So, you've got a kid, huh? Whether it's your own rambunctious preschooler or the bratty nephew you've been charged with keeping alive for the next five hours, the most important thing is leaving your house where valuables are liable to be destroyed and seeking refuge on somebody else's property. In ... More >>
The arrest of Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Krusinski on charges of sexual assault in Virginia has drawn condemnation from officials as high-ranking as President Barack Obama, and no wonder. After all, he was the Air Force's chief of sexual-assault prevention. Krusinski is also a graduate of the Air F ... 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 Faulkner.Alan Prendergast's post suggesting five more targets for Greeley Osama bin Laden hunter Gary Faulkner prompted a surprising defense of the one-man army and David Letterman show fave. The scribe? A distant relative who thinks Faulkner came closer to finding bin Laden than did the ... More >>
Tim WirthFormer Senator Tim Wirth, a formidable opponent in the 1980s of the U.S. Army's big plans for its training site in southeastern Colorado, views possible expansion of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site as possibly a greater threat to the area's environment and economy today than it was th ... More >>
Jason R. Clark wants you.As we all know, the economy remains tough these days. But there are still jobs out there. Like, for instance, Lieutenant Governor of Colorado -- a position currently being advertised on Craigslist. No, it's not a joke. Jason R. Clark, an independent gubernatorial ho ... More >>
Director Rod Lurie has had Colorado on his mind in recent years. His 2007 film Resurrecting the Champ, co-starring Josh Hartnett and Samuel L. Jackson (with a cameo by John Elway), was partially filmed in Denver and based loosely on an article by J.R. Moehringer, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of ... More >>
From the week of August 3, 2006
Sir! No Sir! recounts the GIs who refused to ride the killing machine.
Welcome to McDonald's, where Steve Bigari is lovin' it.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
A year later, these female cadets are still waiting for an apology. A lawsuit may be their only hope.
Mike Miles could be the Democrats' choice in November.
Andrea Prasse was an honor student -- until she met the honor board.
These Air force cadets were ready to fly. Then the honor board crashed their careers.
As America prepares to invade Iraq, female Air Force cadets wage their own battle.
The "dull" Air Force Academy football team and its stoic coach zoom toward a bowl landing.
The DAM takes a fresh look at photography.
The Denver Art Museum salutes Western art by West Pointers.
POW-camp thriller provides a not-so-great escape.
Father Jim Sunderland chose to spend his life as a middleman -- between killers and God.
The peace process comes from a veteran's passion.
After a year on the Jefferson County bench, Brooke Jackson knows it can be a real hot seat.
Bill Gwaltney wants to see more people like him at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Weary Denver computer programmer Thom Lancy dreams of retracing the Kon-tiki expedition to the South Seas.
At the Blue Jay Inn in Buffalo Creek, life sews on.
A DEFENSE DEPARTMENT PROGRAM TO IMPROVE WOMEN'S UPPER-BODY STRENGTH HAS CRITICS FIT TO BE TIED.
THEY'VE SURRENDERED THEIR OLD HOME, BUT MEMBERS OF VFW POST #1 STILL HAVE PLENTY OF FIGHT LEFT IN THEM.