• Fantz column: In a festive funk - 12/15/2014 08:47 PM MST
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  • Fantz column: In a festive funk - 12/15/2014 08:47 PM MST
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    Fantz in Your PantsFantz column: In a festive funk

    Holidays bring on that damn dirty depression
    12/15/2014 08:47 PM MST
    Dear Christy, While most of the world is overjoyed this time of year, I'm depressed. I know this happens during the holidays, but I just can't get out of this funk. Any words of wisdom? Or just tell me to shut up. -Blue Christmas  
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    Fritz column: Lather up, filthy animals
    12/14/2014 06:42 PM MST - I talk about washing The Five Key Areas often in this column and the questions've been rolling in. Most people can only guess four, and to those people I say, "Grossout. Full Story

    Fantz column: Dirty dancing
    12/08/2014 09:32 PM MST - Dear Christy, I had this sexy dance all planned out for my girlfriend to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push it," but have you seen that new Geico commercial? Now it is ruining my dance. Do you have any other sexy song suggestions for me? -Shaking my groove thang Full Story

    Marsh column: The body's abilities are more important than its shape
    12/08/2014 07:15 PM MST - Before I liked running, I liked swimming - which I credit for developing a healthy body image. I swam competitively in high school and college, and I was so shy that just being around people was physically painful.  Full Story

    Fantz column: Raging bulge and a bashful bartender
    12/01/2014 09:17 PM MST - Dear Doctor Fantz, I'm considering scrapping my Mexican boner pills and switching to something like Viagra. My question is, If I find myself with one of these mythical four-hour erections, should I call my doctor, or should I head down to the senior center and perform some sort of public service? - Concerned (Senior) Citizen  Full Story

    Fritz column: Setting your singlefriend free
    12/01/2014 06:53 PM MST - As you learned in the previous seven installments of my eight-part series, "Proper Care and Maintenance of Your Singlefriend," the first eight weeks after you adopt, purchase, or find a new singlefriend is an exciting time, filled with emotions such as: rage, unfettered joy, beer tears and poncho. Full Story

    Nixon column: Weird done right with these indie video games
    12/01/2014 06:57 PM MST - One of the best things about the recent surge in indie game development over the last few years is the opening it has provided for some really goddamned weird ideas to flourish. Full Story

    Fantz column: Insecure in skin
    12/01/2014 06:10 PM MST - Dear Christy, Hi. How are you? Cool. So anyway, I am a serial monogamist. Now I am single. It sounds like fun to play the field but I stink at flirting and I'm always afraid dudes are not going to like my body. I know this is silly. Do you have any tips on how to get over my lame insecurities? P.S. All of my exes thought I was rad nekkid, so I know this is in my head. -Cartman Full Story

    Marsh column: Adrenaline on an empty stomach - and a first date
    12/03/2014 03:41 PM MST - After my last breakup I spent a few months being Sad Single Drunk Girl before deciding it was time to try again. Full Story

    Fritz column: Sadsack singlefriend
    12/01/2014 06:53 PM MST - As you learned in the first six installments of my eight-part series, "Proper Care and Maintenance of Your Singlefriend," the first eight weeks after you adopt, purchase, or find a new singlefriend can be filled with many emotions. Full Story

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    College basketballCU basketball: Waiting game tests Buffs' redshirt players

    Josh Fortune, George King eager to contribute on court
    Imagine going to work every day alongside your co-workers but they're the only ones getting a paycheck at the end of the week. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    College basketballCU basketball: Waiting game tests Buffs' redshirt players

    Josh Fortune, George King eager to contribute on court
    Imagine going to work every day alongside your co-workers but they're the only ones getting a paycheck at the end of the week. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: The Dustbowl Revival

    They're called The Dustbowl Revival, but "dustbowl" should be read as style, not politics. It's more Mardi Gras than "Grapes of Wrath." You could see this band with all their belongings on the back of a wagon heading west, but it would be a party. Their Americana swing gets you tapping your toes and raising your glass. No one's down on their luck here. Full Story