As seen in our pictorial roundup below, September witnessed a slew of alternatively bizarre and startling crime stories -- and the images that accompanied them were just as memorable. Look below to see the faces of those accused in shootouts, standoffs and more (including the latest shot of Colorad ... More >>
These days, lotsa people don't believe something has happened unless they've posted about it on Facebook. But Taveuan Williams is said to have taken such feelings to an extreme, when he reportedly Facebooked a photo while at the center of a six-hour hostage drama at an East Colfax RadioShack, along ... More >>
Rickey Servine, Jr. has been charged with sexual assault and false imprisonment for "violently and aggressively" assaulting a female client of Rocky Mountain Offender Management Systems in Aurora, according to Officer Frank Fania, spokesman for the Aurora police. Servine, 35, worked for the company, ... More >>
"Just when the 'Fax gets cleaned up, some asshole has to drag some hostages into the basement of a RadioShack."
Amid news that Lance Armstrong will quit fighting doping allegations (a move that will likely result in him being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles), it's tough to remember that just two years ago, he was the face of what's now known as the USA Pro Challenge, a bicycle race currently thril ... More >>
NBC and NBC Sports will be airing thirty hours of USA Pro Challenge coverage next week as the country's biggest pro cycling event returns to Colorado for its second year, but die-hard fans will want to see the action firsthand, and it's a great excuse to see some of Colorado's coolest towns go all o ... More >>
T.J. Miller loves Denver. He was educated by the rough blocks of Colfax, by the teachers at East High School, and by the comedians who came before him. After working odd jobs here and there to support his comedic obsession, Miller has finally established himself internationally on the comedy circuit ... More >>
Every TEDx event is many things, and all of them are happening at once. A cross between a theater and a lecture hall, the discussion series follows a creative combination of performance and insight, becoming a circus for the mind. And tonight, local chapter TEDx Mile High will reinvision an abridged ... More >>
New logo.When the former Quiznos Pro Challenge changed its name to the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, it didn't sever ties with Lance Armstrong, who joined then-Governor Bill Ritter to announce the race last August. But that doesn't mean Armstrong will very involved, if at all.
Photo by Sandlin GaitherChicago house heavyweight and acid-jazz/downtempo darling Mark Farina has already made two trips to Denver this year -- but for his third, a set at the Gothic Theatre this Friday night, he's promoting the release of the seventh Mushroom Jazz album, just as laid-back an ... More >>
This Saturday, August 7, another chapter will be added to the annals of hip-hop history in New York City. On what will presumably be a predictably humid evening in the Big Apple, the 2010 DMC US Finals will take place, with twelve competitors from coast to coast pitted against each other on ... More >>
In case the heated debate between music games being viewed as a teaching tool or as a hindrance wasn't convoluted enough, a new guitar related peripheral is attempting to make its way into the already crowded and slightly confusing market. Meet Seven 45 Studios' Power Gig: Rise of the Six S ... More >>
Stephen Malkmus, left, with his band, the Jicks. Former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus is an eccentric fellow, which explains in large part the idiosyncracies of this Q&A, conducted for a Westword profile published in advance of his Thursday, November 6, appearance at the Gothic Theatre. But th ... More >>
These psychedelic Denver pop rockers find beauty in brain damage.
Saturday, July 16, Lion's Lair, 303-320-9200.
The NBA All-Stars' tallies don't always add up.
Bill Schantz and Paul Bailey are beating the odds.
Bovine hits some false notes in The Mammas & the Papparazzis.
Not So Melo Fellows
February 19, 2004
Through injury, adversity and obscurity, Orlando Terrell struggles to keep his music alive.
Lost in cyberspace
Daniel Johnston ventures into the wicked world with a batch of new music and a blank slate.
Unhappiness over a newsroom shuffle is only the latest sign of malaise at the Post.
Three local indies demonstrate that not all record companies are created evil.
Hodel's Drug Store fights a losing battle.
The Dismemberment Plan assaults the senses as well as perceptions about the state of indie rock.
When the Aurora cops finished investigating the crime scene, they’d missed one crucial piece of evidence: Alan Conner’s body.
Better ways to spend your holiday cash than an evening with Neil Diamond.
DJ Garth delivers a blast from the Eighties past.
A lawsuit is driving DU's Graduate School of Professional Psychology crazy -- or was it already?
With the right defendant pulling the strings, Colorado's domestic-violence system can be tied into knots. A victim's story.
Denver's bail bondsmen are good at getting other people out of trouble--and themselves into it.
The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love of A3 preaches the American gospel in a rather foreign tongue.
THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM: GREAT IDEA OR SIGN THAT THE END IS NEAR?
A FEDERAL HEIGHTS MAN TUNES INTO THE COPS, TURNS ON HIS FANCY RADIOS AND GETS BUSTED.
OUR LIST OF THE MOST OVERPLAYED CLASSIC-ROCK SONGS OF ALL TIME.