Denver is knee-deep in food-and-drink events this Memorial Day weekend, what with the two-day South Gaylord Street Festival, EatDenver's Big Eat on Sunday and the Full Moon Street Carnival on Friday -- and there's plenty of culinary action in the altitude-high town of Vail this weekend, too. FEAST! ... More >>
The rumblings of a boycott started even before Governor John Hickenlooper signed three gun-control measures ten days ago, and they're only going to get louder with President Barack Obama coming to Colorado on Wednesday to tout this state's new laws as an example for the rest of the country. "I'm boy ... More >>
It's been a rough patch for Wheat Ridge-based Gunsmoke Guns. First, American Guns, the Discovery Channel show set at the business, was cancelled in what some have interpreted as fallout from the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. And now, the arms-heavy shop has been ... More >>
In March 2011, the town of Hugo, in Lincoln County, was shaken by the murders of Charles and Laura Clagett, an elderly couple who'd lived in the area for years. Soon, their great grandson -- later ID'd as Greg Smith, a few weeks shy of seventeen -- was arrested and charged as an adult. He's now been ... More >>
Just ten miles northeast of downtown Denver is one of the largest urban wildlife refuges in the country. Formerly a chemical weapons manufacturing plant and subsequently a highly contaminated hazardous waste site, the 16,000-acre Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge is now home to a diverse popula ... More >>
"This year the Colorado Mountain Club is celebrating its hundredth anniversary, and it's also a big anniversary -- the tenth -- for our annual Mountain Fest outdoor education event," says CMC spokeswoman Rachel Scott. "We have a great program on Saturday and six other big events this year as part of ... More >>
I fly fish. I've only been going for about three summers, I'm self-taught, I've caught exactly two fish and I don't know how to tie my own flies. For those of you who have no clue what that means, it means I'm an amateur. And that probably I suck. But I have learned that anglers are weird. The type ... More >>
Don't fucking shoot!Earlier this week, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife department warned elk hunters not to shoot moose. It seems like that would be a fairly obvious statement, but apparently, some elk hunters -- the ones who are loading and firing big guns in the wild -- can't tell the diff ... More >>
Last year, billionaire William Koch bought Buckskin Joe for $3.1 million, and moved the buildings to his private ranch outside Gunnison. But now you've got another chance to buy an old-timey Colorado town... if Koch, who also dropped $2 million on a Billy the Kid tintype, isn't there with his ... More >>
Lori MidsonThis is part one of Lori Midson's interview with Mike Adams, the executive chef of Racines. Part two of that interview will run in this space tomorrow. Mike Adams Racines 650 Sherman Street 303-595-0418 www.racinesrestaurant.com "Are you seriously going to write that?" asks Mike ... More >>
Lori MidsonBaited by the lure of the Rocky Mountains, where fly fishing and lodge lounging are popular pastimes, Guy Harvey, the marine biologist, author, conservationist, scientist, world famous marine life artist and prolific restaurateur, chose Denver -- specifically Northfield Stapleton ... More >>
So the Epilogues have finished work on its new "Hunting Season" video, which was filmed on location this past spring in the woods at the site of the infamous Hayman forest fire of 2002. To celebrate the premiere of the Dillon Novak directed video, the outfit has put together one hell of a bill at ... More >>
Tomorrow night at 6 p.m., the Sputnik will be hosting Face the Music, a photo exhibit featuring the portraits of Todd Roeth, who's emerged in the past year as one of the most talented photographers in the city. His bright, colorful style is as vibrant as it is distinctive. "I like to take pictures o ... More >>
Stay in fishing shape at the Ice Fishing Weekend.
Fly-fishing gets serious at the South Platte Pro-Am Carp Slam.
Kiowa Creek Sporting Club
Islamorada Fish Company
For Heather Cameron, the road back was a long, hard journey.
Competitive fly-casting is a lifetime fling.
In search of the pike that got away.
Cherry Creek State Park Shooting Center and Range
A novice gets a load of shooting advice.
The Cherry Creek Shooting Center finds itself under the gun.
Hunting's a Blast!
September 18, 2003
Seven Lakes Lodge
Critics who blast canned shoots as harming "real" hunting may be firing blanks.
Meet taxidermy's hair Jordan, the man who brings dead animals to life.
The Paint Pellet Game
Professional fisherman Ted Takasaki has figured out all the angles.
When it comes to attracting geese, hunters are flying blind.
War is fueling the star power of Colorado's -- and possibly the nation's -- ballsiest military analyst.
The fine art of mimicking a wild bird is nothing to cluck at.
South Creek Ltd.
Ron Ruhr thinks a lot of himself, but not as much as Colorado wildlife officials did.
Paul Page in The Ice-Fishing Play
Aurora Fox Theatre Company
Colorado State Parks activities and facilities Web page www.coloradoparks.org
Game Management Unit 201, Moffat County
Game Management Unit 20, near Estes Park
Why was it so hard for these upstanding, law-abiding citizens to get arrested?
Collide, works by Rokko Aoyama, Polly Chang, Albert Chong and others.
State biologist Tom Beck wants hunters to think before they shoot. It's been a hard sell.
The Animas-La Plata project is supposed to fulfill the government's promise to Colorado Utes. But tribal opponents worry it will leave the reservations high and dry.