Some medical dispensaries (and soon-to-be recreational dispensaries) are just begging for a change in laws. What kind of change? One that would allow people to hang out and puff herb with other patients. So far, nobody has really stepped up to take that on. If it does eventually happen, though, ... More >>
JAMES BLAKE @ OGDEN THEATRE | 4/28/13 The last thing James Blake wants to be is the center of attention. He took a seat stage left last night at a crowded Ogden and barely moved or acknowledged the crowd of adoring fans gathered together to see him. Not a surprise. Blake is known for his smooth, dub ... More >>
As you've certainly heard by now, the world is ending tomorrow. Thanks to infallible Mayan prophecies and/or calendar design, we know the whole shebang comes to a hard stop on December 21, 2012. What our helpful future-seeing friends didn't see fit to tell us is how the world ends. Sure, you could a ... More >>
I know. There are already whole blogs and books and television channels devoted to showing Americans how to organize, store and even get rid of their crap because, let's face it: We are a culture of crap. We're obsessed with crap, we watch shows about people bullying other people into throwing away ... More >>
Take a look at these cats: These are the Amazing Acro-Cats, which have skills that make even the cutest of house cats look like Garfield's fatter, more sarcastic cousins. The second I saw this photo, I wondered (and then doubted) whether my cat has similar chops -- whether she's secretly a showcat w ... More >>
From my window on the edge of Highland, I can see the headlights of all the cars racing by on I-25, the psychedelic Ferris wheel at Elitch's, the glowing signs of Xcel, the Sheraton, Century Link and even a church stretching across downtown and the Platte Valley. But Sports Authority Field at ... More >>
In its February newsletter, under the headline "PROPOSED SPORTS AUTHORITY SIGNS CONTROVERSIAL," local neighborhood organization the Sloan's Lake Citizens' Group encourages its membership to write the city in response to the potential additions to Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Because o ... More >>
Close to 300 new restaurants opened in the metro area last year -- and with that much action, perhaps it's not surprising that two of them are named Cebiche, and two of them are named Chinook. But the local dining scene also lost a surprising number of mainstays: the 29-year-old Pearl Street Grill, ... More >>
Jason Sadler had a brilliant idea: He'd take pictures of himself wearing T-shirts with companies' logos on them and then tweet and Facebook and make YouTube videos about it all day. For money. Now, two and a half years later, he's hired four other T-shirt-wearers who wear T-shirts all day at ... More >>
Is this you?The excruciating wait for trendy, affordable goods from major Swedish retailers will come to an end this year when both H&M and IKEA finally come to Denver pretty much simultaneously -- meaning you will soon be feasibly able to clothe, surround and even feed yourself with all thin ... More >>
Jonathan Coulton With Paul and Storm 01.22.2011 | Soiled Dove Underground Monsters, vaginas, science fiction, shop-vacuums, pirates, robots: just a few of the topics covered last night at the Soiled Dove Underground, 7401 E. 1st Avenue, by Jonathan Coulton and Paul and Storm. The geek-cred ... More >>
Meet Jersey's newbie, Deena.The gang's all here -- well, minus Angelina and plus the new and terrifying, droopy-eyed Snooki part two, Deena -- and after a stint in Miami, they're back at the actual Jersey Shore. Thank god.
With the ground-breaking for an IKEA store in Centennial this week, Colorado came one step closer to becoming a shopper's mecca. But the state took a step back yesterday when HB 1279, which would have expanded alcohol sales in grocery stores, was killed -- and that means that Coloradans may n ... More >>
Playing against type, Will Ferrell canít quite ground this artificially whimsical romantic comedy.
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