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Three Ways to Take Advantage of Opportunities Created by Coronavirus

Our lives have all changed due to coronavirus. It has fundamentally altered our work, school and off hours pursuits. You can’t watch TV without seeing a commercial for COVID-19. The news starts with the stats on the virus—either nationwide or locally, depending on the broadcast. For those who are working, there are emails, meetings, and […]

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Grading the Broncos Draft – No Pass/Fail Allowed

The 2020 NFL Draft was a little different this year to say the least.  Players sat at home on modest couches in comfortable clothing waiting for phone to ring. The Commissioner was booed as usual, but via Zoom versus the crazed fans that generally lament him in person. And the regular draft day commercials that […]

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The Expanse of Dreams

The Room is currently streaming on Shudder.   Some people love home renovation projects. Can’t get enough of them. I am not one of those people, due to a comical lack of handyman skills. An example? My involvement in a house painting project with my wife ended with an irritated lesson in proper brush techniques […]

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The NFL Draft – And It’s Not a Replay!!!

With apologies to the Johnsonville Cornhole Championships that recently aired on The Ocho, Thursday night marks the return of live, meaningful sporting events.  The NFL Draft will commence as scheduled despite the lack of medical examinations, face-to-face interviews, and private workouts of year’s past.  The Denver Broncos have 10 picks in this year’s draft, including […]

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Colorado to Reopen Gradually Beginning May 1

Gov. Polis’ stay-at-home order expires April 27, and the Governor is instead instituting a ‘safer-at-home’ model, with suggestions for how businesses can begin to reopen. Businesses will have guidelines that still implement the six foot social distancing rules that have been in place. The general public was given the following model: Encouraged to stay at […]

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[VIDEO] AF Thunderbirds in Flyover to Honor COVID-19 First Responders

  The Air Force Academy Thunderbirds performed a flyover yesterday after the Air Forcer Academy’s graduation in honor of the frontline COVID-19 first responders. Vice President Mike Pence originally was going to deliver the commencement speech virtually but made last minute adjustments on Tuesday and flew out to deliver the speech. “The Thunderbirds are thrilled […]

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Language!

Coffee & Kareem is streaming on Netflix.   We can’t help what we find funny. Who knows where it comes from in the first place? We all have those particular peccadillos that crack us up and make little to no sense. That’s just it—our sense of humor is simply that, a sense. There’s no logic, […]

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The Answer to Shortened Seasons, Missed Games, and Modified Schedules

While the hungry sports fan has to settle for games of H.O.R.S.E, NBA2K, and replays of March Madness from 1992 as the world quarantines, there has been some optimism recently as many leagues start to brainstorm about returning to their games. The NHL has reported that cities across the country have shown interest in hosting […]

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The Market at Larimer Square Shuts Down After 37 Years in Business

Restaurants are getting hit hard due to coronavirus restrictions, and even local favorites are not safe from failure. The Market announced that it will be permanently closing after 37 years as of this morning. The Market was not offering any curbside pickup or takeout during the outbreak, stating that they had too many employees and […]

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Performing Arts in a Time of Plague: Part I

As you may have heard, there’s something going around these days. Cough, fever, general malaise. You know the drill by now. As a person who makes a living at the edge of the performing arts community, these past few weeks have been…unusual. I’m happy to report that Colorado artists have continued on, creating beautiful things […]

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