We recently stumbled across a vintage list of the ten most sexually active American cities assembled by Quality Health. Turns out Denver is very high among communities experiencing a happy ending, if you know what we mean. And we're pretty sure you do. Where did Denver finish? Look below to see t ... More >>
Machine Gun Kelly (named after the infamous early 20th Century gangster) is well-known for his rapid-fire delivery, rabid fan base, "Wild Boy" persona and crazy antics (during a performance for a Microsoft Store, he was stomping across tables, destroying several computers before getting shut down by ... More >>
Zombies have never not been cool as f*ck, but thanks to the insane popularity of The Walking Dead, anything and everything zombie is what all the cool kids are into this Halloween season, and two of Denver's premier haunted houses are feeding some bwains into the trend with the "Undead" trapped-in-b ... More >>
This week's cover story, "Peak Performance," describes how the pull of past history and the power of publishing inspired Shannon Galpin to create Mountain2Mountain, an international nonprofit dedicated to educating women in conflict zones. Although Galpin was influenced most strongly by the fact tha ... More >>
This Sunday, comedian Rob Delaney will be at the Gothic Theatre bringing his unique blend of incredibly manly, slightly offensive humor to Denver. To prep for the big event, we talked to him about a few of the main points of his stand-up, which mostly boils down to sex, sex, sex and the occa ... More >>
Update (07/22/11): So here's the very latest word that we've heard. After Arts & Venues Denver spokesperson Kristin Rust debunked the rumors earlier this week that Janet Jackson, Usher and Red Hot Chili Peppers would be performing at Red Rocks tonight, there's word that Christina Aguilera and ... More >>
Yesterday, we brought you the long and strange story of Michael Fairchild, whose labyrinthine research we stumbled across when we were looking into the seemingly random slew of asteroid movies of the late '90s. Fairchild's theories -- which involve Jimi Hendrix, extrasensory perception, Micro ... More >>
Like all of us, Skype began as a mere twinkle in the eye of its creators. In less than ten years, it had matured into a beautiful adult. Skype has made its Swedish, Danish and Estonian parents proud, with its latest life accomplishment -- you guessed it -- being sold for $8.5 billi to Microso ... More >>
Matt Johnson is the owner of Mindful Software, LLC, an iOS developer that just released the app Group Trivia, a trivia game that hopes to bridge the gap between online and local play while providing a perfect way to waste a few minutes at a time. With iOS becoming such a popular medium for de ... More >>
#1In this era of online ordering, getting stuff in the mail is much more common than it was a decade ago. No longer are consumers forced to wait in long lines, dealing with other people's smells and peanut gallery comments. Yes, we're in the midst of an unboxing trend that seems to gain stren ... More >>
Looking for the best place to rock-out in Denver? You don't say. So are we. What a coincidence. Luckily, this morning we happened upon this helpful bing.com billboard, which promises to help make our daunting quests infinitely easier. The hunt, it seems, at least according to Microsoft's fl ... More >>
Crispin Porter BoguskyBoulder-based advertising firm Crispin Porter Bogusky is renowned for using viral tactics and edgy (and sometimes controversial) campaigns to turn around floundering companies and proliferate products or ideas that, prior to their input, had little airtime.
A quick perusal of Amazon shows that Thomas Keller's French Laundry cookbook regularly costs $50, the same price Grant Achatz charges for Alinea at Home. Heston Blumenthal's larger volume of recipes, the Big Fat Duck, weighs in at a hefty $250. And Ferran Adria, of the soon-to-close molecular ... More >>
The mark of the hacker.Update, 9:47 a.m.: The Denvergov.org website is back up. Learn more about recent cyber-attacks on it in the item below, originally published at 9:21 a.m. Someone with impressive tech skills appears to have a grudge against the City of Denver. The official website, Denv ... More >>
What writer wouldn't want to cover the Olympics? The glitz, the glamor and the high-profile nature of the gig are just about irresistible, regardless of your feelings about winter sports. I mean, I'd jump at the opportunity, and I couldn't care less about skiing, skating and curling. Well, cu ... More >>
Words get in the way of an otherwise stellar Lost Odyssey.
Does Halo 3 live up to its billing?
Thought Equity Motion is using old footage in new revenue-generating ways.
Barbarians, brain-eaters, and beagles round out the best of 2005.
Chris Browne's bowling documentary has gloom to spare.
Video-game journalists look for a little respect.
Rising political powerhouse Jared Polis is rich, tireless and filled with contradictions.
The city bats cleanup.
House of Sand and Fog is a masterful meditation on belonging.
After a six-year run, MP3.com is now eMPty3.com.
October 23, 2003
The Rah Expedition
Off the hook
Owen Wilson goes Behind Enemy Lines and lands on familiar terrain.
Singing his praises
Backbeat contributors reflect on the releases that helped them survive the year 2000.
From the week of November 23, 2000
While staff changes were smooth for Tante Louise, the Newsstand Cafe finds transition a little rough.
Boiler Room's first-time director follows the money.
Use your brain: Make it rain. This is Neil Slade's big moment. Fifteen million people will be listening.
For insomniacs, Super Kmart is a gift that keeps on giving--24 hours a day.
The bankruptcy of a tiny voting-machine company ensnares a gaggle of big names.
BILL GATES--NOT THAT BILL GATES--HELPS HIMSELF TO SOME QUALITY TIME. READ ALL ABOUT IT.