If you ever had any doubts about whether the Mile High City can be a little odd at times, they'll be dispelled by a visit to the Denver Is Strange tumblr. The address collects weird and wacky images from throughout the history of the city, many of them culled from the invaluable Denver Public Librar ... More >>
Remember the print edition of the Weekly World News, the supermarket tabloid that specialized in stories about rock music curing a deaf girl, JFK and Hitler still being alive and Hillary Clinton adopting an alien baby? Well, we found an amazing archive of its "reporting" from the Reagan era into the ... More >>
As we reported yesterday, legendary Denver concert promoter Barry Fey has died. Ever since the news broke, those who encountered Fey over the years have been sharing stories and anecdotes about the two Barrys -- the hard-as-nails asskicker and the cuddly pussycat. The take below, from former Rocky ... More >>
With Free Comic Book Day going down this Saturday, and it's clear comic book retailers and publishers want to put out some of their best this week in preparation for the inevitable high traffic that'll be going down at retailers across the nation today. Case in point, three of our five picks ... More >>
Colorado stories are out of this world!
In 1994, Westword published its eleventh Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from Best Italian Restaurant (the brand-new Carmine’s on Penn) to Best Makeover (the renovated Herb’s Hideout) to Best New Arts Venue (the Bug, on Navajo Street) to Best News for Blue ... More >>
There have been plenty of ugly developments in the newspaper industry of late: buyouts, layoffs, Rupert Murdoch's likely purchase of the Wall Street Journal, and so on. But few have been as flat-out tragic as word that the Weekly World News, a tabloid that made news by making up the news, will soon ... More >>
Bat Boy: The Musical
Bat Boy: The Musical is ready for takeoff.
Bat Boy: The Musical flaps into town.
Deck the halls...
Now it can't be told: Without an indictment, what will the tabloids do?