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Oliver Stone's Snowden Is a Somber, Conventional Study of Bringing Secrets to Light

12 days ago by Bilge Ebiri
Set aside your visions of histrionic, paranoid fireworks. Oliver Stone’s whistleblower biopic Snowden finds the director in an unusually somber and controlled mood, perhaps because of the introverted, awkward nature of Edward Snowden himself. The former CIA employee and National Security Agency contractor, who in 2013 exposed the U.S. government’s...
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Senator Laura Woods on Facebook Threat to Kill Her Family

5 days ago by Michael Roberts
“You’re such a hateful tramp Laura! Since your a Republican and love guns so much, than maybe we should shoot you and that ugly ass family of yours straight in the face.” This line is among the warnings allegedly sent to State Senator Laura Woods by 21-year-old Dylan Hopkins —...
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Ryan Moss's Death and the Dangers of Extreme Hiking When Drunk or Stoned

2 months ago by Michael Roberts
On June 14, authorities at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park recovered the body of 23-year-old University of Colorado-Colorado Springs student Ryan Wood Moss, a nature lover originally from North Carolina who'd been reported missing three days earlier. Moss's family believes he died on June 9 after falling...
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Split Decision: No Champ Emerges From Boxing Biopic Hands of Stone

1 month ago by Vadim Rizov
Robert De Niro — the Raging Bull himself, now aged from boxer to trainer — is introduced in Hands of Stone bathed in Madison Square Garden’s overhead spotlights, more the image of a reigning champ than the promising fighter whose American debut his character Ray Arcel has come to see...
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Long Before (and Probably Long After) Pokemon Go, There Was the Pokefreak

2 months ago by Dara Miles
Twenty years after Pokémon took the world by storm, the cute pocket monsters are back in the spotlight with Pokémon Go, an enhanced reality game for smart phones. This apparent resurrection of a '90s fad comes as a sly surprise to many — it’s been a long, long time since...
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Kool-Aid Pickles: The Next Big Soul-Food Trend?

2 days ago by Mark Antonation
Adrian Miller knows his soul food and barbecue. He's an accredited barbecue judge and author of Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time, so he doesn't just eat soul food, he studies its history, travels the country talking to professional and home cooks, and...
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Did Police Actions Reported by Broncos' Brandon Marshall Actually Happen?

2 days ago by Michael Roberts
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall has gotten plenty of attention in these parts and nationally for taking a knee during the playing of the National Anthem to highlight racial inequality, social injustice and fatal police shootings — a move taken in solidarity with his former University of Nevada teammate, San...
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Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less (Eight Free), September 23-25

3 days ago by Alex Brown
Fall is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy our town. Without blistering sun or frigid cold, it's a pleasure to explore the pumpkin patch, celebrate our parks and eat from a food truck. Here are our ten favorite events this weekend, none of which will set you back...
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Widow of John Sherwood, Skier Who Died at Breck, Sues Teen Over Fatal Collision

3 days ago by Michael Roberts
In recent days, we told you about a surprising ski-resort death: Hansi Brenninger, an expert skier who worked as an instructor at Aspen Mountain, was killed during a visit with his son to a ski area in Park City, Utah. Today brings another story that's as unusual as it is tragic...
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First Look: The Denver Central Market Set to Unveil This Sunday

3 days ago by Mark Antonation
Developer Ken Wolfe has lived in the RiNo neighborhood for years — long before the area was given that monicker by the River North Art District. As condos and apartments sprang up and hip restaurants and galleries moved in, Wolfe realized that the neighborhood was missing the kind of community-oriented...

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