A Flickr photo. Everybody loves a good, home-grown sex scandal. Especially scandals that involve Evangelical Christians, bestiality, horny moms and naughty schoolteachers. (Not all at once, sadly.) Colorado has played host to its fair share of salaciousness this past decade. Here, we look ba ... More >>
The Rocky Mountain News typically steers clear of anonymous sources. In a February 2008 column about accusations of lewd conduct by state rep Michael Garcia (read about them in the Message column "A Denver Daily Wouldn't Touch Michael Garcia"), editor/publisher/president John Temple quoted his paper ... More >>
At this writing, "Mayor Move Would Roil City's Politics," a Denver Post piece by Christopher Osher, lists "several city council members" as possible Denver mayoral candidates should John Hickenlooper be appointed to fill the senate seat presently occupied by Secretary of the Interior-designate Ken S ... More >>
Welcome to blog central. Today in Cafe Society: • Jax turns twelve with a dozen deals. • La Chaumiere bids au revoir after more than thirty years. • Up for auction: French 250. • We're rooting for Root Down. • It's time for a Cricket burger! Free parking today in Cherry Creek North. • V ... More >>
The Rocky balked at printing a salacious story from an anonymous source. The Post and a political website didn't. Who was right?
House Assistant Majority Leader Michael Garcia, 34, isn’t the first lawmaker to be “exposed” in a lobbyist-related scandal, but in this case, the exposure in question wasn’t about assets under the table, it was about assets on the table – the pool table. The Aurora Democrat resigned Frida ... More >>
Typographical errors are common in newspapering -- but seldom are they more satisfying than the one a sharp-eyed Westworder spotted in "Panel to Target Backlog of Disabled Adults in Need," a story in the June 30 Rocky Mountain News. The article, by Alan Gathright, reveals what appears to be an egre ... More >>
In Colorado's highest-security prison, two inmates beat Michael Garcia to death while a crowd of corrections officers watched. Why didn't anyone stop it?
It's a guy thing: Two UPS men claim sexual harassment by another man.