Search filters possibly?

Search Results for "David Hickey"


Only One Colorado Band Made SXSW's Initial Lineup

2 years ago by Kyle Harris
When it comes to Denver bands – and this city has many great ones – they struggle to be recognized outside the confines of this square state. Just look to the South by Southwest Music Festival's initial lineup for proof.

AMC’s The Terror Is a TV Horror Masterpiece

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
This Terror, developed by David Kajganich and certainly the best of AMC’s prestige-TV horror series, is always suspenseful, superbly acted, shrewdly paced and committed to the summoning up what the experience of Arctic isolation might actually have been like

Five Stunning Ways to Celebrate Art in Denver This Week

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
Whether you choose to live vicariously at a talk through the experiences of two Colorado artists fresh back from the Venice Biennale, head to Boulder for a slate of summer shows at BMoCA or just sniff around to see what’s new in Denver, there’s no shortage of experiences to be had this week, June 7-9, in the local art world.

How to Convict a Fourteen-Year-Old of a Murder He Didn't Commit

4 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Lisa Polansky first saw the infamous “confession video” in fragments — a fifteen-minute segment on one old VHS tape, twenty minutes on another. The kid is in a small interview room with his mother and two Denver homicide detectives. Then the mother vanishes and there are three detectives. Even with...

West of Center is more a cultural documentary than an art show

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
The art of the West's introduction to the world came in the 1970s, when paintings and photos from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries suddenly became highly sought after in the marketplace. By now, this kind of emblematic Western work — stunning landscapes, charming scenes of cowboys and Indians...

The Affordable Care Act was nearly dead on arrival

6 years ago by Chris Parker
It was the winter of our discontent, 2009. A season of bank failures, massive layoffs and $5-a-gallon gasoline. Finally, a fractured country could at least agree on one thing: This had to change. So President Barack Obama set out to deactivate the next bomb awaiting the U.S. economy, the one...

Community Returns -- and Feels Like Community Again

7 years ago by Chris Packham
Community returns for season 5 on January 2 with a two-episode block that plants its feet on the study room table and regrounds the characters after a fourth season of viewer discontent and lost purpose. It's impossible to discuss the season opener without talking about the show's creator. The sweet,...

Photos: Top 25 mug shots of August 2012

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Better late than never. Our roundup of this past month's most memorable mug shots includes two Denver Broncos, a CEO, a high school grad turned media star and all manner of people accused or convicted of crimes ranging from the strange to the heinous. Check out the entire collection below,...

Motorhead, Black Crowes, Butthole Surfers shows announced

11 years ago by Jon Solomon
When Motorhead rocked the Fillmore Auditorium last September, Lemmy and crew had the Misfits in tow. When the band hits the venue again on Saturday, September 26 the metal legends will co-headline with Reverend Horton Heat, and Nashville Pussy gets things warmed up. The Black Crowes also return the Fillmore...

The Show Must Go On

19 years ago by Michael Paglia
Like that of the academic world, national television and professional football, the art world's season starts in the fall. Although a few pre-season openers were unveiled in Denver over Labor Day weekend, most of the 2001-2002 entries were set to open a week or two later. I don't need to...

We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.


Join the Westword community and help support independent local journalism in Denver.


Join the Westword community and help support independent local journalism in Denver.