Gabe Fine is a fifth-generation Colorado native and a student at Colorado College. He’s written about everything from the environment to housing justice to the postal service as an editorial intern for Westword.
21 hours ago | Sports
Ditch your darts and grab an axe next time you're enjoying a beer: The growing trend of axe-throwing has made its way down from the back yards of Canada to two Denver venues.
6 days ago | Activism
Tay Anderson is 19 years old, and is the youngest person to ever run for a Denver School Board position. But five years ago, things looked very different.
7 days ago | Marijuana
On July 20, the Senate Appropriations Committee included the Industrial Hemp Water Rights Act in their appropriation package's language. The bipartisan bill was introduced by Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner.
9 days ago | Activism
The Globeville, Elyria-Swansea Coalition Organizing for Health and Housing Justice released a comprehensive survey that finds that residents of GES are in the early stages of experiencing mass displacement as a result of the influx of development ...
13 days ago | Activism
Name.com, a domain/host registrar that got its start in Denver in 2003 and today serves clients around the globe, on July 12 joined hundreds of Internet companies in a Day of Action protest of the Federal Communication Commission's proposed rollba...
15 days ago | Activism
After 46 years, Escuela Tlatelolco, an alternative school founded by Chicano activist Rudolfo "Corky" Gonzalez, is closing in the face of financial difficulties; it's building is on the block for $4 million