In metal, stage flare is pulled from every corner and then piled high on stage, or in this case brushed, rolled, picked and gelled to such great heights. Most metal musicians are so busy perfecting their metal madness through instruments, they don't have time to be bothered with such trivial matters ... More >>
Craig Hlavaty I've had satellite radio in my life since Christmas. Nothing is better than falling asleep on the couch on a Saturday afternoon after a big fat lunch with Willie's Roadhouse playing; waking up every few hours to piss during a Ray Price cut and then falling back to sleep. What I love t ... More >>
Today marks the one year anniversary of the death of Type O Negative front man Peter Steele (aka Petrus T. Ratajczyk). The towering singer was found dead of heart failure following an unspecified illness at the age of 48. In memorandum of this one of a kind ex-Playgirl model, our resident Pet ... More >>
Live! with Regis and Kelly? Naw. We're good. Not that anybody's asking us, but if they were, we'd have to take a pass. That's just us, though. What do we know? Hell, it was probably pretty cool to meet someone who was actually around when dinosaurs roamed the earth (just joshing there, Reeg), and ... More >>
Photo by John JohnstonTom Tancredo loves this flag -- and he wants voters to know what's behind it.Last week, ex-Congressman and former presidential candidate Tom Tancredo, delivering the keynote address at the First National Tea Party Convention, drew accusations of racism when he suggested ... More >>
Do penises get smaller south of the border?
What do Mexicans really think of Speedy González?
50 Cent wants to be an actor…but he's not.
Inside the dirtiest joke ever told is a nugget of unadulterated joy.
What it is, how to get it and what pod-casting means to the world of radio.
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top ten music stories were all about winning the popular vote.
Dialing for attention
Matthew Helms is a martial-arts expert, a boy genius...and Hollywood's hair apparent.
Ira Glass tapes in Denver
It never blinks -- even when we wish it would.
A local lawsuit against the world's largest radio/concert firm threatens to expose the dark side of the entertainment business.
Lewis and Floorwax
Two local radio personalities get scorched by their own words.
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad.
From the week of October 19, 2000
The station says it's sorry about all the messes it's made. But it keeps making more.
From the week of September 28.
It's out with Howard Stern and in with more Britney as radio conglomerates chase the almighty buck.
If the news is offensive, how does local media report it? Very carefully.
KBCO's Bret Saunders is taking on the shock jocks -- and winning.
Denver's radio shakeup may leave some big names without a home.
Bisexual pudding wrestlers aside, Denver shock jock Rover MacDaniels says he's a true original.
The toughest executive in Denver radio pleads his case.
What can you get in trouble for saying on the radio these days? Not much.
The wit and wisdom of John Tesh. Seriously.