Editor's note: Our cover story this week, Alan Prendergast's "Party in the Park," looks at how Denver's park rangers are gearing up for a busy summer season. In response, Westword writers are weighing in with appraisals of their own favorite Denver parks, starting with Prendergast's tribute to City ... More >>
Robert Alfaro Atticus 1125 East Evans Avenue 720-459-8273 tabletotavern.com/atticus This is part one of my interview with Robert Alfaro, chef of Atticus; part two of our interview will run tomorrow. Most of us have childhood food memories: Lucky Charms, chocolate-chip cookies, flipping our first e ... More >>
Phish is at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Labor Day weekend for the third consecutive year. Tickets ($49.75-$60) for the shows go on sale March 30 at 10 a.m. via TicketHorse, or in person at TicketHorse kiosks at Dick's Sporting Goods stores and the box offices at the Pepsi Center and 1STBANK Center ... More >>
Three days after Jeremiah and Lindsay Wheelersburg escaped the Century 16 shootings in Aurora unharmed, the couple got some unexpected news: They are having their first child. For the pair from Aurora, it's strange and wonderful news that gives them new perspective on one of their most traumatic e ... More >>
Last week, organizers of the upcoming SnowMont Music Festival, slated to take place on March 30 and through April 1 in Killington, Vermont, announced the cancellation of the event. This news was puzzling primarily because those same organizers are the ones responsible for Snowball Music Festival, wh ... More >>
Tk KayembePANTyRAiD doesn't tour. So when the act, which is made up Josh Mayer of Glitch Mob and Marty Folb of MartyParty, bring its sexy, dubbed out hip-hop beats to the Fillmore this Saturday, November 19, along with a brand new lighting rig, you can bet it's going to be a night to remember ... More >>
We know it's kind of torturous of us to keep showing you the new trailers for this year's forthcoming ski and snowboard porn in the middle of July, but we just can't help ourselves. Keystone and Breckenridge get some love in The Grand Bizarre, this year's film from Poor Boyz Productions, whic ... More >>
While seeking some epic pow-pow at Breckenridge recently (read: practicing my "pizza and French fries" on the cruisin' slopes), I noticed a new phenomenon: ski dudes and dudettes whipping out their smart phones to compare stats on Vail Resorts' new EpicMix social-media app, which tracks guest ... More >>
‚ÄčUnless you want your boss to know exactly how sick your "sick" days are, you might want to be careful about who's in your social network when you're at Vail Resorts this season.
I don't know why anyone would want to do 10,000 squat thrusts in a day -- guess some people are just gluttons for punishment. But that's exactly what I decided to do a few years ago when I decided to learn to telemark at the oft-overlooked California resort of Kirkwood (my personal fave in the ... More >>
Shanahan, in less withered days.Woody Paige took time from his television foibles to chime in with a pretty decent column on Sunday, about the very fine life of former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan. Shanahan -- who talked with Paige at the celebrity golf tourney in Lake Tahoe -- has apparently been b ... More >>
Joe Carnahanís overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself.
Mixed martial arts competition is getting vicious -- outside the ring.
Must Peter Knobel destroy the village to save it?
Riders rest easy on The Block.
Jesse Csincsak gives handouts in a hand-to-mouth sport.
These women are going downhill fast.
A surprising portrait of an aging godfather deserves a place of honor with the Corleones.
Keeping hype to a dull roar, Eyes Adrift washes ashore with an all-star veteran lineup -- and plenty of scars.
Gangster No. 1 paints a bloody good picture of a soulless British thug.
The year's screen gems.
The Museum of Contemporary Art lays out a postmodern fish story.
From the directors of Suture comes a deeply satisfying new film noir.