It's that time again -- the Starz Denver Film Fest is here, bringing joy for the cinephile girls and boys. With almost 200 films in every genre, from all over the world, there's a lot to take in. To help navigate the schedule, we asked festival programmer Matt Campbell to steer us toward some of the ... More >>
Music is filled with surprises. For every good-looking rebel working diligently to bring sexy back, there's a bookish nerd sitting in a dim corner furiously scribbling esoteric poetry in a lyrics journal. Referencing literature is a surefire way to show the world that you're a sensitive soul with im ... More >>
The long-awaited autobiographical comedy Maron, has finally arrived on IFC, bringing all the anxiety, self-loathing and standup comedy wisdom of this podcasting pioneer into the homes of normal folks (i.e. non-comedy nerds), who were surely forced to watch its premiere by their sycophantic boyfriend ... More >>
Lawrence Dai will be watching Julie & Julia for the 365th time at 8 p.m. tonight at the Jones, as part of the Denver Center Theatre Company's quirky Off-Center series. In addition to the screening, there will be free beer and unelaborated-upon shenanigans involving onions; tickets are $10. Julie & ... More >>
Wednesday, November 30, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Thursday, July 9, Rhinoceropolis, 303-641-9809.
The Skeleton Key unlocks a house that's haunted by camp.
With Dixie in their zip code and rebellion in their blood, Drive By Truckers prove the rock will rise again.
Jucifer makes rock for the Ritalin kid in all of us.
The documentary Stone Reader opens a new chapter on an obscure novelist.
Caroline Herring comes into her own light as a solo artist.
How a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era.
By aiming for the lowest common denominator, Up in Smoke went over like gangbusters.
At 78, T-Model Ford is a restored bluesman.
John Hull and Jason Martin make an unlikely -- but wonderful -- match.
Meet the Velveteen Monster, a band that occupies an interesting stretch of Jux County.
The South rises again in the songs of Freakwater's Catherine Ann Irwin.
For David Byrne discovery Jim White, music wasn't his first career choice. Or his second. Or his third @
The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love of A3 preaches the American gospel in a rather foreign tongue.