It's not often that people can mix patterns and do it right -- which is why we were so happy to spot Los Angeles-based actress Jessica Reid. And as it turns out, she likes to make people happy with her look. Read on to learn where she shops and what inspires her personal style. See also:Womenswear ... More >>
As with past editions, this year's third annual Women Film Voices Film Festival aligns with the celebration of International Women's Day -- which is Friday, March 8. Curated by festival producer Tammy Brislin, FilmCenter artistic director Brit Withey and festival director Britta Erickson, narrativ ... More >>
Sometimes, one film in a festival lineup can help to reveal another in sharper relief. To wit, one of the loveliest entries in Sundance 2013's U.S. Dramatic Competition, James Ponsoldt's deeply felt coming-of-age drama The Spectacular Now, looked even better after the premiere of The Way Way Back, a ... More >>
There is no Denver Memorial Hospital. But if there were, we'd bet it wouldn't be in Vancouver. Sadly, that's where the upcoming CW television series Emily Owens, M.D., set at the fictional Denver Memorial Hospital, is being filmed. The show, which stars actress Mamie Gummer (Meryl Streep's daughter ... More >>
John Hickenlooper still isn't sure why he was the only elected official invited to sit in the President's Box with Barack Obama and this year's Kennedy Center Honors recipients: Yo-Yo Ma, Sonny Rollins, Neil Diamond, Meryl Streep and Barbara Cook. But Colorado's governor knows it was the thrill of a ... More >>
During Tuesday night's broadcast of the 34th annual Kennedy Center Honors, the cameras frequently swept over the President's box occupied by Barack and Michelle Obama, as well as honorees Sonny Rollins, Barbara Cook, Neil Diamond, Meryl Streep and Yo-Yo Ma -- and there, just to the president's right ... More >>
In years past, putting together a Best of Denver issue was like Sophie's Choice: In order to choose the favorite baby, all the rest of the babies had to die and then Meryl Streep killed herself. Now we have the vast internets and enough space to choose whatever we desire -- in your face, Nazi ... More >>
"Just a second. My ego's got an itch."I like to imagine that all of our shmucks -- every last one of them, from middle schoolers to the Mormon Madoff to the threesome from hell -- are, upon earning the honor, rounded up and herded into one confined space, to trade stories of their shmuckdom ... More >>
Photo courtesy of the Denver Film SocietyEd Harris with his co-stars for the evening, Starz Denver Film Festival co-founder Ron Henderson and Mayor John Hickenlooper.The Starz Denver Film Festival is seldom able to lure the biggest name actors to make appearances even when using its annual Ma ... More >>
The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cEven Better-er Know a District - Colorado's 2nd - Jared Poliswww.colbertnation.comColbert Report Full EpisodesPolitical HumorMeryl Streep It's one of those TV moments when you're thinking, "He won't do that. He wouldn't possibly do that." And then he doe ... More >>
Actress Meryl Streep as "Julia Child" in the new film, Julie and JuliaTo celebrate the release of Julie & Julia, the new flick about beloved American chef Julia Child and Julie Powell, the tenacious food blogger who conquered all the recipes in Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, the ... More >>
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The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor.
Uma as an old lady? Yeah, sure, why not.
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense.
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This Manchurian Candidate overhaul goes for the giggle.
An Irish reporter's story is immortalized as Hollywood truth.
Talented trio reveals that it's sad to be gloomy.
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Music of the Heart plays every cliche available.