Denver blog posts make the difference. Mile High Report's John Bena on Peyton Manning's insistence that he's running the Denver offense, not his own. Coyote Gulch: The snowpack is all but gone across Colorado weeks ahead of schedule. If Mayor Hancock is going to grind his ax, Brad Jones will, too ... More >>
Fun With Vengeance
Brad Jones.Face the State, a conservative-skewing news outlet that Westword named 2009's Best Political Blog, is no more. While the site's still online, founder Brad Jones confirms FTS has reached "the end of the road, and I will be moving on to other opportunities." What sealed its fate? Fi ... More >>
Mark Udall.Three Denver blog posts hot off the cyber-press. 5280's Michael de Yoanna notes that John McCain likes Mark Udall's idea of Republicans and Dems sitting together at the State of the Union -- but no Coloradans have signed up. Rude! Colorado Pols: The ever-employable but not all th ... More >>
Carmelo.Hope these three Denver blog posts keep you going over the long weekend. Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein rounds up Nugs news, including an ESPN report that team brass is shutting down inquiries from all possible Carmelo Anthony suitors. Do they really believe he might stay? Denver A ... More >>
Kyle Orton.It's a three-leaf clover of Denver blog posts. Max Denver's Anthony Mason believes it's time to embrace Kyle Orton -- even though Tim Tebow is much more huggable. Denver Egotist shares why Alex Bogusky left the world's hottest ad agency. His soul was a factor. Face the State's B ... More >>
Tom Tancredo and friend.One, two, three Denver blog posts for thee. Face the State's Brad Jones snapped a pic of Tom Tancredo and his dog at yesterday's guv-run announcement. And the fur flew! Denver Infill's Ken weighs in on the next generation DIA. Will it get off the ground? Purple Row' ... More >>
Tim Tebow: Keep practicing!Denver blog posts times three. In a Mile High Report fan post, agentj007 predicts that the Broncos will go 6-10 this season, but thinks Tim Tebow will give us hope for the future. Good news or not? Denver Egotist lauds Impossible Pictures' Emmy for its Genghis Kha ... More >>
"No hitting!"A Denver blogs trifecta: Jon at Bronco Talk notes that the Colts' Dwight Freeney can't wait to hit Tim Tebow. Pick on someone your own size. The raod's been rough for Boulder's Garmin-Transitions at the Tour de France, writes 5280's A.J. Vicens. Face the State's Brad Jones thi ... More >>
Ty one on.A Denver blogs three-peat. Jeremy from Roundball Mining Company is hearing Ty Lawson's no longer being dangled for a draft pick. Was a Jane Norton aide speaking for her when he sympathized with BP? Big Media's Jason Salzman wonders. Face the State's Brad Jones says CU regents wil ... More >>
"I'll either start at QB or go into politics."These three Denver blog posts are for you. Aussie Broncos fan boydy2669, believes the changes Josh McDaniels is making offensively means Tim Tebow will start, leaving Kyle Orton to come off the bench only if disaster strikes. But what could go wr ... More >>
Courtesy of MaxDenver."Look at the definition in his arm muscles!"Denver blogs publish lotsa stuff on a daily basis. Here are three examples. At Predominantly Orange, Kim Constantinesco details Tim Tebow's training regimen, which typically includes a breakfast featuring "egg whites, a Myople ... More >>
Brad Jones's baby is up and running again.Last August, Face the State, a news website that came from a conservative point of view, went on hiatus during what founder and frontman Brad Jones described as "restructuring." Back then, Jones said he hoped this chore would be accomplished in a cou ... More >>
Brad Jones.Left-leaning political websites such as the Colorado Independent and Colorado Media Matters haven't had much to celebrate since the progressive gains made in last November's election. The former's been hit with significant layoffs, and the latter pulled the plug in March, although ... More >>
Face the State's Brad Jones.Face the State is best known for its right-leaning website, which churns out new and typically credible content on a daily basis. For instance, among FTS' latest posts is an item about state rep Cory Gardner, a possible rival to Congresswoman Betsy Markey, who's ho ... More >>
Every day in this space, we troll local web sites for stuff we think might be worth your time. And while we try to mix up the sites to which we link, we often wind up back on the same sites -- a handful of consistently populated, consistently non-sucky sources for original news and perspective about ... More >>
Face the State, a news site with a conservative point of view, has earned a reputation for feistiness. Note that last year, FTS' Brad Jones (pictured) bought the ColoradoIndependent.org URL as a way of tweaking the Colorado Independent, a left-leaning online source whose web address is ColoradoIndep ... More >>
I am the blog of hellfire! Today in Cafe Society: • Michel Wahaltere moving on. • French twist: La Fondue now Le Chateau. • French twist redux: A Cote to expand its hours. • Lakeside Waffles opens up next to the Oriental. • Veggie Girl: Taki's. Today in Backbeat Online: • Q&A with ... More >>
Face the State's Brad Jones. These are difficult times for the politicalliy progressive Colorado Independent website, as detailed in a series of recent blogs: "The Colorado Independent is Downsizing But Not Disappearing," "Cara DeGette on Layoffs at the Colorado Independent" and "Colorado Independ ... More >>
Face the State's Brad Jones. Face the State, a news website with a conservative edge, has been getting plenty of attention in mainstream newspapers of late. Check out "Were Democrats Dumb Enough to Write This 'Idiot' Memo?," an October 8 Message column, which deals in part with a story that appear ... More >>
The Rocky Mountain News's "Bet made on carbon offsets" article on Saturday started with this: "Thanks to a windmill that tolls day and night producing clean electricity, the tiny eastern plains outpost of Wray has landed in the center of the fast-moving, carbon-offset world." When he read that, Br ... More >>
The Rocky balked at printing a salacious story from an anonymous source. The Post and a political website didn't. Who was right?
Winston Churchill had a saying: “Arguing over the internet is like competing in the Special Olympics – even if you win, you’re still retarded.” Well, maybe it wasn’t Churchill who said it, but any web surfer who's suddenly found themselves spending hours crafting witty cyber comebacks ov ... More >>
In his first week running his new website, Brad Jones crashed a state representative. What will he do for an encore?
That's Brad Jones in the upper-righthand corner. Twenty-three-year-old Republican political consultant Brad Jones has been the subject of much furious typing on local liberal blogs since earlier this week, when it was revealed that he was behind the ousting of state Representative Mike Merrifield ... More >>
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