Music is life -- or at least it is for us. When we're not writing about it, we're thinking about it, talking about it or listening to it. These are the things that were in heavy rotation for us this week. What are you listening to? What should we be listening to? C'mon now. Sharing is caring. Don't ... More >>
With seventy of this state's movers and shakers headed to Japan this week for an economic mission that includes a side trip to Denver's sister city of Takayama, there should be lots of sibling revelry. But up in Boulder, the sister-city program founded by President Dwight Eisenhower more than fifty ... More >>
Passover began yesterday, and Udi's Pizza Cafe & Bar, 2550 East Colfax Avenue, is honoring the holiday with a special Passover menu. The latest addition to the Udi's chain will offer the four-course menu through Saturday, March 30. Keep reading for a look at the selection. See also: - Photos: Udi's ... More >>
On the phone, author Nathan Englander reminds me of young boys I sat across from at the Passover Seder table as a child; as if hyped up on one sip too many of the mild Manischewitz, he talks and talks, building invisible and fantastical windmills in the air before him. His stories are much like that ... More >>
Yesterday, after a few days of soft openings and friends and family dinners, Udi's Pizza, Cafe & Bar opened in the former Encore space in the Lowenstein CulturePlex. The brightly remodeled restaurant, which flaunts an open kitchen displaying a tiled, wood-fired pizza oven, a blue-and-camel hued dini ... More >>
Whenever we have people over, it seems there's always someone who doesn't eat meat. I'm sympathetic to the cause; after all, I grew up in a house with a vegetarian. To complicate matters, guests often aren't fond of soy, so I'm always on the lookout for riffs on rice and beans. When I had the fava b ... More >>
It's incredibly difficult to do justice to the thousands of remarkable cookbooks published in 2012, but after spending days -- weeks -- roaming through the recipes and lush food porn of hundreds of them, I've picked out my favorites. These are the cookbooks that stock my selves at home, and the coo ... More >>
With nearby Serenity Moon pushed out of its location on University at Asbury earlier this year, Citi-Med is easily the closest medical marijuana center to the heart of the DU campus. On that note, it was easily the closest legal place to buy marijuana nearest the debate yesterday -- although I doub ... More >>
Cafe Society dished out five Guess Where? contests last week, ranging from a wedge salad dressed with blue cheese and bacon from Park Burger to a king-sized Mideast feast from Jerusalem to a scoop of seasonal Palisade peach ice cream from Fired Up. And then there was the burger...a crumbly sphere of ... More >>
When Christ returns, it's going to be weird.In late December 1999, while the artist then known as the artist formerly known as Prince was preparing to party, and while the rest of the world was shoveling canned goods into their bunkers in preparation for the would-be-apocalypse of Y2K, Kim Mi ... More >>
Back in 1994, Udi Baron started a ready-to-eat sandwich business with his wife, Fern. Since then, and with the help of additional family members, that shop has spawned a bakery that supplies home pantries and restaurants, a catering company, a granola-maker, a national gluten-free line, a han ... More >>
Brian Dorsey Studio, NYCIf you don't know who Ron Ben-Israel is, then we're going to make the wild guess that you aren't getting married anytime soon. Or didn't get married anytime in the recent past. Or don't follow celebrity weddings at all. Or never watch Wedding Central, the cable televis ... More >>
Ami Dayan explores fear and forbidden love in Conviction.
Tenzin Zopa in an image from director Nati Barartz's "Unmistaken Child." Unmistaken Child, which opens tomorrow, June 26, at the Mayan Theatre, is a remarkable documentary about a fascinating ritual of Tibetan Buddhism: the search for a reincarnated master in the body of a child. Tenzin Zopa is cho ... More >>
You'll fall for Gold Lake, airy dresses and quirky beach reads.
An update on the Arabian tales makes for a difficult night at the theater.
From the week of June 8, 2006
Analyzing the post-game psyche.
From the week of October 13, 2005
Rose finds a fresh approach to confronting Holocaust horrors.
Dave Kerman thinks prog rock is good business.
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
So Foie, So Good
From the week of October 2, 2003
This ain't your rabbi's Holy Land.
From the week of June 6, 2002
From the week of May 30, 2002
Speaking his mind has put talk-show host Reggie Rivers on thin ice -- and that's fine by him.
Protestors in other areas aren't faring any better.
Leah Cohen Festival of Books and Authors
Winning the Governor's Mansion could be a religious experience for the GOP.
A group of Jews ran gunpowder and TNT through Denver's streets. And they never blew their cover.
Everything's divine in Arvada, where the GOP has veered sharply to the religious right.