There are secrets behind the public art pieces at Denver International Airport -- and it's not what conspiracy theorists would have you believe. We checked in with DIA Exhibitions Coordinator Tim Vacca and Public Art Program Coordinator Mandy Renaud, and discovered there's a method to all the madnes ... More >>
How'd you sleep last night? If your answer includes "uninterrupted," you're in the minority among residents from the Denver area south to Colorado Springs thanks to a series of severe storms that spawned flash flooding, tornado warnings (and a DIA twister), lightning blasts and more, as you can see ... More >>
"Mustang," Luis Jimenez's killer horse at Denver International Airport, just placed third in a recent survey of the country's most bizarre public art. But it definitely ranks first in the hearts and minds of Denver residents, who either really love or really, really hate the sculpture.
Mountain Mirage.Now that the scaffolding that masked Mountain Mirage is gone, and the defective fountain that was supposed to create a silhouette of the Rockies but instead leaked down into the trains has been removed and replaced by open space, you can see the bones of the Jeppeson Terminal ... More >>
Jared Jacang Maher's post about coordinates from the movie Close Encounters allegedly pinpointing Denver International Airport -- the latest DIA conspiracy in a long line -- surmised that the numbers actually correspond to an Ault farmhouse. One of our readers did some checking, and he concur ... More >>
All aboard for Denver.You know you're back in Denver when you hear that bossy voice admonish you for "delaying the departure of this train" at DIA. It belongs to 9News' Adele Arakawa, who replaced original admonisher Reynelda Muse. Likewise, the cheery "hold on" now comes from Alan Roach rath ... More >>
It's hard not to be excited about the 10:30 a.m. groundbreaking today of the FasTracks East Corridor rail line at DIA. After all, that means in a few short years folks will be riding the rails from Union Station to the airport, and passing through fantastic creations by Calatrava along the wa ... More >>
Allstate Sweeping owner Beth Krueger as seen in Channel 31 coverage.A Brighton industrial cleaning company is suing the City and County of Denver and its Department of Aviation, which oversees operations at Denver International Airport, citing racial discrimination and soliciting of bribes fo ... More >>
With the ongoing controversy over the the late Luis Jimenez's deadly "Mustang" sculpture at Denver International Airport getting bluer and veiny-er with each passing day, we decided to call up another artist (a live one) who has also been on the receiving end of airport-art criticism: Denver artis ... More >>
As Joel Warner pointed out in "DIA's Promo Photo Kicks Ass of All Other Airport Promo Photos, a blog published earlier today, the Facebook campaign to remove the Mustang sculpture from the grounds of Denver International Airport has garnered national media attention from the likes of the Wall Street ... More >>
John Hickenlooper finally reveals his secret identity at DIA. Finally! That mysterious, third voice on the DIA trains -- the one that doesn't belong to blustery Alan Roach (now the voice of the Broncos rather than the Rockies) or sultry Adele Arakawa -- has been officially identified. Mayor John ... More >>
Conspiracy theorists think something's fishy at Denver International Airport.
From kitty cut-ups to an airline named Ted, this was one oddball year.
From the week of October 25, 2001
Is there a problem between reporters and DIA's media staff? Depends on whom you ask.
You may not have a flight, but you could be a winner!
DIA's Y2K flashlight promotion was the best worst idea Gregorio Bonifacio ever had.
Are the series of superhighways inching their way around Denver a "beltway"--or a noose?
As prospects dim, Denver aviation officials still chase after an air link to Britain.
Denver pays a consultant big money to get overseas flights for DIA--and goes nowhere.
Denver officials join the Department of Aviation and see the world.
THINGS YOU DID IN DENVER WHILE YOU WERE STOPPED DEAD IN TRAFFIC ON THE WAY TO DIA.
ANOTHER FRIEND OF THE MAYOR'S JOINS THE PATRONAGE HERD AT DIA.
THE BAE BAGGAGE SYSTEM COST HALF A BILLION DOLLARS AND DELAYED DIA'S OPENING FOR MORE THAN A YEAR. AND IT STILL ISN'T WORKING.BAG IT WILL THE CITY HAVE TO PACK IN DIA'S AUTOMATED BAGGAGE SYSTEM?
SO LONG, STAPLETON: TRIPS DOWN MEMORY LANE AND OTHER FLIGHTS OF FANCY.A DAY IN THE DEATH OF STAPLETON
A MINORITY FIRM THAT GOT AN AIRPORT PAY-PHONE CONTRACT IS GRANTED A DELAY IN REPAYING A CITY LOAN.
MEDIA COVERAGE OF DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS CREATING ITS OWN TURBULENCE.
BUSINESS IS BOOMING AT DIA FOR WELL-CONNECTED KING HARRIS.
Regional airports had high hopes when DIA said it wasn't interested in private avaiation. But guess what? DIA changed its mind. Again. Gorilla tactics as dia makes a grab for private planes, regional airports bail out of their expansion plans.