This weekend, the city will be overflowing with green beer and folks decked out in green from head-to-toe. But if the Irish holiday isn't your cup of tea, er, beer, we've rounded up some equally exciting alternatives. From a dark side of Mardi Gras celebration to a comedic argument that pits chip lo ... More >>
New Israeli Cinema began unofficially six years ago, when Mizel Museum curator Georgina Kolber began showing Israeli films on the lawn of the museum on summer nights. But inclement weather and a slim selection of library titles didn't fulfill the curator's desires, so she approached the Denver Film ... More >>
William Breathes's post about a federal court that rejected current evidence of marijuana's medical benefits brought a strong response from one of our readers. His post contrasts American policy on this issue to that of other places around the globe.
Places like Saj Mediterranean Grill, at 6955 South York Street in the Streets at Southglenn, can seem intimidating to the uninitiated. Anytime you have to line up to place an order, there's the potential of an extensive, awkward interaction with the person behind the counter to determine exactly wha ... More >>
When I called to order take-out from this Middle Eastern restaurant (no, it's not Jerusalem!), I couldn't make a decision, so the incredibly patient man who answered the phone suggested that I just throw caution to the kitchen and let the staff decide what to put on the plate. They didn't let me dow ... More >>
Disgusted with the re-election of George W. Bush in 2005, Firewater ringleader Tod A left New York -- where he'd lived for the previous two decades and where he'd fronted Cop Shoot Cop -- and headed out of the country on a three-year journey that took him to the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent ... More >>
Even on off-hours on most weekdays, the patio is half-full and there are several occupied tables inside the tiny restaurant -- which indicates that Jerusalem is either near a university or is really tasty. Or, in this case, both.
In last week's Chef and Tell interview with Joe Freemond, the executive chef of Cellar Wine Bar, he admits that as a kid, he wasn't remotely interested in wieners or burgers. In fact, his favorite restaurant was Sushi Den, the logical choice of a five-year-old. He also grew up on Jewish foods, inc ... More >>
Jef OtteGrant Israel and Cole Rudy have been playing together for a long time -- over eight years, in fact -- and the intricate guitar interplay they've developed together over the years was a focal point of this week's feature on Kitezh, their most recent project together, which releases its ... More >>
Lori Midson Robin Baron Udi's Pizza Cafe Bar Udi's Bread Cafes (four locations) www.udisfood.com This is part one of my interview with Robin Baron, executive chef of Udi's Pizza Bar, Udi's Bread Cafe and the soon-to-be-open Pickled Lemon in Boulder. Part two of my interview with Baron will r ... More >>
To say that New Orleans collective My Jerusalem (playing the Larimer Lounge tonight with Michael Kingcaid and Sour Boy, Bitter Girl) is a supergroup would be a mild understatement. Led by Jeff Klein, the group features members who have played in bands such as Cursive, the Twilight Singers, th ... More >>
‚ÄčKnow for some insanely explosive shows, Israeli rock monsters Mononotix often move their shows into the crowd, creating sweaty pits of madness. On Where Were You When It Happened?, the band's first full-length, released this week on Drag City, guitarist Yonatan Gat says the band captured some of ... More >>
April showers bring May showers. That's how that saying should go, since the Boulders' Farmer Market is now four for four for rain (or snow) on Saturdays. But cold, damp weather won't keep locavores from their feast ingredients. My shopping was a little lighter this round, since it's finals week a ... More >>
What a way to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah!
Light From the Desert is a harmonic bid for peace.
An image from Waltz With Bashir. A couple of weeks ago, I had a choice: either catch up on several hundred non-spam e-mails then clogging my inbox or attend a Denver Film Festival press screening of Waltz With Bashir, an autobiographical animated film by Israeli director Ari Folman about a horrifi ... More >>
Last fall, Toby Lewis had barely had time to catch her breath after returning to Boulder from the U.S. Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C., last fall when her advisor on the project, Mike Brandemuehl, and fellow University of Colorado engineering professor Hy Brown presented her with an opportunity ... More >>
Parenting off the grid â and eventually off the reservation â in the altâfamily portrait Surfwise.
Culver's and Smashburger have other buns on the run.
Twenty-something Tel Aviv hipsters live life, have sex, befriend the enemy in The Bubble.
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
Shwayder Theatre at the Mizel Center for Arts and Culture
Joe Carnahanís overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself.
This reggae ambassador's faith is all over the map.
Shwayder Theatre at the Mizel Center
Assiya (Deep Tree Music)
Dirty Story is a rich exploration of the conflict in Palestine.
Suddenly Hope oversimplifies the volatile Middle East situation.
Several high-profile columnists leave the media scene in very different ways.
Eating well for a good cause.
Stan Israel spent two days in a psych ward. There was just one little problem.
December 31, 1998 - January 6, 1999