Comedy Central's The Jeselnik Offensive ran its fourth episode Tuesday, characteristically taking on the politically sensitive news of the day with an irreverent send-up of Adam Strange, a recent victim of a shark attack in New Zealand. "Was he killed? You bet your sweet ass he was," Jeselnik laughe ... More >>
As the Broncos and the Ravens gear up to face off this Saturday, trying to extend their seasons at least one more game, one illustrious player faces what is possibly the final game of his career. After this season's playoffs, Ray Lewis says he'll put down the pads for good. He'll never play another ... More >>
DU HillelThe hate-mongering members of the Westboro Baptist Church plan three stops in the Denver area tomorrow, including at the University of Denver Hillel. So how will staffers and members fight back? By not even acknowledging the WBC's protest -- and via a diversity rally whose details a ... More >>
Few people can say that they have been to hell and back. Fewer still can say that they have emerged far better than when they started. Frank Meeink is one of those people. At fourteen, Meeink became a skinhead. By sixteen, he was a leader of a skinhead gang. At eighteen, he was imprisoned fo ... More >>
I'm pretty sure the folks at the WBC would not appreciate the craftsmanship of my kippah.Each week we spotlight one massive shmuck. This week: the Westboro Baptist Church. The hate-spewing goofballs from Westboro Baptist Church, long known for their enthusiastic protestation of all things ga ... More >>
A sign about cleaning up that some people see as thoroughly unclean (image from Channel 4's coverage).Last night, Channel 4 featured a report about a stretch of Highway 85 adopted by Denver's branch of the National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group -- not the kind of publicity calculated t ... More >>
Memory, honor and education fuel the Holocaust Remembrance Program.
Talk show fallout.
Lawsuits against Rocky Flats, like plutonium, last forever.
From the week of December 16, 2004
Denver's Christmas display could use a new coat of hay.
A sorry collection
Saints and Sinners
Is your city properly accessorized for the holidays? Ask the ADL fashion police.
From the week of August 01, 2002
From the week of July 25, 2002
Inside the Rocky Mountain Heritage Fest, Colorado's first neo-Nazi music festival.
Several high-profile columnists leave the media scene in very different ways.
A class-action suit becomes a vehicle for racial justice.
Her great-grandparents died in the Holocaust. But Sara Salzman knows that anti-Semitism lives on -- on the Web.
Conspiracy mania comes to Columbine.
It's a time of reckoning for the theater department at the Denver School of the Arts.
Do newspapers and the Anti-Defamation League have anything in common?
Vitamin crusaders burned out of a right-wing radio station find the official version of events tough to swallow.
The ugly Quigley-Aronson dispute keeps getting uglier.
For a century this inner-city church has served as a refuge. But its most important mission has always been outside the walls.
The names of the patriots have changed, but not their tune.
A gruesome triple murder puts a Boulder publisher and its how-to-kill book in the crosshairs.
HOW AN EAGER DA TRANSFORMED A NEIGHBORHOOD SPAT INTO A HEADLINE-GRABBING HATE CRIME.THE HATING GAME WHEN THE ARONSONS TALKED, THE JEFFCO DA LISTENED. BIG MISTAKE.
AMBASSADOR HUNT LEARNS THE LESSONS OF ANTI-SEMANTICS.
CHARGES OF ANTI-SEMITISM IN EVERGREEN GET BURIED BY DIRTY LAUNDRY.
A GAG ORDER LEAVES TROUBLING QUESTIONS ABOUT THE QUIGLEY-ARONSON FEUD.
COULD BE THE NEXT LEADER OF THE COLORADO KKK.ALL-AMERICAN GIRL SUGAR AND SPICE AND NOTHING VERY NICE--HERE'S THE KKK'S NEW LOOK.
THE FURY FLIES AS INDIAN ACTIVISTS TAKE AIM AT EACH OTHER.