Grant Stringer has covered everything from high-powered energy politics at the Capitol to reproductive rights and homelessness. He can typically be found running to press conferences in the heat of the summer while playing Fugazi and Ty Segall songs as loud as is humanly possible.
9 months ago | Activism
The local chapter of DxE has drawn attention and ire for trespassing on farms and documenting conditions with videos and virtual-reality cameras. The group is known to rescue — or steal, depending on whom you ask — animals that it feels are in dan...
11 months ago | Longform
Every Friday night since 2013, thousands of car enthusiasts have scanned their Facebook feeds, waiting for Manny Rivera to announce the first location and time of the weekly 1320 CC meetup (the club’s name is a reference to the length in feet of a...
12 months ago | Concerts
The Colorado Springs-based indie rock band is conflicted between building a music scene in the Springs and adding constructively to an already thriving culture in the Denver metro area.
1 year ago | Environment
Coal mining and coal-fired power plants declined dramatically in Colorado under the Obama administration, leading to a loss of jobs in areas like the North Fork Valley. So how exactly would the loss of the CPP impact Colorado?
1 year ago | Science
It's a question that most parents ponder at some point: What will your children look like? Will they be athletic, lactose intolerant? Denver-based HumanCode may hold the answers. Its BABYglimpse is a new app parents can use to determine basic trai...
1 year ago | News
What do you do when your mailman is unable — or unwilling — to deliver your mail? For some residents of an Arvada neighborhood, the answer is frustrating: not much.