In June, we told you about a lawsuit filed by attorney Rob Corry on behalf of a group called No Over Taxation. It contends that special taxes placed on marijuana sales are illegal and unconstitutional; see the complaint and more documents below. Tomorrow, a hearing in the case is scheduled, and can ... More >>
When you're near the top of the grassy slope at Fiddler's Green, the massive stage below dominates the foreground. It has hosted Bob Dylan, John Denver, Lollapalooza (back when it was still a touring event), Wiz Khalifa and plenty more, but in 1982 that stage was just an asphalt thumbprint next to t ... More >>
After ongoing discussions for the past few months, AEG Live Rocky Mountains has finalized a fifteen-year deal with the Museum of Outdoor Arts to take over Fiddler's Green, the 18,000-seat Greenwood Village amphitheatre that opened in 1989 and recently reverted back to its original name after stints ... More >>
Back in October 2010, Denver police officer Hector Paez was charged with sex assault after allegedly coercing an arrestee into orally pleasuring him in order to avoid going to jail. After a mistrial, numerous delays, a civil lawsuit and a media blitz by the accuser in the case, Paez has been convic ... More >>
Sometimes, you just don't have the cash lying around to splurge on that expensive Halloween costume. Fear not, young heathens! We have compiled a list of costumes for you that cost nearly nothing. In fact, you probably have the materials lying around the house. Click through for some ideas. A ... More >>
Lori Midson Jensen Cummings Row 14 Bistro & Wine Bar 891 14th Street 303-825-0100 www.row14denver.com This is part two of my interview with Jensen Cummings, exec chef of Row 14 Bistro & Wine Bar. Part one of that interview ran yesterday. What you'd like to see more of in Denver/Boulder fr ... More >>
A Flickr photo.It's that time of year again: Time to gather around a table of people you don't know or don't like, shovel uninspiring food into your face and then retire to the couch and wait for the Tryptophan to get working. But what if it wasn't that way? What if you could build your perf ... More >>
As federal holidays go, there are few more worthy than next week's Martin Luther King Jr. Day. But unless black people celebrate the good doctor's achievements with some raucous party I'm not invited to -- entirely possible, since I'm whiter than a Cheers cast reunion -- it's not exactly the most ro ... More >>
It's going to be a long, long time before Michael Rollie sees daylight again. Two months ago, Rollie was found guilty on three charges of attempted manslaughter, two charges of first-degree assault, one charge of second-degree assault, one charge of attempted first-degree murder and one for murder i ... More >>
Swept Under the Rugby
From the week of January 20, 2005
John Madden creates signs of the times.
The former Broncos quarterback may lead one more drive to victory.
There are a million slogans in the naked city. We don't need any of them.
The Museum of Outdoor Arts lends some needed beauty to nowheresville.
Miscasting is a problem for Captain Corelli's Mandolin.
Gillian Anderson takes on Edith Wharton and gives a dazzling performance.
The Replacements can't score, even with Gene Hackman on the team.
The Rail Car Diner keeps on chugging along.