The National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder needs some lessons in publicity. NIST's own David Wineland has just been named co-winner of the Nobel Prize for physics -- an incredibly prestigious honor for Wineland and the facility. Yet at this writing, there's no reference to the awa ... More >>
Right now, National Public Radio is in turmoil, what with the resignation of CEO Vivian Schiller following anti-Tea Party comments from fundraiser Ron Schiller (no relation), not to mention the crusade by the likes of Doug Lamborn to cut federal funding for public broadcasting. So has Colorad ... More >>
Image via towerofyouth.orgIrv KershnerRest in peace, Irvin Kershner, you director of RoboCop 2 and some film called The Empire Strikes Back. Born in 1923, he died over the weekend at the age of 87 and left behind an oeuvre of great filmmaking -- including no small number of sequels. So it ma ... More >>
The offending white meatPerhaps you've heard by now about the legal scuffle that's pitting The New White Meat against The Other White Meat. Here's a primer, if not: About a week ago, the Pork Board sent a cease and desist letter, via Denver's Faegre-Benson legal team, to ThinkGeek. The lette ... More >>
Age trumps beauty when Dame Plowright visits the Claremont.
The Prisoner of Azkaban takes a Sirius-ly dark turn.
From four-track pluck to orchestral ambition, Destroyer keeps busting the mold.
Harry Potter's second adventure delights exactly like the first.
The magic eclipses the marketing of the big-screen Harry Potter.
Test your Harry Potter knowledge with this quiz.
Gladiator doesn’t lack heroism or spectacle, but its drama is tainted by cowardice.