Carrie Vaughn is missing. It's a little after ten on a Sunday morning, and this year's MileHiCon -- Colorado's oldest science-fiction and fantasy convention -- is beginning its third and final day. In a Hyatt Regency Tech Center meeting room, a panel titled "Literary Genre or Marketing Label?" is f ... More >>
A popular trope in horror movies involves a family that finds out a just-purchased house is haunted -- and then can't get anyone to buy it. In the real world, such properties wind up on the market, too...hopefully with less dreadful consequences for purchasers than those in, say, The Conjuring. TopT ... More >>
Rosenberg's Bagels & Delicatessen 725 East 26th Avenue 720-440-9880 rosenbergsbagels.com To make the perfect bagel, you need three key components: a great recipe, a flexible process managed by a knowledgeable bagel maker, and New York water, says Josh Pollack. That's a very specific formula, but it ... More >>
TripAdvisor has come up with its choices for best landmarks and parks in the U.S. and the world -- and one in Colorado finished very, very high on the list. How well did it do? Count down the photo-illustrated top ten below, featuring TripAdvisor text and links to each location. To see the original ... More >>
Joan Dickinson blurs genres to create works that span the mediums of drawing, literature, film and performance. The current artist in residence at PlatteForum, she will display genre-bending work inspired by the astrological and paranormal there at a show that opens today; she's been working with st ... More >>
Celebrity chef Mario Batali has done some controversial things over the years, some of them humorous (wearing shorts in all seasons), others not so much (comparing bankers to Stalin and Hitler). But his thoughts on how much easier it was to get into the business twenty years ago aren't likely to cou ... More >>
With the help of water that replicates the liquid assets coming from taps of New York City, Josh Pollack is now creating what could be the best bagels west of the Hudson River with his and his Rosenberg's Bagels at Gather, the full-service cafe that opened this month in Galvanize. See also: -Gathe ... More >>
By Scott Foundas In his brief remarks before the first public screening of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford praised the Sundance Institute's ongoing filmmaker development labs as "our core," noting that the festival itself was conceived "to create an audience for the filmmakers in ou ... More >>
The brand new History Colorado Center opens on Saturday. Last week, in my column about the wonderfully-designed museum, I pointed out how poor the two debut shows, Colorado Stories and Destination Colorado, are. Rather than trying to elevate the discussion, the museum and History Colorado chief oper ... More >>
Mark MangerWhen I said that Big Bill's New York Pizza served the best authentic New York-style pie west of the Hudson River, I had a feeling I'd be hearing from people. Pizza joints are like football teams: Once you find your favorite (whether through proximity or childhood memories), you'r ... More >>
Simone RodaI'm fresh off a long weekend in New York City, where it's possible to buy a big, floppy slice of pizza on just about every block in Manhattan. But to go to New York and eat just those renditions, dripping with grease and kept warm under a heat lamp or reheated at the last minute in ... More >>
Two Kennedy siblings speak at Unique Lives and Experiences.
The Federal Aviation Administration has opened its database about birds and other animals struck by planes -- a hot topic following the January landing in the Hudson River of a US Airways flight that tangled with a flock of geese. And guess what? Our own Denver International Airport has the most rep ... More >>
In desperate times, the media are desperate for an uplifting story -- or at least a fun one. And so Luis Jimenez's "Mustang" has become our own Hudson River miracle landing. It was just two weeks ago that I got the invite to join the nascent Facebook group started by local realtor Rachel Hultin that ... More >>
Denver chefs take a bite of the Big Apple.
pH10 in: Helmutvision (Helmutplex Records)
Bill Daniels made a fortune bringing cable to the West. But would he agree with how his legacy is being spent?
From the week of October 9, 2003
Erase Errata's abrasive strain of avant-rock gets on your nerves in a good way.
Pizza lovers, come to Papa.
The return of the timeless rhythms of baseball helps us regain our balance.
Philip Anschutz's collection of blue-chip Western art is put through a torturous ride at the DAM.
Drowning Mona is a trailer-trash mishmash.
Brilliant Concert Numbers
(Old Gold Records)