Like many reporters, I've written plenty of stories about guns over the years. But I'd never fired one -- not a real one, anyhow. A gun-owning friend thought that was wrong given what I do for a living and set out to change it in a big way -- by arranging a training session for me with a semi-autom ... More >>
The current Chef and Tell interview with Marty Steinke, exec chef at Linger, has people talking all over town. Some of the talk is about Linger, but most of it was inspired by Steinke's comment that the "talent pool in Denver is so overrated." See the Chef and Tell interview with Linger's Marty Ste ... More >>
If you had to choose an ideal place and time for street racing in the Denver metro area, would you pick Kipling just shy of 10 p.m. on a Saturday night? Most of those with an I.Q. over fifty probably would answer "no." But a pair of drivers apparently decided such a stunt was a good idea -- and as ... More >>
SEAL Team 6 didn't retire after leading the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. The elite squad continues to get the toughest assignments imaginable, and even when they're successful, there can be serious collateral damage. Case in point: A rescue operation in Afghanistan saved a Colorado Springs phys ... More >>
Last week, we told you about Boulder Beer Company's cameo in an episode of Parks and Recreation -- but this wasn't the only Colorado brewery to get a little air time. A can of Dale's Pale Ale made it into a reenactment scene in SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden, which premiered on November ... More >>
The toastmaster.I watched Barack Obama's speech about withdrawing troops from Afghanistan more closely than any presidential address ever -- but not for the expected reason. I was a (sober) judge in a speech-related drinking game suggested yesterday by none other than super-conservative Rush ... More >>
Gary FaulknerThe death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of an elite American strike team sure put a crimp in the travel plans of Gary Faulkner, the Greeley man detained on the Pakistan-Afghan border last June. Armed with sword and pistol, Faulkner told authorities he'd been hunting the terrori ... More >>
Von Miller.How about some Denver blog posts about people who are still alive? Mile High Report's John Bena rounds up grades of the Broncos' draft -- with some of the lower marks noting the lack of a D-tackle among the team's picks. People's Press Collective: Rossputin's must-do list for Nav ... More >>
Frasca Food and Wine scored "Best Front of the House" in this year's Best of Denver, and with good reason. The employees are like epicurean Navy SEALs, making sure every guest's needs are met instantly and unobtrusively. But what if that guest is just recently out of diapers? Does Frasca's ce ... More >>
FlickrDurango's Richard Paul comes across as a helpful and chipper salesman in a just-released cyber-sheaf of court documents. Problem is, he's accused of selling an array of machine guns and other weaponry to undercover federal officers -- and when his Durango home was raided, authorities r ... More >>
A Denver court case reveals dirty trade secrets from the business of war in Iraq.
Impersonator Brett Allen Andrews will be wearing a uniform in court -- a jail jumpsuit.
Everyone loves a man in uniform. Especially Brett Allen Andrews.
The Denver pick-up artists come out from their lair. Look out, ladies!
Thirty miles of developments, drunks and dreams -- the ultimate road trip.
Bruce Willis plays a noble brute in the African jungle.
An Aspen man is blown away by an alleged job requirement.
War is fueling the star power of Colorado's -- and possibly the nation's -- ballsiest military analyst.
When terrorism hits home, Gary Cunningham will be ready.
Long Before "Asteroid," moviemakers made their mark on Colorado. A guide to some high and low points.