Click image to enlarge. Greetings from Denver! They don't call it the Mile High City for nothing. Even Mother Nature agrees that Downtown Denver is the proverbial pot of gold. And, not just once, but twice! See how the double rainbows to the left of the photo above balance so nicely with the ... More >>
Photo by Michael RobertsWill they feel like dancing after tonight?Blogs about Denver are floating around everywhere. Here are three we grabbed. In his preview of the Nuggets' final game of the regular season, Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein notes that a Nugs victory will likely translate to ... More >>
Tony Kovaleski's got a pretty fancy date next week.Last March, we lauded 33 Minutes to 3-4 Right, an unusually ambitious half-hour long Channel 7 documentary about the December 2008 crash of Continental Flight 1404, and the thirty-minutes-plus it took for the first ambulance to arrive on the ... More >>
That picture above? That's my desk as it existed this morning, shortly after I was told that I was going to have to move that glorious collection of crap, box it all up and put it in storage while the Westword offices are remodeled. I love my desk. Seven years of shwag, seven years of not ... More >>
August:: Osage County hits the stage with dark humor and dysfunction.
Playwright Richard Greenberg delivers a mystical New York moment.
In case you haven't noticed (or in case you're too lazy to scroll down the page just a little), we--the indomitable staff of the Westword Cafe section--now have a twitter feed. We're also sporting a couple of new bylines, some fresh blood, and have been working hard to keep the beast fed and t ... More >>
Mark Obmascik. Back in 2002, Mark Obmascik, part of the Denver Post team that won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings, took a year off in order to write a book about, of all things, bird-watching -- and the slower pace agreed with him. "In journalism, we do ... More >>
East High grad and author Daniel Howe will talk about his 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning history tome, What Hath God Wrought -- The Transformation of America: 1815-1848, at 7 p.m. tonight at the Colorado History Museum, 1300 Broadway. The 928-page book, published in late 2007, covers American histor ... More >>
Thomas Friedman spreads the good word about an eco-friendly planet.
When it comes to Art Spiegelman, were not worthy!
Glengarry Glen Ross is a classic yet timely take on real estate.
Journalist Sonia Nazario talks immigration.
Watch The Hot L Baltimore in the Barth lobby.
Capsule reviews of shows
Capsule reviews of shows
Why does anyone want to hang on to this play?
Tuesday, February 14, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
There’s plenty to enjoy along Upper 15th Street.
Immigration writer Luis Alberto Urrea highlights a Celebration of Democracy.
Flies the Fields (Quarterstick Records)
Pulitzer Prize-winning photos shine in Capture the Moment.
Suzan-Lori Parks speaks in many voices
Fucking A, LIDA Project
Old Man and the Sea
Despite its scholarly setting, the AvantGuitar Summit isn't all academic.
Talented trio reveals that it's sad to be gloomy.
Dinner With Friends
Denver Center Theatre Company
Something funny's going on at the Denver Comic Arts Festival.
A Delicate Balance gives off a serious buzz.
History unfolds over two centuries in The Kentucky Cycle.
Lynn Bartels vs. Mark Obmascik
The dailies jockey for position for the Pulitzer.
July 8 - 14, 1999
May 6 - 12, 1999