Close to a dozen restaurants have come and gone from the beleaguered Beauvallon project, but there are new signs of life at 925 Lincoln Street, the spot that Aqua left three years ago. A sign on the door reads: "Local, a new concept." The concept is coming from Ryan DiFranco, a native of Niagara F ... More >>
Last week, my wife and I decided it was time for a last-minute weekend getaway, and we decided on Manitou Springs. We'd never been there, and its cave-and-castle kitschiness sounded like Niagara Falls mixed with oddball Colorado charm. As it would turn out, the town's lodgings would be happy ... More >>
Yesterday, an 8-inch toy robot stuck to a pillar near Coors Field triggered hours of havoc downtown, culminating in the Denver bomb squad detonating the innocuous figurine in a hullabaloo of wondrous proportions. Wondrous, but also completely unnecessary. Clearly the little bugger wasn't out ... More >>
Britt Chester SUFJAN STEVENS With DM Stith 11.2.10 | Paramount Theatre "I'm high," someone near me whispered with a wink just before the lights went down and Sufjan Stevens's band of black v-necked-tee-shirted accompanists started tuning their instruments together in a cacophony of sound. A ... More >>
This week's Westword features an overtly robo-gandist cover story about Basil, a beer-serving robot created by Denver's Jim and Louise Gunderson. But with all this talk of robots, I would've been remiss in not listing -- as a service to humanity -- the most evil robots of all time and what we, as pu ... More >>
Separating heavenly holiday music from Hell's noels.
The effort to reclaim a historic mining district has consumed years and millions of dollars. But will it hold water?
After the NBA's Pepsi fizz goes flat, George II must pump up the Nugs.
The Go Fast Games keep athletes swallowing attitude.
The arrival of lacrosse legend Gary Gait could make the sport Mammoth in Colorado.
The race is not always to the swift, but Pastor Tom ensures a godly effort.
Titanium, the king of metals, scraps for a home in Denver.
War is fueling the star power of Colorado's -- and possibly the nation's -- ballsiest military analyst.
A Nigerian nerd chases his dream in the well-acted, uneven Jump Tomorrow.
A fake Irani prince leaves Denver victims feeling royally screwed.
The debate regarding cell phones in restaurants rages on.
Onetime Denver Gentleman David Willey's new group puts on a captivating show.
Getting on a new track with Railroad Jerk.
AN UNSUSPECTING VETERINARIAN AND HIS ANIMALS GET CAUGHT UP IN A BIBLICAL DEBATE.