Last week, in a post by Sam Levin, Mayor Michael Hancock described as a distraction speculation that Denver police officer Celena Hollis's suspected murderer was a gang member.
That's the sort of assertion guaranteed to spur conversation. Here's the response of a reader left dizzy by Hancock's appr ... More >>
Our post about a Denver Police Department press conference apology for giving special treatment to Representative Laura Bradford following a traffic stop featured a DPD spokesman describing the act as symbolic of new police chief Robert White's commitment to transparency. One reader hopes it's true ... More >>
Our post about a bill to ban red-light cameras statewide found Senator Scott Renfroe, its sponsor, arguing that the devices were more focused on generating revenue that making intersections safer.
Here's a comment from a reader who concurs.
Hancock.A Comment of the Day from last week condemning the media for overcovering the Michael Hancock prostitution story spurred a strong opinion from another reader distressed by the press' approach to the sensational (and unproven) allegations.
Here's what he had to say.
Part of Linda Sormin's yet-to-be-titled installation.Clay is arguably the first medium ever invented by humans -- one of the oldest prehistoric artifacts ever found was a drinking vessel made of sun-dried clay -- and it'll soon be the star of the largest single-subject exhibition the Denver A ... More >>