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Wednesday, February 17,2010

Aziz Ansari: Probably not bored

Comedian brings his act to Denver's Comedy Works this weekend

By Ryan Casey
Aziz Ansari, who turns 27 next week, will bring his stand-up act to Denver’s Comedy Works on Feb. 19 and Feb. 20. “I’m excited to come back to Comedy Works,” he says. “This set I’m doing is a new hour I’m working on to tour with later this year. It will pretty much all be material that’s not on the special and I may do one or two things if people want to hear them.” Jokingly, he adds, “I’ve also worked out a deal with Kawasaki and everyone that comes to these shows will get a free dirt bike.”
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Tuesday, February 16,2010

Casting for Discovery Channel's 'Colony' comes to Denver

By Ryan Casey
Casting for the Discovery Channel’s The Colony will come to Denver this Saturday. An open audition will run from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall.
Monday, January 18,2010

A tweet look at the literary classics

By Ryan Casey
"Twitterature," a 208-page work of two University of Chicago freshmen, looks at more than 80 classics of literature through the eye of the Twitter. And it rocks.
Thursday, December 17,2009

One man's rocky journey chasing down a dream

By Ryan Casey
He removes his cap; fingers brush past his left ear and instinctively find the scar at the base of his skull. It’s much smaller now, about the size of a half-dollar coin, and much more manageable. There are other scars: two incisions along the base of his neck, and one right below his larynx — “almost like a tracheotomy,” he shrugs. The latter serves as a reminder of the day surgeons removed samples of his lymph nodes from his chest, found them to be massively swollen and black as coal, and concluded that Mike Newton’s cancer had spread.
Thursday, December 10,2009

Membership gifts offer chance to share

By Ryan Casey
Everybody’s doing it. You can too — or give someone else the chance to. Memberships are popular gifts during the holidays, if only because they offer a chance to give camaraderie, or an opportunity to experience off-the-beat monthly activity.
Thursday, December 10,2009

Your resource to the top sporting events

By Ryan Casey
You can get a friend or a loved one tickets to a game, or you can get them tickets to the game. But there’s an art to picking the right game to give. Here’s a head start.
Thursday, December 3,2009

Local company picks up ski equipment, delivers after tuning

By Ryan Casey
Of all the things in all the places on our massive planet, Brad Wolfe’s inspiration for his Boulder-based ski-tune company came from pizza delivery in South America.
Thursday, December 3,2009

Tech -- and green!

By Ryan Casey
Here’s the dilemma when it comes to electronics: they rock — sometimes, quite literally — but they often leave a large carbon footprint. Whether they suck power (ahem, Mr. Xbox 360 hooked up to a 60-inch television, I’m talking to you), or are simply made of products that are harmful to the environment, there can be a guilt factor associated with those tech toys you own.
Tuesday, December 1,2009

PureEnergy offers eco-friendly batteries

By Ryan Casey
Boulder-based PureEnergy Solutions has supercharged the environmentally-friendliness of rechargeable batteries. Already better for the environment because rechargeable batteries can be used a hundred times over in lieu of being disposed of to pile up in landfills, the company’s batteries use their patented Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese technology.
Tuesday, November 24,2009

Try your hand at a number of winter sports from Boulder Outdoor Center

By Ryan Casey
Eric Bader’s phone starts to ring more around this time of the year, seemingly linked to each inch of snow that sticks on the ground. Late October’s 20-inch pounding over two days around Boulder County was no different. Boulder Outdoor Center, which is in its 29th year of booking outdoor adventure trips according to season, saw a spike in its reservations for snow-based trips and classes.
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