Farm implements, interesting taxidermy -- and a zebra skin rug. Those are the only clues that Mark Meyer, one of the stars of the Travel Channel show Baggage Battles, would give out in advance when describing an episode of the reality show -- which airs tonight -- that takes place at the Rocky Moun ... More >>
Vesta Dipping Grill, 1822 Blake Street, will be featured on the Travel Channel's Food Paradise series tonight as part of the program's exploration of the best steak dishes around the country. See also: - Trends without end, round five: Pickling, pop-ups and moving beyond buzzwords - Photos: Happy ... More >>
It's been a rough patch for Wheat Ridge-based Gunsmoke Guns. First, American Guns, the Discovery Channel show set at the business, was cancelled in what some have interpreted as fallout from the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. And now, the arms-heavy shop has been ... More >>
Last fall, in early September, Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods, jetted to Denver, his film crew on his heels, to film footage of an upcoming episode of his wildly popular television show, in which Zimmern stuffs his gullet with foodstuffs that some people would find peculi ... More >>
The Denver Cruisers were out in force last night, for a "retro ski wear" ride that could be featured on an It's Five O'Clock Somewhere, the pilot for a Travel Channel show hosted by Bert Kreischer. But is the Cruiser Ride ready for prime time? See also: - Denver Cruisers to be featured in Travel ... More >>
A Denver Cruiser Ride in the heart of December has to have a reason -- or at least a reason more urgent than the usual "because." And in fact, tonight's DCR Retro Ride is getting in gear for a great reason: It's destined to be part of a locally produced Travel Channel pilot with Bert Kreischer of th ... More >>
People across the country may have their eyes on the Mile High City because legalized marijuana is officially a thing. But Denver's also going to get some national attention for another celebrated activity: its night-time bike parties. The Denver Cruisers are hosting an off-season ride tonight that ... More >>
A crew from Food Paradise stopped in Denver earlier this year to film at My Brother's Bar, whose JCB rated a segment on the "Hamburger Paradise 2" episode that aired last night on the Travel Channel. The Denver shots included interviews with longtime bartender Jimmy Hayde (who had a big day yesterd ... More >>
Earlier this year, the crew of Food Paradise traveled the country in search of "the belly-busting best places to get your burger on -- from a heart-stopping monster burger in Las Vegas, to cheese-stuffed burgers in Minnesota and wild game gut-bombs in Texas." To the JCB at My Brother's Bar in Den ... More >>
Chances are you've seen -- and screamed at -- some of Ed Edmunds' work, whether you realize it or not. The artist is responsible for creating the creepy animatronics in haunted houses all over Colorado, as well as for making custom projects like set pieces for Alice Cooper. Edmunds' Greeley c ... More >>
Flickr The prairie dogs of Peña Boulevard are getting evicted. As the Denver Post reports today, RTD is attempting to relocate hundreds of critters living along the route of the future train to Denver International Airport. If they can't find new homes, another option is to kill them and ma ... More >>
Bert is icey like Ceddy Bu.How's this for a job: You ride a bunch roller coasters, and then you make a television show about you riding a bunch of roller coasters. That's pretty much the job of the Travel Channel's Bert Kreischer, better known as Bert the Conqueror, whose show features him tr ... More >>
Lori MidsonAccording to celeb chef Susan Feniger, Biker Jim's elk dog is one of those things that you must eat before you die.Four years ago, Susan Feniger, Food Network personality, star chef, restaurateur, a leading authority on Latin cuisine and proponent of street food, was in Denver bum ... More >>
It's impossible to say what the weirdest part about this photo is. The only albino alligator in Colorado -- and it's pretty weird that there is even one -- celebrates his birthday tomorrow. Well, it's not really his birthday, but it is the first anniversary of his arrival at the Colorado Gato ... More >>
Photo courtesy Discovery ChannelRyan Van Duzer on the Discovery Channel's "Out of the Wild: Venezeula"Tune in to the Discovery Channel tonight, when Ryan Van Duzer (Boulder's "Out There Guy" endurance athlete and adventure journalist) gets dropped off at Angel Falls with a bunch of annoying p ... More >>
Somehow did not die.Let's say you're trying to get to the top of Mount Rainier in Washington State. You're walking along with your buddy across a snow bridge, and all of a sudden it collapses, plunging you into an 80-foot-deep crevasse, causing an avalanche and killing your buddy, leaving you ... More >>
Is Ted Haggard ready for his closeup?Update, 11:25 a.m.: Ted Haggard has made his announcement. It involves a launch party for his new church and a possible documentary. Details below the original item, published at 8:36 a.m. Today at 10:30 a.m., embattled Colorado Springs evangelist Ted Hag ... More >>
It's almost time for the Winter Olympics, which means we all get to pretend like we care about a bunch of sports that normally only get "televised" on places like icenetwork.com. Men's figure skating, for example, which features one Johnny Weir. His reality show debuted last night on the Sundance Ch ... More >>
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The 2009 Deuce Coupe More driving excitement created by Chrysler and Denver TV station CW2 "The Deuce," the Deuce Coupe is a fecal-diesel/electric hybrid that is perfect for the urban-centric lifestyle. The body is made from four scratch-and-dent-resistant porta-potties that can be left unlocked ... More >>
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