♫ It's Friday, Friday ♫ Problem, Denver?Colorado Rockies blog Purple Row drills down into why the D-Backs have been bullying the Rockies for some time now: "Know Your Foe #34: Surprising D-Backs Hope to Continue Haunting Inconsistent Rockies." Thrillist has a bloggy take on the new loun ... More >>
Dick Wadhams has a big stick, and he's not afraid to stir with it.The pressure on Stephanie Villafuerte's nomination for U.S. Attorney shows no signs of diminishing. The release of a letter to Senator Mark Udall in which Villafuerte attempted to squash accusations that she'd accessed a crimi ... More >>
It's not quite the million-buck-a-year consulting job that Tom Daschle got working with former Tele-Communication Inc. honcho Leo Hindery's InterMedia Advisors, and it may not come with a private car. But former Senator Wayne Allard just took a job with The Livingston Group, a D.C. lobbying fir ... More >>
As pointed out in this morning's Wake-Up Call, ex-Senator Wayne Allard has taken a job with a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm, The Livingston Group. But in reporting about this development, neither the Denver Post, which blurbed the item, nor the Rocky Mountain News, which published a slightly large ... More >>
"DTV or No TV," a Message column in the January 22 issue, reveals that some people who've been receiving analog television signals for decades will likely lose free TV service entirely once the conversion to digital broadcasting takes place on February 17, the scheduled switchover date, or at some p ... More >>
Links: They're like hot links, but not as delicious and awesome. Send yours to email@example.com.Why do the Broncos suck? The answer is a guy named Gary in Houston. (Mile High Report)Sen. Wayne Allard and Rep. Tom Tancredo are riding into the sunset. Sunsets just got 34 percent more boring. (Fac ... More >>
For the most part, Colorado Public Radio's recent conversation with Wayne Allard doesn't exactly qualify as scintillating: big surprise. But Mike Saccone of Grand Junction's Daily Sentinel, whose "Political Notebook" feature qualifies as one of the better political blogs in the state, zeroed in on s ... More >>
Only eight blogging days until Christmas. Today in Cafe Society: • The List: Best hotel restaurants. • Happy fifth birthday to Mezcal, which will soon get a sibling. • Is the second Santa Fe Tequila Company drying up? • Smashburger is a smash in Wichita. Today in Backbeat Online: • Eric ... More >>
Peyton Hillis: One of the reasons the Broncos suck less than they did two weeks ago. The Latest Word is shredding through the Colorogosphere in search of quality blog-ness. Send your tips here. • The Rocky's Lee Rasizer has lots of theories on the Broncos' recent success. Some of them even make ... More >>
Wayne Allard. As soon as word surfaced that Wayne Allard was interested in the open post of Colorado State University chancellor, the folks at the left-leaning ProgressNow organization hit the apeshit button, arguing that Allard would be as bad a CSU administrator as he's been a U.S. senator. B ... More >>
The Fray are waiting for you. The hits just keep on comin'. Today in Backbeat Online: • The Fray is previewing new songs live at Snow Daze in Vail. • Talking golf and rock in a Q&A with Dead Confederate's Hardy Morris. • Apollo Sunshine's Sam Cohen gets the Backbeat Q&A treatment, too. • ... More >>
Mike Coffman. With so many competitive races in Colorado this year, it's something of a novelty to discovery one that's not close at all. So it is with the 6th Congressional District, currently represented by outgoing Republican Representative Tom Tancredo. When GOP officials left positions elsewh ... More >>
It's a strange day for Rockies fans. Our delegation to the House of Representatives in D.C., upon hearing that the Massachusetts delegation had introduced a resolution honoring the Boston Red Sox, decided they would draft their own touchy-feely, this-land-is-your-land-this-land-is-my-land, version o ... More >>
Today Colorado senators Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar, along with congressional reps Mark Udall and Marilyn Musgrave, gathered with Long's Peak as their backdrop and announced a "new" piece of legislation that was 33 years in the making. Allard spoke of the "immense tectonic forces" that shaped Rocky ... More >>
The long-running battle over a Lookout Mountain antenna farm has been declared at an end numerous times in recent years -- and this weekend's developments precipitated the loudest victory claims to date from those supporting the construction of a new broadcasting tower in the area. During the waning ... More >>
Helen Krieble wants to end all the horsing around over illegal immigration.
Today, Senator Ken Salazar blasted Colorado's other senator in a hand-delivered letter claiming that Wayne Allard and Representative Marilyn Musgrave have been using Rocky Mountain National Park as a "political pawn." To fully appreciate the indignant and injured tone of this broadside, check out t ... More >>
Cockfighting is banned in Colorado. But the feathers still fly.
Throwing a few back for Katrina relief.
Heaven Dragon's owner dreamed of serving the president. But his food is a high-sodium nightmare.
Checks and Balances
National Western takes a bow to the cow
Consider this your final exam on the past year. Cheating is encouraged, bribes will be accepted -- and grades will be posted at City Hall.
A tale of two Arnolds
Brave New World
June 5, 2003
March 6, 2003
Taco's New Tone
A hard-nosed TV reporter is peddling a new line -- of cosmetics.
Holy smokes! Only those with burning ambition will survive the 2002 Year in Review quiz.
Can't we all just get along?
Political commercials outnumber political reports on local television.
The Post denies accusations of slanted coverage.
Time's a-wastin' at Rocky Flats.
Things to do in Denver when it's dead
2001? What 2001?
Senator Wayne Allard