While people scramble for reservations for a romantic dinner on February 14, two events today will be a feast for the senses. "An Appetite for Seduction," a Valentine's Day-inspired class at the Denver Botanic Gardens, will be hosted by Lee Clayton Roper, co-author of the award-winning cookbook A ... More >>
February got off to a bleak start, but there are several illuminating events on the culinary calendar this week, including the annual Dinner in the Dark, a benefit for the sight-impaired that gives diners a chance to experience food without seeing it. Keep reading for the details on that enlightenin ... More >>
The American Council of the Blind of Colorado's Million Penny Campaign, which kicks off at the first of the year and runs through March 31, is exactly that -- a penny collection drive. The non-profit will also take donations in any other amount, but the penny drive seemed like a great way to ask for ... More >>
This coming Monday, the American Council of the Blind of Colorado (ACBCO) challenges you to step out of your comfort zone -- and into the shoes of a visually impaired person. In honor of White Cane Day, the council is holding its first-ever Raisin' Cane event. At the crack of 8 a.m. on October 15 in ... More >>
What's creepier than a sex offender groping an unsuspecting woman who's legally blind? A sex offender groping an unsuspecting woman who's legally blind in front of her three-year-old son. The crime, for which James Rodgers was sentenced this week, is detailed in an arrest affidavit on view below.
On his website, masseuse Steven Noble notes that he is legally blind -- something he regards as a blessing. It's one of many posted statements that make him seem like an unlikely target for criminal charges. But the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office has now formally accused him of unlawfu ... More >>
What would you do for a $10 H&M gift certificate? Would you 127 Hours it? Give away a Klondike bar? Wait in the cold for seventeen hours? With pink eye? By midnight last night, over thirty people were lined up at the Denver Pavilions, waiting for today's noon opening of H&M. The first 500 ge ... More >>
The Curatorial Club
Musician and activist Brian Rocheleau started his Boulder Blind Cafe series last February; since then, he's put on four dinners (three in Boulder, one in Portland, Oregon), with a fourth scheduled for Austin, Texas. Last night was the start of the third round of the Boulder Blind Cafe (it r ... More >>
Mason Tvert.Mason Tvert, the main man behind SAFER, lives to promote the theory that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol -- and if he can hype his book Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink? at the same time, that's even better. These goals come together in Tvert's la ... More >>
"I really didn't see the stop sign, officer."Remember that gut-wrenching paranoia and the adrenaline that ran from your heart to your clinched knuckles as your driving instructor told you to "check your blind spot?" There's nothing scarier than a two-ton piece of machinery that can top a hund ... More >>
Sunday, August 17, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Alto's Wine Dinner in the Dark heightens the senses.
"V" Is for Vagina
Chris Ransick corrals poets to read for the blind and dyslexic.
With his hoop dreams quashed, Doug Martsch is back in the game.
Tunnel Vision Brilliance (Liquor and Poker)
ESPN2's Cold Pizza
Mandatory ESP (Self-released)
Über Cobra (Widespread Records)
PHAMALy finds ways to turn physical challenges into art.
The Basement Tapes
Untitled Sculpture by Larry Kirkland
Optometry (Thirsty Ear)
A sense of adventure powers Ann Cunningham’s tactile fairy tales.
Readers give our food critic something to chew on.
When an athlete -- and parent -- risks his life, does his calculation make him a hero or a zero?
The Northglenn Judo Club keeps kicking with the fray.