As Denver Pridefest came to a close Sunday, many people pulled out their most colorful rainbow gear or their most over-the-top fashion. A few individuals did it uniquely, in their own interpretation of being proud. One of those people is local starving artist, Jesse Briata, who wore a mix of floral ... More >>
Nothing has been the same since the accident. Okay, that's not true -- I've just always wanted to start a piece that way. But really, after a car accident in February 2012 that followed a disappointing faux-tryst with Demetri Martin put me out of commission, my world -- which revolved around a fift ... More >>
Reebok was so excited to capitalize on Timsanity that it forgot a little detail: It's not legally allowed to produce NFL clothing. Or at least that's what Nike is alleging in a lawsuit the company filed yesterday in U.S. District Court. The suit states Reebok produced New York Jets merchandise displ ... More >>
While Colorado may be home to one of the worst dressed cities in America, we're still ranked as one of the fittest. It's no secret that people here love being active -- and Colorado Clothing has been making workout and sport apparel for our generally healthy population since 1998. But in 2009, the ... More >>
You never know what's going to pop up in our comments section. Exhibit A: the following item, in which the reader of a post ranking Tim Tebow as the fifth best quarterback in the NFL shares an unusual view about Christian athletes, false gods and swooshes.
Does your head look bigger?Dear Barry Bonds, The prosecution is set to wrap today its case against you for four counts of false testimony and one count of obstructing justice on account of you gave false testimony to a grand jury in 2003 about taking performance enhancing drugs during your ... More >>
Team NikeAdventure racer Monique Merrill on radical randonée racing, tonight at REI DenverIf you're one of those local loonies who gets as stoked about skiing uphill as skiing down, this one's for you: Breckenridge-based adventure racer Monique Merrill is the featured guest tonight at 7 p.m ... More >>
Courtesy of Predominantly Orange"You can do it!"We've collected posts from three Denver blogs. Check 'em out. Tim Tebow rooted on Predominantly Orange blogger Kim Constantinesco in the forty-yard dash at a Nike event over the weekend. And not to pull a hamstring. The Denver Egotist presents ... More >>
Photo by Michael RobertsThe Nike Store's got Tiger front and center.Sponsors have begun dropping Tiger Woods as his infidelity scandal (which finally has a minor Denver connection) continues to mushroom. But Nike is still sticking by the T-man, as witnessed by this giant display seen just in ... More >>
LJ. Okay, okay: I get it. After watching LeBron James' epic performance during the fourth quarter of Cleveland's 112-102 victory over the Orlando last night, when he essentially schooled the entire Magic squad singlehandedly, I understand why the NBA, Nike and assorted TV networks would like to see ... More >>
If you didn't just completely float away on St. Patty's Day, here's a last chance to get caught up by a last bit of seasonal Celtic backwash: Scottish guitarist/singer/songwriter Dougie MacLean will bring his singular sound to town tonight with a show at the Colfax Events Center, the new kid on the ... More >>
Denver-born director David Fincher. I just stumbled on the perfect excuse to share the new Nike ad that's been buzzing around the sports world since it ran during Sunday football last weekend. Turns out the Nike spot, called "Fate," was directed by Denver-born filmmaker David Fincher, heretofore k ... More >>
Starz FilmCenter in the Tivoli
A must-see show features rare appearances by Colorado sculptors.
Chicano Studies is more than an introduction to lowriders.
Free music, yours for the taking.
To beat the swoosh, one has to think like the swoosh. As noted in Westword feature "Sole Survivor", some people -- known as sneakerheads -- are crazy about their Nikes. Others, however, are as crazy about Nike in another way -- crazy about the shoe company's spotty labor and environmental practices ... More >>
Dinosaurs rule the dance floors no more.
There's no business like shoe business for the 400. When the designer sneaker store opened at 1010 Bannock Street in September 2005, it was the first of its kind in the state, and some wondered whether there were enough mile-high sneakerheads to foot the bills. But since then, several similar boutiq ... More >>
Bryan LaRoche just did it.
The Go! Team doesn't have TV-commercial aspirations.
The NBA All-Stars' tallies don't always add up.
These women are going downhill fast.
Disabled athletes are gearing up.
White and bright, Sole emerges as independent hip-hop's newest anti-hero.
The Colorado Rush changed the rules of youth soccer -- and stomped the opposition.
Students 4 Justice
The city's ready to erase an illegal advertisement.
Sports gizmos spring up.
What women -- and men -- want is a better movie than this.
Skateboard art is in a perpetual cycle of creation and destruction.
Public schools accepting private-sector funds is becoming commonplace. But not everyone's money is good enough.
The big showdown out west will come to a head on Tuesday.
Student activists plan a sneaker attack on the Denver Pavilions.
Jeffco's open-space advocates unveil a bond-issue plan to stop Nike.
Critics say the fix is in for Nike in Golden. But it won't be easy for the company to leave its imprint on a local landmark.
NIKE'S SWOOSH MAKES CU'S OFFICIALS SWOON AND ITS COFFERS SWELL.