Jeremy Hubbard took over Channel 31's weekend anchor slot from Phil Keating, who had a lock on great locks. That's a big barber chair to fill, but Hubbard is up to the challenge. His follicles frequently shoot skyward like geological outcroppings, yet the shape and size of the ledges and projections tend to shift from show to show, and even segment to segment. As a result, watching Hubbard read headlines is akin to using time-lapse photography to observe the formation of Red Rocks -- which, like his hair, is truly a natural wonder.
Jeremy Hubbard took over Channel 31's weekend anchor slot from Phil Keating, who had a lock on great locks. That's a big barber chair to fill, but Hubbard is up to the challenge. His follicles frequently shoot skyward like geological outcroppings, yet the shape and size of the ledges and projections tend to shift from show to show, and even segment to segment. As a result, watching Hubbard read headlines is akin to using time-lapse photography to observe the formation of Red Rocks -- which, like his hair, is truly a natural wonder.


Many women who make the transition from radio to television aren't allowed on screen until they've been given the regulation beagle-ears haircut that's rightly regarded as a broadcast cliche. Fortunately, KOA-banterer-turned-sportscaster Susie Wargin has avoided this fate. Her lush, pre-Raphaelite tresses curl along the sides of her face or twist overhead like benign, dirty-blond variations on Medusa's snakes. This is the boldest and wildest 'do currently seen on the Denver tube. It has so much attitude that it could probably deliver the sports all by itself.
Many women who make the transition from radio to television aren't allowed on screen until they've been given the regulation beagle-ears haircut that's rightly regarded as a broadcast cliche. Fortunately, KOA-banterer-turned-sportscaster Susie Wargin has avoided this fate. Her lush, pre-Raphaelite tresses curl along the sides of her face or twist overhead like benign, dirty-blond variations on Medusa's snakes. This is the boldest and wildest 'do currently seen on the Denver tube. It has so much attitude that it could probably deliver the sports all by itself.


Back when being a columnist for the Denver Post was his main gig and not an occasional sideline, Woody Paige looked like his hair had been scissored by someone who used a Tupperware tub to compensate for far-sightedness. But after being chosen to dish on ESPN's Around the Horn a few years back, Paige put his sorry mane in the hands of professionals, and they dragged him into the 21st century. Today, as a New York-based regular on Cold Pizza, ESPN2's morning show, Paige is practically the hair-product poster boy. Sure, he may mess with mousse a little too often, but his crazy coiffure is the perfect complement to his cartoony yammering.
Back when being a columnist for the Denver Post was his main gig and not an occasional sideline, Woody Paige looked like his hair had been scissored by someone who used a Tupperware tub to compensate for far-sightedness. But after being chosen to dish on ESPN's Around the Horn a few years back, Paige put his sorry mane in the hands of professionals, and they dragged him into the 21st century. Today, as a New York-based regular on Cold Pizza, ESPN2's morning show, Paige is practically the hair-product poster boy. Sure, he may mess with mousse a little too often, but his crazy coiffure is the perfect complement to his cartoony yammering.


Channel 9 morning anchor Kyle Dyer, a past winner of the coveted Best Hair honor, gave birth to daughter Elizabeth on Friday, January 28. The following Monday, the first footage of the baby was aired by the station, and Dyer's on-air partner, Gary Shapiro, noted that Elizabeth had her mom's hairstyle. He was right: Only a weekend removed from the womb, the infant already had plenty of dark, luxuriant hair, and it looked fabulous. Check this space in twenty years or so, and odds are good that she'll be getting a nod in the adult category.
Channel 9 morning anchor Kyle Dyer, a past winner of the coveted Best Hair honor, gave birth to daughter Elizabeth on Friday, January 28. The following Monday, the first footage of the baby was aired by the station, and Dyer's on-air partner, Gary Shapiro, noted that Elizabeth had her mom's hairstyle. He was right: Only a weekend removed from the womb, the infant already had plenty of dark, luxuriant hair, and it looked fabulous. Check this space in twenty years or so, and odds are good that she'll be getting a nod in the adult category.
As the constant companion of Channel 31 traffic-helicopter pilot Rob Marshall, Dylan, a golden retriever, doesn't have a lot of room to roam; viewers of Good Day Colorado usually see him lying on the floor of the chopper, waiting for his next Scooby snack. Yet despite these live-TV limitations, the camera, like the audience, loves Dylan, and his abundant coat is a big reason why. The morning light sets it to shining, and the dog basks in the rich glow like the four-legged celebrity he is. Let the fur fly!
As the constant companion of Channel 31 traffic-helicopter pilot Rob Marshall, Dylan, a golden retriever, doesn't have a lot of room to roam; viewers of Good Day Colorado usually see him lying on the floor of the chopper, waiting for his next Scooby snack. Yet despite these live-TV limitations, the camera, like the audience, loves Dylan, and his abundant coat is a big reason why. The morning light sets it to shining, and the dog basks in the rich glow like the four-legged celebrity he is. Let the fur fly!

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