Updated: October 22, 2014 1:38:00 PM MDT
 
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    Boulder filmmaker's travels lead her to project highlighting rhinos' plight

    Melinda MacInnis is recognized by National Geographic
    10/18/2014 06:30 PM MDT
    National Geographic's 2014 Traveler of the YearTo cast your vote for Melinda MacInnis, or someone else, visit on. 
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    Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' film gets some love from Telluride
    10/17/2014 02:58 PM MDT - Quentin Tarantino's proposed "The Hateful Eight" movie got more love Thursday as the San Miguel County Commissioners approved a special-use permit to let the filmmaker use the old Schmid Ranch, 10 miles west of Telluride. Full Story

    Bill Murray is a godsend in 'St. Vincent'
    10/16/2014 03:34 PM MDT - The veteran actor has his most adorable film role ever, playing a cranky and embittered old drunk who becomes a father figure to the little kid who moves in next door. Full Story

    Relive cult classic 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' at Boulder Theater
    10/17/2014 09:13 AM MDT - When Richard O'Brien wrote the script for what would become the first stage version of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" one dreary winter in London in the early 1970s, he did it simply to pay homage to the black-and-white monster movies and dynamic doo-wop tunes of his youth. He had no idea he had created what would become part of pop culture. Full Story

    Medical examiner: Joan Rivers died of low blood oxygen
    10/16/2014 02:04 PM MDT - NEW YORK (AP) — Joan Rivers died of brain damage from low blood oxygen during a medical procedure to check out voice changes and reflux, the medical examiner's office ruled Thursday. Full Story

    'Skiers vs. Snowboarders' event to feature CU students squaring off in Sumo suits
    10/15/2014 09:28 PM MDT - Since snowboaders joined skiers on the slopes decades ago, the sports have often fought a friendly rivalry. The "Skiers vs. Snowboarders" event at the Boulder Theater Thursday night will rekindle the cold-weather competition.  Full Story

    'The Judge' guilty of disorderly conduct
    10/10/2014 09:37 AM MDT - "The Judge" dawdles, lingers, takes sidebars and recesses — much like a celebrity trial in which TV cameras have been allowed into the courtroom. A bloated all-star melodrama with none of the lean, mean legalese of a John Grisham adaptation, it's a showboat's movie cast with a lot of actors each promised "a big, cool scene." Full Story

    'Gone Girl' strays into marital commentary
    10/03/2014 04:20 PM MDT - This film is David "Zodiac" Fincher's seriously twisted, twisty-turny adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel about a husband accused of killing his wife, first by the outrage engine known as cable news and then by the cops. But that's only ostensibly what it's about.  Full Story

    Film crew, Boulder fraternity members clash on University Hill
    10/02/2014 10:17 AM MDT - A independent movie producer working on a film called "Boulder Buddz" says Chi Psi fraternity members intentionally disrupted a scene shot in front of their University Hill house Wednesday. Full Story

    Who or what killed the TV rom-com? Romantic comedy needs help
    09/27/2014 04:54 PM MDT - If you agree that television reflects the culture, for better and worse, then the disappointing caliber of the romantic comedies bowing this season suggests a deep cultural dissatisfaction with — what? Romance? Love? Or just a tired TV format? Full Story

    UCLA at CUBuffs facing uphill battle against Bruins

    Colorado a long shot to upset No. 25 UCLA on homecoming at Folsom

    It's been a little more than a month since the Colorado football team tasted victory — a long, rotten, difficult month.

     
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    UCLA at CUBuffs facing uphill battle against Bruins

    Colorado a long shot to upset No. 25 UCLA on homecoming at Folsom

    It's been a little more than a month since the Colorado football team tasted victory — a long, rotten, difficult month.

     
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    Second Story Garage: Strange Americans

    It's refreshing when bands don't have to tie themselves in knots when describing their music. Strange Americans play rock 'n' roll. That's what they say and that's who they are, and that's what they did when they played the garage. Full Story