For decades, feminists have challenged the art world to open up galleries and museums to women artists. While nominal progress has been made, many major institutions still show a disproportionate amount of work by male artists. This disparity is one of many reasons critics Eleanor Heartney and Nancy ... More >>
When filmmaker Alex Cox finished shooting Repo Man in 1983, the first thing he did with the left-over money was option the film rights to the science fiction novel Bill, the Galactic Hero. Now both projects are back in the spotlight. The Criterion Collection recently released a Blu-Ray edition of th ... More >>
Jon Embree's firing as CU Buffs football coach has been cheered by some fans -- like those who identify with our gallery of CU Buffs suck memes. But others argue that Embree was sacked before he had a real chance to turn the moribund program around. They include former CU coach Bill McCartney, who s ... More >>
The year 1972 saw the death of the hippies -- or, at the very least, the decline of the movement from idealistic young go-getters playing with the fire of radical social change to an out-of-control inferno of hard drugs and failed dreams. Neil Young's Harvest wasn't the first to comment on these dar ... More >>
Roger Daltrey. Just because Roger Daltrey is 65-years old doesn't mean he'd like to spend his golden years sitting on his sofa listening to all the Who albums he helped make so memorable. He's currently in the midst of his first solo tour since the mid-'80s, and by the time he's done, he hope ... More >>
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If one schnauzer is nice, what's wrong with 150?
CU football grinds on under the weight of the past.
DPS's new literacy program is raising the bar -- but will it raise test scores?
Two CU groups feel burned by a fiery sports column.
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
Secret tapes reveal the quest for the best -- or any -- coach for the sluggish Nugs.
Former Olympic runner Frank Shorter wants elite athletes to kick their habits.
An estranged father and son find something in common: their kidneys.
The feds were already suspicious of scientist Wen Ho Lee. Then they discovered heíd downloaded every secret in the nuclear arsenal.
Jim Lambert won the lottery, but thatís not the only way he strikes it rich.
The Boulder Valley School District has a hard time learning how to teach kids with special needs.
A Green Mountain High School student finds out there's the Church of Christ, and then there's the Denver Church of Christ
Writer Terry Southern helped shape a generation. Now his son is fighting for his legacy.
Laundered money, the shadow of big tobacco, and a blubbering court reporter: The wild trial over Colorado's Amendment 15.
Aston "Family Man" Barrett of the Wailers is keeping a reggae tradition alive.
Sometime Kingston Trio member Bob Haworth has another gig--as the King of Fun.
BIGer isn't always better. Just ask Glen Rains.
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