Way back in May, Sensible Colorado's Brian Vicente made a second request to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to add post-traumatic stress disorder to the allowable conditions for a medical marijuana card in Colorado. Vicente got his answer in the form of a no-answer.
Hailing from Detroit -- a city where punk rock, hip hop and blues all grow out of the same soil -- Maria Kohler is giving Denver a taste of her rhymes and her eclecticism. "I think everybody has a pretty wide variety of music that they like," explains Kohler, Kitty Crimes' mastermind, who also front ... More >>
May the schwartz be with you.While many people might recognize Bill Pullman as Lone Starr in Spaceballs or the President in Independence Day, the movie star is also an accomplished stage actor who's passionate about helping the performing arts. He'll be at the L2 Arts & Culture Center tonight ... More >>
In the cavernous central hall of the Aurora Municipal Center are portraits of the 85 men and women from Colorado who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. In the corner of each of their service portraits is a photo that their family submitted to the project called Remembering Our Fallen, curated ... More >>
Netflix's instant streaming service is quite possibly the most amazing service in the history of mankind. Combing through its offerings, however, is no easy task. Thankfully, we've spent an inordinate amount of time watching music documentaries (so you don't have to) and have narrowed down th ... More >>
Looks like the metal world is continuing to turn its eyes on Colorado. Yet another homegrown metal act has been snapped up by a renown metal imprint. Last month, Allegaeon, who deals in extreme metal out of Fort Collins, inked a deal with Metal Blade Records. The iconic metal label is slated ... More >>
Cherry Creek High School grad Matt Iseman has covered as lot of ground since leaving Creek behind for Princeton, then med school at Columbia and a residency back home at CU. That's when he pulled the old switcheroo and quit doctoring altogether to stand up and tell jokes in Hollywood. But in I ... More >>
A colorful view of journalist Michael de Yoanna. Every nanosecond of every day, new writing appears on the Internet -- and for the most part, that's a good thing. All too often, however, important reportage gets lost in the flood. Today's, for instance: "Coming Home," a series of investigative repo ... More >>
George W. Bush's recent press conference in Iraq has gotten a lot of attention for obvious reasons; a journalist chucked not one but two shoes at the president during the session. But less attention has been paid to the fate of White House press secretary Dana Perino, who reportedly suffered a min ... More >>
Capsule reviews of current shows
Letters from the week of 4/3/2008
The former Secretary of State returns to her old hometown.
Non-fiction continues its ascent on the screen.
A baby-products class milks new parents for all they’ve got.
Peter Berg sends Jamie Foxx to fight the enemy over there in The Kingdom.
Saturday, June 9, Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder, 303-440-7666.
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
Muenzinger Auditorium on CU’s Boulder campus
Old home week
After a local scandal made them stand down, Army recruiters work to put more boots on the ground.
Halim Al-Karim finds his artistic voice in exile.
The Radical Cheerleaders take up pom-poms against their oppressors.
Jello Biafra pounds the podium to get out the vote.
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
From the week of May 1, 2003
Rosanne Cash is the friend who will say, or sing, what you can't.
Politics -- and proximity -- make strange embedfellows.
A local band leader urges musicians to give peace music a chance.
Highlighting the week's greatest gratis event
A place to be heard
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb