It's always a treat to attend a play in the antique and elegant lobby of the Barth Hotel, one of fourteen residences maintained for elderly and disabled people by the nonprofit Senior Housing Options. In the past, the money from these annual fundraisers has been used to provide emergency kits and up ... More >>
Like every kid in high school, I was forced to fulfill a gym requirement. At George Washington high school, we had the option of taking aerobics -- which secretly I loved, because I dreamed of one day making my own instructional workout videos. Each day our weird instructor -- who had been at the sc ... More >>
Journey with Jane Fonda this week to a sci-fi world -- for free! That's just one of the artistic trips you can enjoy this week without having to open your wallet.For a full list of events, visit the online Westword calendar, and if you know of any other free events going on this week, let us know in ... More >>
Partnered on stage and off, Martin Schmidt and Drew Daniel make beautiful music from strange sounds.
On April 25, Denver's mainstream media weighed in on syndicated yakker Rush Limbaugh's recent wisecrack about dreaming of riots in Denver at the time of August's Democratic National Convention. In the Denver Post's piece, for example, interview subjects included Glenn Spagnuolo, spokesman for Recrea ... More >>
Monday Tuesday Wednesday: I awoke this morning before the sun. I opened my blinds to a firey orange suggestion that it may soon follow my lead. I arrived at work bleary-eyed and as I approached the glass doors that lead into the cafeteria, I hit an icy patch that sent me into the splits. This wa ... More >>
Black Panther-turned-barbecue master Bobby Seale talks about what's worth re-creating from the 1968 DNC.
As her second “comeback” movie arrives in theaters, Jane Fonda talks sex, politics and revolution.
La Lohan elevates -- but can’t save -- Garry Marshall’s latest sappy flop.
Sir! No Sir! recounts the GIs who refused to ride the killing machine.
Jim Carrey's brand of fun warms a reheated Dick and Jane.
A tired Parallel Lives dwells too much on the past to be funny.
Get out of the doghouse at macymacy.
Fonda's humiliation is only one reason this Monster is such a dog.
Ice Cube's Barbershop could style more laughs.
Another Antigone shows us an educational tragedy in our own times.
Scott Zuviceh made money the old-fashioned way: He faked it.
John Rocker delivers a pitch.
Demi Moore gives less in this split-psyche romance.
Three members of famous musical families provide a good argument for nepotism.
Long Before "Asteroid," moviemakers made their mark on Colorado. A guide to some high and low points.
DENVER VIDEO PRODUCER LEE SPIEKER LIKES BRINGING UP THE REAR.RADICAL CHEEK DENVER'S LEE SPIEKER HAS MADE A FORTUNE BEING A BUTTHEAD.