Could it be the beginning of the end for Justin Bieber? The diminutive Canuck heartthrob has spent the last year-plus making more idiotic headlines than hits -- and now, even Olympic gold medalist and self-confessed superfan Missy Franklin is distancing herself from him. Oh, how times have changed. ... More >>
Denver blog posts are feelin' it. Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein enjoys lauding Danilo Gallinari and (yes, it's true) Evan Fournier in recapping a rare Nuggets victory in Utah. The Cauldron's Jon Caldera on the Independence Institute's latest court victory. Denver Frank quotes Bob Costas quoting ... More >>
While homegrown Olympic heroine Missy Franklin won lotsa hardware in London, she may have landed her biggest prize last night, when she finally got to meet Justin Bieber, who killed her with a tweet last July. And even though he looks sorta stoned in their photo backstage at his sold-out Pepsi Cente ... More >>
Missy Franklin's races in the 2012 London Olympics are over, but her victory laps are only beginning. This morning, Franklin was a featured guest on the Today show, and as you'll see in the video below, she used her moment in the spotlight to give a shout-out to plenty of people in her lives, inclu ... More >>
Talk about the planets coming into alignment. Yesterday afternoon, during an appearance at the Fillmore Auditorium to pitch for Senator Michael Bennet, President Barack Obama warmed up the crowd by gabbing about medal-winning Olympians with Colorado connections, including snowboarding wizard Shaun ... More >>
Arguably the biggest name among the more than twenty people laid off by Clear Channel Denver yesterday was Rich Goins, aka The G-Man, a sports-oriented gabber who's been a member of the Rick Lewis-Michael Floorwax morning team on The Fox since 1990. Yet, in conversation, Goins displays zero bitterne ... More >>
Rick Reilly on his impending move to ESPN, being directed by George Clooney, and the joys of doing absolutely nothing.
The Greeks may have their hands full for the Olympics.
The steel wheels keep turning in the DMC turntable battles.
The wit and wisdom of John Tesh. Seriously.