When choosing a costume, creativity is key, especially if you want to avoid cliché pop culture choices or the same old traditional options. This Halloween, why not look for inspiration around our great city, with its never-ending stream of colorful characters, iconic symbols and inside jokes? Here ... More >>
Over the years, Denver has generated a wide variety of memorable television commercials. But until recent years, spots tended to live on only in memory -- like the Tree Farm jingle ("Take I-25 to exit 235, and five miles west to the Tree Farm") that was impossible to forget no matter how hard viewer ... More >>
You would have thought that getting voters to approve a bond measure to build a new jail -- smack in the heart of the artsy Golden Triangle, at the edge of the revived Civic Center -- would have been the challenging task. But that was a breeze compared to coming up with a name for Denver's new justi ... More >>
Today started out like any other day: 6 a.m. coffee, a couple of smokes, some news and left overs from the night before. I turned on the TV and flipped to MSNBC, because that was the one big news network that I happened to see setting up Sunday afternoon by the train station. As soon as I turned it ... More >>
Have you been injured in an auto accident? If so, call attorney Frank Azar, "The Strong Arm." He’s been fighting insurance companies in Colorado for years and he’ll get you a $25,000 settlement. Then, you can turn around and sue Frank Azar (profiled by Westword in 2002) for half of a million dol ... More >>
The Pleasures Dudes aren't the only ones offering cheap shills.
From the week of January 2, 2003
From the week of December 26, 2002
It's no accident that business is booming for car-wreck reconstructionists.
Pulling the plug on attorney advertising could get somebody sued -- including the State of Colorado