One of the goals of art is to get people talking, and Matt Scobey's Not for Sale: Denver project has certainly accomplished that goal. Scobey has been putting art in unexpected places around town, offering clues to the locations on the web. Those who find the works can appreciate them on-sit ... More >>
The Arizona based Center for Biological Diversity has fought numerous battles over the years, opposing everything from expansions of ski areas to oil-drilling ventures, but last week it lost its battle against the White-Nose Syndrome, which sounds like some relic of the Studio 54 days, but is ... More >>
While Facebook pages and Twitter handles have become a staple on most restaurants' business cards, Boulder-based Modmarket wants to stand out. Sure, it will continue to use Facebook and Twitter accounts, but they'd be seamlessly integrated into the official website. "The idea is that we'd l ... More >>
Friday, July 1, Rhinoceropolis, 303-641-9809.
Arctic Monkeys probably don't miss MySpace as much as we do.When Arctic Monkeys announced it would be hitting the road in May and releasing its fourth album, Suck It And See, in June, I immediately started thinking about MySpace, or the awesome site that once was. While its predominant functi ... More >>
Carol Boigon.Denver mayoral candidate Carol Boigon sent out a press release yesterday afternoon that included an announcement that her campaign had launched a new website at www.boigonmeansbusiness.com. But when folks plugged the address into their internet browser, they were instead redire ... More >>
Meg and Jack White officially called it quits today via announcement on their web site. On balance, we'd describe this as not a huge development, considering they haven't released any new material in three and a half years and they're nearly ten years on the downhill side of their creative pe ... More >>
The Children's HospitalLouis Hampers.In April, Denver Judge Herbert Galchinsky granted 9News reporter Deborah Sherman a permanent restraining order against Dr. Louis Hampers, the head of emergency medicine at The Children's Hospital in Aurora and the subject of this week's feature story, "Whe ... More >>
A Flickr photo. USED, Denver's underground syringe exchange program (and the subject of the Westword feature "Why Doesn't Colorado Get the Point of Needle Exchange Programs?"), has gone digital with a new website: www.used303.org. The website features information on how to exchange needles, links ... More >>
A Flickr photoBill Ritter. As of this writing, shockingly enough, no one's uploaded a video to YouTube of angry grocery workers confronting Governor Bill Ritter at a bill-signing ceremony yesterday -- but expect it to pop up soon enough, adding one more smudge to the good-guy image that helped get ... More >>
A Flickr Photo This is a message to all the Chosen: Remember when you were thirteen and you wore your hand-me-down,powder-blue, three-piece suit to celebrate becoming a man? When Aunt Esther pinched your cheek so hard it made your soul hurt? Obviously, your mother was taking pictures of all of this ... More >>
The grape geeks at Murphy Goode Winery are offering one fellow wine nerd "A Really Goode Job." Specifically, the winery is searching for a "Wine Country Lifestyle Correspondent who will report on the cool lifestyle of Sonoma County Wine Country, and, of course, tell people what you're learning about ... More >>
Not too long ago, the oil and gas industry was among the only business categories flourishing in Colorado. Even as the economy was getting softer and softer along the I-25 corridor, Western Slope communities like Grand Junction were booming. But thanks to falling fuel costs (among the rare blessings ... More >>
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Wednesday, February 28, Nissi's, 303-665-2757.
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