While First Lady Mary Louise Lee was touting culture yesterday, announcing the new Bringing Back the Arts program, Mayor Michael Hancock was urging visitors to the city to catch one of Denver's seven professional sports teams in a new recording of his welcome that plays on the Denver International A ... More >>
Big photos below.Even though Facebook is great for sharing oddball photos, many Denver TV personalities aren't interested in playing. Either they don't have a page, or they maintain one that's purposefully dull. But here are some sample shots from folks in the spotlight who aren't afraid to ... More >>
Like all modern TV stations, 9News is extremely dependent on up-to-date technology. What to do if it fails? That's what happened during the 10 p.m. newscast on Monday night, when the crew was forced to move from a 21st century broadcasting approach to one more akin to the early days of telev ... More >>
All aboard for Denver.You know you're back in Denver when you hear that bossy voice admonish you for "delaying the departure of this train" at DIA. It belongs to 9News' Adele Arakawa, who replaced original admonisher Reynelda Muse. Likewise, the cheery "hold on" now comes from Alan Roach rath ... More >>
To create a festive ski-resort atmosphere for the huge Snow Sport Industry Association Convention happening in Denver this week, downtowners are being asked to join these city celebrities on January 29, 2010, for Snow Wear Friday... More wintery fun below!
Jimmy Fallon dressed like a typical Boulder resident. Yes, I, too, assumed that Late Night with Jimmy Fallon would be a disaster. But it's actually pretty funny on occasions, as demonstrated by a bit from yesterday's show in which the former Saturday Night Live self-chuckler pretended to do eight p ... More >>
Speak up, John Hickenlooper!
Letters from the week of 4/3/2008
The local media wielded a purple crayon during the Rockies' unlikely run, leading to an excess of everything but restraint.
Top TV news stories often scrape bottom.
Why is the city giving 9News more than $500,000?
The Post moves staffers outside their comfort zones.
From the week of March 31, 2005
No parking zone
The media play catch-up on the state's largest-ever blaze.
Are gays fair game for jokes on Denver radio?
Despite advances in forecasting technology, predicting the weather is often a crapshoot.
How does the media get back to normal when no one can say what normal is?
From the week of December 7, 2000
There's a thing or two you don't know about Adele Arakawa.
The proliferation of polling is burying us in numbers. Do they mean anything?
No bang for the buck
Adele Arakawa, Channel 9
A look at who's up and who's down.
Denver's news babes discuss fashion, fanatics and fetishes.