Tom Ryan, Smashburger's founder and chief concept officer, yesterday hosted the official unveiling of the new, redesigned Smashburger location at 6305 East Hampden Avenue, walking guests through an eight-course menu of Smashburger items as well as a tour of the store. It was a blast, and I discover ... More >>
The venerable CollegeHumor.com website earns laughs with user-generated content from all over the country -- including our own backyard. There are hundreds of Colorado items on the site, including lotsa photos of weird signs and people under the influence of weed...because that's what college is all ... More >>
As you might have heard, Van Halen played the Pepsi Center in Denver last night, dusting off a few hits from its mega-selling album, 1984. Roving photographer Brandon Marshall hit the Pepsi Center parking lot asking fans to share where they were in 1984. Here's some of the people he talked to, and y ... More >>
Debbie StaffordAurora Mayor Ed Tauer's eight-year, term-limited reign will come to an end later this year, and the race is on to replace him, with a vote coming up on November 1. So far, six candidates have filed to run (the deadline is August 23), all with different backgrounds and different ... More >>
Help! I did something stupid!Cathy Cruz Marrero, the Pennsylvania woman now famous for starring in a viral video -- wherein she falls into a fountain at the Berkshire Mall while texting -- appeared on Good Morning America with her attorney, James Polyak, yesterday. Marrero and pal Polyak are ... More >>
John Suthers.Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is embracing Facebook nearly a year after the state essentially unfriended the massive social network. The agreement between the AG's office and Mark Zuckerberg's operation means state agencies, including Suthers's, can belatedly join the 21 ... More >>
In this week's paper, we ran excerpts of Andy Thomas's recent conversation with the members of Kinetix in Rough Mixes. That Q&A barely scratched the surface. After the jump, you'll find not only Thomas's exchange with band in its entirety but the transcript from Dutch Seyfarth's recent chat ... More >>
Dick Wadhams is already consigning Bill Ritter to history's dustbin.Colorado Republican Party chieftain Dick Wadhams plans to attend the 11 a.m. press conference today at which Bill Ritter is expected to announce that he won't be a candidate for governor in November, in part to bid farewell. ... More >>
Here comes... death!Oh, great -- another modern convenience that could be speeding us toward an early grave. Who knew that a shower without Norman Bates might be just as potentially lethal as one with him? According to a just-released study overseen by CU-Boulder prof Norman Pace, 30 percent ... More >>
John Baker wants to give this town what fore!
Angie Stevens has finally put the past behind her.
Attorney Jay Reinan made his name defending nursing homes. Now he's out to expose them.
Tony Duran was a fighter -- but life put him on the ropes.
A planned Clyfford Still museum is the latest thing in Denver's current culture boom.
Atlantic Records may be a major fable, but it knows Vaux is the real deal.
A double dose of Frank Sampson's idiosyncratic paintings.
The evolution of mankind, and sports, is made possible by...click...Anna Kournikova.
Thanks to voicetracking, radio stations need fewer DJs than ever before.
Harlan Hendrickson wants to prove that '80s rock and roll is not noise pollution.
At fifty, William Dean Singleton has dozens of newspapers and all the money he needs. But what about respect?
Tears of a Clown
Celeste Krenz's folk tales take her to country's capital.
Joe Burbach wants Wyoming to quit horsing around and arrest some rustlers -- even if it takes both psychics and bloodhounds to crack the case.
What we talk about when we talk about beer vendors.
South High's image-conscious leader offers students repeated lessons in the stifling of free speech.
The ex-gay movement has its straight man--but ex-ex-gays may have the last laugh.
Searching for aliens in all the right places.
What do you get when greenhouse gases inspire greenhouse guesses? A heated argument--but not much scientific agreement.
What gets lost in the heat of Denver's newspaper battle.