Here are 10 surefire ways to make an ass of yourself at a coffee shop. I've spent most of my life living in the Pacific Northwest. This means that essentially everyone I know has worked as a barista, including myself. So I understand that the barista is the unsung hero of the service industry -- especially in this part of the country. Show More Summary
I try not to miss any of the fact-checks of political ads on local TV. But somehow 9News' Aug. 21 "Truth Test" of an ad attacking Rep. Mike Coffman got by me. It was the ad showing photos of ostriches and claiming that Coffman has his...Show More Summary
Last month, Rep. Mike Coffman told long-time KOA talk show host Mike Rosen that a lot of scientists can't get climate-change research grants unless they "submit" to the "orthodoxy of climate change by the radical environmentalists." Some...Show More Summary
Thoughts for the Second Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com I would have liked to know what the drummer hoped and what she expected. We’ll never know why she decided to take a drum to the central markets...Show More Summary
Like one of those great old episodes of Reading Rainbow where Levar Burton visits some highly educational location, this week Joel and Ron take a trip to Rackhouse Pub inside Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey distillery to learn all about Colorado's craft spirits boom, which will be celebrated next month at the third annual Colorado Distillers Festival. Show More Summary
Take deep breaths.. the NFL is back. The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens open the 2013 campaign on the road (thanks to those skidding Baltimore Orioles) against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in a rematch of a thrilling...Show More Summary
The American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson have come together as partners in a new initiative -- Voices for Healthy Kids -- to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.
Rosen said on-air that he and Coffman are "friends," and Rosen admitted that he's "biased" toward Coffman. It showed in this interview; that's for sure. I'd like to think Rosen could do better.
Given how desired women are by political campaigns in Colorado, it's astonishing that Buck is already doing what he did during the last election. That is, trying to say abortion doesn't matter; no one cares about it.
Thomas, Wagner and Hillman are distinctly individual guys. However, none of them exhibit the thoughtless, carefree immaturity usually associated with American males in their 20s.
Still support for the kind of uncompromising anti-choice positions of Colorado politicians like Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck, Rep. Mike Coffman, and Sen. Rick Santorum (who won the 2011 Republican presidential caucus in Colorado), was evident at the conference anyway.
Steady access to capital is still a long ways off for pioneering local food entrepreneurs in Detroit. However, cooperation amongst entrepreneurs and mounting advocacy for innovative business structures are bringing secure funding into the horizon.
On Saturday, July 13, Frack Free Colorado joined Protect Our Colorado and dozens of other groups outside the Democratic Governors Association meeting in Aspen, Colo., to remind the state leaders, that good governors don't frack their people.
As the Middle East seeks to stabilize its markets after years of upheaval, a good corporate governance strategy can help create a strong and stable private sector that provides jobs, income, and wealth creation for its populations.
For Cathy and Catriona and their three children, everything is at stake. If the Supreme Court strikes down DOMA, Cathy could immediately receive approval of her green card application. If the law is upheld, she will be forced to move thousands of miles away from her spouse and children.
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.
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."
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.
You might think all sides of the abortion debate could get behind legislation making it a crime for a drunken driver to hit a pregnant woman and kill her baby-to-be, but think again.
If Republicans attack Andrew Romanoff on immigration, reporters should obviously spotlight Mike Coffman's own record on the issue.