This weekend, Breaking Bad comes to an end. No more Walter White. No more Heisenberg. No more Jesse, Saul or Todd. No more of television's best drama. That's going to leave a gaping hole in fans' hearts, but one lucky -- and wealthy -- superfan has the opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind piece of Bre ... More >>
The final eight episodes of Breaking Bad will begin Sunday. Over the course of five seasons, the series has established itself not just as one of the best shows now on TV, but as one of the best ever -- maybe the best ever. On the eve of this final stretch, we decided to look back over the series as ... More >>
Little Mike, back home for the holidaysTwo key figures in the evolution of Denver's constantly changing dance-music scene, Little Mike and Crazy Larry are coming home for the holidays -- and for the party "Homecoming Queenz," which they co-headline Saturday at 2200. Little Mike (known to his ... More >>
TV theme songs have gotten a little more hip in recent years -- from Cake lending "Short Skirt, Long Jacket" to Chuck to Lazlo Bane doing "I'm no Superman" for Scrubs, to any of the seasonal iterations of Tom Waits' "Way Down in the Hole" on The Wire. But there was a time -- it still happens ... More >>
Chris Eigeman, Denver guy. As a certain Westword editor-in-chief likes to say, Denver has exactly ONE in-town celebrity. His name rhymes with “smellway.” But unless you spend Tuesday nights sucking down saketinis and $45 steaks in Cherry Creek, you are not likely to encounter the Mile High Cit ... More >>
The Q&A below starring Roots drummer Ahmir ?uestlove Thompson, whose band opens for Westword profile and Q&A subject Erykah Badu, represented a first for yours truly. Never before had I conducted an interview with an artist who spent the first portion of the conversation on a treadmill. But Thompson ... More >>
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