CD sales have plunged over the last decade, but vinyl LPs have become increasingly trendy, with music fans still desiring a physical product to clutch to their chests on their way home. Recognizing this trend, several years ago musician Adam Baumeister (formerly of Bad Weather California) purchased ... More >>
Get ready to bribe, cheat, and drink your way to victory: the sixth installment of Metro Denver Promotion of Letter's (MDPL) adults-only caper, Murder on Broadway, hits the Historic Baker neighborhood this Saturday, October 26. Registration for the fundraiser -- a whodunnit escapade that's part mur ... More >>
#65: Amber Cobb We asked artist Amber Cobb to answer the 100CC questionnaire as a tie-in to a couple of shows the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design instructor and current RedLine resident has coming up this weekend, but she was a little late getting back to us with her answers. "I had to fin ... More >>
Remember that mixtape you made for your high-school sweetheart? Or that time you taped a movie off cable? Turns out you were breaking the law, pirating copyrighted materials without permission. While the statute of limitations has probably long passed on your crimes of teenage passion, entertainme ... More >>
Drake. Photos by Kiernan Maletsky Drake • Mike Posner • DJ Chonz05.17.10 | Ogden Theatre First was Denver's own DJ Chonz, who was assigned with warming up the rapidly-filling Ogden. He performed his task admirably [editor's note: with one turntable, no less], but as the first-act DJ, th ... More >>
"C'mon, guys! It wasn't that bad!"Our roundup of blogs about Denver includes blogs about other places in Colorado, too. The Ralphie Report's irish1611 wins the prize for today's biggest understatement in a headline for this banner: "Media Not Too Impressed by Buffs' 2010 Recruiting Class." M ... More >>
Mike Daisey threads games, rivalries and giant corporations into his monologue.
Denver when it was flashy. Civic boosters recently unveiled new signage going up in the newly christened “Denver Theatre District,” the downtown locale surrounding the Denver Performing Arts Complex and Curtis Street, signage that’s the first step towards transforming the area into a Western ... More >>
Greeley celebrates the American Spirit.
This peculiar prequel isn't smart enough to be Dumberer.
Art's on the way up in Denver and on the way down in Baghdad.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre, that is--and its members have some scores to settle.
The anti-classical classical music of Rasputina.