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Please Like Me Is the Gay Comedy About Millennials and Mental Illness You Didn’t Know You Needed

11 months ago by Inkoo Kang
Twenty-year-old Josh's (Josh Thomas) world explodes twice in the Please Like Me pilot: first when he realizes he's gay, and again when his bipolar mother, Rose (Debra Lawrance), attempts suicide. Josh takes both revelations in stride, though he dreads having to explain to his mom, whom he'll be living with...
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Filming Straight Outta Compton Got a Lot More Real Than Anyone Intended

1 year ago by Ben Westhoff
Back in September, on the set of the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, cameras rolled in the parking lot of the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium as actors playing prudish protesters hoisted signs ("Crap Rap N.W.A") and ran over a pile of the group's records with a steamroller. A little later,...
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Summer Film Guide 2015: Arthouse? Multiplex? Kabooms? We Have You Covered in a Summer That Never Ends

1 year ago by Chris Klimek
In the decadent 21st century, the summer movie season now sprawls from March through December. (Star Wars: Episode VII is due to awaken the Force December 18; every prior Star Wars picture has come out Memorial Day weekend.) But I’ll stick to tradition and call Memorial Day the start of...
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What Google Thinks About Eighteen Celebrities With Colorado Ties

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
What does Google think about certain celebrities? As we noted this past summer, a quick way to find out is to type the word "is" and a famous name in the query box. Before you even hit enter, you'll typically be offered a list of the most popular searches for...
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Reader: Lewis & Floorwax Are the Reason I'm Happily Married

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
The outpouring of affection continues for Michael Floorwax, who has announced that he won't be returning to 103.5 The Fox, where he starred as a morning-drive host for more than 24 years, due to health issues. As proof, we offer the following essay, in which a superfan offers a highly...
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The Great American Beer Festival Week 2014 Calendar of Events

2 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
The Great American Beer Festival will welcome nearly 50,000 people to the Colorado Convention Center October 2 through October 4, along with an astounding 3,500 beers from 726 breweries, making it the biggest and best sudstravaganza in the world. Tickets sold out months ago (although you can find them online...
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Mouths and motors both run in Hit & Run

4 years ago by Nick Pinkerton
Hit & Run, a new action comedy engineered by faintly Muppety co-director/writer/star Dax Shepard, is as much about running mouths as running motors, and injects estrogen into the few remaining enclaves of American testosterone, muscle cars and FM cock rock. Shepard plays Charlie Bronson, a 35-year old in Nowheresville whose...
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The top ten geek events in Denver in October

3 years ago by Cory Casciato
Is there a more geek-friendly month than October? With Halloween anchoring things at the end, we get a full slate of horror goodies all month, and even the mundanes get in the spirit. Horror not your thing? It's still an excuse to dress up as your favorite robot, hobbit or...
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The ultimate calendar to the Great American Beer Festival 2013

3 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
The Great American Beer Festival is the biggest and best sudstravaganza in the world. This year, the sold-out fiesta will take place October 10-12 and feature 626 breweries pouring an astounding 3,159 beers. But GABF is just the start. Beginning on Monday, and continuing all week, breweries, bars, restaurants and...

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