Reverend Charles Cox is a Spiritualist minister, which means he performs the rituals most ministers do: weddings, christenings and funerals. But Charles Cox also communes with the dead, and Cox will teach a class tonight at Isis Books and Gifts on the history of mediumship and the meaning religion o ... More >>
#67: Emily K. Harrison Emily K. Harrison is a theatrical powerhouse: In addition to guiding and directing Boulder's inventive square product theatre, she's an actor, teacher and booster of alternative theater along the Front Range, forever advocating for her own company and others engaged in the sa ... More >>
A Hollywood stylist before the term was even coined, costume designer Edith Head was the imagination behind the wardrobes for hundreds of films. For decades, the petite, behind-the-scenes boss oversaw a majority of Paramount's clothing-design work, dressing stars like Elizabeth Taylor and Bette Davi ... More >>
Fall is coming, slowly but surely. And while leaves aren't yet turning in Denver, you can see the season shift in the clothes people are wearing. This week we present a double dose of women's wear. One woman is dressed for a ball, the other for business. Keep reading to see how Casie Ryan and Mary S ... More >>
While many are counting the days until fall, others are still reveling in summer's glory. Catie Long is one of those. We spotted her on South Broadway, where her fashions were a definite standout. Find out more about Long's funky, vintage street style straight ahead. See also: What's in your bag? G ... More >>
CREEP! is a movie about the making of a movie whose biggest star is a phallic monster made out of a rug. The monster is from outer space and it's hungry. Oh, and its mouth? It looks like a vagina. The CREEP! crew, including Colorado Springs-based director Pete Schuermann, launched a Kickstarter camp ... More >>
It's been a busy sixteen months for Handsome Little Devils. In October 2011, the vaudevillian comedy troupe took its Squirm Burpee Circus act -- a blend of acrobatics, juggling and juggling -- to Broadway, enjoying a successful run at the New Victory Theatre and getting positive reviews in such litt ... More >>
This week, Nickelodeon has been running some of its favorite shows of the '90s, finally tapping into what the Internet has been saying all along: People like old television programming. And, as Netflix continues to make its customers increasingly irate with price increases (information releas ... More >>
Every Friday we spotlight the hottest cats (and kittens) behind the decks in the MHC, grilling them to gain some insight on what it takes, exactly, to get the party rocking, to find out about their most treasured crate digging experiences and what they really think when we stumble up to them half co ... More >>
Sorting out the payday in Denver's new recycling plan.
Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert peddle Candy not everybody wants.
Jenny Lewis takes a break from Rilo Kiley with a solo experiment.
Yours, Mine & Ours lowers the bar for miserable remakes.
Monday, June 13, Gothic Theatre, 303-788-0984.
End of Love (SpinArt)
Larry Gelbart is one of TV's last great writers. So why can't he stay tuned?
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
The Queens of the Stone Age find tipped-out serenity in their private desert oasis.
Colorado's last affordable housing is rolling down the road.
SHE WATCHED HER MOTHER BEING MURDERED, BUT HER BIGGEST TRIALS ARE YET TO COME.IN THE CHILD'S BEST INTEREST AFTER SURVIVING A HAMMER ATTACK THAT KILLED HER MOTHER, ALEXIS STORKSON FINDS HER FUTURE STILL UP FOR GRABS.