In recent days, we've shared top ten lists of the most popular Denver natives on Internet Movie Database and the most popular Boulderites on IMDB -- a pair of rosters that were full of surprises. The same is true of today's list, featuring the ten most popular people from Colorado Springs. They inc ... More >>
Yesterday in this space, we nodded to ten Colorado-connected hotties, ingenues and reality-TV stars. But our square state is known for funny business, too. Turns out the list of notables who were born or lived here includes lots of notable comedians and comic actors -- some hugely famous, others get ... More >>
Thursday, July 26, Wells Fargo Theater, 303-830-8497. Thursday, July 26, Wells Fargo Theater, 303-830-8497.
The groundbreaking sci-fi series The Twilight Zone is still socially relevant, and it's also inspired much social satire since it first appeared on television sets in 1959. The homage and spoofs range from many Simpsons episodes to a Melvins song to the Theater Company of Lafayette's Return t ... More >>
Chris GravesFilm producer Chris Graves, who also runs Bardo Coffee House on South Broadway, first thought up the idea for his new Denver-based sitcom pilot, 13th and Pearl, fifteen years ago. "I used to hang out around 13th and Pearl back in the day, in the mid-90s, and I thought it would ma ... More >>
Chris Eigeman, Denver guy. As a certain Westword editor-in-chief likes to say, Denver has exactly ONE in-town celebrity. His name rhymes with “smellway.” But unless you spend Tuesday nights sucking down saketinis and $45 steaks in Cherry Creek, you are not likely to encounter the Mile High Cit ... More >>
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week.
Sunday, March 12, Gothic Theatre, 303-788-0984.
The top WTF moments of 2005.
With plenty of gore and even more bore, House of Wax can't hold a candle to the original.
Vin Diesel moves in, and the laughs move out.
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top ten music stories were all about winning the popular vote.
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched