Denver blog posts have a point. Colorado Pols shares a hilarious video of gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo giving supporters of recall-target Senator Evie Hudak the finger. Denver PR Blog shares a great moment in photojournalism. Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein has some tough takes following ... More >>
Denver blog posts have an art about them. On our Show and Tell blog, Isa Jones remembers Lloyd Kavich, who painted the iconic murals at The Sink in Boulder. Big Media's Jason Salzman asks: Did Peter Boyles object when an opponent of Senator Evie Hudak called her a Nazi? Denver Infill's Ken Schroe ... More >>
A lot can happen in a year, and "in the interests of memorializing the efforts of survivors of gun violence who fought to win historic state reforms" over that time period, ProgressNow Colorado has released a timeline of the aftermath of the July 20 Aurora theater shooting, says the oganization's A ... More >>
As we've reported, the debate over Colorado gun-control legislation has gotten ugly, with the most prominent example being executive Franklin Sain's arrest for racist and sexist e-mails sent to Representative Rhonda Fields, whose son was a murder victim. The negative PR garnered by Sain hasn't stop ... More >>
Denver blog posts are heating up. At Mile High Report, Matt Ufford quizzes Broncos linebacker and sack-master Von Miller about his guarantee that the Broncos are Super Bowl-bound -- and chicken farming. The Redheaded Slut: I was lucky. Eileen at People's Press Collective gets out the dictionary t ... More >>
At the Capitol yesterday, Secretary of State Scott Gessler had lots to discuss at a State Affairs briefing -- but only a few minutes into his presentation, he was interrupted by critical questions from lawmakers. The immediate criticisms, which were put on hold until after he finished his prepared r ... More >>
Last September, we told you about a movement to end school zero-tolerance policies enacted after the 1999 Columbine massacre. These efforts led to Senate Bill 46, which passed its first committee test last week. But its narrow margin of victory leaves sponsoring Senator Evie Hudak worried that some ... More >>
Evie Hudak.Alan Prendergast's post about a new bill from Representative Evie Hudak looked at the Columbine effect -- the inclination of many school officials to involve police in issues that might have been handled differently in a previous era. One reader noted how difficult it is to know w ... More >>
Evie HudakIn the dozen years since the Columbine shootings, school officials have become hypervigilant about potential troublemakers in their midst -- so hyper, in fact, that state lawmakers are now seeking a formal review of school disciplinary procedures to determine if principals are too q ... More >>
nautical / flickrLast week, Governor Bill Ritter signed into law a bill that rigorously steps up consequences for "peeping Toms." Drafted by pepresentative Joe Rice and sponsored by state senator Evie Hudak, the bill essentially makes invasion of privacy -- or peeping -- a felony, rather than ... More >>
Rising political powerhouse Jared Polis is rich, tireless and filled with contradictions.
The graduating class and the incoming members.
Colorado's Board of Education is more powerful than you know -- and it would like to get even stronger.