"You all wasted our time," proclaimed community activist Alvertis Simmons at a public forum held July 27 by the Colorado Division of Civil Rights. "This was not a waste of your time," replied Rico Munn, the cool-headed director of the Department of Regulatory Affairs, which includes the Div ... More >>
The Colorado Civil Rights Commission took its show on the road last night, hosting an evening forum at the Blair-Caldwell Library. And if the conversation didn't seem to go exactly where Colorado Civil Rights Division director Steve Chavez wanted it to go -- after an active initial discussio ... More >>
Dave Logan has a lot of irons in the fire. And yesterday, two of them -- his position as football coach at Mullen High School and his gig as co-host of the KOA afternoon-drive show The Ride Home -- combined to burn him. In recent days, controversy has erupted over a basketball game between Mullen a ... More >>
It's that time again -- just like clockwork. Today in Backbeat Online: • The jukebox effect. • Former Break Mechanics MC, P.A.A.S., to step off the stage for good? • Whygee capitalizes on CMJ Chart placement. • Flier of the week: Laura Goldhamer at the Oriental Theater. Today in Cafe Socie ... More >>
Is building a jail as an extension of Denver's Civic Center really the right thing to do?
Now that Mix Master Mike is gone, can hip-hop rise again?
His word is born.
CRL knows how to buy friends and influence people.
Punk-rock guitarist turned Nation of Islam minister Jamal Muhammad is still angry--and not just in black and white.
Does Alvertis Simmons need to be so angry? He thinks so.
March madness comes to Denver.
A CITY AGENCY CALMS INDIAN SPIRITS AT DIA, BUYS T-SHIRTS FOR SENIORS AND BONES UP ON ITS FRENCH--ALL IN THE NAME OF "COMMUNITY RELATIONS."
A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH COORDINATOR WAS BUSTED FOR ALLEGEDLY DISTURBING THE PEACE.