Wayne Shorter, who headlines the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival on Friday, April 25, doesn't have typical days. The 80-year-old saxophone legend, who was a member of the Miles Davis Quintet and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, says it's all an adventure. The day we speak with him, Shorter tells us he is "ju ... More >>
It's a common saying around the Beltway: Politics is just show-business for ugly people. The parallels between politician and pop star are too numerous to list here, yet by simply looking at the quotes dolled out by rockers and legislators over the years -- and trying to figure out which belongs to ... More >>
During this heated election season, the American public is awash in "free enterprise" rhetoric, reassurances about the benevolence of the wealthy and parables about bootstraps. But these aren't new themes for those on the right side of the aisle; as KLZ Denver radio scripts from the 1940s demonstrat ... More >>
Lamborn.As we reported yesterday, Doug Lamborn said that being associated with Barack Obama was like touching a tar baby during a Friday radio appearance -- a gaffe for which he's now apologized. But did he need to? An editorial in the Colorado Springs Gazette suggests it was really no big de ... More >>
Ethel as Annie.While hired guns fight over the future of the iconic National Western Stock Show, at 8 p.m. tonight Colorado Public Television takes a trip to a quieter time -- back to 1951, when a newfangled media form known as "television" was sweeping the country, kids were learning to "duc ... More >>
Josh McDaniels.The speed with which Josh McDaniels's Denver Broncos career went south was absolutely stunning -- and we documented every misstep. Below, we've linked to and excerpted from twenty posts over twenty months that tell the tale, from personnel mistakes involving the likes of Jay Cu ... More >>
The park at the heart of Denver remains the center of controversy.
A dream of the future from the past still looks great right now.
The candidates are spit-shining their images, trying to prove that, really, they're not all the same person.
From the week of September 27, 2001
The Bills are really piling up around here!
Historian David McCullough burnishes the historical portrait of John Adams.
And Now, a Few Words From Al: A selection from Al Brooks's Tangents.
Al Brooks and Maxine Muntís theater disbanded last month with little notice. But anyone who ever trod the boards of the Changing Scene gives it rave reviews.
Winning the Governor's Mansion could be a religious experience for the GOP.
Is this crazy, or what? The only way Mildred Bennett can get her house back is to prove she's mentally disabled.
The Hopi want one of the largest coal mines in North America to stop using their groundwater. If springs and wells dry up, their ancient culture may disappear.
Colorado boxing continues to take a beating--for now.