Denver blog posts listen. At our Show and Tell blog, Juliet Wittman talks to actor/lawyer Carjardo Lindsey about a police interaction that called to mind the continuing racial issues in Ferguson, Missouri and beyond. South Stands Denver's John Reidy gets serious about fake football. Coyote Gulch ... More >>
Denver blog posts have learned to pace themselves. At our Cafe Society blog, Patricia Calhoun shares the view of a reader with strong opinions about what makes for a good dive bar. Colorado Peak Politics says Dems desperately want Jared Polis to drop his support for a fracing initiative. South St ... More >>
Denver blog posts take douchebaggery seriously. At our Backbeat blog, Mike Seely counts down country music's ten biggest douchebags -- and yes, Taylor Swift is on it. Colorado Pols: "When Koch front groups collide." South Stands Denver's John Reidy: "My beautiful dark twisted Rockies fantasy."
Denver blog posts are what they eat. At our Cafe Society blog, Patricia Calhoun shares the view of a reader who says it's easy to be a vegetarian without being a jerk. Coyote Gulch on the Greeley earthquake, which is said to have been near oil and gas wastewater injection wells. South Stands Denv ... More >>
Denver blog posts are perfectly sane -- most of the time. At our Backbeat blog, Ashley Rogers shares the craziness of the Cervantes block party and quadruple concert in words and photos. Colorado Peak Politics thinks it's a bad idea for fracktivists to compare fracking to slavery. Headline of the ... More >>
Denver blog posts could use a few days of sunshine. South Stands Denver's John Reidy was into the hashtag #TradeVonMiller before it was cool, but he's not ready to give up on the driving-challenged Broncos star. Colorado Peak Politics thinks Angela Giron melted down on CNN. Denver Frank' reacts t ... More >>
Denver blog posts don't suffer from a power shortage, either. Predominantly Orange touts power rankings by Musket Fire's Tim Dillon that put Denver on top. Thanks, Peyton. South Stands Denver's John Reidy on the Denver Post and click baiting. Big Media's Jason Salzman on the El Paso County electi ... More >>
Denver blog posts make a good afternoon snack. South Stands Denver's John Reidy wonders if the Broncos' 2-3 start isn't generating some second thoughts by Peyton Manning about inking with Denver. Plants & Animals Denver's Gelseigh on calcium and dairy. At Education News Colorado, Michael Kiley ex ... More >>
Denver blog posts take the high road...usually. Denver Egotist shares a new Colorado Department of Transportation campaign that warns motorcyclists, "If you've ever straddled a fencepost and said, 'Let's ride,' you definitely want to find a lift." Ed is Watching chronicles the Douglas County Schoo ... More >>
Shag reunion on 12/23 at Beauty BarHere's a nice little Christmas present. Remember Shag (the club night, not the bar)? It's returning for one night (two, if you count shhh-ag -- more on that in a minute) at Beauty Bar on Friday, December 23. In the mid '90s before Lipgloss, there was Quid, o ... More >>
Just do her!Three blogs with a little Denver flavor. John Reidy, one of Colorado's most consistently funny bloggers, takes on the Tiger Woods apology at South Stands Denver, concluding, "At least didn't find Jesus Christ like Fox News jerk Brit Hume suggested." If he had, of course, he proba ... More >>
The Hooligan was one of the best zines ever to come out of Denver: brash, rude, often offensive, and even more frequently snort-the-beverage-of-your-choice-outta-each-nostril funny. John Reidy, the prose hooligan behind The Hooligan, kept the pub alive through a slew of permutations -- print only, o ... More >>
While the State Capitol glows, state residents glower over their Xcel bills.
From the week of April 8, 2004
How's it hanging?
Wake them up before you Go-Go
The founder of Denver's first Brit-pop night moves into the future with Shaggy Robot.
DJs Matthew Smyth, David Watts and Tim Shady fancy a Shag every week at the Snake Pit.
Cabinet reject Linda Chavez is making the most of her public humiliation.
Web radio's future is unlimited, but its present isn't pretty.
Few publications are growing in the Denver underground.
The local punk club spreads its wings, and a local Hooligan says goodbye.
Plans are in the works for a musical retrospective of the People's Republic.