RAKIM at CERVANTES OTHERSIDE | 9/18/13 Last night at the Otherside, Rakim stalked the stage like a lion on an African plain, controlling the mic with a swagger that hypnotized the room, which was filled with an audience who hung on to his every word. The God MC showcased a presence that left everyon ... More >>
Is it bye-bye for Boone? The once-official, now unofficial University of Denver mascot was all over the news at the end of May, when DU's lacrosse team made it to the semi-finals in Philadelphia and ESPN2 showed many closeups of the Disney-designed character adopted by the school in 1968, booted in ... More >>
Eric Decker had some ups and downs in the Broncos' win over the Chargers last night -- catching a sure touchdown pass before inexplicably falling down, and later scoring a TD in an impressive act of will. But he's familiar with emotional swings, having lived through a school shooting -- an experienc ... More >>
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David Parry -- a native of Syracuse, New York -- opened his first restaurant in Parker almost six years ago with a mission to bring Denver the New York-style pizza he loved and missed. That shop, a counter service joint, gave way to a second location in Castle Rock two years ago. And today, Parry a ... More >>
Dave Logan, recently fired as head coach of Mullen High School, is denying that he knew about recruiting violations, and says he would have fired any assistants guilty of such acts. As noted in our post yesterday, Mullen has long been suspected of recruiting -- but Logan's defenders insist he attra ... More >>
Denver's best live music bets, weekend of January 20, 2012
Bill Cosby.Tim Tebow's NFL rise has done more than boost the Broncos' chances of making the playoffs. It's inspired musical tributes, tattoos and Tumblrs, the naming of racehorses and a slew of testimonials from celebrities and pundits from beyond the world of sports. The latest examples of ... More >>
Crispin Porter BoguskySex sells, but can it sell baby carrots?When Boulder-based advertising firm Crispin Porter Bogusky set began constructing a marketing campaign to sell more carrots, its creative team studied consumers' "carrot habits," and learned all about the importance of crunch a ... More >>
It's a jet-set life for these college dropouts.
Is the government paying for a miracle or a myth?
A guide to Denver ceramics, and Maynard Tischler at DU's Myhren Gallery.
The Broncos' surprise draft pick is straight out of the mechanic's manual.
A salute to the late, great James McKinnell, a master of Colorado ceramics.
Karen Kitchel and David Sharpe record the Western landscape in solos at Robischon.
Warren Haynes is one mule who's not ungovernable.
Colorado could be courting a winner in the NCAA Tournament.
The Nuggets have finally begun to warm up the faithful.
Funny Cide, the people's choice, embodies every railbird's dream.
Once something special, an evening at Tante Louise can lag.
Backbeat writers sound off on a few of their favorite musical things from 2002.
A high-profile ESPN reporter chucks it all to become a low-profile schoolteacher -- and he couldn't be happier.
Hard-court hardcores are held hostage by the season.
Life Is Sweet
The Museum of Contemporary Art finally catches up.
Two shows focus on the kith and kiln of Colorado ceramics.
Betty Woodman does it all for the Mizel Arts Center.
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. finally gets the screen treatment he deserves with Breakfast of Champions.
Colorado Highways are safer now than they've been in decades. So what are drivers so mad about?
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