Imagine biking up a steep Colorado peak, rafting through the Rapids of the Colorado River and then rappelling down a jagged and imposing cliff. Now imagine doing that blind or without the use of an arm or both of your legs. That's exactly what many of the participants will be doing in this we ... More >>
For more than two decades, Denver has tenaciously defended its pit bull ban. Years of lawsuits, protests and bad press have done nothing to unmoor Denver's political leadership from their conviction that this particular breed of dog is far too dangerous to allow within city limits.
No except ... More >>
New federal guidelines tightening the traditionally loosey-goosey definition "service animals" go into effect today. From now on only dogs (and, um, in some cases, miniature horses) that have been "individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disabi ... More >>
Denver City Council's decision not to provide a service-dog exemption to its longtime pit bull ban isn't just bad public policy, in the opinion of Jennifer Reba Edwards, attorney and founder of the Animal Law Center. It's also illegal -- which is why her firm is suing the city, as well as Aur ... More >>
Neighborhood Icon #4 of 76: Harvey Park.
The color scheme of the Harvey Park logo shown above pays homage to the colorful, nationally renowned jazz-age orchestra leader and his sprawling Black and White Ranch, on which the southwest Denver neighborhood was built...
Could you say no to this guy? Apparently, Patric LeHouillier can.A Colorado Springs attorney accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities act by not allowing a disabled woman and her seeing eye dog into his office will have to shell out $50,000 as part of a consent decree approved by ... More >>
An image from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing website The Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (known affectionately as "hick-puff") didn't win any popularity contests this past summer when it unveiled changes in the way Medicaid payments would b ... More >>
In 2008, the whole dance punk phenomenon, with few exceptions, seemed
worn out and irrelevant to anything genuinely exciting. But it was in
the spring of that year that The Don'ts and Be Carefuls started putting
together its songs and playing its first show shortly after solidifying
its line-up. ... More >>