Marijuana fared a lot better than Democrats did at the polls yesterday. Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C. passed recreational marijuana measures closely modeled on Colorado's, and while a medical marijuana amendment failed in Florida, it still managed to collect 58 percent support. (Under Florida ... More >>
During the upcoming midterm elections, Hispanic voters are likely to be key in many races across the country -- but could they slow the move toward broader marijuana legalization? That possibility is among the takeaways from a Pew Research Center study looking at Latino voting trends. PRC found that ... More >>
Colorado Proud, the Colorado Department of Agriculture's food-promotion wing, is highlighting the harvest season this month with a 27-day, eleven-city "Choose Colorado" tour of the state, showcasing its best products. The tour will culminate with a private lunch for state dignitaries on August 27 fe ... More >>
CD sales have plunged over the last decade, but vinyl LPs have become increasingly trendy, with music fans still desiring a physical product to clutch to their chests on their way home. Recognizing this trend, several years ago musician Adam Baumeister (formerly of Bad Weather California) purchased ... More >>
CardHub.com has come up with its summer 2013 list of the best and worst travel cities, and Denver finished first in the domestic category when it comes to the combo of inexpensive flights, short travel times to popular destinations and accessibility, both logistically and financially. The methodolog ... More >>
Elton John is performing at the Wells Fargo Theatre on Tuesday, April 12 to benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation, founded by Dennis and Judy Shepard in memory of their 21-year old son, Matthew, who was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime in Wyoming in October 1998. Tickets ($49-$149) go on s ... More >>
Sarah Vowell is in town tonight for The Denver Post Pen & Podium lecture series at Newman Center for the Performing Arts, following the success of her book The Wordy Shipmates. We caught up with her for a quick interview just after she'd put the finishing touches on her next book, Unfamiliar ... More >>
The organizers of the Great American Beer Festival will make two changes for next year's big show, which will mark the thirtieth anniversary of world's largest commercial beer extravaganza. For starters, GABF -- which drew 49,000 attendees and 3,523 different beers -- will return to a later ... More >>
Speaking of getting back after it: If you haven't heard yet, DJ Nutmeg -- crowned Best DJ by us in 2004, who picked up stakes and moved to Hawaii the following year -- is back in town, and duder has wasted no time getting back into the, uh, mix. Tonight at the, ahem, Mix Music Lounge (see w ... More >>
It's all about who you know. What did Alaska do to piss off the DNC? Its delegation has worse seats at the Pepsi Center than Guam, which, for those of you who started skipping geography in first grade, isn't even a state -- and it's a helluva lot smaller besides. Before the convention is over, I p ... More >>
The Denver pick-up artists come out from their lair. Look out, ladies!
On the road to recovery with the Drive By Truckers.
This family's roots are in Vietnam, but the next generation is branching out.
Get out of Denver, baby, go!
Miners Alley acts up with its One-Act Festival.
John Cameron Mitchell takes a mile with his all-purpose, silly-fun musical Hedwig.
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made.
The young crook got my credit-card number. He also got my attention.
When the accused reject a not-guilty plea, Colorado's insanity law breaks down.
California Pizza Kitchen makes a compelling argument for quality casual dining.
Trapped in a prison race war, Tony Francis had three choices: kill, snitch or run. He found another way out.
Bones can tell a story--and forensic anthropologist Diane France keeps digging for the truth.
Life is never picture-perfect -- especially when a father shoots two of his sons.
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