The lawn in front of the Aurora Municipal Center on East Alameda Parkway was home to the first Aurora GlobalFest on Saturday, where cultural performances, beers from around the world and international tastes from local restaurants -- from American barbecue to Nigerian curried goat -- showcased Auror ... More >>
Food news is as varied as the food you're served at restaurants. Some weeks our plate is filled with educational articles about science and technology, stories of new and exciting eats and drinks, and industry exposes that give us all something to gossip about by the office water coolers. Other week ... More >>
What if Princess Diana wasn't killed by that car wreck in Paris? What if she survived, and re-invented herself as a commoner in Egypt, where she attempted to solve the mystery of what happened to Ankhesenamun, King Tutankhamun's wife? What if? That's the unlikely premise behind The Lost Qu ... More >>
Boulder author H. Elizabeth Owen just published a book about Princess Diana surviving her paparazzi-induced car wreck and escaping to Egypt, where she became intertwined with another long-lost queen. So let's get this out of the way right now: Does Owen actually believe Princess Diana is aliv ... More >>
These girlfriends will make you even sadder than no girlfriend!Sick of your friends tormenting you about not having a girlfriend? The new start-up Cloud Girlfriend was created to solve all of your problems by creating a virtual lady to interact with you on Facebook. At least, that's what the ... More >>
We've patiently sat through constant reports of Prince William and Kate's big day. We're being bombarded hourly by updates about what color Kate's panties are going to be and what crazy diet she's on. About what tuxedo Prince William will sport and where he's getting his royal pubes trimmed. ... More >>
Hey, ladies, think your male friends are resilient to emotion? Perhaps you've never seen them tear up, save for that lone teardrop that forms at the end of Rocky IV. Well, if you're looking to evoke a little emotion from a partner, a recent study suggests you can do it with a song. The stu ... More >>
Oh, to have the Purell franchise at the University of Colorado at Boulder graduation ceremony, taking place at Folsom Field at 8:30 a.m. this morning. Earlier this week, reports surfaced about three possible swine-flu cases at CU, but officials decided against canceling the celebration, pimped in th ... More >>
In 1996, Westword published its thirteenth Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from Best Yuppie on a Harley (then-senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, who posed for a Banana Republic ad) to the Best New Public Art (Mark di Suvero’s still-controversial “Lao Tzu”) ... More >>
The departure of Rocky Mountain News editorial employees who took the tabloid's most recent buyout offer hasn't stopped the march of workers toward the exit. Scribes are splitting on a regular basis, with the two most recent being Darrell Proctor, who's held assorted editing and Web-oriented positio ... More >>
Dogs Die in Hot Cars takes a bite out of the hype.
Unblinking Beirut imagines an era when AIDS poisons intimacy.
An entertaining Allergist's Wife is anchored by several solid actors.
Martin Moran's The Tricky Part becomes uncomfortably intimate.
Carandiru reveals the human side of Brazilian prisoners, then leads us to their slaughter.
Help is on the way this weekend at the Brown Palace.
You must remember this.
The bawdy musical's remake gives sheen to an old story.
The New York-based Tale of the Allergist's Wife lands in Denver.
Amélie serves up a daring take on Jane Austen's best-loved heroine.
Rocky Mountain Book Festival
Kissing off a year of six-minute smooches and sex-toy cigars.
ONE DAY, AL PALLONE SLAPPED A DECAL ON HIS CAR. THE REST IS HYSTERIA.