Only days after the Aurora theater shootings, and mere hours after the initial court appearance by accused gunman James Holmes, TMZ reports that the first lawsuit over the assault has been filed. The plaintiff: Torrence Brown Jr., who was not physically injured in the melee but was friends with vic ... More >>
It's news to no one that Mitt Romney is having difficulty finding common ground with the voters in his home state of Michigan. His image as a fortunate son of wealth and privilege often clashes with the down-home, middle- to low-class voters of the Great Lakes state. These coupon-clipping, Walmart s ... More >>
Last week, Deadline reported that Sacha Baron Cohen, of Borat and Ali G fame, is lined up to play Freddie Mercury in an untitled biopic. Although the majority of his work has been in parody, Baron Cohen is a nearly perfect fit, and a we don't doubt his intentions for a moment. Even still, a b ... More >>
Thoughts about food for thoughts.... Today in Cafe Society: • Meet and greet at Civic Center Eats. • A sixth Five Guys coming to Colorado Boulevard? • Black Pearl celebrates four years on South Pearl Street with free wine, cocktails and food. • 3 Sons finally back in business. • New Ein ... More >>
The December 1 blog "Boulder's Milk Boycott Missing One Thing: Milk" tells of a protest against the Cinemark movie-theater chain, whose head man, Alan Stock, donated $9,999 to the California campaign to outlaw gay marriage. Locals activists inspired by a campaign headquartered on the web at NoMILKfo ... More >>
Gus Van Sant's Milk recaptures Californian intolerance at exactly the right time
Brush up on your Spanish at Gringo Bingo.
This Colfax pub wants to rock your gypsy soul.
A jury divided unites around Laurent Cantet's schoolhouse drama
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Comedian Chris Rock offers no apologies.
Neighborhood Flix's Classic Arthouse Series takes film back to the streets.
Zach Galifianakis stands up in Boulder.
Sean Penn delivers a soulful road movie and refuses to define his subject.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
The Z-Boys roll into Dogtown again, and truth is cooler than fiction.
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense.
Homegrown wiseguys give pieces a chance in Team America.
An attempt to mingle two seafaring stories leaves viewers adrift.
Bad-boy skaters perpetuate their own myth in Dogtown and Z-Boys.
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band keeps the spirit of New Orleans alive.
The Denver Internation Film Festival opens this Thursday.
Sean Penn fails to bring life to the Villa.
The Fourth Denver Jazz on Film Festival
This week's concert pick.
An increasingly bitter Woody Allen releases Sweet and Lowdown.