Denver blog posts aren't wearing down as the season goes on.
Denver Stiffs' Jeffrey Morton previews tonight's Nuggets-Spurs game -- and wonders who'll actually play in it.
Colorado Peak Politics considers the possible political repercussions should Colorado Parks and Wildlife go forward with a pla ... More >>
Spike Lee's films always carry a social message, but his mastery of aesthetics and storytelling usually transcend any political bias. Yet just like the jazz score in a Woody Allen flick, or obscure pop culture references in one of Quentin Tarantino's little treasures, there inevitably comes a point ... More >>
Denver Center Theatre Company Artistic Director Kent Thompson has chosen his 2012-13 lineup. It contains some safe choices, some doubtless designed to appeal to high schoolers, the requisite Christmas show (not A Christmas Carol this time, but White Christmas), two scripts selected from this year's ... More >>
AFA chapel.Yesterday, a judge rejected arguments made in a lawsuit opposing an Air Force Academy prayer luncheon. The 11:30 a.m. event is underway at this writing. But while Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, a plaintiff in the suit, is disappointed by the ruling, h ... More >>
Just over ten years ago, local filmmaker and stage director donnie l. betts took a chance on radio drama, a medium some might deem obsolete, by reviving the works of Richard Durham, whose long run of live radio theater programs profiled cultural and historical African-American figures beginning in ... More >>
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum
As a Forum graduate, I agree with both sides of Steve Jackson's story on Landmark Education Corporation ("It Happens," April 11). I definitely found value in the seminar: The Forum packages their concepts