While some TV series like The Office, Lost and The Simpsons carried on long after they lost the magic that originally captivated us, Arrested Development remained a razor sharp comedy right up to its 2006 cancellation. So it was no small Internet miracle when the news broke that Netflix would be fun ... More >>
Today, the Supreme Court will consider arguments for and against the Defense of Marriage Act -- a hearing that recalls the court's part in tossing out 1992's Amendment 2, which prevented bodies in Colorado from recognizing gays and lesbians as a protected class. The passage of Amendment 2 led to Col ... More >>
"If I can avoid putting anything from the movie in the movie poster, then I'm doing okay," says artist Jay Shaw. His film- poster art, which has taken off over the past year as he's worked with Austin collectible art boutique Mondo, rarely includes characters, actors or anything from the actual movi ... More >>
Oh yeah, that's Madonna, Sting and TupacWe are flashed hundreds of images of celebrities doing regular stuff everyday via tabloids and television -- they get caught buying groceries, going to Starbucks and fighting inappropriately with their significant others in public. But who cares if they ... More >>
John BonathWhen the exhibit Warhol in Colorado debuts tonight at DU's Myhren Gallery, one of the show's major components will include photos taken of Warhol by Colorado photographers in the early '80s, when the pop artist visited Fort Collins amid much hoopla for a major exhibition of his wor ... More >>
We all remember Dolph Lundgren, right? Played the Russian dude who told Rocky "I must break you" in Rocky IV? Played He-Man in the god-awful Masters of the Universe live-action film? That guy? Yeah, turns out he's actually Swedish. Oh, and also? He is a complete badass. Not sold? See today's ... More >>
What was blown besides this cop's cover?
OutKast's Depression-era hip-hop musical has a loving respect for the Old South.
Parker Posey and Paul Rudd get their OH faces on.
America's royalty our Hollywood film stars return to Vail.
Connie and Carla is based on a classic but ends up a drag.
Karen Finley finds power in Make Love.
Competion is stiff in the sex-toy business. But Kevin Larson comes prepared.
A savagely demented emcee overcomes false notes to conjure the proper nightclub despair.
Redefining chamber music on Turtle Island.
Three members of famous musical families provide a good argument for nepotism.
Why we care that the king rat has packed it in.
Reports of Prince's creative death have been greatly exaggerated.
LIFE IS A DRAG FOR PUSSY TOURETTE--AND THAT'S THE WAY HE LIKES IT.