I had Paula Deen's back (for the most part) when she finally divulged that she had type II diabetes, but I'm afraid that butter-bump's latest scandal is indefensible. For those of you not in the butter zone (or on the earth), Deen dipped herself in a deep fryer during a deposition in a discriminat ... More >>
Yesterday, we recapped how Rachel Maddow had made Mike Coffman a national laughingstock over recent birther comments and his bizarre interview with 9News' Kyle Clark, when he said he stood by his statement that he misspoke and he apologized five times in a row. Now, plenty of Maddow's MSNBC colleagu ... More >>
A Flickr photoAs we noted yesterday, 9.12 Project Colorado chair Lu Busse attended the Glenn Beck Restore Honor rally in Washington, D.C. Saturday, sharing her take in a People's Press Collective post. But Busse offers up plenty of outtakes below, including her guess at the actual size of th ... More >>
By now you've heard that Michael Jackson died today at his home in California. Evidently, he had rented a place out in Belaire and was rehearsing for fifty sold out shows at O2 in London, the first four of which he had already reportedly postponed. Dubbed "This Is It," the shows were supposed to rev ... More >>
Much has been written about the Game's dysfunctional past. He grew up in a Santana Blocc Crip neighborhood in Compton, and his mother was affiliated with the Crips. After his sister accused his father of sexually molesting her, the family was split up, and Game spent time in foster homes. After he r ... More >>
Tha Carter III
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Talk-show hosts who tackle ethnic issues are often accused of racism. Should they be?
Talk show fallout.
Has the Don Imus controversy permanently altered the radio universe? Clear Channel yakkers huddled to talk about it.
Hmm. Would you rather live in Commerce City or KentuckyFriedCruelty.com?
Life of the Party
Not So Melo Fellows
February 19, 2004
The left, turning right, was plain wrong.
Radio waves: Clear Channel clears the air about independent promoters.
Libertarian candidates would rather not use stunts to get media attention -- but they will if they have to.
Look who's talking now.
Les Nubians explore the arts of song, sisterhood and cultural pride.
Denver's two public-television stations get together, technically speaking.