On a trip to Guatemala six years ago, then-student Connor Knutson was floored by the lack of clean water in the community where he was working. So after returning home, he started thinking of ways to solve the problem -- passing ideas back and forth with friend and now-business partner Justin Hoffma ... More >>
Looking for free condoms? The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment wants to have your back. The state agency is paying $15,000 to advertise a website called CondomFinder.org on various marquees operated by Denver Arts & Venues, including the digital display in front of the high-pro ... More >>
On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, our critics discuss the upcoming Dallas Buyers Club, the late Lou Reed, 1983's Get Crazy, 1979's The Visitor, and 2008's In Bruges.Matthew McConaughey extends his streak of taking on challenging roles in Dallas Buyers Club (opening in Denver next week), playin ... More >>
Dozens of drag stars, burlesque dancers, comedians and musicians from all over Denver and the nation came out for a good cause on Friday: The fourth annual Apocalyptic Ball, themed "The Awakening" this year, raised funds for local AIDS organizations. For more photos from the evening, check out our ... More >>
Welcome to Ask Willie D, where legendary rapper Willie D of the Geto Boys answers reader questions about matters, in his own words, "funny, serious or unpredictable." Something on your mind? Ask Willie D! Dear Willie D, I'm in a long-distance relationship with a good man, but the miles are start ... More >>
We've just learned about the death of Damien LaGoy, who became one of the most public advocates for medical marijuana patients like himself. Opponents of medical marijuana tend to characterize MMJ patients as twenty-something slackers who merely want an excuse to get high, but LaGoy contradicted th ... More >>
Last month, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment revealed that Dr. Stephen Stein, an oral surgeon who'd practiced in Highlands Ranch and Cherry Creek, was under investigation for allegedly re-using needles and syringes. The CDPHE encouraged all 8,000 of his patients between Septe ... More >>
At this writing, the second-most-viewed item on the Boulder Daily Camera website is a letter to the editor -- but not just any letter. The missive, published under the heading "Gays are a Threat to Public Health," has had an explosive impact on readers, coming at the outset of a special session insp ... More >>
Mondo Guerra won it all last night, when he was named the winner of Project Runway All Stars. But this Denver designer has always shown that he was a cut above -- generous to other designers and supportive of causes close to his heart, including Colorado AIDS Project, the beneficiary of last night's ... More >>
Denver designer Mondo Guerra is about to emerge from the Project Runway vortex after a two-year stay, and he'll be the latest personality to try and prove that there are second acts in the lives of American reality-TV stars. Since Season 8 of the Lifetime reality show began filming in June 2010, an ... More >>
This week, Boulder County's 22-year-old syringe exchange program -- called "The Works" -- became the first legal syringe exchange in the state, thanks to a state law passed in 2010 legalizing such programs.
Spiderman: Much better at saving the world than Bono.Bono recently took time out of his busy touring schedule to save his investment opportunity, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark -- a Broadway musical boasting tunes written by the investor himself, daredevil scenes of amazing acrobatics and, acco ... More >>
Reporter Melanie Asmar's recent post juxtaposing abstinence education versus what she termed more "realistic" sex ed drew a passionate response from one reader. She feels the question should go well beyond whether or not instructors will still be able to use bananas and condoms.
Andrew McClure and Lisa Raville, advocatin'. Anyone who Googled anything today knows that it's World AIDS Day. And anyone who drove by the intersection of Colfax and Broadway this afternoon knows select folks in Denver think clean needles are part of the solution to stopping the spread of the ... More >>
I can be one hard gal to shop for, and I've been known to exchange, re-gift and return gifts. I can't help it -- which means many of my exhausted family members and friends have simply given up and retreated to the faithful standby of gift cards and certificates. Haters say the cards or certificate ... More >>
Fall fashion and charity are all the rage at Absolute! Fabulous! Gorgeous!
With summer comes grilling and overeating, usually one as a result of the other. But some people like a little competitive juice with their meal, and they take this idea to the next level. Welcome to the ongoing Steve’s Snappin’ Dogs hot dog eating contest – created to raise money for the Colo ... More >>
Starz FilmCenter in the Tivoli
Baker offers bargains by the barrel.
When Reverend Benjamin Reynolds opened his church to gays, some called it a sin. He calls it a mission from God.
Angels in America
From the week of November 25, 2005
The early bird gets the bargain
Valentine's Day turns guys into sweethearts
A Day Without Art continues to evolve
Pickett Rodeo showcases black cowboys
From the week of January 10,2002
A benefit party in Oz is one way to build community.
A advertisment for an AIDS benefit starts a barroom brawl.
THE DOCTOR'S IN JAIL AND MOST BOARDMEMBERS HAVE QUIT--BUT BILL COORS VOWS TO PRESS ON.
AT DEATH'S DOOR, AIDS DOCTOR ADAM MYERS BATTLES TO POSTPONE THE INEVITABLE.WHERE THERE'S HOPE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS, DR. ADAM MYERS MEASURES VICTORY ONE DAY AT A TIME.