Denver's Chimney Choir will be playing at Syntax Physic Opera tonight. But playing is really an understatement. As the flyers pronounce, this is "The Launch." See also: Denver's Ten Best Small Venues
It's one thing to brave I-25 traffic to get to Riot Fest, or even to make the hour-long drive from the Byers (the original site of the festival), but a lot of people made a real trip out of this year's festival. Walking around the parking lots at Sports Authority Field it was easy to spot out-of-s ... More >>
It's always a treat to attend a play in the antique and elegant lobby of the Barth Hotel, one of fourteen residences maintained for elderly and disabled people by the nonprofit Senior Housing Options. In the past, the money from these annual fundraisers has been used to provide emergency kits and up ... More >>
Ashton Kutcher could film a new movie in Colorado. Earlier today, the Colorado Economic Development Commission approved a film incentives package for a movie called The Violent Separation of Flesh and Blood, in which Ashton Kutcher is slated to star. The film is projected to spend $7.3 million in Co ... More >>
On Wednesday, September 12, you'll have a chance to become part of history and help the Melvins weasel their way into the Guinness World Records book, which they hope to do by playing shows in all fifty states plus one in the District of Columbia in just 51 days. One can only imagine what sparked th ... More >>
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (due at Dazzle tomorrow and Thursday) has just made an important record. Just how important remains to be seen. But one thing is certain: When this quartet of proud Oklahomans turns its attention to one of its state's most shameful events, the musical results are elect ... More >>
Owen SwensonSWANS Emerging in the milieu of the No Wave scene in the New York underground in 1982, Swans became known for the kind of music that was forbidding, terrifyingly intense in its execution and lyrically uncompromising in its depiction of the darker side of human existence. Although ... More >>
Sara KieslingSince its inception in 1993, Low (due at the Larimer Lounge this Saturday, December 18) from Duluth, Minnesota, has created a body of work characterized by a fragile intensity. Although often lumped in under the banner of "slowcore" with a group of bands of similar sonic leanings ... More >>
Lori MidsonEdgewater's restaurant and bar culture continues to grow, what with newcomers like Walk-In Burgers (2255 Sheridan Boulevard), Providence Tavern (5280 West 25th Avenue), The Cooler (2045 Sheridan Boulevard) and Vina Pho & Grill (2045 Sheridan Boulevard) joining stalwarts like U.S. ... More >>
Ah, yes, what a splendid birthday present (okay, it isn't exactly our birthday, but close enough). It seems one of our favorite bands, Margot & the Nuclear So and So's, a group we've long been smitten with since first making its acquaintance at South Park some years ago, has a new album slate ... More >>
Opus executive chef Michael LongThis is part two of my interview with Micheal Long, executive chef of Opus. To read part one of this interview, click here. Culinary inspirations: Norman Van Aken. I'm a south Florida guy, so when I came out of CIA in 1990 and moved back to Florida, Norman wa ... More >>
Evangelicals Evangelicals, Holiday Shores, Candy Claws Monday, November 9 The Hi-Dive Better Than: (Sorry about this) The Broncos offense Maybe it's a low blow, but Josh Jones of Evangelicals was responsible for tingling more spines than Brandon Marshall on Monday night, despite the fact th ... More >>
Update: Just received word that U2 will be bringing its 360Â° tour to Denver on Saturday, June 12, at Invesco Field. Oh happy day! No word yet on when tickets will go on sale, but they Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 6, and will reportedly range from $55 to $250 online at the Invesco Field bo ... More >>
Man, what an unbelievably fun show we had last night on 101.5 FM. Eryc Eyl, Tom Murphy and A.H. Goldstein joined me in the studio for the first of a two part Moovers & Shakers special edition of the show. Over the course of two hours, as we discussed and played some of our favorite music from th ... More >>
Jamie Horton headlines Back to the Muse.
Meet us on Alameda, where cultures collide. In a good way.
Denver landmarks are under threat from the developer’s boom.
Coming of age and coming out in the Me Decade.
The Weir shows the quiet horror of loneliness.
Despite age, despite war, theater continues in The Dresser.
Thursday, October 6, the Church, 303-832-3528.
"Dial S for Suspense" series at the Starz FilmCenter
Golden residents battle over a developer's gift to the city -- and the city's efforts to put a road through it.
The Secret Machines locate the sweet spot between heartache and head rush.
The Starlight Mints want to be more than just that other band from Oklahoma.
Spider-Man slings pop mythology for the masses.
The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art tries to get away with one.
Miss Marples meets Mrs. Malaprop in Trixie.
The only thing more boring than the surface of this Ford/Pfeiffer “thriller” is What Lies Beneath.
Canyon Wind Cabernet Sauvignon, 1996
Ex-Denver DJ Big Jon Platt on how to succeed in business by really, really trying.
THIS YEAR'S CHRISTMAS DISCS PROVIDE SOME ROUGH SLEDDING.
CUTTING UP WITH THE CHAINSAW KITTENS.