And when you walk into work on Wednesday, leaving your gloves and helmet on as you stroll through the workplace so everyone can see you biked to work (this is 100% my move), remember a kind thought for the people who actually made this smug act possible. Especially if they died in the first quarter of the 20th century. … [Read more...] about Market Street is car-free: A salute to the people who started this fight
Great hall of the people
I think the worst story comes out of Palm Beach County, where they were running three simultaneous recounts. They were using these ballot-counting machines. One of the workers thought the machine was going too fast and stuck a paperclip in it, which caused the machine to break and they couldn’t complete the recount. I mean, just really stuff that you would not expect that, in the 21st century, would be the way that people are running elections. … [Read more...] about Column: Will the 2020 elections be fair and safe from meddling? Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be bumpy
"But Margaret Court does not belong in that company or category. Nobody disputes her achievements on the tennis court, and her place in the sport's history remains as distinguished as it gets. Nobody wants to take away or diminish her career, least of all me. Margaret, Billie Jean and Rod were my childhood heroes. I wanted to be like them. … [Read more...] about Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe ‘sorry’ for breaking protocol over Court protest
On East Colfax, not a mile away from The Met and Mason’s, Third Culture Bakery is gearing up for its grand opening Feb. 9. Founders Sam ButarButar and Wenter Shyu started the bakery in Berkeley, Calif. in 2017, and decided to open in Colorado once they visited the area with their business partner Rachel Taber, who’s from Littleton. … [Read more...] about Think Denver is Colorado’s most innovative food city? Think again.
O’Farrell and I walked around the entire property, surveying the collection of buildings and open space, including a large vacant lot on the west side of the hospital. When we got back onto Third Street, he told me he was going to call for a study to explore buying, renting or leasing the property for housing, mental health care, addiction rehab and other services. … [Read more...] about Column: Momentum is building to use St. Vincent’s as a homeless service center. Let’s not squander it