Dan Brogan.It's been a busy period for 5280: In April, the publication acquired Denver Magazine's key assets and comped its 3,000 subscribers. But shortly thereafter, its Elevated Voices news blog went silent, with the last new post appearing almost three weeks ago, on May 20. Is the blog de ... More >>
The shutdown of Denver Magazine, whose key assets were acquired by 5280, has caused unexpected headaches for area nonprofits whose events the publication had agreed to sponsor. Take the Young Philanthropists Foundation, whose largest annual fundraiser -- Bash!, a superhero-themed party for ki ... More >>
"This waiting is a drag."Denver blogs are popping up all over the place. Here are three we plucked. In a Mile High Report fan post entitled "CSI: Dove Valley," super7 tries to solve some Broncos-related mysteries. In the first item, he writes, "There is no empirical evidence that Brandon Mar ... More >>
This man needs a breather.Welcome to the working week. Here's some Denver blogs to help you get through day one. Derek B at Mile High Hockey on Avs goalie Craig Anderson's 48 saves en route to a victory yesterday against Dallas: "I am not sure what the Craig Anderson Debt is up to, but I am ... More >>
My twin daughters are subscribers to Seventeen magazine -- they're only fifteen, which goes to show how advanced they are -- and last night, Lora, the older of the pair (by fourteen minutes), curled up with the just-delivered March issue, which sports a cover photo of Gossip Girl star Leighton Meest ... More >>
As publications throughout Colorado suffered declines in recent years, one seemed immune from problems afflicting the journalism industry: 5280. As noted in "Dan Brogan's a Mile High on 5280 ," a July 2007 blog featuring an interview with the aforementioned Brogan, the magazine's founder, editor and ... More >>
An image from Mike Kessler's 2007 article "Out in the Cold." The March 2006 Message column headlined "Altitude Check" focused on 5280, a Dan Brogan-founded publication that had broken what seemed like a jinx against successful city magazines in Denver and was continuing to grow at a time of contra ... More >>
Jason Bane helped start ColoradoPols.com, but now he's stepped away from the web and into public life.
The creative breakup of former business collaborators leads to one new magazine, with another on the way. Can the city support both of them?
Most interviews done for the The Message column contain more information than can possibly be squeezed onto any given page, and plenty of what doesn't make the cut is very interesting indeed. Seldom, though, is it presented in such an easily digestible form as was recently the case with comments pro ... More >>
Newspapers keep cutting staff, but Jake Jabís American Furniture Warehouse is standing by them. Why?
As other pubs fall, 5280 is a mile high and rising.
In the Black isn't seeing red anymore.
A new restaurant reviewer leaves a bad taste in the mouths of some.