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Toronto Film Festival: Laura Dern and Michelle Williams Warm Certain Women's Chilly North

12 days ago by April Wolfe
Our critic April Wolfe is filing updates all week from the Toronto International Film Festival. When a quiet film is set outside of the big cities — New York, L.A., Chicago — it’s often called a “slice of life.” But that’s ultimately a condescending designation; to the millions of people...

Review: The Glass Menagerie Is Shiny But Shallow at the Denver Center

4 days ago by Juliet Wittman
The room, with its floor of lighted squares, seems small and isolated in darkness. It’s edged by the black metal railings of the fire escape. This is St. Louis, where author Tennessee Williams grew up, during the impoverished years of the 1930s, and The Glass Menagerie is autobiographical, a memory...

Beer Calendar: Your Cup of Fresh-Hop Beers and Oktoberfests Runneth Over

11 days ago by Jonathan Shikes
Beer recalls are never fun — for the brewery or the beer drinker — particularly when it's a brewery's best-selling beer. But earlier this week, Left Hand Brewing in Longmont had to issue a recall for certain batches of Milk Stout Nitro because of a yeast strain that was changing...

Beer Calendar: Tappings at TRVE, Dry Dock, Wit's End, Cerebral, Grandma's

25 days ago by Jonathan Shikes
While breweries might argue over whether bottles or cans are better for packaging beer, two of the companies that make rival packaging equipment are joining forces. Meheen Manufacturing, a well-respected, two-decade-old Washington-based maker of craft-beer bottling lines, and Wild Goose Canning, the Boulder canning-line upstart, have merged into one business...

Hank Williams Will Never Get Out of I Saw the Light Alive

6 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Have you ever considered the fact that, in 1951, Hank Williams actually wrote "Hey Good Lookin'"? That, for the first 175 years years of American history, those words and that melody weren't already part of our shared heritage? Williams didn't just pluck it out of the air, of course. Cole...

Beer Calendar: Tappings and Parties at Grist, Halfpenny, Black Sky, Comrade Breweries

1 month ago by Jonathan Shikes
For longtime Coloradans, late summer means the beginning of the harvest bounty — in particular Western Slope peaches, Olathe corn, Pueblo chile peppers and Rocky Ford cantaloupe. While you can get these gifts of the earth from anywhere, our local versions are particular sweet and delicious. Rocky Ford's cantaloupe growers,...

Last Chance to Catch White Guy on the Bus; Three More Shows Roll On

3 months ago by Juliet Wittman
This holiday weekend, why not go to camp? Greetings from Camp Katabasis, the brilliantly funny new show from Buntport Theater Company, has a special Memorial Day performance. But there are other shows to remember around town, keep reading for mini-reviews of three favorites. Greetings from Camp Katabasis. In Greetings from Camp...

La Loma Postpones Its Move Downtown Until End of June

4 months ago by Patricia Calhoun
If you haven't headed to Jefferson Park for your last supper at La Loma, you have another reprieve. Since 1981, the massive Mexican restaurant has been perched at 2527 West 26th Avenue — just down the hill from the little bungalow where Savina Mendoza opened her original spot in 1973...

Review: The Spitfire Grill Is a Slight, Sweet Snack

1 year ago by Juliet Wittman
The plot of The Spitfire Grill, a small-scale musical now at the Vintage Theatre, is in the tradition of those ubiquitous American dramas in which a stranger comes into a small town that’s stuck in time — tradition-bound or dying — and shakes everything up. It’s a story we’ve seen...


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