For the last several months, there's been a flurry of activity on the southwest corner of Holly and Cedar, an intersection that sits on the cusp of Crestmoor and Hilltop -- a plot that was once an old gas station that's remained vacant for years. But Rob Naiman, who grew up in Crestmoor and is the f ... More >>
Ever search for something weird not really expecting to find anything, only to score way more hits than you ever imagined? That's what happened when we visited the Internet Movie Database and checked to see if there were ever any movie or TV characters named "Colorado." Turns out there were lots, in ... More >>
In recent days, we've shared the Internet Movie Database's ten most popular performers from Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Aurora. But there's a lot more state out there, and plenty of other notables from places beyond these four cities -- like, for instance, Greeley, Conifer, Longmont, Crest ... More >>
The hot weather still hasn't broken, and much as we'd like, most of us can't take off and visit one of our top ten Colorado places to stay cool in a heat wave -- because we have to work. Fortunately, a lot of businesses in Colorado allow employees to dress casually and wear clothes that are appropr ... More >>
The plane lands in Aspen at a quarter after four; I'm late. Outside the terminal, which doubles as a caf√© for sharp-dressed skiers and businessmen, D.J. Watkins is waiting in his heavy-breathing '89 Subaru Legacy. The 29-year-old Kansas native moved to Aspen five years ago, determined to preserve H ... More >>
The death of author Ray Bradbury this week touched millions of readers worldwide. But it had very personal significance to Colorado Springs' Barry Hoffman, who first made contact with Bradbury around a quarter-century ago, published limited editions of his work on his Springs-based Gauntlet Press im ... More >>
This week, Loveland City Manager Bill Cahill reportedly banned a series of words and phrases from official communication -- mostly meaningless terms such as "orientate," "proactive," "paradigm" and (!) "skillage." It's a good start -- but it turns out Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Mar ... More >>
Little Mike, back home for the holidaysTwo key figures in the evolution of Denver's constantly changing dance-music scene, Little Mike and Crazy Larry are coming home for the holidays -- and for the party "Homecoming Queenz," which they co-headline Saturday at 2200. Little Mike (known to his ... More >>
It's not you, Television. It's me.I'm throwing my television away. Actually, I'm giving it to my mother as a consolation prize/parting gift when I move out of her home in a few days. Her own monstrous TV -- which wore a DVD/VCR combo for a crown -- finally crapped out after burning through th ... More >>
Hulu's latest thematic bundling of its online TV content takes the form of a bracket trying to determine the best show on TV. It's a great idea, generally, but it depends on fan voting. So, get excited for the finals showdown between Glee and Modern Family. As with all brackets, it's most exc ... More >>
Just a few weeks into the new year, and already it's shaping up to be a good one for the Swayback. Just received word from Eric Halborg, who's celebrating the birth of his brand-new baby (congrats!), that the band has licensed two of its songs. "All Bad News," a newer track, is slated to appear in a ... More >>
Something to look forward to in 2008: Clint Eastwood's Changeling.
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
Taking a ride on the Melo side.
The Rock Iní Freak Fest gets freakier.
New Suit takes off on Hollywood.
Signs of the times.
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies.
Start me up: The Stones came to town ó and everyone knew it.
Scott Campbell moves down the road and away from the 15th Street Tavern.
'Tis the season to rate another avalanche of holiday discs.
One of Denver's least-understood media projects gets ready for its close-up.
As one of TV's best and best-loved series launches a new spin-off, its creator grapples with the aftershocks of terror
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
A look at local recordings.
Sci Fi's brilliant good vs. evil is a corpse in search of a burial.
Trash-novel queen Jacqueline Susann is turned into pulp in Isnít She Great.