I'm going to assume you are familiar with Aspen's reputation as an alpine playground for the peripatetic bourgeoisie. I am less interested in debating the validity of this stereotype than providing a solution that will enrich the city and myself.
How does one even begin to diagnose the downfall of Chuck Baker? Let's begin with the easy answer: Arbitron ratings, which track how many people are listening to a radio program at any given point in time, tend not to lie.
If the feature film is the novel of cinema, then experimental film is undoubtedly its poetry. This weekend, Colorado Springs will be treated to a festival of some of the great vintage and contemporary cinematic poetry that the world has to offer.
What a sheer pleasure to live in the city of New York on a day such as last Saturday, when the police officers watching the crush of war protesters going down Broadway decided that they knew how strong they could be if something happens, so they didn't have to be ominous.
If there was a consensus to be found at Colorado College's Shove Chapel Tuesday night, it was only, as the college's president Dick Celeste implored, "The importance of maintaining our country's tradition of dissent and rigorous debate."
Mothers are always averting their children's eyes from frightful things. How many times have I snatched the remote control from my children's hands and turned the channel, just before a violent clash was broadcast?
We all know there's no such thing as a free lunch, but is there an affordable one? Downtown workers and wanderers in the Springs can easily drop $10 to $15 for a fine lunchtime repast, but can one eat well for around $6? With that as a cut-off, we went in quest of cheap eats in downtown Colorado Springs.
This movie is a parent's nightmare. The one where you wake up in a cold sweat dreaming that strangers have raced by in an automobile, snatched up your children and taken them far away, never to be seen again.
Less than three business days after the Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra was officially buried, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic rose from the ashes in hopes that the long tradition of orchestral music in Colorado Springs will survive.
Picasso at the Lapin Agile, currently playing at the Lon Chaney Theater, is a terrific romp. It has philosophers, physicists, sexy dames, painters, singers, grumpy old men, time travel, meditations on painting, meditations on sex, meditations on the prostate and plenty of good sport.