Mark Udall.Looky here: Three Denver blog posts. Colorado Pols weighs the odds of Mark Udall and Michael Bennet backing or attacking Barack Obama's tax-cut compromise. Denver Egotist measures the Mile High City's awesomeness using Westaf's Creative Vitality Index. Get our your slide rule. I ... More >>
Betsy Markey.Over here, you Denver blog post fans, you. Colorado Pols offers the surprising news that Dem Betsy Markey has won the NRA's endorsement over the very conservative Cory Gardner. Them's shootin' words! Denver Egotist on the next creative hotbed: here. Inside the Rockies' Tracy R ... More >>
He's feeling good here.A Denver blogs three-pack. Inside the Rockies' Tracy Ringolsby tweets that super-pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez is battling the flu but is still expected to start tonight against the Red Sox. New strategy: infection. 5280's Michael de Yoanna notes that gubernatorial candidate ... More >>
"Of course, if I'm available, the Broncos would be crazy not to take me."Denver blogs are blogs about Denver. For more details, see these three examples. John Bena at Mile High Report thinks the Broncos would be smart to trade down from the number eleven pick in Thursday's NFL draft -- if Ro ... More >>
"Has everyone forgotten about me?"May these Denver blogs be with you. In his blog roundup, Bronco Talk's Mr. East links to a piece in which SI's Peter King wonders about the lack of love for Donovan McNabb, who'd previously been identified as a Broncos target. Now that Brady Quinn's arrived, ... More >>
Steve Foster at a March 16 INDenver Times press conference. The earlier blog headlined "INDenver Times Renegades Plan Rocky Mountain Independent" notes the participation in the online-magazine project of Steve Foster, once INDT's managing editor. Earlier today, Foster, who joins INDT vets David Mil ... More >>
"Ex-Rocky Mountain Newser Tracy Ringolsby Carrying On -- After Being Stranded by Scripps," published on March 5, shared an anecdote about the aforementioned Ringolsby, a Hall of Fame baseball writer who launched InsideTheRockies.com after the News went under. He was in Tucson covering the Colorado b ... More >>
Lots of folks expected that Hall of Fame baseball writer Tracy Ringolsby would be among the former Rocky Mountain News journalists who'd find a new home at the Denver Post, including us. He was one of the five Rocky stars we thought might soon be moving from one floor of the Denver Newspaper Agency ... More >>
Photo by Roger Kisby....And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead. Boys will be boys. Today in Backbeat Online: • Q&A with Conrad Keely of ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead. • House music comes alive tonight at the Funky Buddha. • Make your own 3Oh!3 puppet. Today in Cafe Society ... More >>
"Going Up," a sidebar to our main feature article about the for-sale sign hanging on the Rocky Mountain News, spotlighted five Rocky notables who the Denver Post should hire in the event of the tabloid's closure if it wants to lure its old rival's subscribers. But the roster is hardly a complete lis ... More >>
After the absolutely astonishing twists of fate that propelled the long-suffering Colorado Rockies into the 2007 World Series, I was filled with optimism that carried over into this season. But as the losses mounted and hints of the old ineptitude kept cropping up, I found myself musing about if and ... More >>
A What's So Funny special report from spring training in Tucson.
As pointed out in this blog, the Rocky Mountain News recently offered what was described as a "voluntary separation package" to fifty Rocky employees age 55 and older who have worked at the tabloid for at least ten years. This plan, which is intended to shrink the staff by twenty workers, or about t ... More >>
Coors Field needs a voice for the future.
Rocky Mountain News sportswriter Tracy Ringolsby's July 30 induction into the writer's wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame was a big deal -- and the Rocky made damn sure everyone knew it. The July 29 edition included an appreciation of the Colorado Rockies beat reporter by editor/publisher/president J ... More >>
Mike Klis vs. Tracy Ringolsby
At Coors Field, there's hitting on the field -- and in the press box.
Is a Post reporter offsides when it comes to the people he covers?
What gets lost in the heat of Denver's newspaper battle.