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  • Blogs

    June 5, 2014

    Metro professor offers free course on psychedelics and liberalism at Deer Pile

    Known in the Denver music scene as a former guitarist of The Czars and record producer for Joe Sampson and Esme Patterson, Metro State University of Denver professor Roger Green will be teaching "Psychedelic Aesthetics, Literature, and the Crisis in Liberalism," a donation-based, seven-week course a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 12, 2009

    Today's featured event: Pulitzer Prize winner and East High grad Dan Howe on what God hath wrought

    East High grad and author Daniel Howe will talk about his 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning history tome, What Hath God Wrought -- The Transformation of America: 1815-1848, at 7 p.m. tonight at the Colorado History Museum, 1300 Broadway. The 928-page book, published in late 2007, covers American histor ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 14, 2008

    Candy Girls: Nestle Chunky Bar

    While scouring the candy aisle at Walgreen's earlier this week, I happened upon a mysterious box filled with giant candy bars that looked like they were left over from the Reagan administration. The packaging had a decidedly retro '80s feel, and since the box was sitting all alone on the very top sh ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 12, 2007

    Parking Exercise

    Get some exercise in the park. Joseph Brady was first introduced to T'ai Chi in 1967 at Brooklyn Tech, his New York high school that was one-third Chinese. "I got turned on to it then and have been doing it ever since," he says. On April 14 and the 21, he and his wife Jacqui Shumway will host T' ... More >>

  • Film

    May 6, 2004

    City Unlimited

    If you're young and female, New York Minute is your movie.

  • Culture

    August 1, 2002


    Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.

  • Culture

    December 20, 2001

    Talkin' Tolkien

    Who has the right to write about the lord of the Ring's fictional tongues?

  • Culture

    May 16, 1996
  • News

    August 9, 1995