• Boulder at Night: Lapping up the light - 05/28/2015 08:46 PM MDT
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    ArtDenver Art Museum's sci-fi fantasy in clay

    05/28/2015 11:00 AM MDT
    There isn't a lot of room for science fiction in a serious art museum. Sci-fi's flights of fancy — its aliens and time travel, that strange romance of interstellar cataclysm — can seem woefully shallow in a place that aims to connect people deeply, soulfully to the human experience. 
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    Words From a Nerd: Fans triumph at Denver Comic Con
    05/26/2015 08:47 PM MDT - Nerds descended on Colorado last weekend, arriving in droves and dressed to the nines as characters from each and every far-off corner of the pop-culture universe for the Denver Comic Con. Full Story

    Denver Comic Con creates haven for nerds of all ages
    05/24/2015 10:55 AM MDT - A friend of Jordan Lehr's gave him free tickets to this year's Denver Comic Con. Lehr, attending his first such convention, found a welcoming atmosphere Saturday, the official kickoff of the event.  Full Story

    Denver Comic Con brings creators, fans together
    05/24/2015 05:45 PM MDT - Amid the thousands of costumed heroes who filled the Denver Comic Con at the Colorado Convention Center lies "Artists Valley" where fans can meet the creators of their favorite stories. Full Story

    Boulder at Night: Bolder beer-filled Boulder
    05/21/2015 08:30 PM MDT - So much for altitude training. I've spent my entire post-21 life drinking all across Colorado. Touring breweries, bar-hopping, tackling friends in Round 5 of Beer Pong in my kitchen. And I'd like to think I know how to handle my booze. Ish.  Full Story

    Denver Comic Con's epic growth: Missteps, but also nonprofit goals
    05/23/2015 10:49 PM MDT - When students from the 2015 class of Columbine High School leave their graduation ceremony at the Colorado Convention Center on Saturday, they'll be plunged into a sea of superheroes, aliens and wizards. Full Story

    Boulder Creek Festival offers salute to fallen soldiers, teen events
    05/22/2015 12:01 PM MDT - Air Force veteran Tony Gavin will be planting 110 American flags in the ground this weekend at Boulder's annual Memorial Day weekend event — 68 in memory of Coloradans killed in the Iraq war, 40 for those killed in Afghanistan, one to symbolize all who died in other wars and one in honor of fallen service dogs. Gavin's Boots 66, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the memory of Coloradans lost in the Iraq and Afghanistan war, will be one of the 450 booths at the festival. Full Story

    Anthony Jeselnik to headline High Plains Comedy Festival, first lineup announced
    05/19/2015 10:13 AM MDT - The fourth annual High Plains Comedy Festival will feature a bigger headliner, larger headlining venue and plenty of local and national stand-ups. Full Story

    Bolder Boulder adding visual arts this year
    05/17/2015 11:37 AM MDT - Entertainment is in the 10K's blood, especially the music. But this year, for the first time, visual art will be featured as part of the May 25 race, and organizers have opened the event to other forms of art, a move that comes through a partnership with the Boulder County Arts Alliance. Full Story

    Boulder at Night: Hermit crabs and craft beer
    05/14/2015 08:46 PM MDT - This week, I come to you a failure of a beer drinker. My friend and I - in preparing to leave each other for opposite coastlines - took to clearance racks and discount piles in search of new swimsuits. Full Story

    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Lappe believes proposed rules would change game for better

    Coach favors four 10-minute quarters, revised team foul format
    Like many coaches, Colorado's Linda Lappe loves the game of women's basketball. And, like many coaches, Lappe believes the game can get better. Full Story
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Lappe believes proposed rules would change game for better

    Coach favors four 10-minute quarters, revised team foul format
    Like many coaches, Colorado's Linda Lappe loves the game of women's basketball. And, like many coaches, Lappe believes the game can get better. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

    The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story