-25, 1998
Tim McVeigh's not currently available, but there are other dateable patriots. Ask Marilyn.
Is gangsta rap getting more profound? Well...no.
March madness comes to Denver.