After two years, Drew's Deli has closed and its space on Lincoln Street is for lease...again. Brothers Andrew and David Marx opened their deli in the home of the original Spicy Pickle in the fall of 2012; Andrew already had experience in the sandwich business at Jimmy & Drew's in Boulder, which earn ... More >>
After spending time living and studying abroad, singer and musician Adam Goldstein returned to America with a newly acquired passion -- performing Irish pub ballads. Unsure he would be able to find a venue in Denver for his catalog of unique drinking songs, he eventually discovered Lannie's Clocktow ... More >>
After thirteen years with Buntport Theater, actor Brian Colonna knows his fellow collaborators and they know him. They write together. They perform together. They even share directorial responsibilities. As a result, they have built one of the funniest theater troupes in Colorado. But sometimes, the ... More >>
Brothers Andrew and David Marx are just about ready to open Drew's Deli at 988 Lincoln Street in the former home of Spicy Pickle. The signage outside the place has been promising as such for weeks, as has the restaurant's voicemail. But inevitable inspections have delayed things a bit according to t ... More >>
Ah, yes, welcome to the weekend! Been a long week, and now you're about to get to enjoy a long weekend. As always, a plethora of enticing options this weekend and it's another good mix: Tonight, a trio of local release parties featuring Signal Path, Mancub and Rockie kick things into gear, along wit ... More >>
In the history of rock there has never been a greater example of media manipulation than the Sex Pistols. From the Stones refusing to wear a tie to Bowie claiming he was gay to Ozzy biting the head off a dove, press savvy rockers have been tricking the media into endless headline coverage as long as ... More >>
Saturday, December 11, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
VJ Scott Beibin's Lost Film Festival is a law unto itself. Although it can be loosely compared to work by such artists as Negativland, Pee-wee Herman or the Marx Brothers, its anti-corporate vibe and array of topics addressed puts the Lost Film Festival firmly into its own category. That being said ... More >>
Woody Allen is back from his European vacation. Next, he directs Larry David in NYC and Puccini for L.A. Opera.
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie's gone before. And that's a good thing.
Judd Apatow's pretty good year.
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week.
The loudest, boldest comic actor around takes an endless victory lap.
Bob's steaks a claim in Cherry Creek.
The Hitchhiker's Guide is harmless -- well, mostly harmless.
Bits, Bytes & Bots
Howard Hughes gets what he wants -- in this case, a fun and loving biopic.
Will Ferrell's Anchorman is dumb, and funny, as hell.
Lectures on Unrelated Topics fire up listeners' brains
Jackie Chan takes a long trip without going anyplace new.
The Terminal is Spielberg's satiric take on our post-9/11 world.
Cohen Festival honors the literary tradition
Bad Santa is crude and rude and the jolliest Christmas movie ever.
Dance festival gets above it all
Woody Allen leads a sparkling cast through '40s New York in The Curse of the Jade Scorpion.
A spiffed up Hard Day's Night continues to dazzle, with its jump cuts, slow motion and sped-up Beatles antics.
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad.
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously.
Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho.