Sandi Peterson sometimes worried about how her son Dan, who moved to Denver in 2010, was getting by in a new city. And when she flew here in July from Wisconsin, it was meaningful to meet so many of his friends at once, even if it was under the worst of circumstances. Her son had been badly injured ... More >>
An all-white bicycle with a bouquet of yellow flowers is now locked to a street pole on Lincoln at 6th Avenue -- an intersection where a cyclist collided with a car whose driver allegedly stole the bike and fled from the scene. The memorial, put up by local bike advocates who wish to remain anonym ... More >>
Are fiscally ambitious heartlanders running afoul of food's haughtiest label?
Governor Bill Ritter is heading down to Colorado Springs today, where he'll host a town-hall meeting and sign a number of bills. And along the way, he'll no doubt pass a handful of unauthorized signs along I-25, all asking, "Why does Ritter hate El Paso County?" Why indeed? I asked Evan Dreyer, ... More >>
Matador Records tried to pull a fast one by saying the Condo Fucks was a legendary New London, Connecticut trio that returned after a long hiatus from performing. The label also stated that a secretive Hoboken rehearsal was recorded and was released March 24 as the album Fuckbook, which just so happ ... More >>
Suburban Home Records gets pilfered. Again.
Virgil Dickerson has always suspected that people have been stealing his music. Now he has irrefutable proof. When we spoke last month, the head of Suburban Home Records had no quanitfiable evidence to support his claims that illegal downloads were taking a toll on the label’s bottom line. Still, ... More >>