Our Melanie Asmar has been reporting about efforts to attract more moviemakers to Colorado -- and one great selling point is to check out the classics that have been partly filmed here over the years. Below, count down our ten favorites, as culled from the flicks listed on the FilmInColorado.com we ... More >>
While the Afghan Whigs are probably not the first band people think of when they think of the '90s, album for album, the band consistently put out quality material. The outfit's soul-inflected rock, which could just as easily be called power pop even though it packed a lot more punch than some of th ... More >>
The Sleeper house, the Colorado home made famous by Woody Allen's 1973 film Sleeper, is among our state's most iconic buildings -- and, according to a recent Forbes list, one of America's ugliest mansions. The magazine claims "it's perfect...for aliens" -- but plenty of Coloradans love the place. ... More >>
"One of my favorite things to do is look at the line of the people going into the show. It's totally diverse. And even back in the day, in the early days, I didn't want to play just for punk rockers. I felt that we had something more to offer. Maybe we didn't have quite the global message that the C ... More >>
See Also: A 4/20 playlist from Westword's marijuana critic William Breathes Happy 4/20! Welcome to the end of another work week. As always, there are plenty of music options to consider this weekend -- and that's whether you're living the Mile High life or not. The second edition of the annual Levi ... More >>
Nick Apollo Forte, who'll perform in Denver for the first time in two decades on Sunday, April 22, at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret, is best known for playing the lounge singer Lou Canova in Woody Allen's Broadway Danny Rose. But Forte is much more than a singer: He started off as a drummer and has be ... More >>
"Clear Thinking," this week's cover story about Spring44 vodka and gin, outlined the rise of vodka, which went from a rarely-consumed liquor to the country's most popular spirit between the end of Prohibition and the mid-1970s. That was mostly thanks to marketing, including, in addition to br ... More >>
Woody Allen is back from his European vacation. Next, he directs Larry David in NYC and Puccini for L.A. Opera.
Okay, here's the deal: I'm cheap. And because I'm always on the prowl for new and/or bizarre brands of cereal to check out for my Milking It: Cereal Killers & Thrillers blog in Cafe Society, I frequent Big Lots!, where I recently made an unexpected discovery. The store, which specializes in disconti ... More >>
The amount of time 9News has to fill each weekday morning is enormous. First, the station must create two hours worth of programming for the 5 a.m.-7 a.m. time slot immediately preceding the Today show. Then, the outlet does it again from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on its sister station, Channel 20. How do s ... More >>
Its more of the same in Woody Allens latest film.
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Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy.
Woody Allen's Match Point can't return a serve.
A day in the life of angst-ridden New Yorkers reveals a promising young director.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)
A store clerk's tale is Lost amid a flurry of poor camera work.
It's his 45th movie in forty years, and you're not likely to remember it.
The Total Wanker
Denver's film fest looks forward and back.
Woody Allen leads a sparkling cast through '40s New York in The Curse of the Jade Scorpion.
In Crooks, Allen produces a lovable, relaxed—although not uproarious—comedy.
An increasingly bitter Woody Allen releases Sweet and Lowdown.