Revenue from Red Rocks Amphitheatre has been steadily increasing, according to numbers provided by the city of Denver, which owns Red Rocks. In 2006, for example, the iconic venue pulled in $5.7 million in revenue, and the total five years ago was just over $7 million. By 2013, the projected revenue ... More >>
When filmmaker Ethan Knightchilde was growing up on the East Coast, a cheesy ghost story sparked an interest in ghost towns that ultimately led him to create the monumental documentary Ghosts of the West, which will have its Denver debut at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 26, at the Esquire Theatre. "You ... More >>
In the Christmastime classic, It's a Wonderful Life, Jimmy Stewart, as George Bailey, gets a taste of what the world would be like if he had never been born. It's not a pretty picture, and it reminds Bailey, and the audience, of the joy he created. The Wynkoop Brewing Company, founded in 1988, has c ... More >>
You didn't need to listen to all the pundits dissect the presidential debate to know that Colorado is still a swing state. Just check traffic reports: Today, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will hold a rally at Red Rocks -- accompanied by Kid Rock. (This might be the only way Kid Rock could ever get a gig ... More >>
I will not say that Ghost Adventures host Zak Bagans (referred to in the Urban Dictionary as "Douche Bagans") is the douchiest guy to ever host his own TV show, that he's a certifiable uber-chad, that he looks like Ryan Seacrest and Ty Pennington's love child, or that the way his hair creeps sideway ... More >>
We'll always have Paris. Paris on the Platte will be celebrating its 25th anniversary all weekend, with two days of music and memories starting at 8:30 p.m. tonight, and continuing tomorrow. In anticipation of the celebration, DT has already shared his memory of learning to smoke at Paris, r ... More >>
Elizabeth Welch (Citrine), Reyna Von Vett (Madame Reyna), Melinda Smart (Sapphire) and Michelle Sergeeff (Amethyst) star in Leadville or Bust. Photo by Kellie Coughlin. I wasn't prepared to be enchanted by Leadville or Bust, which runs at the Crossroads Theater on Tuesday and Wednesday nights thro ... More >>
Nothing is set in stone, even on the landmarked Stoneman's Row. And the rest could be history.
Former Colorado governor Ralph Carr has been dead since 1950 and obscure for nearly as long. But he's returned to the public eye of late thanks to Channel 9 reporter Adam Schrager, whose new biography, The Principled Politician: The Ralph Carr Story, celebrates the bravery of its central player. Car ... More >>
Fearless DA Phil Van Cise cleaned up Denver — and it cost him his career. Can a new justice center right an old wrong?
No room at the Inn.
A former concessionaire lodges a legal complaint with the city.
North Denver neighbors get a crash course in I-70's future.
Two vintage cinemas mark seventy-plus years of enchanting Denver.
Spend April in Paris at Starlet.
The DAM presents an exhibit studded with the state's art stars.
He's gone country
American tall tale gallops across these pages
GOP of the heap
Kenneth Jessen's ode to the outhouse finds one-seaters, six-shooters and even two-tierers.
John Losasso's Italian roots go deep into Denver's history.
Fighting neighborhood crime is just the tip of the iceberg for Capitol Hill's Unsinkables.
Making book on the Webb legacy.
A catastrophe of history has quashed an apostrophe; now Roger Oram wants to put it back.
Ignoring skeptics, Denver pushes ahead with its plans to bail out a convention-center hotel. Will anyone check in?
Abstinence makes the heart grow fonder as a public dispute goes pubic.
The city branches out.
David Owen Tryba has designs on Denver--and looks to its past for inspiration.
The battle over the Sand Creek massacre just won't end.
While historians search for the site of the Sand Creek Massacre, Laird Cometsevah listens to his ancestors.
Jan. 29 - Feb. 4, 1998
Armed with deep pockets, Terry Walker mounts a bid for governor.
SO LONG, STAPLETON: TRIPS DOWN MEMORY LANE AND OTHER FLIGHTS OF FANCY.A DAY IN THE DEATH OF STAPLETON
CURTIS PARK RESIDENTS FEAR DEMOLITION OF SOME VICTORIAN STRUCTURES.