Better late than never: Today, Washington launched limited recreational marijuana sales for adults age 21 and over, just over six months after Colorado did likewise. And naturally, Twitter Nation wanted to talk about it. Look below to see the twenty most memorable tweets we found, with authors rang ... More >>
We've been surveying Hollywood's relationship with our fair state via picks for the ten best movies filmed in Colorado, plus ten memorable movies set in Colorado but not filmed here and the ten most awesomely cheesy Colorado movies. Today, it's the ten biggest Hollywood movie misses shot in Colorado ... More >>
Again this year, Starz Denver Film Festival artistic director Brit Withey is offering his must-see picks for each day of the fest -- including many flicks that movie lovers might otherwise miss amid the flood of silver-screen goodies. Here, he shares his take on this evening's Opening Night film, A ... More >>
One of the central questions in the case of accused Aurora theater shooter James Holmes involves whether his attorneys will employ the insanity defense. The legal tactic has been used many times in mass slayings and other shocking crimes, and not always effectively: Note that serial killers John Way ... More >>
Nick Apollo Forte, who'll perform in Denver for the first time in two decades on Sunday, April 22, at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret, is best known for playing the lounge singer Lou Canova in Woody Allen's Broadway Danny Rose. But Forte is much more than a singer: He started off as a drummer and has be ... More >>
For years, Barry Fey says, music fans have been needling him to write a book. "You know, people have been saying 'When's the book? When's the book?' for fifteen years," Fey notes. "It was daily, wherever I would go out... 'When's the book? Come on, you've got to write a book!'" Well, he final ... More >>
Don't mess with Pam Grier. The Colorado-residing actress is known for her bad-ass roles in blaxploitation films like Foxy Brown and Coffy, which are both screening tonight as part of the Crest Film Series at Crossroads Theater. In advance of the screening, we took a look at the top five ass-k ... More >>
After a billion hands of poker, University of Denver professor Robert Hannum knows when to hold 'em
Poker Junkies may eventually come to a theater near you -- but it could take longer than hoped thanks to action by the Division of Securities at Colorado's Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). Officials there have issued a cease and desist order against producers for failing to register ... More >>
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova make beautiful music together — on screen and off.
Edward Norton plays a twisted hero in Down in the Valley.
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
Nothing's sticking to the Teflon president.
Backed by a talented cast of characters, Erica Brown is happy about the shape she's in.
Comic Bernhard is still ready to shock.
February 13, 2003
Even war heroes can be treated like villains in a Dark Blue World.
Irwin Winkler builds a rickety House out of saccharine sap.
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah stay tied to the Wu-Tang Clan as they invent their own legacy.
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
From South Park to Pokémon, 1999 was almost an American beauty.
Raw-edged Joe the King takes a terrifying and unflinching look at the life of an abused child.
Scorsese's New York is alive and kicking in Bringing Out the Dead, but the vital signs are weakening.
Two new releases -- and a certain music awards showcase -- prove Denver's no one-note town.
Not-so-good fellow Hugh Grant gets engaged to the Mob in Mickey Blue Eyes.
Local experts offer reasons why so many of Denver's biggest bands are vanishing.
TINY P.J. HARVEY HAS A MIGHTY BIG TALENT.