On Sunday night, NBC's Education Nation, a traveling summit about innovations in education, will host a Teacher Town Hall in Denver. Moderated by NBC education reporter Rehema Ellis, the teacher-only event will feature a rotating panel of nine local educators picked for their expertise on topics suc ... More >>
Mark Monette Flagstaff House 1138 Flagstaff Drive, Boulder 303-442-4640 www.flagstaffhouse.com This is part two of my interview with Mark Monette, executive chef of the Flagstaff House. Part one of that interview, in which Monette talks about cooking with Thomas Keller and his disdain for ... More >>
Theron and Teague Harrison, Manual High School's top debaters and the subjects of our recent feature, "Say What?", left Denver yesterday bound for New York City and the Urban Debate National Championship. Their coach, Charlie Smith, went with them, as did debaters Danite Reda and Talon Lousi ... More >>
BravoThe Quickfire Challenge for the Top Chef All Stars last night was to make fondue -- and the contestants would judge each others' offerings. Who'd have thought that old 70s party and ski-lodge favorite could have been so cunningly re-imagined? Antonia used smoked salmon and fromage blanc ... More >>
It's a far stretch from Rockefeller Center, but restaurateur Jesse Morreale goes all out for the holidays at his pair of hipster cantinas, Mezcal and Tambien, by decorating both rooms in true Mexicano holiday splendor that adds - we swear it - an additional sparkle to those already glowing signature ... More >>
Diana DeGette gets played, not laid, on The Colbert Report.
As threatened/feared, the Goodbye Katie Couric edition of the Today show turned out to be extremely Columbine-centric. During the program's first half hour, Couric's 2000 interview with Craig Scott, brother of slain Columbine student Rachel Scott, and Michael Shoels, father of murdered teen Isaiah ... More >>
Denver's Christmas display could use a new coat of hay.
On September 11, the world needed superheroes. It found them not in comic books, but in real life.
Skyline Park may be headed for the same tragic fate as Currigan Hall.
A ragtag bunch of actors take on the Feds in Tim Robbin's Cradle Will Rock.