Video below.Sorry, Mr. President. The predicted SNOBAMA storm hasn't been nearly fierce enough to trap you in the Mile High City. But while we're bummed the visiting commander in chief won't get a chance to sample our ten best things to do in Denver while stranded list, there are compensation ... More >>
Everyone loves Kathy Sabine, including Noah Van Sciver, the cartoonist who drew the art for our Best of Denver 2011 People & Places section. This is his illustration of Sabine for the readers' choice winner of Best Hair on a TV Personality -- Female. (Sabine was also the readers' choice for B ... More >>
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, 191 Inverness Drive West in Englewood, is hosting its second summer Friday Night Flights fundraiser at 6 p.m. tonight to benefit the Excelsior Youth Center, a local non-profit. The cow palace will serve a selection of appetizers paired with three wines for $2 ... More >>
Couldn't help being amused by the contrast between the picture painted by multiple weather forecasts on Denver TV stations last night and the one that confronted me this morning when I drove to work. Last night, the tone of folks like Channel 9's Kathy Sabine suggested an irony-free version of predi ... More >>
Word broke yesterday that longtime Channel 9 weatherman Nick Carter is the station's latest cost-cutting casualty. The final broadcast by the veteran air personality (to the left of the affixed image, with his soon-to-be-former 9News colleagues) is scheduled for Friday. Unlike anchor Bob Kendrick, ... More >>
Bob Kendrick. Plenty of people were surprised when 9News announced that it wouldn't be renewing the contract of primary news anchor Bob Kendrick -- probably including Kendrick (who hasn't been responding to press inquiries). After all, the station's late newscast has held the top spot in the ratin ... More >>
Letters from the week of 4/3/2008
The local media wielded a purple crayon during the Rockies' unlikely run, leading to an excess of everything but restraint.
If journalists condemn Bill O'Reilly, he'll strike back anytime and anywhere -- even in the parking lot of a local Wild Oats.
TV forecasters have become the target of viewers who are feeling aggravated and paranoid after an exceptionally stormy winter.
Dan Rutherford has his finger on Mootown's musical pulse.
An FCC crackdown has radio stations on high alert.
Is Channel 9 successful because of its people or its system?
The cold truth about forecasting
Television keeps moving the line between advertising and editorial.