Andrew Young loves the Denver Broncos. A lot. No, seriously, he's a fanatic. Literally. Broncos football is what this guy lives for. He says it saved his life and gave him purpose. After being hospitalized for marijuana-induced psychosis, his life lost much of its color, but orange and blue never fa ... More >>
After generations as the Border, a beloved University of Denver neighborhood dive that served Mexican food and showed all the games, this space at 2014 South University has been rechristened Merchants Mile High Saloon. It not only has a new name, it has a new look; the new owners are going for a "d ... More >>
The news that Laura Shunk is moving to New York and opening up a slot for a new restaurant critic inspired many readers to suggest possible candidates -- including old restaurant critic Jason Sheehan, for example. Penny Parker. And two words: Dave. Barnes. "I think more reviews should be focused o ... More >>
Denver may be landlocked, but the town was hit by a hurricane two years ago -- and its name was Tim Tebow. Now that Peyton Manning has signed with the Broncos and Tebow's trade to the New York Jets is offical, the time is right to look back on Tebowmania, from the first time his name ever appeared i ... More >>
The edge of Highland -- now dubbed LoHi -- is the hottest restaurant neighborhood in town, and it's about to get hotter, with the addition of Central Bistro and Bar, which will open in late spring with Lance Barto in the kitchen. Don't confuse it with Le Central, the "affordable French restaurant" ... More >>
Action hero?Fans of radio sports talk host Jim Rome got the scoop on the upcoming Die Hard movie Wednesday when Fox Filmed Entertainment CEO Tom Rothman dished about the film's title (A Good Day to Die Hard) as well as the future of hero John McClane, played by Bruce Willis, and his troubled ... More >>
Denver is going very Euro. IKEA, with its 550-seat, meatball-rolling restaurant that will provide sustenance for all those furniture shoppers, officially opens Wednesday. And last Friday, Chloe Mezze Lounge made its long-awaited debut -- and in both concept and crowd, the hipper-than-hip Chlo ... More >>
Mystery melon!Cafe Society served up five Guess where? contests this week, featuring everything from this very scary slice of watermelon served at a still-unidentified restaurant to a surprising cheesesteak at Den Deli to an incredible breakfast sandwich. For correctly pegging that to the Cru ... More >>
Some of Tebow's artistry.Since the Broncos drafted Tim Tebow, the national-media hype has been off the charts, with Tebow haters clashing with fans who worship him. Leading the PR parade is ESPN, whose Tebow focus has made it a joke according to at least one commentator. But the net's not ba ... More >>
"Three QBs' is the charm."A mini-Denver blogs roundup. Mile High Report catches Josh McDaniels on Jim Rome's show saying Tim Tebow and Brady Quinn have a long way to go to catch Kyle Orton in the QB contest. The race is on. Ken at Denver Infill thinks the new zoning code could change Denver ... More >>
Celebrities get lucky with interviews most of the time. Networks cut down strange content, or if the interview is too weird, they never make it into print. Regardless of studio and agent watchdogs, countless interviews have made us uncomfortable enough to cringe, even if we couldn't pull our eyes an ... More >>
Vendetta Valentine has a nation of clones behind it.
For author Franklin Foer, the world is one big soccer ball.
DJ Quote gets caught in the Troubleshooter’s crosshairs.
Kobe could join some heavy-hitting all-stars wearing striped uniforms.
Two CU groups feel burned by a fiery sports column.
Mark Schlereth tries to balance local radio with a rising TV career.
The talking heads are spinning at Channel 7 and Fox Sports Net.
Fox Sports Net wants to beat local TV stations at their own game.
A syndicated sports talker and a local station run afoul of the Colorado Rockies PR department.
Sports-talk radio host Scott Hastings is riding the Broncos—and his wild image—all the way to the bank.
Denver's two public-television stations get together, technically speaking.