We've made no secret about our beef with One Book, One Denver -- specifically, that the program doesn't try very hard to find unknown novels by great authors, or even books by Colorado authors -- but so far this year we've neglected to put our money where our mouth is. So here's the first of ... More >>
Today is the deadline to vote for the next pick in the One Book, One Denver program. Your options: Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, The Art of Racing in the Rain, and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
Jef Otte wasn't thrilled by the choices, following in a long tradition of Westw ... More >>
Despite the fact that there is no known shortage of awesome writers, authors and poets in this town, the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs' One Book, One Denver program has a long history of coming up with arbitrary treacle that has nothing to do with Denver for the three selections it nomina ... More >>
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks explores the history of the woman whose stolen cells changed millions of lives.In her decade-in-the making tracing of a woman whose cells were instrumental to modern medicine, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, author Rebecca Skloot, a Colorado State Un ... More >>