Don't be bummed that it's Monday. Since Friday is the Fourth, this work-week is only four days long -- and there are plenty of free activities to keep you entertained until the holiday. Go to the online Westword calendar for a complete list of activities this week, and feel free to post info on an ... More >>
People would laugh until they cried when Lori Callahan took the stage at Comedy Works South. And on April 13, both laughter and tears poured out as friends, family members and Callahan's fellow comics gathered in the room where the redheaded comic had slung jokes for years, taking their turn at the ... More >>
Denver blog posts remember. At our Show & Tell blog, Byron Graham shares memories of comic Lori Callahan, who was just 54 when she died. Colorado Pols says Bob Beauprez goes both ways on a personhood abortion ban. Denver Frank shares a graphic featuring every state's favorite artist.
Comedian Lori Callahan is not getting rave reviews for her video mocking the current "I'm a Mormon" campaign, the appropriately titled "I'm NOT a Mormon." "To me, it feels like a cult," Callahan says of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, explaining that the sketch was designed not to ... More >>
Lori Callahan is not a Mormon.Even though we may have made the "wrong assumption, wrong conclusion" about the onslaught of "I'm a Mormon" billboards across the state, comedian Lori Callahan still sees a correlation. She can't help but think that as the election draws closer, Republican presid ... More >>
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