It's not easy to get a boot in the door of the craft-brewing industry. It's even more difficult for women since breweries, with a few notable exceptions, are boys' clubs. But despite the stereotypes, there are plenty of ladies who love suds just as much as guys do, and they've made some serious stri ... More >>
Unlike many of my female beer-drinking cohorts, I don't get my lacy lingerie in a bunch (mostly because I totally don't own lacy lingerie) over the fact that Molson Coors is about to release Animée, a beer made for women. Marketing: I can dig it. But still, it's a little absurd that the co ... More >>
Nothing says "fitness" like a dozen doughnuts. The eighth annual Krispy Kreme Challenge took place in North Carolina last weekend. The four-mile race is notable because it generates more than $100,000 for the North Carolina Children's Hospital -- but also because it has 2,400 calories of doug ... More >>
In the small town of Newport, Oregon, residents were suddenly startled by the extra benefit of the pink shrimp that they'd bought in local markets: It glowed in the dark.
Just got word that H-Burger Lounge is planning to open in the SugarCube Building, at 16th and Blake streets, in early 2010. The restaurant, a local concept from Peter Pflum, the former operations manager for Dave Query's Big Red F Restaurant Group and most recently the VP of operations for Quizno ... More >>
Sean Huggard"I'm sitting in front of my computer trying to put together a business and marketing plan," says Sean Huggard, the former executive chef at Black Pearl and Encore. The business plan is for a new restaurant, but it won't be for Newport's, which was the LoDo restaurant Huggard had hoped ... More >>
Former Black Pearl and Encore exec chef Sean HuggardSean Huggard, the former executive chef at Black Pearl (1529 South Pearl Street) and Encore (2550 East Colfax Avenue), hung up his whites on July 9, got hitched and is currently on his honeymoon. But he'll return in plenty of time to o ... More >>
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film.
Anne Landman has dedicated her life to being a pain in the ash. Will it make a difference come election time?
Will everyone in Boulder please get on the same page?
Thirty miles of developments, drunks and dreams -- the ultimate road trip.
July 29 - August 4, 1999
Two years ago, a deadlocked jury saved Thomas luther from the death penalty. But the legacy of his crimes continues.
Onetime Blasters guitarist Dave Alvin makes tradition sound new again.