Forty years ago, bombs exploded in Boulder, killing six Chicano activists. Their deaths are still shrouded in mystery: Who killed them and why? Were they plotting a bombing? Did the police and FBI entrap them? Were they murdered? Su Teatro's Tony Garcia has written Cuarenta y Ocho, a play that explo ... More >>
Whether you are interested in cultural documentaries, classic dramas or anti-colonial revenge films, this year's XicanIndie Film Festival promises to showcase the most innovative and intriguing Latino, Chicano and global indigenous films. Here are five must-see selections from the festival, which st ... More >>
It's not every weekend that a handful of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize-winners and international artists converge on the area. But this weekend the Americas for Conservation and the Arts will present the inaugural Americas Latino Festival of Colorado, a green event celebrating the nation's largest ... More >>
Former Congressman and gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo has purchased an advertisement in tomorrow's edition of The Metropolitan, the student newspaper for Metro State University of Denver -- one that could cost the school plenty. Tancredo confirms that the ad (see it below) seeks plaintiffs for ... More >>
Over the weekend, while reporting at the launch of Mitt Romney's Colorado campaign headquarters, we asked some of the state's GOP officials in attendance, what they thought of President Barack Obama's new policy about deportations and undocumented youth. Unsurprisingly, they're not pleased.
New laws in dozens of states could take out Barack Obama this fall.
Editor's note: This is the latest profile in Kelsey Whipple's ongoing series highlighting local political activists. The first time Belinda Garcia was confronted by racism, she was in a public pool. During elementary school, she, her parents and four siblings walked into a Denver YMCA and stood the ... More >>
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El Centro Su Teatro continues a Denver tradition.
Are young listeners abandoning broadcast radio?
Cheech doles out advice on his second-favorite subject.
Chicano poetry seeks the truth
Metro students strive to fill in the blank spots -- and heal old wounds -- in local Chicano history.
Columbine and a love of film give birth to a bucktoothed vampire.
It may be the thought that counts, but only donations will keep the Colorado AIDS Project out of trouble.
Two new books explode myths about the Crusade for Justice--and throw some stink bombs of their own.
What will happen when Denver's model of integration, Manual High, returns to the old days of segregation?