Do you see dead people? Well, too bad. That's not the sixth sense that the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is looking for. The museum's Genetics of Taste Lab has partnered with Purdue University on a new community study to identify a sixth taste in the human spectrum: sweet, sour, salty, savory, ... More >>
Eve Ensler -- who will be in Boulder for a benefit for LOCAL Theater Company on Friday, October 11, is known to Coloradans primarily as the author of that raucous, liberating and unflinching theater piece, The Vagina Monologues, which has been performed several times in the Denver area -- as well as ... More >>
The first thing the Mythbusters say before starting an experiment on their television show is, "Don't try this at home." Fans of the show will finally have an opportunity to disregard this advice and try their favorite experiments at Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition. The interactive exhibition ... More >>
Is there a more geek-friendly month than October? With Halloween anchoring things at the end, we get a full slate of horror goodies all month, and even the mundanes get in the spirit. Horror not your thing? It's still an excuse to dress up as your favorite robot, hobbit or superhero (plus, free cand ... More >>
I'm a firm believer in feeding my kids whatever the adults are having, so they've grown up eating everything from mussels to kale salad. One exception, though, is jerk chicken, which makes the green Tabasco that people put on eggs seem like, well, kids' stuff. But I love this spicy, Jamaican class ... More >>
Trees need lots of things to grow: dirt, water, sunlight. And in the case of now-Governor John Hickenlooper's ambitious plan to plant a million trees in metro Denver by 2025, they also need cold, hard cash. As such, the tree-planting initiative, called The Mile High Million, is hosting its fi ... More >>
Last week, the Internetz finally caught wind of Denver-based artist Landon Meier's exceptionally creepy Hyperflesh masks, most notably with a 2009 video of a creepy family walking down the 16th Street Mall with baby heads on. Meier's masks have got a bit more traction recently with a perfect ... More >>
Mixing it up in New Mexico.