Tonight, the Savoy Events Center will once again be filled wall-to-wall with people from all walks of life who came for one reason: Rocking the mic. MCs from across Colorado will come together for the second Rap-A-Thon, which will feature art, fashion and hours of rhyming. See also: The "Controvers ... More >>
Basketball is "the sport that best defines the 21st-century American experience," argues Brett Kashmere, talking about the subject of his documentary From Deep, which will screen at the Sidewinder Tavern on Saturday, August 16. The cinematic essay explores basketball, hip-hop, and the way the progre ... More >>
#69: Andy Juett Andy Juett came to the local comedy scene via radio, and has blossomed into a booster, standup comic, producer, stage host, behind-the-scenes guy and co-owner of the High Plains Comedy Festival, which kicks off its second year in August. But he also rolls out comedy shows all year 'r ... More >>
Kevin Kain (aka Kevin Henderson) can typically be found posted up in the VIP area of the hottest clubs on any given weekend night, and occasionally a Thursday appearance at Club Vinyl's Reggae on the Roof.
It's a long way from LoDo to Haiti, but Dan Jeune wants to bridge the gap. With friendship.
Sunday, April 9, Gothic Theatre, 303-788-0984.
NBA All-Star Weekend
HIV infection is soaring in the Latino population. Can El Futuro slow it down?
Kevin Fletcher aims for the NBA --from Europe.
Colorado could be courting a winner in the NCAA Tournament.
The Nuggets are ready to ride the new kid in town.
It may be the thought that counts, but only donations will keep the Colorado AIDS Project out of trouble.
A glimpse of the dysfunctional NBA clan from a lofty family-night perch.
The Jurassic 5 make a heroic ascent from the hip-hop underground.
By aiming for the lowest common denominator, Up in Smoke went over like gangbusters.
Allís so-so in the off-the-mark hoop drama Love & Basketball.
Denver sports-talk host Thierry Smith has survived by speaking softly in a loud, loud world.
Next month, Colorado voters will decide whether the state's $5 billion worth of tax-exempt properties are all charity cases.
RAPPER COMMON SENSE GETS BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS DAD.