Yesterday, when we shared our list of the ten most popular Denver natives on Internet Movie Database, we marveled at the surprises -- notables we didn't know hailed from here or hadn't heard of, period. Well, the ten most popular people born in Boulder as judged by IMDB are even more unexpected. Th ... More >>
Morton Subtonick (due Thursday, April 26 at ATLAS Institute as part of the annual Communikey Festival) is the pioneer of synthesizer music. Before he commissioned engineer Don Buchla to build a device that didn't yet have a name, the synthesizer did not exist. Electronic music existed but not to the ... More >>
Video below.Today's Boulder Daily Camera features an article in which University of Colorado ethnic studies professor Darryl Maeda calls a Fox Sports report about CU and Utah joining the Pac-12 conference "demeaning" to Asians. But the newspaper didn't really need to seek out an expert to mak ... More >>
Daedelus (due tonight at Cervantes'), is Los Angeles's Victorian gentleman. Since emerging in 2001, the prolific producer has built a solid reputation in the electronic world for crafting symphonic tracks swelling with samples -- and he's always nattily dressed.
Cheryl Shuman.KushConII, December 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center, has made news over its RTD bus ads, which have drawn protests from law-enforcement. But Cheryl Shuman, the event's international director of PR and media, would rather focus on the event itself, which she says takes me ... More >>
The college searches of six Cherry Creek High School students are getting national exposure thanks to "The Choice," a New York Times blog series starting today -- and it's a win-win situation. Why? Do the math.
Elizabeth Aguilera. Late last month, Gargi Chakrabarty, a business reporter who'd shifted to the Denver Post after the Rocky Mountain News shut down, announced that she was leaving the paper in order to move with her husband to the Boston area. However, Post editor Greg Moore said no replacement wo ... More >>
Roland Bernier is still astounding and innovative after half a century of art.
Could an RTD ad for Grand Theft Auto drive kids crazy?
For drunk CU students, SEMS volunteers lend a helping hand.
Different approaches to abstraction are highlighted in two strong solos.
Kronow proves its mettle with Forever Altered.
T.C. Boyle's literary output is boiling
Two years later, a digital-video short film became an overnight ad sensation
Political commercials outnumber political reports on local television.
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles.
At Camp Amache, a school project reopens an ugly chapter of Colorado history.
Gifted children are otherworldly, Linda Silverman says. The challenge is helping them thrive here on earth.
Judd Apatow's Freaks and Geeks grow up, more or less, and move to a dorm.
Roland Bernier spells success in a triumphant solo at the DAM's Close Range.
Seeking closure, Robert Wise finally finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture -- 22 years later
P.S.1's changing course leaves some people wondering what direction the charter school is taking.
Allís so-so in the off-the-mark hoop drama Love & Basketball.
Ex-Denver DJ Big Jon Platt on how to succeed in business by really, really trying.
Meet Bill McCartney's good buddy, golfing pal and spiritual partner: Pastor James Ryle.
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