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Today in Cafe Society: • A brief (100 year) history of Sixth Avenue -- including a stop at Little India (pictured). • Oodles of noodles are coming to town. • Cheer! We're not number three in binge-drinking. • Prices, not expectations, are lowered at twelverestaurant.
Today in The Latest Word: • Colorado State University smells like... deer and locker rooms? • The connection between the Columbine massacre and terror attacks in Mumbai. • Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario: Denver lights up Good Morning America. • The Rocky Mountain News is put up for sale. • Early reaction to news about the sale of the News. Don't expect any high fives. -- Michael Roberts
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