Sure, romantic gestures are always a nice way to observe Valentine's Day, but so is going to a good concert or dancing the night away with your significant other. Looking for something to do tomorrow night? You've come to the right place. We've put together a comprehensive rundown of ways to celebra ... More >>
A little bit of the South Pacific landed at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder on Saturday, August 31st, in the form of the Voodoo Island 1950s Tiki Ball, which included a nine-piece Afro-Cuban orchestra, a Tahitian oasis of bamboo huts, palm trees, tiki carving, hula and fire dancers and Polyn ... More >>
It was a big week for a certain Canadian this week, as the import's song finally overtook Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know." And no, we're not talking about Justin Bieber, but she is his protege. Carly Rae Jepsen's inescapable viral and radio hit, "Call Me Maybe," conquers the Billboard Ho ... More >>
Holding it. Being a reality TV standby best known for getting kicked off his first gig on MTV's Road Rules: South Pacific for attacking a black co-star with widely speculated racist motivations is not exactly the most admirable thing to be known for, but this weekend, Abram Boise managed to s ... More >>
Big pics below.It's as if the planets suddenly came into alignment -- but in a truly disgusting way. Yes, friends, we bring you two, count 'em, two thoroughly repulsive stories with Colorado connections involving jails and shit. Paul Kausalik and Abram Boise, come on down!
Sean Kenyon knows how to pour out both drinks and advice. A third-generation bar man with almost 25 years behind the bar, he is a student of cocktail history, a United States Bartenders Guild-certified Spirits Professional and a BAR Ready graduate of the prestigious Beverage Alcohol Resource ... More >>
It's not the real thing, but you may think it isStoners, beware! Mary Jane's Relaxing Soda does not contain pot. But 28-year-old soda jerk Matt Moody, the drink's inventor, insists that Mary Jane lives up to its name. "It's not a high, but it would be close to draw a comparison and that was ... More >>
World traveler, journalist, PR exec: Boulderite John Shors has done it all. But these days, he wears the hat of a novelist because, upon the release of his third work of fiction, Dragon House (NAL Trade, $15), he's proven himself an author with a big scope -- one who writes focused stories wi ... More >>
In the Dream of the Sea Life
A cold-war play that never heats up.
Arvada Center creates passable music.
Nene needs your love.
Nothing succeeds like excess.
Denver's Month of Photography marches on at Gallery M, Mizel and Robischon.
A '60s British TV series gets an extreme makeover.
Country Dinner Playhouse serves a wrinkled South Pacific.
Beers and cheers for the American way at Arapahoe Basin this Memorial Day.
Connie and Carla is based on a classic but ends up a drag.
New Year's Peeve
Meet a corporate lawyer's alter egos: a DJ and a space-age musician.
Carousel finds angelic voices even as it explores dark themes.
Tom Hanks grows up and delivers an adult romance with Cast Away.
Discouraging words are seldom heard at the Denver Art Museum and Robischon Gallery.
This capable cast almost makes you forget that Violet isn't a very good musical.
Leo grins and bares it for The Beach.
The banjo champion makes music that's finger-pickin' good.
A Grand Night for Singing hits a flat note.
Rocky the Leprechaun helps people prepare for the end.
Weary Denver computer programmer Thom Lancy dreams of retracing the Kon-tiki expedition to the South Seas.