You've heard them pitching their products on the radio and you've seen them on VT: former Denver Broncos and their branded sauces and condiments. Now the company that runs the concession stands at Sports Authority Field at Mile High has brought them all together at Legends Grill, a brilliant new sta ... More >>
102.3 The Ticket, launched in July 2010, was an ambitious attempt to create a homegrown sports-talk station from the ground up during one of the toughest times for radio in the history of the medium. And despite bold moves, like recruiting CBS4's Vic Lombardi and Gary Miller to serve as morning host ... More >>
In June, GrowHaus won Maxwell House's Drops of Good contest and $50,000, which it's using to build a state-of-the-art hydroponic farm and create a market space.
Yesterday, that space was celebrated with a group of volunteers, GrowHaus board members, Maxwell House and Rebuilding Together re ... More >>
Merril Hoge.You've got to credit ESPN's Merril Hoge. At least the man stands up for his tweets.
Yesterday, following his epic Twitter rampage against Tim Tebow, Hoge not only shared his thoughts about the Chosen One on assorted ESPN broadcasts, but he also guested for an extended (and someti ... More >>
AmRest, which owns and operates over a hundred Applebee's in eight states, had challenged its Colorado stores to create the perfect "Colorado Burger" -- ideally, one that incorporated "Stinkin" Good Green Chile, created by Bronco Mark Schlereth, spokesman for this campaign. He met up with fou ... More >>
The Applebee's Cowboy BurgerWhen the homegrown Smashburger decided to create a burger for Colorado, as it already had for Idaho (topped with potato chips) and Minnesota (topped with cheddar bar cheese and garlic-grilled onions), it came up with an iconic combo for the Colorado Smashburger, ad ... More >>
Mark Schlereth.We invite you to sample these three tasty Denver blog posts.
Mile High Report fan poster gcman thinks former Bronco turned ESPN commentator Mark Schlereth would make a good Denver general manager. What say you?
5280's Michael de Yoanna notes that Denver doesn't rank worst in ... More >>
"As long as it's not the Raiders..."Yesterday, ESPN spent much of its NFL Live broadcast touting Herm Edwards' idea for the San Francisco 49ers to go after both Donovan McNabb, to whom the Eagles (inexplicably) seem ready to say goodbye, and the Broncos' Brandon Marshall.
Former Bronco Mark ... More >>
A word that applies to the vast majority of the stories I've seen, heard or read about today's tenth anniversary of the killings at Columbine High School is "obligatory." Although fewer commemorative efforts have appeared on April 20 in recent years than in the immediate aftermath of the bloodshed ... More >>
Can this get any more childish?
Yesterday's blog "The Jay Cutler Silent Treatment: More Than a Month and Counting?" noted that actual evidence of human speech traveling back and forth between Broncos quarterback Cutler and newly minted head coach Josh McDaniels has been scarce since January. Hours ... More >>
In his blog "Broncos Country is Not Happy About Josh McDaniels. Broncos Country is Wrong," Westword's Joe Tone suggests that everyone in the state of Colorado is up in arms about the selection of New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels to replace Mike Shanahan as the Denver Bronc ... More >>
The Denver Rescue Mission and more than fifty volunteers are serving up their traditional holiday dinner to homeless men, women and children today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lawrence Street Shelter, 1130 Park Avenue West.
New this year: every guest - and the organization expects about 500 peopl ... More >>
In a 2001 Message column, we profiled former Denver Bronco Mark Schlereth under the headline, "Two-Way Player: Mark Schlereth Tries to Balance Local Radio With a Rising TV Career." Seven years later, he's still trying to do so. While he doesn't have a daily radio position in Denver at present, he ... More >>