When Trinity Brewing founder Jason Yester created the recipe for Red Swingline, a hoppy IPA that is also cheek-puckeringly sour, his goal was to make something "signature American." But in doing so, he may have helped to pioneer a style that beer drinkers in the rest of the country will eventually a ... More >>
The Ill, The Wicked + The Wack
Many hip-hop fans, those who love rap -- hell, even some rappers -- have an aversion to gangsta rap for its objectionable content. Common named the rise of gangsta rap as one of the many steps in hip-hop's downfall in "I Used to Love H.E.R.," a sentiment that, of course, began a contentious relation ... More >>
Film on the Rocks, which started rolling out its 2012 season last Monday night with Office Space, is back tonight with its next film, Iron Man, with music by The McRae and Force Publique, all at the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheatre. But some readers say they're underwhelmed by this year's movie choi ... More >>
It's finally here. The 2012 Film On the Rocks summer line-up at Red Rocks Amphitheatre was announced this evening, and many movies that made the cut were picked for the people, by the people. Though carefully curated by the Denver Film Center -- and led by FOTR Program Director Britta Erickson -- ... More >>
Summertime movie-and-music night Film on the Rocks, put on each year by the Denver Film Society, released its schedule tonight at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax. For a full rundown of the bands playing each night -- and the films being shown at Red Rocks Amphitheatre -- see the full schedule below.
Our 2010 collection of Colorado photos from the wacky website People of Walmart featured none other than Dog the Bounty Hunter. For our 2011 gallery, the Dog family took some time off. But this year, none other than Mrs. Dog represents, along with plenty of other highly photogenic subjects. Check ou ... More >>
Have you seen Mike Judge's latest flick, Extract? No? Allow us to save you the trouble: The movie, which came out last year, is occasionally amusing; it's no where near as funny as Office Space or as incisive as Idiocracy. If anything, it leans far closer to the former in tone and texture. If ... More >>
Damn, it feels good to see it again.
Films at the Brewery screens a cult classic.