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 >>
The Kirkland Museum is an embarassment of riches that just got better with two new exhibits.
A new play takes a look at the loo.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
The Arvada Center offers an uneven salute to some of the state's best craft wizards.
The Arvada Center gets crafty.
With his Colorado Flyers, coach Tony Wells makes tracks.
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
August 12 - 18, 1999
The rush to protect battered women has turned domestic violence into "the social issue of the nineties"-- and raised issues of fairness for both perpetrators and victims.
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION FIGURES! A CAST OF THOUSANDS IN PARK HILL.