Don't let the name mislead you: The Chocolate Nemesis may soon be your new best friend. The "oldie but goody" dessert that won fans at The Kitchen in Boulder has now been imported to The Kitchen Denver, and is winning hearts (and stomachs) across town.
The flourless chocolate cake, accompanied by c ... More >>
We've been hearing a lot about Smart Colorado's call for higher cannabis taxes in Colorado, as well as its connection to a possible attempt to repeal Amendment 64, which allows adults 21 and over in Colorado to use and possess small amounts of marijuana. But the group is also spreading its anti-pot ... More >>
The word "pimp" is flexible enough to describe flamboyant mack-daddisms as well as specific criminal behavior. And while Kelon Kilgore's Facebook page establishes his credentials when it comes to the former, the Denver Police Department thinks he's guilty of the latter, too. Get details about the se ... More >>
Slim Cessna's Auto Club @ Bluebird Theater | 12/30/11
For the past decade, Slim Cessna's Auto Club has been playing the Bluebird on New Year's Eve and the night before. As Slim himself says, it just kind of happened. The band just kept getting asked to do these yearly shows. For past New Year's sho ... More >>
Together for nearly two decades, Slim Cessna's Auto Club has played the Bluebird Theater on New Year's Eve for almost half the time the band has been together. The New Year's shows have turned into something of a tradition for the band, who usually toss in a little something extra. While Cessna is t ... More >>
A few years ago, Slim Cessna made CDs of old cassette recordings and sold them to help make ends meet. Now he's offering those two volumes of rare recordings again, but as download only. Some of the cuts date back to the '80s, some include his brother Whiff, some were recorded in Cranston, Rhode Isl ... More >>
This week, governors in Rhode Island and Washington asked the federal government to concede that marijuana has medical uses. A Colorado official is required to send a similar message by year's end -- but would John Hickenlooper consider following the lead of these fellow governors and do the deed hi ... More >>
Eric Holder.Ever since U.S. Attorney John Walsh sent a letter suggesting that parts of HB 1043, the medical marijuana cleanup bill, would likely violate U.S. law, the local MMJ community has feared a federal crackdown on the industry -- and perhaps even on state employees regulating it. Do co ... More >>
Part of Linda Sormin's yet-to-be-titled installation.Clay is arguably the first medium ever invented by humans -- one of the oldest prehistoric artifacts ever found was a drinking vessel made of sun-dried clay -- and it'll soon be the star of the largest single-subject exhibition the Denver A ... More >>
Great Divide BrewingGreat Divide made beer drinkers in six states cry last week when the Denver brewery acknowledged that it had pulled its beers from the shelves there.
In addition to Michigan, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Kentucky, New Mexico and Alaska, the brewer is leaving Washington, D.C ... More >>
Penis size matters -- at least judging by the amount of time we spend obsessing about it. Which is why we were thrilled to check out the Penis Size Worldwide Map on view below. Or at least we were until we found out how the United States stacked up -- especially in light of a survey showing t ... More >>
Lori MidsonPanang curry from Liang's Thai FoodThe first mobile food vendor on wheels was launched nearly 150 years ago, in 1872, when a Rhode Island native called Walter Scott trotted his horse-drawn freight wagon, stocked with sandwiches, hard-boiled eggs, coffee and pies around the town of ... More >>
It looks like I missed the worst of it. Just four months ago, I sent in my application to renew my medical marijuana card and have been waiting on the edge of my seat to see if they would reject me for some trivial minutia ever since.
Full-size photos belowYard Arteology: The study of neighbors through lawn decoration.
As lovers of country, patriots need to establish clear boundaries. For them, a good fence helps to separate who they are and what they love from the harsh realities of the outside world. From chain-link bunt ... More >>
Lori MidsonEric Stein, Johnson & Wales chef/instructorThis is part one of Lori Midson's interview with Eric Stein, instructor and chef at Johnson & Wales University. To read part two of that interview, check back here tomorrow.
Johnson & Wales University
Eric St ... More >>
"I'm small, but I'm powerful."So ...I love city and state rankings. I even wrote a whole ode to them once. I'm fully aware that they're complete bullshit, just bait for us desperate blogger-types to suck down and spit out in the form of free publicity for whichever company pulled the alleged ... More >>
Fred Nicely thinks Amazon and Colorado can get along, well, nicely, if the state backs down.In yesterday's blog about Governor Bill Ritter's displeasure at Amazon over the company's decision to sever relationships with its Colorado associates over a new tax measure, we noted that Amazon hadn' ... More >>
Since leaving Congress earlier this year, past Westword profile subject Tom Tancredo has been taking his immigration-reform crusade to locations around the country -- and as documented in Alan Prendergast's April 15 blog "Obnoxious North Carolina Students Leave Tom Tancredo Speechless," he hasn't ... More >>