If you haven't seen this video of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin singing "Blueberry Hill," stop what you're doing right now and watch it. It's just that amazing. You see, in America, we sing to the president, but in Soviet Russia, the president sings to you (sorry!). Actually, we're pr ... More >>
Roger Christie.Roger Christie, head of Hawaii's THC Ministry, is in Colorado for a series of events to promote using religious exemptions to get around new medical marijuana laws. And he hopes to take action in court by Independence Day to make the concept stick.
Bush to use near your bush -- or at least in the vicinity.Next week, Westword will be capping off 2009 with a blizzard of blogs leading up to our annual Year in Review issue: Look for them in this space. But before long, we'll be ending a decade, too. And with that in mind -- and to whet you ... More >>
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft tried but failed to relieve the backlog of untested DNA samples. Our daily perusal of local blog deliciousness. Send links this way. A new DNA testing bill won't help the backlog problem. (Colorado Independent) The bailout won't quite bail out Colorado f ... More >>
Billy Ray takes on another liar: FBI traitor Robert Hanssen.
When it's not barbecuing its members, Himsa tortures babies.
Burn, baby, burn
Hustler's Flynt takes on el presidente
Colorado could be courting a winner in the NCAA Tournament.
Chopper's Sports Grill
On his tour, Sage Francis flips Clear Channel the bird.
The thinking man's New Year's Eve
Joseph Paiva was born defective, but prosecutors stamped him a habitual criminal.
Comic Bernhard is still ready to shock.
Rant of the week
Polanski returns to Poland.
Talented acting aside, Children of Eden has the depth of a greeting card.
Labor strife looms in a western outpost of Dean Singleton's media empire.
Cultures clash -- and crash -- in Curtis Park. Is this a terminal situation?
Clear Channel's formation of a political action committee shows it's ready for battle.
The Big Ka-Boom, Part One (Alternative Tentacles)
Federal prisons are filling up with people whose only crime is the possession of a gun.
As the Olympics begin, glory looks certain for America's golden hockey girls.
Speaking his mind has put talk-show host Reggie Rivers on thin ice -- and that's fine by him.
2001? What 2001?
A local lawsuit against the world's largest radio/concert firm threatens to expose the dark side of the entertainment business.
Finally, the Denver JOA faces some real opposition -- but it's probably too little, too late.