Last month, we started exploring 99 gorgeous Colorado places as spotlighted on Colorado.com -- and on part one, featuring sites numbered 99 through 81, we barely scratched the surface. For part two, which encompasses picks 80 through 67, we unearth more hidden gems, as revealed through videos and Co ... More >>
One of the most popular online chat queries is, "What's the craziest place you've ever had sex?" In an attempt to get a local take on this important question, we checked out a slew of websites (all linked below) and came up with ten adventurous, often chilly and occasionally disturbing answers from ... More >>
Flipper (due tonight and tomorrow night at the Lion's Lair) got its start in 1979 in the creatively fertile arts and music scene in San Francisco. Formed after the break-up of Negative Trend and including two former members of that band, Will Shatter and Stephen DePace, Flipper didn't set out to be ... More >>
It's gonna blow!Last weekend, the Denver Center Theatre Company's New Play Summit featured Great Wall Story, a play by Lloyd Suh based on the true story of how, in 1899, three Denver reporters came up with a hoax that the Great Wall of China was being torn down. It was quite a ruse, and it ca ... More >>
This weekend's New Play Summit at the Denver Center Theatre Company made it clear that after decades of sometimes sputtering movement, Denver has finally become a serious force in American theater. A large crowd -- local and national playwrights, press folk, tech people, poor actors and ric ... More >>
One-year-olds dive into cake for posterity
The feds were already suspicious of scientist Wen Ho Lee. Then they discovered he’d downloaded every secret in the nuclear arsenal.