Not for FoxNews or American Idol or any of the other questionable shit the network has thrown out there in the name of entertainment over the years. People like what people like, however inexplicable that may be, so I couldn't care less about any of that. No, Fox earned my everlasting ire ... More >>
Yesterday in this space, we nodded to ten Colorado-connected hotties, ingenues and reality-TV stars. But our square state is known for funny business, too. Turns out the list of notables who were born or lived here includes lots of notable comedians and comic actors -- some hugely famous, others get ... More >>
A roller derby nickname must be several things. Among them: short, clever and intimidating. This year's winner of "Best Roller Derby Nickname" in our 2012 Best of Denver issue is all three: Boo Boo Radley of the Denver Roller Dolls.
But there's more cleverness and badassery to go around. Here, we ... More >>
Colorado has starred in hundreds of movies -- and more recently, watched as filmmakers pass up the Centennial State for cheaper locales, even if their films are set here. (Thanks for nothing, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.) But lawmakers and industry folks have a plan to change that, a plan that could b ... More >>
When a movie rakes in enough green, green, filthy money to necessitate a sequel, there's a pretty standard set of solutions studios employ to resolve the cognitive dissonance of basically repackaging the same movie -- the villain returns from hell, for example, or there's another mystery to s ... More >>
We've all seen those molded green plastic soldiers; they're a staple of every kid's childhood and, thanks to the Toy Story series, heroes of the big screen. But we've never seen plastic soldiers like this -- begging for money, assaulting women, placing a rifle under their chin.
It's the arr ... More >>
Passerby peruses an unfinished piñata in the Sunnyside neighborhood.
While hanging piñatas are a common sight on Federal Boulevard, apparently not all of the papier mâché punching bags are made alike. While the bulk of low-cost piñatas are built in huge factories in China, the photo abov ... More >>
Williams's carrot on the right, next to Buzz Lightyear"When I saw this strange vegetable, the resemblance to Buzz Lightyear hit me straight away and I just thought 'my gosh.'"
Those were the words of 68-year-old English gardener and granddad Clive Williams, who made the Telegraph by unearthi ... More >>