From a special storytelling spectacular with The Narrators at Buntport to a summer new-play festival at Edge Theatre, this week's performing arts calendar has the proverbial something for everyone. Here are three more ways to stay busy with hot-weather diversions. See also: On the Hot Seat: Who Wil ... More >>
Whether you are a raincoat-wearing heavy-breather, an academic seeking fodder for educational frottage or a run-of-the-mill cineaste, beware, you had better be of age and hope the city authorities do not bust this festival up: The Denver Film Society has curated a lineup of erotic films sure to fan ... More >>
When Denver-based fine-art photographer Eric Schwartz set out to photograph people with tattoos, he didn't expect to find a detailed history underneath the artwork. After a chance meeting with California tattoo legend Edward "Chuco" Caballero at a national tattoo show, the story for Schwartz's first ... More >>
The best frontmen and women all have something in common. Whether it's their ability to connect with a crowd or the swagger with which they carry themselves, their fashion sense, the intrigue that surrounds them or their reckless disregard for their own well being, they all have that ineffable "it" ... More >>
Fabio Flagiello PastaVino 1043 Pearl Street, Boulder 303-955-8791 www.pastavino.com This is part one of my interview with Fabio Flagiello, exec-chef owner of PastaVino. Part two of my chat with the Boulder chef will run in this space tomorrow. "There's something about the life of a chef and resta ... More >>
Editor's note: Village Voice media film critic Karina Longworth is currently at the Toronto Film Festival, from where she'll be writing regular blog posts. This is her second in the series. The best, most daring and form-defying documentaries in the world right now are being funded by the Danish Fi ... More >>
When the sun goes down, nocturnal Denverites emerge and turn up their style swagger. Take a look at this week's trendsetters and rule-breakers -- caught in their natural environs of East 13th Avenue.
It was a photo in a magazine of a chef in his whites that inspired Fabio Flagiello to pursue a culinary career. "I was nine years old and leafing through a magazine and saw a chef in his jacket and hat, so I told my mom that I wanted too cook, and I never changed my mind," says Flagiello, who will o ... More >>
Lawrence Dai will be watching Julie & Julia for the 365th time at 8 p.m. tonight at the Jones, as part of the Denver Center Theatre Company's quirky Off-Center series. In addition to the screening, there will be free beer and unelaborated-upon shenanigans involving onions; tickets are $10. Julie & ... More >>
Somethingís rotten, all right, and itís this play.
The latest nightlife news.
Moving Hedda Gabler ahead several generations gives the play new life.
You'll swear you've seen this Superman somewhere before.
The Godfather game isn't personal. It's strictly business.
Gary Haney was living the high life until meth took him down.
Old home week
Leonard Barrett Jr.
Remembering the films that heated up cinemas this year.
Streisand and Hoffman save a family -- and a movie, too.
The Broncos stand tall at 1896
Meet Marlon Brando
The Starz Denver International Film Festival unspools for the 27th time.
PHAMALy rolls a winning Guys and Dolls.
Picnic fails to serve a satisfying main course.
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
From the week of November 21, 2002
A surprising portrait of an aging godfather deserves a place of honor with the Corleones.
A musical spoof of women's-prison flicks will sentence you to hard laughter.
A gutsy attempt to restage Tennessee Williams's classic inferno has trouble catching fire.
The year's screen gems.
James Gray takes us down to The Yards.
Tennessee Williams gets the funny business in The Glass Mendacity.
JILL SOBULE IS KEEPING HER BEDROOM PROCLIVITIES TO HERSELF.