Whether or not you have two quarters to rub together, you can still get out and enjoy culture in Denver. This week's lineup of three things to do for free includes a screening of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, a concert by the Colorado Symphony, and a free day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Scien ... More >>
Today Randy Weeks is president of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and executive director of Denver Center Attractions, but when he first met impresario Robert Garner in 1978, he was an undergraduate three courses shy of his marketing degree and looking for a summer box-office job. Garn ... More >>
J. WohletzThe spirit of gift-giving seems to have gotten seriously lost, what with people getting seasoned with pepper-spray and countless hordes of poor suckers using their credit cards like drunken whores. So why not say "Fuck Mastercard!" and give some affordable presents that everyone on ... More >>
If most authors leave an unfinished novel lying around, it doesn't really mean anything. It's usually unfinished because at best it's crap and at worst, unreadable. There have been exceptions: Kafka left behind The Castle, Chaucer left The Canterbury Tales unfinished, and Mark Twain's Mysteri ... More >>
Ben Barnes and Jessica Biel in "Easy Virtue." Easy Virtue, which opens today at the Esquire Theatre, marks a return for Stephan Elliott, who directed the film and co-wrote the screenplay with fellow Australian Sheridan Jobbins, who accompanied him during a recent publicity trip to Denver and took p ... More >>
Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's not-quite-marvelous land of Oz
Welcome to the 2006 Hall of Shame.
The Karr fiasco is over, but Michael Tracey's quest for unlikely suspects in the Ramsey case goes on and on.
A Delicate Balance holds its own at Germinal.
Howard Hughes gets what he wants -- in this case, a fun and loving biopic.
This unconventional comedic drama from Norway might be just the ticket.
The John Sayles Club scores with its favorite director.
Old pufferbellies stay on track at the Narrow Gauge Railfest.
Less is Moore in How to Deal.
Much Ado About Nothing is nothing special.
Adam Sandler is truly disturbing in Love -- deliberately so this time.
After a brief Gator flirtation, the Broncos' coach must get back to business.
Female stars of Hollywood's Golden Era shine again in the Screen Divas series.
Save the Last Dance trips the light fantastic while bridging the black-white racial divide.
Miss Marples meets Mrs. Malaprop in Trixie.
Demi Moore gives less in this split-psyche romance.
Streisand's funhouse Mirror warps her strengths into rare weaknesses.
CUTTING UP WITH THE CHAINSAW KITTENS.