A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the owner of a pet treat factory in the River North neighborhood, who sued the city and three neighbors for conspiring against him. As explained in our cover story, "Raising a Stink," Ray Kasel of Kasel Associates Industries took issue with the fact t ... More >>
Was Kasel Associates Industries, a pet-treat factory in the hip River North neighborhood, harmed by receiving an odor citation after five neighbors called to complain about the smell? No way, say the City of Denver and a neighbor whom factory owner Ray Kasel is now suing for harassment. Their respon ... More >>
"Still Life with Pear" by Daniel Sprick, $9,000What's a secondary art market? It's a sale of works that have been sold before and are back on the market. The advantage of buying these pre-owned works, from the collector's point of view, is the clear picture it gives for a work's resale value ... More >>
Coloradans for Medical Marijuana Regulations is the local advocacy organization that seems most willing to compromise with officials and legislators about weed rules in these parts; not that the group's frontman, Matt Brown, actually praised Denver City Council's recently approved plan at the same ... More >>
This city really knows how to kick off its third annual Denver Arts Week: Tonight's Know Your Arts First Friday, an amped-up First Friday art-walk event, will step up to the plate to showcase local artists and galleries all over town. The fun then continues with a slew of art discussions, demonst ... More >>
Jerry Gilmore continues the Arvada Center's tradition of supporting contemporary art.
From body bags to gang shootings, artist Bill Potts has seen the horror--and held on to the dream.