With two Halloween events, three filthy shows and three comedy contests, October humor is shaping up to be scary, sexy and heavily competitive. After a summer of record-breaking comedy festivals, you can fall into the autumnal weather with some bone-chilling monologues of creepy copulation with Bob ... More >>
Among the many avant-garde artists and writers with whom Donald Sutherland was friends were Gertrude Stein and her life partner, Alice B. Toklas. Sutherland's friendship with Stein began when she praised his 1937 book, Child with a Knife. In 1951, he wrote the first text dedicated to a stylistic stu ... More >>
Tonight at Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver will be graced with the four-part Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour, where audiences will see the legendary Nintendo game soundtrack scored by a collection of classically trained musicians. But is this just another gimmick to get people out to ... More >>
Richard Brautigan spent a few years basking in the celebrity sun as the author of such counterculture classics as Trout Fishing in America and In Watermelon Sugar. But it was a short honeymoon, and the writer, who came up from poverty, fell into a trough of depression and alcoholism later in life. H ... More >>
ABC pulled a swap with the first segment of Celebrity Wife Swap, moving up the episode that had been scheduled for next week to this past Tuesday. And what swap led off the new season? Pastor Ted Haggard traded wives with Gary Busey, sending his mate -- who already deserved hazard pay for weathering ... More >>
David Fincher has made a name for himself by giving audiences cerebral stories with a penchant to wash out color as often as possible. His latest film was the universally applauded Social Network, but before he wowed the critics he won over the common people with some of the best films to eve ... More >>
Oh, to have the Purell franchise at the University of Colorado at Boulder graduation ceremony, taking place at Folsom Field at 8:30 a.m. this morning. Earlier this week, reports surfaced about three possible swine-flu cases at CU, but officials decided against canceling the celebration, pimped in ... More >>
Will Baumgartner is back in Action.
Poignant Irritations paints an intriguing portrait of Stein and Toklas.
Central City's The Tales of Hoffmann offers a sensuous feast.
Cooking up the perfect holiday party to cap off the year.
Picnic fails to serve a satisfying main course.
Last Train to Nibroc makes the most of two talented actors.
Listening to the distant echoes of a pop-rock genius.
At Denver's Modern Drunkard magazine, the glass is always half full.