Denver gets its share of national jazz talent, but September proves to be an exceptionally good month, with some legendary folks like Esperanza Spalding, John Ambercrombie, David Torn, Brian Blade and Allison Miller coming to town, as well as a fine selection of estimable local talent. Keep reading ... More >>
A bill to expand midwives' scope of practice in Colorado that's seen its fair share of compromises may have had its easiest day in the spotlight yesterday. After several hours of testimony and questions about infant death rates and medical liability insurance, the House Judiciary Committee ... More >>
Tuesday, October 5, Mount Vernon Country Club, 303-526-0616.
The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers is hitting the road this fall in support of his solo debut, Flamingo, which hits stores today on Island. He'll be at the Ogden Theatre on Thursday, November 18. Tickets ($30) go on sale Saturday, September 18 at 10 a.m. Another frontman heading out on t ... More >>
Ken WeaverThe most notable part of the first meeting of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's new Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee, held this morning, wasn't what occurred, but what was missing: Staffers announced that Ken Weaver, the committee's designated patient ad ... More >>
"I think we showed tremendous character in the way we got pulverized..."CU Buffs coach Dan Hawkins certainly talks a good game. Trouble is, football is about making plays, not excuses -- something Hawkins didn't acknowledge in the wake of the team's 36-17 loss to the Missouri Tigers on Saturd ... More >>
Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical tunes up the classic morality tale.
Luigi's knows how to use the old noodle.
In Jefferson County, vasectomies are quick, cheap and cool.
A private investigator tracks a toxic trail through Arvada.
ITS FAMOUS NIGHTSPOTS ARE UNDER THE GUN--AND THE ECCENTRIC CITY OF GLENDALE IS STARTING TO SOBER UP.CLEAN SWEEP A BUTTON-DOWN MAYOR IS WIELDING HIS CLOUT--AND TINY GLENDALE'S WIDE-OPEN WAYS MAY BE ABOUT TO CHANGE.