On Capitol Hill, we often see a particular blend of fashion: part-professional, part-funky. This week on the Hill we spotted Einstein shift manager and college student Ashley Tate, referencing her style icon, Audrey Hepburn. Keep reading to learn where she shops, her favorite accessory and her style ... More >>
Sometimes style and research can go hand in hand. The more you learn about the looks of the past, the more you can create a new visual for the future. This practice is exemplified by local sushi bar hostess Morgon Johnson, who tweaks the styles of the 1940s and '50s to create her own updated fashion ... More >>
With all the rain pouring over Denver recently, you'd think everyone would be wearing raincoats and holding umbrellas. But Angela Heath is a refreshing exception. A Denver native who'd lived in Hawaii and recently moved back to town, Heath knows how to handle a wet climate. Keep reading to learn whe ... More >>
The fall season is upon us, which means it's almost the perfect climate for wearing boots. Some Coloradans aren't wasting any time, jumping the gun early, and we're not upset about it. One of these trendsetters is Angie Hoss, a UCCS student who we spotted along the 16th Street Mall strutting in cowb ... More >>
While the summer continues to scorch this town, so do the looks many women are sporting on Denver streets. This week we spotted Jasmine Douglas during the lunchtime rush downtown; she was a standout with her earrings and what she calls "swag." Keep reading to learn where she shops, her favorite acce ... More >>
Although rain is splashing down on us this week, many people are still prepared to take fashion risks. One such risk-taker is Breanna Cope, spotted in Englewood rocking muted blacks and grays with a pop of color in the form of her red hair. Read on to learn why she is her own fashion icon, and to fi ... More >>
Before the snow came back, people were enjoying the nice spring weather in Denver. This week, we spotted nurse Veronica Morris on Market Street sporting a Louis Vuitton handbag and mint-green high heels. Continue reading to find out which family member inspires her style, where she shops, and what h ... More >>
Ever heard someone described as being so greedy that she would steal from her own mother? Well, that particular shoe fits Judith Eakins, 53, as if it was made for her, since she did steal from her own mother, a 92 year old with dementia who died last month. But that's not the only reason Eakins is ... More >>
Women's wear is often defined by femininity -- dresses, skirts and timeless silhouettes that complement the female form. This makes it rare to encounter people who challenge these standards by adapting pieces of men's wear into women's wear. But we recently spotted Samantha Kill, a Brookstone manage ... More >>
Bankers! It was bumbling Uncle Billy who managed to misplace George Bailey's deposit -- but it was the banker, Mr. Potter, who took advantage of the situation. Just as bankers are taking advantage of the unfortunate today. It's a Wonderful Life may be over sixty years old, but the movie has a very m ... More >>
With autumn arriving on Saturday, many people are ready to sport new looks, complete with coats. One of them is local comedienne Kristin Rand, who has many humorous observations on Denver street style. Continue reading to learn Rand's personal take on fashion, the best place to people-watch in the ... More >>
Denver will be all about fashion during today's Fashion's Night Out. But as we continue to move toward fall, more and more people are bringing out new fashions every day. Here for your viewing pleasure is a double dose of menswear that emphasizes the DIY punk-rock aesthetic. Meet Slug and Cassius Wo ... More >>
Crooked Stave, the one-man sour-beer-making brewery operation that's been in Fort Collins for nearly two years, plans to move to Denver shortly. Owner Chad Yakobson said in his monthly newsletter that he will sign a lease this week on a Denver "Barrel Cellar" and bottling warehouse -- although he ha ... More >>
Karen Scharer, whose work is currently showing at Space Gallery, took some time to explain the finer aspects of abstract art to Tiffany Fitzgerald last week. But some readers don't appreciate her explanation -- or her art, particularly "February Wetlands," shown above.
As the season starts to swelter, street fashion takes a more easy-going, laid-back approach. Yet for these individuals, that doesn't mean compromising on style. Take a gander at this week's subjects, who are creating their own looks.
'57 Lesbian (due tonight at the Bluebird Theater) came about when Matt Bischoff of the Fluid and the Frantix had some downtime and got together with his old friend and former Frantix drummer, Dave Stewart, and started a stripped down rock and roll band with former Twice Wilted bassist Chanin Floyd. ... More >>
J. WohletzIt's the season of shopping, and the jing-a-ling of purses and wallets can be heard all over the 16th Street Mall -- all the way into the Denver Pavilions, our convenient downtown mid-priced clothing mecca. And just in time for the 2011 holiday shopping season, the newly opened H&M ... More >>
The Big Year, based on a 2004 book by former Denver Post writer Mark Obmascik and starring Steve Martin, Jack Black, Owen Wilson, Rashida Jones, Anjelica Huston and Rashida Jones, among others, debuts in theaters nationwide today. But before The Big Year got the big Hollywood treatment, it w ... More >>
While Harry Shearer is most popular as the bassist from This is Spinal Tap and nearly half of the voices of on The Simpsons, he's also been extremely prolific in other areas during his half-a-century in showbiz. In advance of the screening of his documentary The Big Uneasy Thursday night at t ... More >>
It's a bittersweet day for music fans in Northern Colorado. Today our neighbors to the north are mourning the loss of two of their own, DJ Jimmy Hands and Kyle Dyas, KUNC's music director, who both passed away unexpectedly over the weekend. The sad news comes in just as we're getting word f ... More >>
Brad Whittle, president of the company that operates Yellow Cab in Denver, refused to comment for last week's cover story, "Mean Streets," in which former taxi drivers described alleged abuse and discrimination at the operation. But after the story came out, Whittle apparently weighed in on t ... More >>
There's not much that Martina Grbac can't do. Previously gracing Denver stages with her cello and vocals in the now defunct indie rock group Matson Jones, Grbac's career has taken a rather surprising turn -- operating eyeLAB, her own self proclaimed garage optical shop. The mission of eyeLA ... More >>
All right, a few weeks ago we offered up our take on the ten worst moments of crossover disaster, ill-advised efforts to mate movies with music. Now it's time to look at the flip side of the coin, the ten movies in which music and Hollywood made great bedfellows, outstanding cinematic turns that ... More >>
Turn on your radio-listening device tonight at 7:30 to 106.7 KBPI to catch Workhorse, Denver's southern-rock-fried answer to Mastodon, on Uncle Nasty's show. They'll be interviewing Ross and Randy from the band as well as playing the song "Wooly Molasses." If you like what you hear (and you probabl ... More >>
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