A century ago this week, a long-simmering conflict between miners on strike in the southern Colorado coalfields and troops of the Colorado National Guard erupted into the deadliest labor war in American history. A raging gun battle on April 20, 1914, resulted in the destruction of the strikers' Ludl ... More >>
See also: - Remembering Sandy Widener - Flobots ink deal with Shanachie Entertainment - Q&A: Jonny 5 of Flobots on the Occupy Movement - Q&A: Jonny 5 of Survival Story Sometimes Denver can feel like a very hip Mayberry. While waiting to meet the founding members of Flobots at the Denver Bike Cafe, ... More >>
Update, 2:15 pm: Since I posted the account below concerning the mysterious death of 22-year-old journalist Armando Montaño in Mexico City, his family has received new information from the Associated Press that contradicts many of the details presented in the Mexican press (particularly an article ... More >>
All of these rain-soaked evenings have been keeping us locked indoors lately, and while we've got stockpiles of media to keep us entertained, that doesn't mean we don't want more. Of course, being that it's summertime, the media conglomerates have all teamed up to narrow the spectrum of new r ... More >>
It's Memorial Day weekend, which for some people means a three-day party. For others it means celebrating veterans and for another set it means extra-long work hours. For most of us, it means we'll be able to drink an extra mojito on Sunday morning and not have to worry about a damn thing. Re ... More >>
John Sayles is best known as a cult-director and script doctor, but apparently all that time spent writing and directing his own movies isn't enough for him, as he's also an accomplished novelist. Sayles will be hanging out at the Tattered Cover on Colfax this weekend to answer all your quest ... More >>
"The Searchers."The Colorado legislature just nixed a plan to tack a ten-cent fee onto movie tickets, money that would have been used to provide financial incentives for film companies that want to make movies in this state. As revised, the bill would now ask for donations from movie-goers -- ... More >>
Leadville has a long, colorful history. Colorful enough even without the latest colorful chapter: the much-publicized arrest in Ireland of Leadville-come-lately resident Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, a 31-year-old blond, single mom whose own mother -- also a recent addition to the Leadville lineup -- ... More >>
Neighborhood Flix's Classic Arthouse Series takes film back to the streets.
Neighborhood Flix Cinema & Cafe
Tuesday, August 29, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, 303-830-8497.
Brit movie brat takes the B horror movie where it deserves to go.
Throwing a few back for Katrina relief.
With Cinderella Man, Ron Howard finally scores a knockout.
Celebrating the overachieving, underhyped movies of 2004.
Rampaging bears! Rampaging Buffs! Criminals in the buff! It happened here... unfortunately.
Along for the ride on the Silver City Express.
Silver City and Colorado stand out in this season of political intrigue.
Movie madness abounds as Silver City premieres in Denver.
The FBI agent who raided Rocky Flats finally sounds off.
Get ready for Denver's close-up.
The DCTC stages an all-black Streetcar
Casa de los Babys finds a mother lode of maternal angst.
Denver deserves its fifteen minutes of fame.
The John Sayles Club scores with its favorite director.
Puttin' on the Dog
Colorado's ready for that close-up.
Post-Labor Day Pains
September 4, 2003
Welcome to Kobeville
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Having moved away from Palace, Will Oldham breaks down as Bonnie Prince Billy.
Ron Henderson's role in the DIFF deserves top billing.
Sunshine State's plot transcends its talkiness.
Part Two of The Kentucky Cycle brings the saga full circle.
A REMINDER FROM KRIS KRISTOFFERSON: HIS LIFE ISN'T ONLY AN ACT.