On July 22, The Colorado Theatre Guild will present the Colorado equivalent of the Tonys: the eighth annual Henry Awards, celebrating outstanding achievements during the past season. The event not only celebrates local work, it's also an annual fundraiser for the CTG. The nominees were released last ... More >>
It's become a rite of passage for Denver mayors to record a welcome greeting for Denver International Airport's underground train. John Hickenlooper started the trend; then came Bill Vidal's bilingual version. Now, Michael Hancock has gotten into the act with his own DIA train greeting -- but ... More >>
What with the news about the Tribune Co. filing for bankruptcy yesterday, it's no surprise that the folks at Gawker are wondering if some notable newspapers will fail in the near future. "Newspapers: The Official Survival Odds" finds writer Hamilton Nolan weighing in on the future of the New York ... More >>
Liberal activist Tom Hayden speaks at Cameron Church.
Fast reviews of recent releases
This sparrow doesn’t fly.
You may not want to see United 93, but you should.
My Chemical Romance has found an explosive formula.
Local 33 brings blood, sweat and beers to its blue-collar twang.
From inner space to the intergalactic, Wayne Shorter explores the deepest reaches of jazz.
The settlements. The spin. The remaining secrets.
The Dutch masters show at the Denver Art Museum is quite a treat.
Storytelling blusters with sex, rage and insanity.
2001? What 2001?
The acid jazz of United Dope Front keeps 'em dancing in the trenches.
From the week of August 17
You may not have a flight, but you could be a winner!
Heaving on a jet plane
Guitarist Mark Ribot stumbles upon the hottest trend in popular music.
Westword's Guide to teh '96-'97 ski and snowboard season
New airline Jet Aspen finally lands--in bankruptcy court.
Wild Bill Hardney keeps getting knocked down. And he gets right back up.
THE JOYS OF THE NEW JOHN COLTRANE RELEASE.
THE ONLY THINGS NAUGHTY BY NATURE SHOOTS UP ARE HIP-HOP STEREOTYPES.