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 >>
As Barack Obama was visiting CSU, where he was greeted by 13,000 supporters and an attack sign with a typo, the folks behind Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, released a letter with an academic flavor. It features the signatures of 100-plus professors who back the measure, inclu ... More >>
Missy Franklin's races in the 2012 London Olympics are over, but her victory laps are only beginning. This morning, Franklin was a featured guest on the Today show, and as you'll see in the video below, she used her moment in the spotlight to give a shout-out to plenty of people in her lives, inclu ... More >>
Ralphie could kick your ass!Everyone's watching, to see what you will do Everyone's looking at you, oh Everyone's wondering, will you come out tonight Everyone's trying to get it right, get it right Everybody's blogging for the weekend!!! The Colorado Independent has Michael Bennet defending ... More >>
Truth is definitely stranger than fiction, with the 19th Annual Colorado Book Awards announcement in Aspen last Friday just offering more proof. For starters, the main speaker was John Hickenlooper, the former geologist turned brewpub-owner turned Denver mayor who's now running for governor. ... More >>
A Flickr photoHungry for football?Congratulations, CU. Bleacher Report's Dan Scofield just named Boulder one of the ten best college-football cities in America to tailgate. Make that number ten. And, unfortunately, this achievement is tainted to some degree by the fact that CU made the list ... More >>
Fred Rosen's request wasn't greeted with smiles."I'm a true crime author and historian," Hustler magazine contributor Fred Rosen writes on his website. "I've found that most murders are a dime a dozen; the really good ones are rare. And the ones that say something about us as a society are ev ... More >>
Boss Bailey. At this writing, linebacker Boss Bailey's page remains on the Denver Broncos' website -- but that won't be true for long. Yesterday, the team cut him loose. And while that makes sense (he's still rehabbing from the sort of microfracture surgery that makes comebacks slow and difficult), ... More >>
I'm mad. Mad about new Broncos coach JoshMcDufus's arrogantly poor handling of the Jay Cutler affair, mad about his signing of, as my friend Mayf called it, the PuPu Platter of washed up running backs (Correll Buckhalter, J.J. Arrington and LaMont Jordan) to compliment (?) our existing cast of be ... More >>
There's quite a smorgasbord of food-related fun tonight. "Taste Test: Random Encounters in the History & Science of Food" returns to the Lab at Belmar, 404 South Upham in Lakewood, at 6 p.m. today, March 12, when the focus will be on...sugar. Keegan Gerhard, pastry chef, Food Network host,owner of ... More >>
Dixie FunLee Shulman challenges our Thin is in mindset.
From Athens, Georgia, comes yet another great new American band.
Think timekeeping is an afterthought in indie rock? Meet Julian Dorio.
Public-radio veteran Gene Craven tries to keep KUVO alive with help from the man he beat out for the station's top job.
The media’s coverage of a college newspaper’s profane two-word editorial deserves more than a few curse words.
A new project could revolutionize the way students learn.
A duet at Robischon, two solos at Sandy Carson, and Lew Tilley takes his final bow.
Bob Saget is ready to let his true blue self out.
If you ask Rachel Simring, there's nothing quite like the sound of your own voice.
I Am the World Trade Center rises again.
Will the newly retooled Crushmobile have the horsepower to reach New Orleans?
Mark Plaatjes just ran out of time.
THE FIRM HIRED TO RUN COLORADO'S CONTROVERSIAL NEW EMISSIONS PROGRAM HAS MADE A KILLING GAUGING THE POLITICAL WINDS.