Yesterday afternoon on KHOW, host Dan Caplis, who's been verbally tarring and feathering former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill for several years now, did a Miss America impression following Judge Larry Naves' decision not to give Churchill his old CU job back, accepting the plaudi ... More >>
Ward Churchill, as drawn by Kenny Be. Much of the Ward Churchill trial to date has been a big tease. Reports suggested that Churchill might take the stand in his wrongful termination lawsuit against the University of Colorado-Boulder as early as March 16. But it wasn't until yesterday that the once ... More >>
Russell Means. Columbus Day protests are an annual staple in Denver. But Saturday's drizzly, arrest-free version was a calmer-than-usual affair, since folks like Glenn Spagnuolo decided in advance to dial down the confrontation for fear of overtaxing lawyers up to their necks in post-Democratic Na ... More >>
The trial began Wednesday against three people, Glenn Morris, Julie Todd and Koreena Montoya, who were arrested on October 6 and charged with blocking the annual Columbus Day Parade. Charges against a fourth anti-Columbus Day agitator, Russell Means, were dismissed by a Denver County Court Judge (el ... More >>
Goodbye and good riddance, Columbus.
Chicago in 1968 was a place of violence and chaos. Some activists would like to re-create those good old days.
See a slide show of the parade and protest. A reported 88 protesters were arrested at the Columbus Day Parade in downtown Denver earlier today. The demonstration brought the parade procession to a standstill for more than an hour. The stand-off between police and the anti-Columbus group Transform ... More >>
Plenty of newspapers resist specifically labeling their editorial stance for fear of alienating readers of different political stripes or limiting their ability to respond to unforeseen events. But not the Colorado Springs Gazette, which clearly spells out its slant in this Craig's List post headlin ... More >>
Denver's Columbus Day Parade rhetoric spells out the same bumpy route.
From the week of May 5, 2005
Marlene Roulliard broke free from a vicious cycle and founded the Women's Empowerment Circle.
The DAM celebrates curator Dianne Vanderlip's 25-year reign.
From the week of October 24, 2002
Two impressive shows highlight a cornucopia of historic regional paintings.
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From the week of December 28, 2000
This year started not with a bang, but with a whimper.
From the week of December 21, 2000
Ted Polito Jr.'s on top of the world.
Indigenous joins the tribe of rock and roll.
Leonard Peltier. Stephen Miles. Now the witness who might break the Ramsey case. Itís no wonder Lee Hill thinks he needs to pack a pistol.
Return of the Native
THE FURY FLIES AS INDIAN ACTIVISTS TAKE AIM AT EACH OTHER.