Pop culture incrementally improved the chances that books would outlive CDs when news spread that Lil Wayne had inked a deal to write a memoir about the eight months he spent locked up on gun charges. Titled Gone 'Til November, the book is scheduled to be released in May. While the hip-hop blogosphe ... More >>
Molly Ringwald, who comes from a family of voracious readers, started writing as a child -- before she became an '80s teen icon who starred in such John Hughes films as Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink and The Breakfast Club -- but says she never really thought she'd publish anything. Last year, thou ... More >>
In her 1996 novel Push, Sapphire ventured into the profoundly dark territory of a young black girl's experience growing up in late '80s Harlem. The book dealt with the difficult topics of incest, rape, AIDS, illiteracy, poverty and violence toward infants, yet none of this prevented the 2009 film ad ... More >>
Mitya is releasing its new CD tonight at the LarimerBorrowing its name from the carousing, profligate brother in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic novel, The Brothers Karamazov, Mitya (due tonight at Larimer Lounge with Young Analogs and Sparkle & Burn) has spent the last handful of years evolving ... More >>
Clinton Portis.Gather round, all ye Denver blog post seekers.
Mile High Report's fan poster rossiya asks fans if the Broncos should invite newly released Clinton Portis back into the fold. The overwhelming response thus far? No.
At Colorado Education News, Peter Huidekoper Jr. reveals what ... More >>
The 19th century Russian novelists have a reputation for dense (for many an AP high school student, nightmarishly dense) character studies, giant tomes that spend the majority of their considerable bulk methodically dissecting characters and mapping out how they tick -- and of those character ... More >>