New York-based filmmaker Bill Morrison had already made two short films using Bill Frisell's pre-recorded music, but Morrison wanted to work with the well-known jazz guitarist on a longer project. That effort would become The Great Flood, a documentary that they started collaborating on a few years ... More >>
Update:Yesterday afternoon, Jesse Paul Speer, a photographer with Colorado ties who's accused of kidnapping and assaulting an eleven-year-old Cody, Wyoming, girl, waived his right to fight extradition during a brief court hearing in Montana yesterday. Meanwhile, new information about the crime is ac ... More >>
There are the cute ("Smokey the Beer," Blind Tiger Brewing in Topeka, Kansas), the mysterious ("Hoodoo Voodoo IPA," Three Creeks Brewing in Sisters, Oregon), the sexy ("Sexual Chocolate," Foothills Brewing in Winston-Salem, North Carolina) and everything in between when it comes to beer names spotte ... More >>
By now, you've probably heard the news -- if not, sorry to be the bearer of sad news, darkening an otherwise sunny afternoon -- Amy Jade Winehouse has passed away at the age of 27. At 4 p.m. London time today, authorities reportedly found the singer dead in her apartment. The cause of death h ... More >>
After a week of monsoon-like weather, it's finally time to get out and enjoy the daytime shining sun. It seems like it's been years since we've had an evening without rain, but there are so many fine events going on this weekend you'll be more than willing to pull out the rain boots and umbre ... More >>
David Huska bags some Colorado peaches at Civic Center Eats. Native peaches belong on a short list of the best things about Colorado. The Forte Farms stand has other things as well -- plums and tomatoes -- but the peaches are the real draw. In the five or ten minutes I was standing there at ... More >>
Back when this city was so concerned with being lean and green, I wondered what that health-conscious program would do to the proper preparation of Rocky Mountain oysters, Colorado's unofficial state food (as seen on the Let's Talk Colorado tourism page, which I took to task for its general in ... More >>
While swearing, mistimed streamers and the occasional smoke bomb may be enough to upset a few spectators at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park -- see our August 7 feature story on Colorado Rapids fans for more on that -- this kind of behavior pales in comparison to what is exhibited by soccer fans around ... More >>
Milonga overtakes the Mercury Cafe dance floor.
Skankin' it up with Bucket Hingley of the Toasters.
Eastwood's latest Baby proves he's still a money player.
Another stage goes dark in Denver's theater community.
Keep your eye on the birdie
Nobody does nostalgic melodrama like Guy Maddin.
Tennis courts new players to reverse its losing streak.
From the week of March 18, 2004
Diplomacy addicts smile and lie as they gamely try to conquer the world.
These refugees lost their homes and families in southern Sudan. But in Denver, they're finding a future.
In Pueblo, the iron will of a union has proved tougher than steel.
Cabaret Balkan shows the depth of ethnic conflict.
THE MEMBERS OF SUPERCHUNK CONTINUE TO LIVE AN INDEPENDENT LIFESTYLE.