In recent weeks, anti-marijuana advocates have been pushing polls they say show a majority of people in Colorado and beyond are cooling on cannabis legalization. But Mason Tvert, spokesman for the Marijuana Policy Project and a primary proponent for Amendment 64, which legalized limited pot sales in ... More >>
As we've noted, poll results are notoriously fluid on plenty of topics. But that doesn't stop partisans from championing those they like, even when they're contradicted by others. Case in point: Anti-pot activists have embraced a survey showing that the majority of Coloradans are unhappy with marij ... More >>
"Shining Cities," a new report from Environment Colorado, compiles an incredible amount of data about solar power, including a ranking of the top ten solar cities in the United States. Yes, Denver made the list -- barely. But while this accomplishment might seem worthy of praise, Environment Colora ... More >>
Ah, yes, what a, uh, super weekend we have on tap. Welcome! You made it! Not only is the big game going down, but the weather is supposed to be favorable with a high in the fifties and there is an abundance of music to look forward to -- so much so, in fact, that we've expanded our picks this week t ... More >>
Another week, another swell roster of music in the Mile High City. From the bacchanalian throwback debauchery of the Darkness, who will be invading the Summit Music Hall, to the lyrical thriftiness of Macklemore, who is set to headline Icelantic's second annual edition of Winter on the Rocks, there ... More >>
As the winter chill finally thaws (work with us here -- we know it's still below freezing right now) and gives way to the hopefulness and fertility of spring, the upcoming concert season is likewise bursting with promise. Coming off one of the best years for live music in recent memory, the lineup i ... More >>
Wednesday, February 15, Summit Music Hall, 866-468-7621.
A blend of Shakespeare plays makes up the bulk of Queen Margaret.
Why was it so hard for these upstanding, law-abiding citizens to get arrested?