A list of "The 19 Most Hated Companies in America" in The Atlantic aspires to quantify all the rotten customer service, hidden and excessive fees, broken promises and general consumer aggravation out there. And one Colorado-based company, Dish Network, shows up at No. 18 -- a bit embarrassing ... More >>
Video below.Last week, we noted the weird cameo by convicted Greeley gang-banger Christian Hanson in an allegedly racist attack video aimed at Janice Hahn, a California candidate running for Congress in a special election taking place tomorrow. Afterward, we heard from filmmaker Ladd Ehlinger ... More >>
Dying is for fools, amateurs.Somewhere in the last couple of years, so gradually it was hard to notice at first, Glenn Beck went from annoying and somewhat menacing to hilarious. While watching Bill O'Reilly remains basically like watching a talk show with the evil trees from The Wizard of Oz ... More >>
The menu at Colt & Gray, Nelson Perkins's restaurant at 1553 Platte Street, includes baked sticky toffee pudding, a rich, decadent and dense cakey base smothered in nut-studded toffee sauce and topped with vanilla ice cream. And it counts Food Network host and chef Claire Robinson among its ... More >>
The newly shorn Ace Young, now of "American Idol Extra." American Idol didn't prove to be a skyrocket to fame for Boulder's Ace Young, a 2006 Westword profile subject. But three years after finishing seventh in the contest -- remember how he equated that number with the one John Elway wore? -- he's ... More >>
"The Digital Conversion Will Leave Some Coloradans in the Dark," and blogs like this one note that a percentage of locals who've been receiving free, over-the-air TV during the analog era will lose this service once stations switch to all-digital broadcasting. Concerns about problems like these co ... More >>
Buntports Starship Troy comes in for a landing.
Avenue Q arrives at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Doug Bruce stars in the newest reality TV show.
And you thought network sitcoms were bad…
Sports anchors aim to entertain.
The next generation takes a pop quiz on the media.
Bill Schantz and Paul Bailey are beating the odds.
Will Ferrell's Anchorman is dumb, and funny, as hell.
The Old Guard
The Dim Sum of Its Parts
Start me up: The Stones came to town — and everyone knew it.
NBC hopes Coupling is its next hitcom, which bugs the show's biggest fans
The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
Buntport Theater offers sitcoms with a twist.
Channel 7 readies a new computer system that makes the newspeople behind the scenes all but obsolete.
That's been the long, hard decision for TV academy chairman Bryce Zabel
The talking heads are spinning at Channel 7 and Fox Sports Net.
Marty Coniglio, Channel 7
Denis Leary is on The Job, but can ABC find him an audience?
Fox Sports Net wants to beat local TV stations at their own game.
Boulder community TV lives to fight, and even shove, another day.
Boulder Community TV is at war with one of its flakiest producers. Guess who's winning?
Local newscasts have plenty of style, but where’s the substance?
A look at who's up and who's down.
A pitch meeting for Colorado sitcom ideas.
A journal of the media madness sparked by the JonBenét grand jury.