Work parties, especially around the holidays, can be awesome, or they can be full of awkward, even horrible, interactions. I recently attended a Westword fiesta that had a little bit of both. Mostly, it was great: free food and booze and plenty of chances to rub elbows with some of Denver's more int ... More >>
Fashion may move in waves of in and out, but true style is forever. This week we spotted Julian Muhammad, co-owner of a clothing store, on the D-Line Lite Rail. Continue reading to learn what baseball team influenced his kicks, his style mantra, and which group of Hollywood actors inspire his person ... More >>
Aaron Thackeray ROGER WATERS 11.23.10 | Pepsi Center If you were at the Roger Waters show last night at the Pepsi Center, chances are you're still talking about it this morning, regaling your co-workers and feebly trying to figure out a way to somehow express the unbelievable awesomeness yo ... More >>
When a candy specifies bodily harm in its name, it's pretty much manly. In the most recent Esquire, Chris Jones extols the virtues of Jujubes, calling them "the only candy a man should eat." This, of course, is utter bullshit, as are his claims that they should be pronounced "joo-joobs," whi ... More >>
When's the last time you saw a musical that stood right up, kicked its gams in your face and screamed, "Broadway!" to the rafters? When I saw Chicago last night at the Buell Theatre, I thought I'd died and gone to the Great White Way, clutching a top hat and singing to the balcony. Woo hoo! The hig ... More >>
Chicago gets its "Razzle Dazzle" on at the Buell
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film.
The elusive Bob Dylan, masterfully considered.
Malick, mobsters and Mr. Brooks.
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner.
Fast reviews of recent releases
In the film adaptation of Clifford Irving’s book, a lying president begets a lying author. Good thing that wouldn’t happen today.
Vaughn ensures an amicable Break-Up.
For American men tired of American women, Richard Beals knows how to Thai the knot.
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
The film version of Bee Season overplays its hand.
In 2004, Mootown's best and brightest gave us something to write home about.
Richard Gere and J. Lo Dance, and there's nothing dirty about it.
Returning to true north at the Northwoods Inn.
Moto Euro rides overseas trend
Despite its scholarly setting, the AvantGuitar Summit isn't all academic.
The bawdy musical's remake gives sheen to an old story.
Yo, Adrian! Unfaithful is damn near unwatchable!
Keanu manages to make Sweet November watchable.
Robert Altman does Dallas.
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection.
Can borrowing an idea without fessing up be considered plagiarism?
Kinky Friedman is an author/musician/Jewish cowboy like no other.
Plumbing the depths of Ron Bucknam's solo subversion.
As a cop, she fantasized about testifying against a killer. As a hooker, she got her chance.
Putting the season's major releases to the test.