Lila Thulin recently graduated from Stanford University, where she earned a Human Biology degree with a minor in Creative Writing (she also learned to bike no-handed). She’s an aficionado of libraries, bagels and art in all forms; she covers the latter as a Westword intern.
3 days ago | Design
“The Moth is a battle of narcissists,” says Morley McBride, standing at the front of a stage at Swallow Hill Music as it fills with a crowd eager to hear the stories of strangers. It’s the third Friday of July, which means McBride, a blonde in a b...
4 days ago | Arts and Culture
David and Carrie Wintersteen dove into the stuff of parental nightmares when commissioning the play they'll perform this weekend at Boulder's Fringe Festival. Carrie Wintersteen describes Our Boy, the two person play the Fargo, North Dakota-based ...
4 days ago | Commentary
Two years from the day I belted out Taylor Swift songs at a concert where the singer sashayed across the stage of the 56,000-seat Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, she won a countersuit for sexual assault. It was August 14, 2017. I was in the courtro...
7 days ago | Crime
After a lengthy trial, a jury of eight determined former Denver DJ David "Jackson" Mueller had assaulted and battered singer Taylor Swift.
8 days ago | Feminism
The Taylor Swift trial will come to a close Monday, when a jury of six women and two men will rule on the remaining claims (Judge William Martinez removed liability from the singer herself in Mueller's lawsuit late Friday afternoon). Here's a quic...
9 days ago | Activism
The Denver improv scene is "more diverse than Portland, not as diverse as Queens," explains Nick Trotter, Voodoo's Director of Education. This is a low bar.