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  • Blogs

    October 1, 2014

    The Ten Best Movie Events in Denver in October

    Some say October is the month when the veil between the dead and the living vanishes. For movie lovers, this is no rare thing: We're used to the shadows of the past flickering before our eyes and yesterday's voices flooding our ears. And not just in horror films; after all, every movie -- even scien ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 30, 2014

    Boulder's Ninox Has Men Covered With New Outerwear Line

    Ninox, a new apparel company based in Boulder, is bridging the gap between men's fashion and technical outerwear. Founders Greg Casals and Allie Thielens have applied their interest in modern design to innovative technological fabrics for a new line launching this fall. They took a few minutes from ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 30, 2014

    Comedian Ryan Hamilton on Inspiration, Comic Competitions and More

    Ryan Hamilton has been around the block a time or two; the resident of New York City (who grew up in Idaho) was named one of Rolling Stone's Five Comics to Watch in 2012 and appeared on two seasons of Last Comic Standing, where he gave a good showing. He'll be performing at the downtown Comedy Works ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 29, 2014

    DinnerLab's Pop-Up Experiment Comes to Denver

    Chef Danny Espinoza walked right off a flight from New York and was shuffled to a cramped kitchen in Arvada to cook for a hundred strangers. It was his first time on the line in Colorado. "I always wanted to come here," the vivacious Chicagoan chef says of Denver. "They're like, 'Hey, you're launchi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 26, 2014

    Calling Denver Rappers of All Stripes to the Third Rap-A-Thon

    Tonight, the Savoy Events Center will once again be filled wall-to-wall with people from all walks of life who came for one reason: Rocking the mic. MCs from across Colorado will come together for the second Rap-A-Thon, which will feature art, fashion and hours of rhyming. See also: The "Controvers ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 25, 2014

    Was The Inaugural Cloak & Dagger Music Festival The Start Of Something Big?

    Brennan Bryarly, founder of the Hundred, put on his first festival this weekend, Cloak and Dagger, which was held in the Golden Triangle at City Hall and Vinyl and featured almost thirty electronic producers and DJs. The festival was in the works for two years. But when Bryarly first tried to put on ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2014

    Fort Carson Gets a Black Eye for Its Treatment of These Green Berets

    Sergeant First Class Emil Wojcik wasn't the same after a rollover car crash at Fort Carson in March 2013 broke one of his cervical vertebrae. That, combined with the various times he'd been knocked unconscious during rough parachute landings, seemed to knock something permanently askew in his mind. ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2014

    Take Car2Go to Red Rocks, But Not The Way I Did

    Driving to Red Rocks is a little ridiculous. It's a huge, unspoken part of the experience that goes directly against why the amphitheater is so great in the first place: It's a natural venue in a picturesque part of the state, a space where you can see an amazing show while admiring how fucking awes ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2014

    Breckenridge-Wynkoop CEO Lee Driscoll Talks About Wazee Supper Club's 40th Anniversary

    The Wazee Supper Club has been holding down the corner of 15th and Wazee streets for forty years, in a part of town that's seen more change than there are pizza toppings on the Wazee menu. Gone are the viaducts that sent traffic over, instead of through, the part of downtown that's now called LoDo b ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2014

    Twelve Denver Restaurants That Have Hit Fifty -- and Are Still in the Family

    The Saucy Noodle, which Gretchen Kurtz reviews this week, celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in August -- a remarkable record for a restaurant that's still in the founding family's hands. But it's not the only place in the area run by family members fifty years after it opened. Up in Louisville, th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 23, 2014

    25 Things We Learned at Riot Fest 2014

    Live music always offers some kind of release, but Riot Fest appeared to be a particularly welcome respite for many fans.Tom Murphy It's been almost two decades since I first saw Mineral, and the time hasn't hurt its sound. It hasn't helped it, either. Mineral's brand of whiny emo and shameless Sun ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 19, 2014

    Anthony Buchanan's Found Footage Frenzy Is Beyond Belief

    Almost every city has some sort of microcinema -- a small-scale, do-it-yourself movie screening series showcasing experimental, oddball, archival and underground films and videos. But Denver needs more of them, says Anthony Buchanan, so he's launching Cinema Contra, his own wandering microcinema tha ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 19, 2014

    A Desire to Be Creative Brought Elizoebeth Jensen -- and Her Jewelry -- to Denver

    Elizoebeth Jensen's first move to a creative life was leaving California for Colorado in 2005. Seven years later, she gave up her California consulting job and became a full-time designer and mother. Jensen is now the creative mind and designer responsible for beautiful, delicate pieces of jewelry. ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 18, 2014

    Celebrating Fashion with Terri Garbarini in Cherry Creek North

    Terri Garbarini, owner and fashion curator of Garbarini, has been a pillar of the Denver fashion community for thirty years. Before leaving on a trip to New York, she took a few minutes to talk with us about Garbarini's larger digs in Cherry Creek North, fall fashion trends and why the store is par ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 18, 2014

    Denver Cartoonist Spills Colfax Avenue's Secrets in 30 Miles of Crazy!

    Karl Christian Krumpholz is a historian of the most seamy, lurid thoroughfare in Denver: Colfax Avenue. His medium is his webcomic, 30 Miles of Crazy! where he trawls the street for stories of drunkenness, depravity, and insanity. Now he's rolled the archives of the comic into one handy paperback: t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 17, 2014

    Review: LYFE Kitchen Has Good Intentions, But Needs More

    LYFE Kitchen 8505 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree 303-706-9100 A meal at LYFE Kitchen isn't just supposed to fill you up; it's supposed to make you feel good. Founded three years ago in California by a pair of former McDonald's executives and an investment banker, this rapidly expanding chain, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 16, 2014

    Eleven Famous Musicians Who Recently Moved to Colorado

    With the legalization of cannabis for recreational use starting January 1, 2014, Colorado has become a destination for touring bands. However, a steady stream of artists have been moving to the state for years. Some seem to use it purely as a base of operations, but some have engaged with the local ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 15, 2014

    Natalie Egleston's Family Files Lawsuit Against NYC Doctor in Aspen Skiing Death

    Last year, we told you about the tragic death of Philadelphia-based executive Natalie Egleston in a skiing accident on Aspen Mountain. No criminal charges were filed against Dr. Virginia Chen, the New York dermatologist who ran into Egleston. But now, Chen is reportedly the target of a lawsuit filed ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 15, 2014

    The Unsinkable Margaret Brown Was a Crusader Before She Became a Musical Heroine

    Margaret Tobin Brown was not the perky, Debbie Reynolds-like character from The Unsinkable Molly Brown. In fact, she was not even known as Molly when she lived in Denver. The "Indomitable Mrs. James J. Brown" might have been a better nickname, since despite being snubbed by this city's society maven ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 12, 2014

    Denver Post Officially for Sale

    Over recent months, there have been rumors aplenty that the Denver Post and other newspaper properties under the Digital First Media banner would soon be put up for sale -- a prospect supported by members of the Denver Newspaper Guild, who published an open letter earlier this week that essentially ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 12, 2014

    Cannabis Time Capsule, 1937: American G.I. Gets Hassled by Stoned Mexican Prisoners

    To borrow a phrase the legendary American cinema masterpiece Anchorman: In the 1930s, Chicago-based writer Floyd Gibbons was the balls. The one-eyed war hero embodied the rough, tough American male image and dazzled the public with his syndicated stories in newspapers, radio and on television, whi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 11, 2014

    Skanks Documents a Community Drag Musical in Birmingham, Alabama

    Even in the most conservative areas, theater provides a home for the misfits, the oddballs, the outcasts and the rebels. In his new documentary, Skanks, David McMahon follows a group of performers as they prepare to perform Billy Ray Brewton's raunchy drag musical Skanks in a One Horse Town, in Birm ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 10, 2014

    The Wonders of the Wonder View Tower Are on the Block: Going, Going, Gone

    A hundred miles east of Denver is a rise that, at around 5,900 feet, is the highest point between Denver and Kansas City -- or between Denver and Chicago, or between Denver and New York, depending on who's doing the measuring and who's doing the bragging. This rise marks what has traditionally been ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 10, 2014

    Americas Latin Eco-Festival Builds the Latino Environmental Movement

    Writer Irene Vilar came from a political family. Her mother, who devoted herself to the struggle for Puerto Rican independence, spent decades in prison for political actions. Her family had two Episcopalian priests involved in liberation theology, a Latin American religious movement whose followers ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 10, 2014

    Red Mango Goes Cold in the Lowenstein Complex

    Katie Reinisch kept her cool through four years as a communications director at the Colorado Legislature, so it wasn't surprising to learn she was having a blast running the frozen-yogurt spot, Red Mango, that she and her husband opened in the Lowenstein Complex in the summer of 2012. "We'd always w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 9, 2014

    Josh Hartwell Takes Off This Week With Grounded, Dylan Went Electric

    Josh Hartwell, writer, actor and director, is one of the area's treasures. A modest, diffident soul, he seems to prefer being out of the limelight, but we recently named him one of our 100 Colorado Creatives, and he'll be getting even more attention this week, when he directs George Brant's one-woma ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 9, 2014

    Denver Newspaper Guild Advertises for New, Local Denver Post Owner

    For months, rumors have circulated that the Denver Post and other newspapers in the Digital First Media chain might be put up for sale by Alden Global Capital, DFM's majority owner. Thus far, that hasn't happened -- but many members of the Denver Newspaper Guild, which represents the majority of Po ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 9, 2014

    Kathy Bacon Bringing Fashion to the Airwaves With Fashion Forward Radio

    What do you get when you cross a passion for fashion with an entrepreneurial spirit? Kathy Bacon, founder of Dress for Success Denver and Fashion Forward Radio. This longtime supporter of the scene took a few minutes away from the mike to answer a few questions about Fashion Forward Radio and the sc ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 14, 2013

    The 50 best rap lyrics of all time: Complete list

    Last week, we took a look at the fifty worst rap lyrics of all time. Going through all the dreck and drivel to get to the crème de la crème of crappiness was tedious and rather exhausting. This week, we even things out by taking a look at the other end of the spectrum and examining rap lyrics to f ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 13, 2012

    The twenty best hip-hop shows of 2012

    As much of a stronghold as our town is for EDM, Denver is also a hotbed of hip-hop. Although we've always held true to the assertion, and such a declaration would seem perfectly reasonable to even casual observers, the point was never driven home more definitively than when we took a look back at th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 13, 2012

    Nikola Tesla's career is re-energized by cartoonist Matthew Inman

    It took a cartoonist to re-energize interest in eccentric scientist Nikola Tesla. Matthew Inman recently posted a piece on The Oatmeal, his comic website, explaining "Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived," and it's inspired more than a million dollars in donations to turn one of his ... More >>

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    August 6, 2009
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    August 28, 2008

    Now Showing

    Capsule reviews of current exhibits

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    August 21, 2008

    Now Showing

    Capsule reviews of current exhibits

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    August 14, 2008

    Now Showing

    Capsule reviews of current exhibits

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    August 7, 2008

    Now Showing

    Capsule reviews of current exhibits

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    July 31, 2008

    Now Showing

    Capsule reviews of current exhibits

  • Culture

    September 1, 2005

    Memory Lane

    A farewell to architect Eugene Sternberg and landscape architect Jane Silverstein Ries.

  • Culture

    April 28, 2005

    Firing Line

    A salute to the late, great James McKinnell, a master of Colorado ceramics.

  • News

    October 21, 2004

    The Alternative Voters Guide

    The Legislative Councils ballot-analysis booklet has inspired so many fights, it should be called the black-and-blue book. Heres our cure.

  • Culture

    March 11, 2004

    Serious Fun

    New minimalism is championed at Rule, while it's new pop at + Zeile/Judish.

  • Music

    December 4, 2003

    Rock Steady

    Don't call Aesop Rock the savior of hip-hop. He's just trying to be original.

  • News

    January 31, 2002

    Revising the Standards

    A potential change in radio-frequency limits heats up a longstanding controversy.

  • Culture

    May 11, 2000

    Totally Abstract

    At 100 years old, abstract art still holds its shape.

  • News

    April 8, 1999

    Disconnected

    As US West pulls strings at the legislature, it could cut the lines to competition.

  • Culture

    March 11, 1999
  • Film

    January 7, 1999
  • News

    July 9, 1998

    The Underclass

    Colorado's illegal immigrants find trouble even when they try to do things legally.

  • Music

    October 18, 1995

    A GLASS ACT

    COMPOSER PHILIP GLASS SEARCHES FOR A DIFFERENT KIND OF BEAUTY IN BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.

  • News

    January 18, 1995

    SOUNDS OF SILENCE

    A GAG ORDER LEAVES TROUBLING QUESTIONS ABOUT THE QUIGLEY-ARONSON FEUD.

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