Among a handful of the local music-scene tributes to recently deceased Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, Time offered his respects for the fallen MC and activist on a new tune, "Too Sweet to Be Sour," a cross-Atlantic collaboration with British MC Akira the Don. The track opens with a crisp horn line looping ... More >>
While we've been mourning the untimely passing of Adam Yauch (aka MCA) of the Beastie Boys last week and reminiscing about the act's shows in Denver, we've learned that the musician/activist had pretty interesting ties to our city beyond playing here nearly a dozen times over the past two decades. B ... More >>
So, if Facebook is the future of social discourse, it should be no surprise that it's been a forum for Occupy Wall Street discussions and visual arguments. Pictures, cartoons, graphics -- anti-Occupy Facebookers have taken to the virtual streets of Zuckerberg's city to fight Occupy Wall Stree ... More >>
A Flickr photo.Beer dinners, wine tastings, and a photography class on capturing images of fine food are all on the menu this week -- and much more. Here's a taste of what's coming up:
Mark MangerRatna and Macchendra Shrestha at Nepal Cuisine.Jason Sheehan just reviewed Nepal Cuisine, where he found more than enough momo to keep him warm through these upcoming winter months. On momo alone, Nepal Cuisine easily ranks among the top ten Indian and Nepalese restaurants in the ... More >>
Tenzin Zopa in an image from director Nati Barartz's "Unmistaken Child." Unmistaken Child, which opens tomorrow, June 26, at the Mayan Theatre, is a remarkable documentary about a fascinating ritual of Tibetan Buddhism: the search for a reincarnated master in the body of a child. Tenzin Zopa is cho ... More >>
This week's review of China Jade gave me another excuse to bounce around the cuisine and culture of a faraway land without having to worry about the attendant shots, jet-lag or passport issues. More important, it gave me yet more examples of the myriad ways in which pigs can be turned into delicious ... More >>
Tellurides Mountainfilm weds social justice and entertainment in the high country.
These weekly lists are often easy to put together. I review a Mexican restaurant, I can make a list of other Mexican restaurants I love. I write about Chinese food, I can list a half-dozen other places to get good duck. But this week? Not so much. I've been sitting here, wracking my brain trying ... More >>
If this chef is good enough for the Dalai Lama, hes good enough for you.
Thought Equity Motion is using old footage in new revenue-generating ways.
Do you have what it takes to beat the brainiacs?
From the Himalayas to the Rockies, Tibet’s chief oracle is bringing his positive energy to help overcome negative forces and obstacles facing the Mile High today. He’s the Dalai Lama’s advisor, protector of Tibet, all Tibetan people and Tibet’s government. So the organizers of Denver’s Sum ... More >>
Five years after graduation, our comic gets the last laugh.
Tamdin Wangdu's photos bring his native Tibet to Denver.
Thursday, September 9, Red Rocks, 303-830-8497.
Thirty years ago, a group of Boulder hippies, drunk monks and Naropa poets carved Shambhala Mountain Center out of the wilderness. Today they're close to realizing their kingdom on Earth.
Sherpa's Adventurers Restaurant plots a steady culinary course.
The DCTC stages an all-black Streetcar
Campaign for Tibet remembers the Rowells
The Whole Bowl
Can't we all just get along?
Stuffed and mounted
Woman on Top never rises to the occasion.
Helander Dance Theater presents Voices of Tibet
December 10 - 16, 1998
Here's something to meditate about: singing nuns and a Tibetan flutist.