Rocker/gun-rights fan Ted Nugent is backing Tom Tancredo for governor and has even authorized a fundraising letter in which donors are entered into a contest for a new AR-15. (See it below.) But will such support cost Tancredo as much as it gains? After all, Texas gubernatorial hopeful Gregory Abbot ... More >>
Science Fiction Land could have been huge. Proposed in 1979, the idea was to build a huge theme park in Aurora with a holographic zoo and a 1,000-lane bowling alley attended by robots. The park was to also serve as the set of a $50 million sci-fi flick called Lord of Light. The movie never happened, ... More >>
Ted Nugent's comment that if Barack Obama is re-elected, the Nuge will "either be dead or in jail by this time next year" has elevated the Motor City Madman to the status of talking point/progressive whipping boy in this year's presidential race. Which is amusing to yours truly, given that he's said ... More >>
Sal Pace.Pueblo Democrat Sal Pace is giving up his post as minority leader of the Colorado House. But he's not resigning as representative for House District 46, and neither is he making a break with politics. Far from it: He plans to run against Scott Tipton in the 3rd Congressional Distric ... More >>
Video below.While neither Occupy Denver nor its donors have been getting much love from the Denver Police Department, at least OD dog leader Shelby is generating good publicity nationwide. Last night, the pooch scored airtime on Rachel Maddow's MSNBC program courtesy of a photo and quote from ... More >>
World renowned press conference showman LeBron James -- or LeBenedict James, as he is known in Ohio -- played in the final game of the NBA Championships two nights ago, while all of Cleveland, including his former teammates on the Cavaliers who weren't busy with their day jobs as fry cooks an ... More >>
The world right now is full of insurrection. In China, in Iran, in Palestine, in the Mediterranean, all across North Africa, even in Wisconsin, thousands of men and women are agitating for their rights and, as it often turns out, for their lives. In the spirit of global solidarity, the Thin M ... More >>
Cartoonist Ed Stein brings his comic strip to a close at a time of crisis for editorial cartooning.
Consummate sideman Eddie Turner steps into the spotlight.
Metro State's basketball coach keeps old school new.
Tapping into his own past, dancer Thaddeus Phillips makes magic.
The Tragically Hip doesn't believe in dumbing down its music to reach wide audiences. As a result, it's the most popular band in Canada.
During its first week on the air, Channel 31's news demonstrates a little substance and a lot of style.
Photos show the color of Times Square through black-and-white photography.
Cubanismo! makes music in high Fidelity.
Once permanent U.S. residents, these "non-deportables" are now locked up in what should be no man's land.
A Sterling man is on a lonely crusade to atone for the sins of his race.
Meet Jay Marvin, Denver's only one-man radio team.
Fatherhood has given Billy Bragg a new reason to make music.
When the U.S. declared war on drugs, Colorado's carnation industry went up in smoke
A VETERAN OF NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNS MAKES A RUN AT CITY HALL.
TED NUGENT OFFERS MORE RUMINATIONS ON THE AMERICAN DREAM.
The Bills. Live with it.