#98: Rian Kerrane Galway girl Rian Kerrane came to Colorado in 2002 to teach sculpture at the University of Colorado Denver, but her installations in mixed media and cast iron have an international reach, from the galleries of RedLine and Edge to others in her home country of Ireland. Perfectly com ... More >>
The Wall Tavern recently opened at 1112 Santa Fe Drive offering a "chill vibe, casually strong drinks, and our relaxing nature," according to its Facebook page. Owners Isiah Pachner and Justin Cooper wanted to incorporate an arty feel to the place since they are located in the Art District on Santa ... More >>
SPEAKEASY TIGER @ MARQUIS THEATER | SAT, 4/27/13 Half a decade ago, Speakeasy Tiger seemed to be in the right place at the right time, with a kind of electro-rock that was equal parts Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Gossip, only gone in a more pop direction. The group got its start as an expansion of origin ... More >>
Friday, December 7, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.
This year's Great American Beer Festival played temporary home to 580 breweries -- and with more than 2,700 beers poured, the fest's professional judge panel had its hands (and mouths) full when making decisions on the winners of all 84 categories. Continue reading for the full list of the weekend's ... More >>
Long before Buford -- the tiny Wyoming town with its own zip code but a population of exactly one -- became an international sensation, it was a road-trip must-stop for my family. We'd discovered it one morning when we'd zipped past Cheyenne and realized we might need gas before Laramie. Buford, loc ... More >>
In this week's cover story, "Slam, Bam, Thank You, Ma'am," Westword shadowed Denver poet Suzi Q. Smith and traveled to Wyoming with her and two other big names on the national touring roster: Bobby Lefebre and Theo "Lucifury" Wilson. Aside from a lowly Westword writer, the rental car held three sepa ... More >>
Molly Midyette has the odds stacked against her. She's serving a sixteen-year prison sentence over the 2006 death of her twelve-week-old son Jason Jay Midyette, a punishment she says she doesn't deserve because ex-husband Alex Midyette and his powerful family allegedly sabotaged her defense t ... More >>
Jack Daniels BBQ Media2 Lil' Macs BBQ is the little piggy of "The Jack." The Broomfield-based team is now en route to Lynchburg, Tennessee, for the 22nd Annual Jack Daniel's World Championship Invitational Barbecue. The contest will be smokin' today and tomorrow, with teams competing for $30,000 ... More >>
Back in June, commissioner Ben Pearlman told us about the passage of new rules for medical marijuana operations in Boulder County. An application to grow marijuana on the 67-acre Szymanski Farms property would have been rejected under the updated regs. But because the ap was filed before thei ... More >>
Photo by Meg LankerWilliam Ayers in front of the Cheney Center. Sorry, Dick.Tuesday, a U.S. District Court judge ruled a speech by controversial professor William Ayers that the University of Wyoming tried to ban should go forward. It was a victory for Denver attorney David Lane and UW stude ... More >>
This past weekend the largest gay-rights demonstration in close to a decade descended on Washington, D.C., where lawmakers may finally approve the Matthew Shepard & James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, a measure that would add sexual orientation and gender identity to the categories c ... More >>
It's American Craft Beer Week - seven days that even the United States Congress felt should be set aside for drinking micro brews. But Colorado's beer culture is worth a deeper look, since 100 craft breweries operated here in 2008, producing 75,000 barrels of delicious beer. Of particular interest ... More >>
Thought Equity Motion is using old footage in new revenue-generating ways.
Fast reviews of recent releases
It only takes 38 inches to make the Dlist.
Ledger and Gyllenhaal are cowboys in love.
Stoli and the Beers brew up a potent batch of rocking, intoxicating punk.
Tuesday, August 17, Climax Lounge, 303-292-5483.
When it comes to musical stagnation, Laymen Terms pleads innocent.
...is also good for Denver diners, as evidenced by Solera.
Landmark readings honor Kenneth Koch
Who's on First?
Acoustic Carnival gets ready to take its first spin through the Front Range.
The city's new all-ages policy draws jeers -- but no beers.
Matthew Shepard's murder and its aftermath are examined in The Laramie Project.
Bob Enyart is pro-life, pro-death (penalty) and anti-gay, and now he wants to take over the country.
First-time director Kimberly Peirce distinguishes herself and her real-life subject with Boys Don't Cry.
And thanks to these Pioneers, it will.
AFTER YEARS OF TENDING TO TRAVELERS, THE STATE LINE CAFE GETS READY FOR SUPPER.