Same-sex couples can once again obtain marriage licenses in Denver, thanks to a ruling issued today by the Colorado Supreme Court and on view below. The high court lifted stays against Denver County Clerk Debra Johnson and the clerks in Boulder and Adams counties, allowing all three to begin issuin ... More >>
Susan Greene."Trashing the Truth," a 2007 series by Miles Moffeit and Susan Greene about DNA evidence, remains the finest piece of journalism by the Denver Post over the past decade -- a controversial but deserved Pulitzer Prize finalist. Three years later, however, neither writer works for t ... More >>
Michael Ledwitz dresses up nicely.The Denver Post apparently has a policy against having any fun on the subject of Denver Magazine. The September edition of the glossy featured a cover shot of Channel 31 anchors Libby Weaver and Natalie Tysdale in a naughty-lesbos pose that could have doubled ... More >>
Post journo David Harsanyi's Capitol ideas could bring him more capital. When past Westword profile subject David Harsanyi hit town back in 2004, he was the token conservative columnist in a sea of liberalism -- but somehow, he managed not to drown. Far from it: Last September, he released Nanny S ... More >>
As noted in the December 13 Message, the Denver Post recently named two new metro columnists, Susan Greene and William Porter (pictured), whose charge is to write memorably about local doings without chaining themselves to any one ideological viewpoint. In their bows, which saw print on December 16 ... More >>
A Boulder land grab grabs lots of attention.
The Denver Post has been on a columnist search ever since word leaked that longtimer Diane Carman would be moving on -- the topic of this blog. Moreover, Post editor Greg Moore made it clear in the October 25 Message that he was hoping to find a strong internal candidate to fill the position, as opp ... More >>
The Post moves staffers outside their comfort zones.
The dailies are looking for characters.
Expect the anniversary of 9/11 to bring out the media's worst.
Twenty-year-old Highlands Ranch has grown into a mega-planned community of mythic proportions.
A mislabeled photo, an error-filled column, a missing attribution: The Post is on a hot streak.