Kaylana Fief's Facebook page is filled with photos highlighting two passions: her adorable daughter and cute critters of the sort she studies as an animal behavior student. But the way she allegedly combined the two has gotten Fief in trouble with the law. She's been cited with child abuse and her h ... More >>
Mundane things like ordering from a menu, talking to a doctor, applying for a job or navigating traffic signs can be hard for people who don't know a country's language. When non-English speaking people migrate into the United States, one of the biggest obstacles they face is figuring out how to com ... More >>
What are the best places in Colorado to find a job? The folks at the Nerd Wallet website have just released a list that attempts to answer that question, and surprisingly enough, several cities that almost always wind up on such rosters -- including Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs -- are nowher ... More >>
Joan Crawford once famously proclaimed that she loved playing bitches. But back in 1928, in Our Dancing Daughters, the film that made her a star, Crawford played quite a different role: a jilted roaring '20s party girl. And you can see that movie for free this week, as well as experience a video art ... More >>
Pigeons are frequently referred to as rats with wings. But that doesn't mean they can be publicly beaten to death -- especially in Boulder. Which explains the charges against two CU Boulder students accused of doing just that.
FlickrThere's a reason raccoons wear masks. They're natural bandits. But there's a better way of dealing with such a rapscallion than beating him to death with a bat and then skewering him with a machete -- which is precisely what three students, including Nicholas Foti (whose Facebook page f ... More >>
Brian Bradley's artwork reflects his struggles with diabetes and the health-care system
As yet another example of the seemingly inexhaustible generosity of the members of our local music community, this weekend finds nearly two dozen acts from the scene rallying around the people of Japan with a pair of like-minded benefits, A Mountain of Arms at City Hall and Tomodachi: A Conce ... More >>
There are two versions of Christian Laswell's story, his lawyer said in court this morning. In one version, the 29-year-old seen here is a pimp of several women, including a seventeen-year-old girl and his sister, nineteen-year-old Theresa Laswell. In another version offered by his lawyer, h ... More >>
Probably nowhere in cinema right now is there anyone making films as consistently smart, witty and engaging as those of the Coen Brothers. By the time O Brother, Where Art Thou came out eleven years ago, with instant classics like The Big Lebowski and Fargo already under their belt, the Coens ... More >>
Alyson Tabb, a Westminster native, earned a Culinary Institute of America scholarship.The Culinary Institute of America's Cream of the Crop scholarship has been awarded to only about ten young chefs a year for the past twelve years. So the chance of someone who'd just started cooking and baki ... More >>
There are plenty of dinners and tastings for oenophiles this week -- plus some beer and St. Germain action thrown in for good measure. Here's a taste of what's to come: Monday, July 26: Frasca Food and Wine, 1738 Pearl Street, presents its weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner. This week, winemak ... More >>
Mason Tvert prefers Emerald to Amethyst.For indefatigable marijuana booster Mason Tvert, founder of the advocacy organization Safer Alternative For Enjoyable Recreation (SAFER), April 1 is a very big day. Rallies are scheduled to take place at more than eighty colleges and universities across ... More >>
Don't you go around saying there's never anything new happening in town. You can get a shock of the new tonight, in fact, when Paragon Theatre hosts an edition of The Trench, the company's ongoing new play reading series, which offers a first look at works by locals. A talented young cast, in ... More >>
Terra Ramirez knows what it's like to be a victim -- and to victimize.
After a local scandal made them stand down, Army recruiters work to put more boots on the ground.
The Rocky Flats Web site is dark -- but terrorists may already have a blueprint for the former nukes plant.
Matthew Mirabal was convicted of killing his wife. But his church still wants to save him.
The government built a nuclear-weapons plant sixteen miles upwind of Denver. But decades passed before the public got wind of what was happening there.
Life as Gloria Lamar knew it ended almost five years ago. But her heart beats on.
Part-time instructor John Hart claims he had something to teach the Community College of Aurora. But was his lesson plan too personal?
Barnes Business College may have shut down, but it's still giving taxpayers the business.
WHAT'S THE DRILL? AFTER A SEVEN-YEAR LEGAL BATTLE, THAT'S WHAT THESE FORMER STUDENTS WOULD LIKE TO KNOW.
THE AUTOGRAPH MAN TRACKS DOWN THE FAMOUS AND, WELL, OTHERS, TOO.
THE ARCHDIOCESE GETS AN EX-TEACHER'S SUIT THROWN OUT ON CONSTITUTIONAL GROUNDS.