#37: Terry Dodd Terry Dodd has been entrenched in local theater as a director and playwright for more than thirty years, garnering dozens of awards and other kudos for his thoughtfully crafted work. These days, he shares the wealth as a teacher, too, and as a dedicated lover of a good script, he's ... More >>
Matt Dillon's been all over the board over the years, from his roots as a rough and pretty teen with a James Dean vibe to later comic character roles in films like Singles, The Flamingo Kid and Mr. Wonderful. And somewhere in between, he delivered an unforgettable performance as the Portland junkie ... More >>
For some, a refined style is acquired through age and maturity. Others decide that it's time for a more refined look. That's the case with Christopher La Fleur, a sales advisor at H&M who decided to go for a more sophisticated look. Keep reading to learn who inspires his style, what he considers his ... More >>
Our Melanie Asmar has been reporting about efforts to attract more moviemakers to Colorado -- and one great selling point is to check out the classics that have been partly filmed here over the years. Below, count down our ten favorites, as culled from the flicks listed on the FilmInColorado.com we ... More >>
It's a common saying around the Beltway: Politics is just show-business for ugly people. The parallels between politician and pop star are too numerous to list here, yet by simply looking at the quotes dolled out by rockers and legislators over the years -- and trying to figure out which belongs to ... More >>
The opening night of the American Crew: Faces of America runway showcased many treats for its audience, including styles created by the men's grooming company and its competition finalists, the debut of the 2013 American Crew collection (Crewcial"), the American Crew All-Starsʼ interpretation of a ... More >>
When the sun goes down, nocturnal Denverites emerge and turn up their style swagger. Take a look at this week's trendsetters and rule-breakers -- caught in their natural environs of East 13th Avenue.
Look out! You may be the next fashionista spotted on the streets of Denver. On a recent trip downtown, we found two individuals whose eye for assembling an outfit deserved special attention:
Tony Wilson (the Andy Warhol of Manchester, England) once made the hackneyed statement "Morrissey is a woman trapped in a man's body," to which the dandified frontman of the Smiths eventually replied, "Tony Wilson is a man trapped in a pig's body." The two were friends and icons of the Manchester mu ... More >>
Patrick LangloisResidents of the Ballpark neighborhood finally have a place to go on a grocery run. Dean's Urban Market, a grocery store in the heart of the Ballpark neighborhood, opened last week, and it's certainly a welcome addition to the hood. Owner James Dean owns another location in ... More >>
Oh yeah, that's Madonna, Sting and TupacWe are flashed hundreds of images of celebrities doing regular stuff everyday via tabloids and television -- they get caught buying groceries, going to Starbucks and fighting inappropriately with their significant others in public. But who cares if they ... More >>
Aaron Thackeray WARLOCK PINCHERS with Il Cattivo 12.31.10 | Gothic Theater Around 9 p.m., the safety videos started up and it looked and sounded like something straight out of Wonder Showzen. Puppets and people in a gorilla and a robot costume interacted as they would on a warped, faux kids ... More >>
Today is the anniversary of Elvis's death in 1977, and last week, an auction of possibly the most gruesome memorabilia of all time was planned to capitalize on the King's untimely demise. The very same autopsy/embalming tools used to prep the King's final appearance, plus the toe tag identify ... More >>
Few bands in the annals of underground music in Denver have garnered as much notoriety as Warlock Pinchers. Beginning in 1987, the Pinchers made a name for themselves early on as a charmingly obnoxious outfit of musical pranksters whose legacy of creative mischief is as memorable as its shows ... More >>
Bomb the Franklin Mint
Friday, February 15, Bluebird Theater, 1-866-468-7624.
This week's DVD releases has all three.
Finding beauty in the status quo.
Actor James Dean continues to inspire people five decades after his death.
Denver Rep breathes new life into Death of a Salesman.
Fifty years after his death, James Dean still gives rebels a cause.
Human tumbleweed Ramblin' Jack Elliott keeps on rollin'.
Picnic fails to serve a satisfying main course.
Plagiarythm Nation (Evolution Controlled Creations/Seeland)
Boulder Outdoor Cinema
For good diner fare, it's positively 20th Street.
Cinema Paradiso returns at its fattest and most fully realized.
Spider-Man slings pop mythology for the masses.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
February 4 - 10, 1999
An ex-oil wildcatter takes the plunge into publishing calendars.