For the past eleven years, Colorado Inside Out, the weekly public affairs roundtable on Colorado Public Television, has taken an annual trip in the Colorado Time Machine. The show's reported on current events of 1912 (last year's show, when I played Margaret "Molly" Brown or 1951 (the 2011 episode, ... More >>
By now, just about everyone admits that the Fox31 story of the cab driver fingering an Italian businessman with the Perazzi gun company as a terrorist was a fake, including the station, grudgingly. We know how it happened (9News has done a good job of dissecting the original story), but we don't kno ... More >>
The Independence Institute's annual Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms party is "the most politically incorrect event of the year," as we tagged it years ago, and the tenth annual ATF event lived up to that billing Saturday even if it didn't make the news that the 2010 incarnation did -- when then-Senate ... More >>
Mrs. J. J. Brown was never known as Molly. She cared much more about helping the poor in turn-of-the-last-century Denver than she did with crashing what passed for high society. She did not strip to her corset while rowing lifeboat #6 after the sinking of the Titanic, although she kept the group goi ... More >>
Ethel as Annie.While hired guns fight over the future of the iconic National Western Stock Show, at 8 p.m. tonight Colorado Public Television takes a trip to a quieter time -- back to 1951, when a newfangled media form known as "television" was sweeping the country, kids were learning to "duc ... More >>
Once a year, the weekly Channel 12 roundtable Colorado Inside Out takes a trip back to the past on a time-machine show, with the panelists (of which I am one) all playing historic figures taking about the events of the day. And not only are these shows big favorites with viewers, they're rack ... More >>
Channel 12, once an upstart public television station, has turned a respectable thirty, with a respectable new brand, Colorado Public Television, replacing the old KBDI. But tonight's installment of Colorado Inside Out, the weekly current events show, will feature a completely disresputable l ... More >>
The tipster poured her story into my ear, a long, involved tale of bureaucrats behaving badly. "I'll talk to the writers and see if we can get that in the paper," I told her. "Oh, I don't care about the paper," she said. "I want it on TV." Since I was on the very first episode of Channel 12's Col ... More >>
From the week of March 3, 2005
It's a family affair
Other employees at her office were packing. So why did she get canned?
Are two weekend newspapers really better than four? You do the math.