The State of Colorado advertises itself as the home of "creative industries". While statistics are fuzzy, the National Assembly of State Art Agencies (NASAA) points...
A swimming pool. Your morning coffee. A fresh-looking lawn. What do they all have in common? Yes, you guessed it -- water. But for many here in Denver, we don't often think about water until we're told we must change our behavior to help conserve.
The president fulfills a constitutional duty when he nominates candidates to the federal courts. These nominations should be uncontroversial, but that is not reality in the U.S. Senate.
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From January to May Colorado, leaders worked on ways to move Colorado forward. These new laws bring opportunities, hope and safety to communities across the state. These top 10 will also bring great economic benefits to Colorado.
Can I reach deeply enough inside me now to express how much that, the idea and Jean Stapleton herself, has meant to me?
Every time I go diving I discover something new and wondrous, and too often signs of human disruption.
With so many moving targets and evolving channels, how can we know and show that communications strategies and messages are making an impact?
If he enters the race for governor, you hope journalists will report the smoke that's so often seen rising from Scott Gessler's pants. Let's hope that the fumes won't choke the other candidates, like Tom Tancredo and Gov. John Hickenlooper.
The last session of the Colorado legislature saw the passage of many historic bills on topics from civil unions to election administration and much more. It was striking, however, to see that the history-making changes did not extend to regulation of Colorado's oil and gas industry.
This week, we have some super-powered special guests: Charlie La Greca and Illya Kowalchuk, the organizers behind Denver Comic Con 2013 (May 31-June 2), who somehow managed to find time to stop by in the midst of putting together an event that's caused the whole city to go Comic Con crazy.
Rep. Gardner said Thursday that he and other House Republicans will stop the Senate's bipartisan immigration bill from becoming law. Gardner's tough-guy tone isn't what you'd expect to hear from a guy who told a reporter that it was "absolutely critical" to bring Latinos into the GOP tent.
As evidenced every day in so many ways, the new technological landscape brings many wonderful benefits to our family's lives and relationships. At the same time, as with any new innovations, this impact has a dark side.
Objectively, the word "moderate" does not come to mind if you look at the majority of Rep. MikeCoffman's record. There's no justification for journalists to label him as a "moderate."
Even if there was any evidence that a car sharing program might help alleviate the "final mile" issue, it should not proceed unless the city sells permits to anyone who owns a qualifying vehicle -- not just to certain car-share companies.
How does it feel if you beat someone who doesn't know you had the help of a computer to find your words -- words you don't even know the meaning of? How does that possibly feel good? Do you high-five yourself in the mirror after? Just you and your nasty little secret?
If you're mad about the Big Nothing that happened in Congress after the murders in Newtown -- no federal gun control measures passed -- well, get ready, because the next big fight over guns and public safety is already brewing. In Colorado.
If you've ever had the feeling that your lifestyle changes amount to tiny drops in a very large proverbial bucket, I invite you to consider taking one of these 'Top 5 actions' to fight climate change.
The "crazy" Zelda that has emerged in our popular imagination is as much Scott's making as The Great Gatsby itself. This is, in and of itself, part of the F. Scott legacy. His work depended on Zelda's silence.