Newsweek may be abandoning print at year's end, but the venerable magazine remains an actual publication -- and its current cover story, "The New Pot Barons," shines a light on a major player in the Colorado weed biz: the Medical Marijuana Industry Group. The resulting article doesn't always cast MM ... More >>
Vampire Weekend • The Blow 03.19.10 | The Ogden Theatre
A lot of people accuse Vampire Weekend of not being original. "It's Paul Simon but smirkier," they say, or: "It's Afro-pop but whiter." And maybe it is those things. But you know what we're willing to bet no Afro-pop band, Paul Sim ... More >>
Welcome to Poptimystic, our latest feature where we lead you on a leisurely stroll through the world where pop music actually means popular. This week, hometown goofboys 3OH!3 make a return to the top of the Hot 100, and early returns have Vampire Weekend besting all comers. Huh?
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I remember nearly falling over in my chair one afternoon when a student on a TV advertisement relayed the benefits of her schooling to become a certified pharmacy technician. At the time, I was employed with a major drug store chain as a pharmacy technician, or as they say in the biz, a CPhT. ... More >>
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Bill Tierney, in an image from the DU website.
The Denver Post piece about the University of Denver's hiring of Princeton lacrosse coach Bill Tierney was modest; it lacked a byline and ran just a little over 200 words. But Tierney's relocation to Colorado is ... More >>
"Burning Down His House," an article in the current edition of New York magazine, focuses on Richard "Dick" Fuld (pictured), the CEO of Lehman Brothers, the largest financial-services business to fail in the current economic fiasco, as well as the most prominent firm not to benefit from the sort o ... More >>