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Join the DuckDuckDeal Treasure Hunt tomorrow at 4

...when the digital purveyor of local eatery deals will reveal the clue leading to Rubber Ducky & Treasure Map Fragment #2.

Jay Leno will headline Children’s Hospital Gala 2010

Here’s a wayyyy early heads-up for your chance to hear Jay Leno live and support an important cause: Late night funny man Jay Leno will headline the 2010 Children’s Hospital Gala on Saturday, September 11, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. The theme of this year¹s Gala, “What Matters Most,” […]

Pints for the People, Wednesdays at Upslope Brewery

Raise a pint and send some bucks to There With Care every Wednesday in July.

Absolute Vinyl, Bart’s new Shack keep the music playing in Boulder

If you thought there was no place left to buy records in Boulder, think again.

Big Freakin’ Deals for Father’s Day

A brief, non-exhaustive list of Father's Day specials in the area. Also a rant about gender stereotypes.

FLEX bus makes Larimer County accessible to Denver/Boulder/Longmont commuters

As of this month, you can get from Longmont’s 8th & Main RTD station all the way to the downtown Fort Collins transit center on a single bus, passing through Berthoud and Loveland along the way. The bus that will take you there is the FLEX, “the newest, most flexible route in northern Colorado.” Effectively […]

Denver Archbishop Has Wrong Response to Terrible Attack on Pregnant Woman

Co-authored by Sara L. Ainsworth, National Advocate for Pregnant Women Earlier this year, Michelle Wilkins was the victim of a horrific crime; she was beaten and stabbed, and the baby she was expecting to give birth to was cut from her belly. Show More Summary

'Some Folks Look for Answers' -- How the Grateful Dead Came to Announce Two Additional 'Fare Thee Well' Shows

When promoter Peter Shapiro became aware of the article I wrote last month, "Ladies and Gentlemen, Not the Grateful Dead," taking him to task for the way ticket sales were handled for the Grateful Dead's "Fare Thee Well" shows, scheduled for July 3-5 at Chicago's Soldier Field, he had two choices: 1. Show More Summary

The Other Marijuana Boom

When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in January of 2014, it promised to be a boom for those who were ready with their brick and mortar stores and new licenses. Growing as rapidly as weed are ancillary businesses that cater to these new marijuana pioneers. Show More Summary

There Is No Formula or Timetable for Athletic Success

Wouldn't it be great if sports had a formula that you could follow to be successful? Imagine if you had a list of things you simply needed to do (for example, get into shape, hone your technical and tactical skills, get your equipment...Show More Summary

Departing Denver Post Writer Worries that Journalism becoming "Low-Wage Profession"

Creating yet another gaping hole at Denver's leading news outlet, Alicia Caldwell ended a twelve-year run at The Denver Post Tuesday, when she left the newspaper for a job as communications director for the Colorado Department of Human...Show More Summary

WILD Summit Draws Hundreds to Colorado to Discuss Women in Leadership

Colorado is again home to the Women Inspiring Leadership Development (WILD) Summit, now in its third year. The WILD Summit is an annual event of The Women's Council, in partnership with The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. Show More Summary

The People Who Weren't Kidding

"Chicanos are Mexican Americans who aren't kidding!" —Dan Guerrero I love that Dan Guerrero came up with this shorthand definition of Chicano; it succinctly captures both a personal reflection and a communal experience. Dan is an...Show More Summary

Millions Could Lose Coverage in Latest Challenge to Affordable Care Act

The Supreme Court, once again, holds the fate of the Affordable Care Act in its hands. The first challenge to the law involved significant constitutional questions. This time, not so much. The latest challenge, King v. Burwell, does not raise important constitutional issues -- the ACA was already ruled constitutional. Show More Summary

The Day I Realized No One Cares About Woodstock

As the Huff/Post50 senior writer, I'm regularly sent books on topics that publicists think are of interest to our audience. This includes things like cookbooks with recipes promising to cool down hot flashes and explainer books on how to succeed at online dating if you are 50+. Show More Summary

Do Orcas Go Crazy Because of Petting Pools, Loss of Trust, and False Hopes?

The violent death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau in the jaws of an orca named Tilikum in early 2010 triggered a series of journalistic articles and books on the history and conditions of orca captivity resulting in severe injuries...Show More Summary

My Q and A With Insomnia Expert Gregg Jacobs

Gregg Jacobs is an insomnia specialist at the Sleep Disorders Center at the UMass Memorial Medical Center and the author of Say Good Night to Insomnia. In answer to my questions, he shared his insights on how human sleep patterns have...Show More Summary

The High Life in Beaver Creek

Hotels can be aspirational: you can actually aspire to a hotel in the same way that you might covet a car, or a bracelet, or a house on the beach. There was a time -- in a galaxy far, far away -- when a person could live in such a hotel. Show More Summary

Let's Appreciate the Post's Coverage of City Council Races--While We Can

God love The Denver Post for actually factually covering Denver's city council races with a little bit of breadth and a little bit of depth. You can find a story here and there by other news entities, including the neighborhood newspapers. Show More Summary

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