In 2013, being called a nerd isn't the insult that it once was. Practically no one uses the term negatively anymore, and there's no shortage of those who proudly wear the nerd badge as a cultural identity. But if there's still such a thing as a king of the nerds, the honor would probably go to stand ... More >>
JP Krause Aloft Broomfield 8300 Arista Place, Broomfield 303-635-2000 www.aloftbroomfielddenver.com This is part one of my interview with JP Krause, exec chef of Aloft Broomfield. Part two of our interview will run in this space tomorrow. "Right. My name. It's John Patrick, but ever since high ... More >>
Where's Missy Franklin? A better question is, "Where isn't she?" In the past few days, the five-time Olympic medalist and pride of Regis High School posed with Jessie James and Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, attended a national cancer benefit and the MTV Video Music Awards, and served as co-captain ... More >>
Nerds are powerful, according to Chris Hardwick. And he should know. The self-proclaimed nerd has started a whole podcast and entertainment website based on nerdiness. He'll bring his popular podcast, Nerdist, live to the Boulder Theater tonight complete with stand-up performances, an interview with ... More >>
John Fante was born in Denver 99 years ago today. If you’ve never heard of the late author, you’re not alone. He is one of the best, least-known authors of the 20th Century, but he is rarely talked about in Denver or anywhere else. “He’s an interesting in the American literary landscape. Th ... More >>
John Madden creates signs of the times.
Sometimes baseball is about more than the game.
East High's Brickyard skate crew is livin' large.
The candidates are spit-shining their images, trying to prove that, really, they're not all the same person.
From the week of October 4, 2001
Father Jim Sunderland chose to spend his life as a middleman -- between killers and God.