On Monday, Governor John Hickenlooper announced the creation of the Sand Creek Massacre Commemoration Commission, designed to further understanding of that dark chapter in Colorado history as the 50th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre approaches on November 29, 1964. And that process just got a ... More >>
Last May, we posted about a University of Colorado study that found May-December couples are seldom rich or hot. Afterward, Brandon Wade, CEO of Seeking Arrangement, billed as "the world's largest Sugar Daddy website," offered a rebuttal. His sugar daddies are rich and hot, he insisted. Now, Seekin ... More >>
Historian Ari Kelman was watching Iron Man 3 this past weekend with his son when he was startled by a familiar reference, one that seemed very out of context in a Hollywood blockbuster. Mandarin, the apparent arch-villain played by Ben Kingsley, was comparing his own act of terrorism in attacking a ... More >>
We love us some Urban Dictionary, in part because it features plenty of unusual definitions for words we thought we knew pretty damn well -- like, for instance, "Colorado" and "Denver." Our latest collection, featuring original (and unedited) definitions we've photo-illustrated, features words insp ... More >>
Here's some news that ought to brighten your day -- assuming of course that you're suffering from a case of the Mondays like the rest of us and it needs brightening: A new date has been announced for Morrissey, whose previous date at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House at the beginning of November was po ... More >>
Hidden deep inside the concrete exterior of the massive MillerCoors plant in Golden, in a room that you enter from a stairway landing and through a door that says, "exit," a group of meticulous brewers for AC Golden Brewing have been experimenting with unusual beers that are going to surprise you. ... More >>
Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be another day dedicated to the celebration of...well, anything, oenophiles around the country will raise filled-to-the-brim glasses to toast National Cabernet Day on Thursday. While it's easy to dismiss these booze-filled events as just another excuse t ... More >>
For the last three years, staffers at the Clinic have raised money for theNational Multiple Sclerosis Society -- outreach that emphasizes a growing public acceptance and interest in using medical marijuana to treat the disease. This Saturday at the annual MS Walk Denver in City Park, the dispensary ... More >>
Update: Two of the charges incurred by supporters of Occupy Denver in recent weeks were dropped over the weekend when the city attorney's office decided against officially filing in both cases. The most notable of the two instances is that of Natalie Wyatt, who has since enlisted as a plaintiff on t ... More >>
Do not mess with the Potato Board.Don't mess with spuds. That was the message sent out yesterday by the Denver-based United States Potato Board, in response to a study published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine that states potatoes make your body resemble Mr. Potato Head. In ... More >>
IMHS.orgIntermountain Humane Society in Pine Junction is embroiled in a controversy sure to stir any animal lover. After an outbreak of ringworm, center personnel decided to euthanize six cats that came down with the ailment, as well as seventeen others, in an effort to halt the epidemic. But ... More >>
Dean Fernando Josh Davis, better known as DJ Shadow, is one of those artists that invents genres. Since the release of his 1996 critically-acclaimed debut, Endtroducing....., he has been regarded as one of the founding fathers of instrumental hip-hop. Endtroducing..... made the Guinness Book ... More >>
Landscape paintings and photos are at Robischon, while art and architecture make the news.
DJ Shadow's brooding sound structure is still Quannum leaps ahead.
The state of the art in contemporary ceramics is on display at the CU Art Museum.
The Basement Tapes
An art sleuth trails Harry Bertoia to Denver, while Manuel Neri is caught in the act at Robischon.
The Havu and Judish galleries are the latest to showcase contemporary representational art.
The Bay Area's Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel make hip-hop that's magically Blackalicious.
Discouraging words are seldom heard at the Denver Art Museum and Robischon Gallery.
Lookout Mountain is a hot spot in the battle over broadcast emissions.
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Return of the Native
DJ Shadow makes instrumental music. But he can't keep quiet about the state of hip-hop.
Paul Cameron's mission to stop homosexuality is hard to swallow
KNAPSACK IS FILLED WITH MORE CHARM THAN MOST GROUPS CAN CARRY.
AN ECONOMICS MAGAZINE FOLDS AFTER AMASSING A HUGE DEBT.
CONSERVATIVE STRATEGISTS GEAR UP FOR THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY.RIGHT ON! EMPOWERMENT TO THE PEOPLE: CONSERVATIVES TUNE IN AND TURN ON.
BOULDER'S BIGGEST TALK SHOW OUTLASTED MCCARTHY, THE SIXTIES AND ANGRY FEMINISTS. BUT CAN IT SURVIVE HOWARD HIGMAN?HOWARD'S END THE PARTY'S OVER FOR CU'S CONFERENCE ON WORLD AFFAIRS--AND ITS EMBATTLED FOUNDER.