Today marks the 25th birthday of The Onion, purveyor of fake news way better than the real thing -- including lotsa stuff that didn't happen in Colorado but would have made the state a funnier place had it. Back in January, when the last print edition of the paper was published in Denver, we assemb ... More >>
Next week's edition of The Onion will be the last in Denver, thanks to the Denver Post's decision to stop printing the paper. To mark this awful sign of the times, and to echo Onion CEO Steve Hannah's call for local readers to switch to the web version, we've photo-illustrated and compiled excerpts ... More >>
Last night's presidential debate was a long time in the making for both the city and the University of Denver, and proponents of both sides are still weighing the results of the candidates' coal-loving, Big Bird-cutting, anniversary-celebrating round-about on domestic policy. Here, we take you insid ... More >>
Dick Wadhams, scorching Dem earth.According to Colorado GOP boss Dick Wadhams, there's a very simple reason why Republicans like Jane Norton have concentrated more on Michael Bennet and less on Andrew Romanoff in relation to the White House job offer scandal. Wadhams sees no scenario in whic ... More >>
Andrew Romanoff feels he's getting attention for the wrong things.Andrew Romanoff's confirmation that the White House floated three jobs past him after he announced his intention to challenge Senator Michael Bennet in the 2010 Democratic primary isn't his favorite subject, and he admits that ... More >>
"It's nice to feel wanted."In recent weeks, senatorial hopeful Andrew Romanoff has been under increasing pressure to talk about alleged job offers from the White House if he wouldn't challenge Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet in November, especially in light of similar claims made by Penns ... More >>
For someone who talks a lot -- to Meet the Press Sunday, to CNN yesterday -- Pennsylvania representative Joe Sestak doesn't say a lot. Especially when he's pressed for specifics about who at the White House offered him a job if he skipped the Pennsylvania Senate primary, where he trounced Arl ... More >>
Just received word that Danny Elster, longtime bassist and co-frontman of Love.45, a modern rock act that made considerable waves in the mid-'00s (how weird does that look?), recently parted ways with the group, which is now in the hunt for someone new to hold down the low end. The exodus ... More >>
A Flickr photoRobert Redford, who's probably had some work done.Today and tomorrow, political heavy hitters of the progressive persuasion throughout the region are meeting at the Colorado History Museum as part of the 2009 Western Summit, sponsored by Project New West, an organization that de ... More >>
Considering the frequent hosannas tossed in the direction of old-school, hand-drawn fliers, it should come as no surprise that the flier this week that flipped our wigs was one that we stumbled across from Minor Authority touting a gig at the Gothic this past August. The primitive lettering and penc ... More >>
I've officially been on vacation since five o'clock on Friday, and, man, all I can say right now is damn it feels good to be a gangsta. I'm doing absolutely nothing, like it's my job, and I'm digging every minute. Been a hell of a weekend so far, from playing Rock Band at -- get this -- my pastor's ... More >>
After breaking with Rock Ridge, Love.45 is back to basics.
Be there or be square!
After years of target practice, Love.45 is ready for its shot.
A stab at the majors can be painful.
Box Set (Atco/Elektra/Rhino)
Richie Furay found something unexpected on his way to country-rock stardom: salvation.
EX-EAGLE RANDY MEISNER ON GETTING SCREWED OUT OF A FORTUNE.