Diet trends come and go, but in this past decade two have emerged that stand in stark contrast to each other, both philosophically and in what is consumed.
Consumer advocates and child advocacy groups have asked a federal appeals court to overturn a legal settlement that Facebook Inc.
In 2009, when snowboarder Kevin Pearce suffered a severe traumatic brain injury while training for the U.S. Olympic trials, it was apparent that it was going to take a miracle to restore any sense of normalcy to his life.
It's convenient to pick up some laundry detergent at the store, but it's not difficult to create your own.
My boys love to talk about the biggest bone in their body (the femur) and the largest muscle (the gluteus maximus).
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Despite its name, Thai Basil — a Mile High restaurant group named after a variety of the aromatic herb — doesn't limit its menu just to the dishes of the nation once known as Siam.
Good news for fans of Captain Earthman, the colorful vendor who works the stands at Coors Field: After a one-year hiatus, he will be back this season for Colorado Rockies home games in downtown Denver.
The buzz surrounding Saturday Night Alive 2014 isn't that it sold out, had great entertainment, fabulous décor or a delicious dinner.
A few weeks after the MTV Video Music Awards — where Miley Cyrus offended and twerked her way into the next six months of pop-culture conversation — the superstar singer took the writer of her Rolling Stone cover story skydiving.
Recently, while chatting with my sister about posting photos of our kids on sites like Facebook and Instagram, she told me that she'd heard that other people can sometimes divine the location where the photo was taken.
Humor site mcsweeneys.net has made a habit of attracting hilarious, imagined open letters like last month's "A Mommy Blogger's Lament.
It's so true: Some things in life you just can't put a price on. Until you have to. When it's up to you to liquidate your parents' treasure-filled home, you need to price the priceless.
PARIS — Upstaging a Louis Vuitton show is hard, but somehow Miuccia Prada managed it, thanks to Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto.
I'm all about seasonal cooking, but here in the doldrums of early March, I find that I can barely look at — let alone cook with — another bulky head of cabbage or knobby, virtuous root vegetables.
During the past 30 years, no winemaking area of France has transformed itself as much as Languedoc, the fertile crescent of vineyards stretching along a third of the country's western Mediterranean coastline.
Soup has a way of bringing people together. A group of Denver moms started swapping soups to give their kids' lunchboxes some variety, and found their meetings meant as much as the soups.
When it comes to books for children and young adults, Sue Lubeck is something of a literary Johnny Appleseed in the Mile High City.
The road to success can be filled with twists and turns. Or, in Joe Theismann's case, a career-ending injury.
Dear Neil: Valentine's Day just passed by. I didn't think it would bother me that I'm not in a relationship, but it did.
You're sniffling and sneezing again. You're feeling tired and headachy again.Perhaps it's not your third (or fourth or fifth) cold of the season, but an allergy.
Encryption and security specialists Silent Circle have teamed up with Geeksphone, a joint project between security-conscious developers, entrepreneurs and ex-special-forces operatives, to launch a new mobile phone that claims to give users control of their data and lets them "determine what data they want to reveal, rather than be forced."
Encyclopedic knitting books used to have the heavy-duty shelves in bookstores all to themselves. At first glance, "Crochet: The Complete Step-By-Step Guide," looks like either a totally inclusive tome on the craft espoused by "hookers" — or a great doorstop.
LAKEWOOD — In basements, bedrooms and home offices, in cluttered drawers and neat display cases, the things we collect are all around us.
Anyone who has ever been on a diet knows losing weight isn't rocket science — burn more calories than you consume, and your pants will loosen.
Start with a 3½-pound chicken. Trim excess fat and skin. Rub it all over with salt.
Kent Denver School's Rachel Robinson, whose family founded Robinson Dairy, can make a dress out of just about anything: Coca-Cola cans, Twizzlers, lollipops and those poufy sateen bows you put on a wrapped gift.
Dear Neil: For three years I have been involved with a lady online. We have talked about living together, and I am seeking to relocate in order to be with her.
Jena Questen is a veterinarian with an odd specialty — fish — in addition to her regular practice. In fact, she's known as Dr. Koi.
If you've read " The Great Gatsby," or seen any of the movies inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel, you know that when central character Jay Gatsby threw a party at his mansion in