Aurora Sentinel reporter Quincy Snowdon is traveling with a U. S. State Department group of journalists to Pakistan for two weeks, as part of an international exchange meant to create better understanding between the two countries
Amanda Shires has a fine sense of humor, which may be why a single measure at the start of “My Piece of Land” is propelled by handclaps. They seem odd and out of place, but funny
What’s not to love about Pretty Yende? Her voice is delightful, her personality sparkles, and her story is inspiring
Only one thing can save me from this. A cold blizzardy day with the snow piling up like laundry in the hamper in my daughter’s room
There is no stubborn like Eric Nelson stubborn. Seems the happy-go-plucky Aurora Public Schools board member just keeps right on keeping on the school board, even though folks there have done everything in their power to throw him off, out and about.
We’ll be judged in the very same way generations have been judged by how they dealt with George Wallace, David Duke, Joseph McCarthy, Adolph Hitler and Manuel Noriega. We will all soon have to own up to how we handled the Trump nomination
Trump is a geyser of mistakes, hyperbole, bloopers, gaffes, howlers and outright lies, and the media is irresponsible in not being more forthright about immediately debunking what he says, essentially as he says it.
People will probably pose for selfies with Neil Devlin until the end of time, but unfortunately they won’t be able to read his stories in the Denver Post anymore.
AURORA | Overland’s Alijah Halliburton and Smoky Hill’s Rachel Whipple both earned the highest distinction possible for a prep athlete in the Cherry Creek School District, as they were awarded the Kurby Lyle Award for 2015-16.