Restaurant owners have access to a rich and varied language when they choose the names of their establishments; they can also delve in to the languages of other cultures for inspiration. In fits of creativity, new words are even invented to give individuality to a fledgling business. So it's always ... More >>
John WilliamsFor years this space has been the repository of staff rants about the weird selections made by the city's One Book, One Denver program -- most of which have little or nothing to do with Colorado and seem to be, at best, a nod toward oh-so-PC mediocrity. The worst offender may be ... More >>
The selection of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird for this year's "One Book, One Denver" city-wide book club program must have seemed like a safe bet politically. The book's long been entombed in the shrine of high literature, a staple among middle-school curricula everywhere. Plus, this ye ... More >>
One Book, One Denver makes a killer comeback.
"Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read," Scout, the young tomboy narrator, confides in To Kill a Mockingbird. "One does not love breathing." Now, To Kill a Mockingbird has been called on to breathe new life into One Book, One Denver, the program that promotes reading by havin ... More >>
A second, slimmer Capote movie fails to improve on its predecessor.
Inside a courtroom drama playing at a theater near you.
In Capote, a murder leads to a masterpiece leads to an undoing.
Traveling Pants is an ill fit for the screen, but teens and tweens will love it.
Mile High Mayhem rumbles into town
Will everyone in Boulder please get on the same page?
Paul Borrillo in To Kill a Mockingbird
A new staging of To Kill a Mockingbird holds its own.