A revered hip-hop producer who got his start with Phonte and Big Pooh in the North Carolina-based group Little Brother, 9th Wonder has worked an array of top shelf artists from Jay-Z and Destiny's Child to Mary J. Blige and Ludacris, among many others. Known as one of the best samplers in hip-hop, w ... More >>
Chris Brokaw has had a career in underground music that sounds like it can't possibly be true: He went to Oberlin College in the '80s, where he met Sooyoung Park, Liz Phair, John McEntire and Stephen Immerwahr. After graduation he played drums briefly with GG Allin, and from there he more or less he ... More >>
What if Princess Diana wasn't killed by that car wreck in Paris? What if she survived, and re-invented herself as a commoner in Egypt, where she attempted to solve the mystery of what happened to Ankhesenamun, King Tutankhamun's wife? What if? That's the unlikely premise behind The Lost Qu ... More >>
Boulder author H. Elizabeth Owen just published a book about Princess Diana surviving her paparazzi-induced car wreck and escaping to Egypt, where she became intertwined with another long-lost queen. So let's get this out of the way right now: Does Owen actually believe Princess Diana is aliv ... More >>
Much like Denver's City Park, the celery plant has a long history of being all things to all people. While the celery plant has been used to embalm King Tut, decorate Greek athletes, flavor Italian meatballs and as a conduit for spray cheese, equally versatile City Park has been home to pris ... More >>
Penis size matters -- at least judging by the amount of time we spend obsessing about it. Which is why we were thrilled to check out the Penis Size Worldwide Map on view below. Or at least we were until we found out how the United States stacked up -- especially in light of a survey showing t ... More >>
Clever ruse, Bob Barker, but we know of your nefarious designs.If there's one thing we've learned from Dan Brown, it's that, when the Illuminati get a vast conspiracy reaching to the very highest levels of the world's centers of power going on, they like to drop little hints about it. For exa ... More >>
Standing up against the oppression of scurvy swabs.In the midst of Black History Month, it seems a particularly appropriate time to consider the plight of another marginalized group, a group that has been disenfranchised since the seventeenth century, has been historically oppressed by the U. ... More >>
The King Tut exhibit closed at the Denver Art Museum yesterday -- which means that the citywide Mad Greens tie-in, the King Tut Salad, is officially off the menu as of tomorrow. But if you were a big fan of the salad (which comprised romaine lettuce, chickpeas, couscous with dried fruit, tom ... More >>
After more than six months of residency at the Denver Art Museum and its accompanying marketing blitz, Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs closed yesterday to head to its next destination in St. Paul, Minnesota, where it opens in February. Along with it, the 26-foot-tall statue of ... More >>
Champ Bailey.Countin' down three Denver blog posts. Mile High Report fan poster Mr MaLoR floats the possibility of the Broncos trading Champ Bailey to get a running back. Which would mean the defensive leader position would fall to... who exactly? Colorado Pols thinks high turnout for today ... More >>
Full comic below.Tutnkhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs, the touring art blockbuster which recently opened at the Denver Art Museum, promises to turn the DAM into a tomb. Tutankhamun is primarily used here as the headliner to sell pricey tickets. Costs vary depending on age, the ... More >>
City boosters are calling this Denver's blockbuster summer, but we were still surprised to see publicity bust out across the border, with a sign for the Denver Art Museum's show featuring King Tut -- he of the missing penis -- an hour outside of Casper on Highway 220. So near, and yet so pha ... More >>
The Denver Art Museum's new mega-blockbuster exhibit "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs," features more than a hundred artifacts associated with the celebrity pharaoh. But one thing you probably won't find anywhere is Tut's penis. That's because it's apparently missing, poss ... More >>
McNichols: The center of the epicenterMayor John Hickenlooper keeps pushing Denver into the ranks of America's leading urban centers, with his biggest push yet starting today: The inaugural Biennial of the Americas. On Tuesday, Hickenlooper and the Biennial team were all smiles as they annou ... More >>
Thanks to the Anubis statue now standing guard outside Denver International Airport, all those conspiracy theories about DIA have taken off again -- and they've landed the airport smack-dab in today's edition of USA Today. "Officials insist the 26-foot tall statue of the ancient Egyptian go ... More >>
Denver International Airport has already inspired a planeload of conspiracy theories -- that it's built on an Indian graveyard, that aliens live in tunnels below the terminal, that it's set up to become a concentration camp for Denver citizens. The long-delayed installation of Luis Jimenez's ... More >>
Courtesy of Channel 7Anubis cut in half! Did the Blue Mustang do it? Those bizarre DIA conspiracy theories, which got a boost from the installation of the demon steed known as the Blue Mustang, should blast into the stratosphere thanks to the installation this week of Anubis, god of the dead. ... More >>
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