We've highlighted a lot of quality flicks in our countdowns of the top ten movies filmed in Colorado and ten memorable movies set in Colorado but not filmed here. Today, however, we're focusing on cheese -- the most awesomely awful- and/or amazing-looking films featured on this list of movies set i ... More >>
Abebe Bikila was once the fastest long-distance runner in the world. He was so good, he could beat his counterparts -- while not wearing shoes. He set world records and reached unprecedented achievements in the Olympics. But then an auto accident left Bikila paralyzed from the waist down, never to r ... More >>
Japan's Mizuho Nasukawa made the most of the third annual Sports Authority Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, which took place in downtown Denver Sunday. Event organizers say her time of 2:37:05 was the fastest ever recorded by a woman in Colorado. Photographer Brandon Marshall was on hand to capture the scene ... More >>
Is Bobby Stuckey, co-owner of Frasca Food and Wine, Wine Enthusiast's Sommelier of the year? He just might be. But even if he isn't, one thing is for certain: Bobby Stuckey is a rock star.
In the future, people will go apeshit for fighting robots. That's apparently the half-assed premise of Real Steel, producer Steven Spielberg's latest bid to let technology do the work for him -- this time around in a more literal sense than usual -- in which Hugh Jackman plays an incredibly handsome ... More >>
For a limited time, Joshua Trinidad's debut EP, Weighing in for Pole Vaulting is a free download over on Bandcamp. Trinidad's trumpet has made appearances with the likes of Paul Riola, Ron Miles, Astrophagus and plenty others. And while his pedigree has been diverse, Trinadad takes a turn for ... More >>
Glenn Morris.The 1936 Olympic games in Berlin actually turned out to be Jesse Owens' Olympics, thank you, but the Führer oversaw the opening ceremonies, held 75 years ago today. And Colorado's ranch-born Glenn "The Simla Sensation" Morris won the decathlon that year and turned down $500,00 ... More >>
Molly Midyette has the odds stacked against her. She's serving a sixteen-year prison sentence over the 2006 death of her twelve-week-old son Jason Jay Midyette, a punishment she says she doesn't deserve because ex-husband Alex Midyette and his powerful family allegedly sabotaged her defense t ... More >>
You don't have to be a marathon runner to appreciate the relationship between food and your physical well-being. That's the message that Deena Kastor -- Olympic bronze medalist and former Alamosa resident -- plans to share in a cookbook that's not about counting calories and fat content, but ... More >>
Of the 42,000 runners who killed themselves finished the New York City Marathon -- the world's largest -- this past Sunday, Bobby Stuckey, the master sommelier at Frasca Food & Wine in Boulder, placed 283rd with a time of 2:47:23. That's right: the guy who drinks, pours, studies and explains ... More >>
Run to the hills for a half-marathon and chillin thrillin brew fest.
Some marathoners run; others drink.
Henry Cejudo on Channel 9. Colorado wrestler Henry Cejudo is big news in these parts, landing on page one of the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News after coming out of nowhere to win an Olympic gold medal in the 121-pound weight class. But NBC viewers have seen precious little of Cejudo. The ... More >>
The concept behind the Colfax Marathon seemed like a can't-miss proposition. After all, Colfax Avenue -- America's longest main street -- runs exactly the length of a marathon, and passes through some very colorful parts of three towns. But what worked conceptually didn't work in reality, according ... More >>
Why is this race skipping the best stretch of this street?
Slide show of the CU solar house as well as other houses from the 2007 Solar Decathalon. Just in time for Earth Day, the 2007 University of Colorado Solar Decathlon team is opening their house up for tours from 4 to 7 p.m. tonight. A team of CU architecture and engineering students spent two years ... More >>
Tony Krupicka takes his sport to new extremes.
CU students have twice won the Solar Decathlon. Can they make it a three-peat?
The University of Colorado team at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon in Washington DC is on a roller coaster of mini victories and defeats as the game heats up. This morning, the ride left people feeling uneasy, if not queasy. Yesterday, they took a mediocre 10th place when the resu ... More >>
The U.S. Department of Energy’s third Solar Decathlon is now under way in Washington, D.C. Two years ago, twenty university teams from the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, Spain and Germany began designing the world’s most energy-efficient solar homes. Their off-the-grid creations – now on display i ... More >>
See if you can last through ninety minutes of Buntport hilarity.
The Colorado Horse Park
The Jack-O-Launch is a smashing success
The Commish and pals want you to play along
Teva Mountain Games electrify Vail
A Colorado dark horse boosts America's marathon hopes.
Mile High Marathon stays the course
Vans Triple Crown of BMX lands in Denver
Forget those lazy days of summer. Coloradans like to push themselves -- right to the top.
The race is not always to the swift, but Pastor Tom ensures a godly effort.
Dogged by diabetes, Zunis are running on a path to prevention.
Mark Plaatjes just ran out of time.
Barry Hirschfeld reportedly shells out money in a suit over an ill-fated Denver marathon.
For Clydesdales, life on the run can be heavy going
THE MARATHON'S NOT OVER YET: MEXICO PRESSURES DENVER TO PAY THE RACE'S WINNERS.