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          12/4/2018: IDÉES&DÉBATS: Dates clefs      Cache   Translate Page      
• 1957. Le psychologue Frank Rosenblatt met au point le Perceptron, réseau de neurones capable de reconnaître les lettres de l’alphabet. • 1987. Première conférence du NIPS (rebaptisé cette année « NeurIPS ») à Denver dans le Colorado, aux...
          Bengals WR A.J. Green in a Walking Boot; No Word on Playing Status      Cache   Translate Page      

Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was spotted in a walking boot on Monday but head coach Marvin Lewis declined to update his status according to Fletcher Page of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Green had been out since Week 8 with a toe injury but returned to the field on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. He did […]

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          Float Like A Buffalo announces album release at The Gothic Theatre in 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Denver’s own funk rock outfit Float Like A Buffalo has announced a show at the Gothic Theatre in Denver to celebrate the release of their self-titled debut full-length album. Float Like A Buffalo will welcome Brothers of Brass, 21 Taras and Graham Good & The Painters for their album release...
          Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For NFL Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
          Liz Phair announces world tour 2019       Cache   Translate Page      
Liz Phair has announced world tour dates in 2019. The live trek will kick off on March 2 in Tempe, Arizona before she heads out for several dates in Australia then returns to the U.S., where the tour includes a stop at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado on March 24 (Tickets) and concludes in...
          Ska Waiter Would Like to Tell You About The Specials      Cache   Translate Page      

DENVER — 32-year-old ska fan and newest hire at Shimmy’s Diner Annie Mugg was delighted to have a family of diners ask her again about…

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          Sr Unix Systems Administrator      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Greenwood Village, BridgeView IT is seeking a Sr. UNIX Administrator located in Denver, CO (DTC). BridgeView IT is seeking a Sr. Unix Administrator for a three to six-month contract to hire role with one of our top clients. This role is located in Greenwood Village, CO. The Sr. Unix Administrator will have experience with Linux and Solaris administration, automation, orchestration, and container technologies – stron
          Unix admin      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Denver, Solid understanding of UNIX/Linux Operating Systems - Red Hat, HP-UX Solid design and build experience of reference implementations of components and interfaces with new technologies. Solid understanding of currently used UNIX/Linux files systems - EXT2,3, GFS, NFS, XFS Solid experience in designing for critical areas of security, performance, capacity and maintainability Excellent understanding o
          Klimawandel kommt, auch wenn Donald Trump nicht dran glaubt      Cache   Translate Page      
US-Präsident Donald Trump hat Warnungen von US-Fachbehörden vor wirtschaftlichen Folgen des Klimawandels beiseite gewischt: Trump glaubt nicht an Milliardenverluste durch Klimawandel. Ach, was sind schon Beweise gegen eine Ahnung. Das Bauchgefühl regiert, auch weil es so viel einfacher ist. Die Quittung wird kommen, denn bisher traf ja alles irgendwie ein, was Wissenschaftler voraus gesagt hatten. […]
          Sunday Snapshot for the Start of December      Cache   Translate Page      
toiles from the house of dior
Toiles from the House Dior

Currently Reading:

Still slogging through The Silkworm and The Woman in White. At this rate I'll probably finish TWiW before The Silkworm.

Movies:

das  boot
Das Boot, starring, idk, German guys

My dad made a friend who used to work on a submarine, and now he's forcing him to watch all these sub movies. I actually watched this in high school German class, but had forgotten a lot about it. For example, HOW FREAKING LONG IT IS. Other than that it's surprisingly good. It's more about the psychological warfare between the Germans and the English than explosions and shootings. And even though it is insanely long–I'm talking LotR level of self-indulgence here–it's very tense and will keep your attention. A classic for a reason!

the crimes of grindelwald
The Crimes of Grindelwald, starring all the people from Fantastic Beasts + Johnny Depp, Jude Law, someone who may or may not be Shawn Mendes, and Zoë Kravitz

UHG. Well, as you know, I liked Fantastic Beasts even though it felt strangely hollow. But this movie... smh. Redmayne is still awesome, but the script is an absolute disaster. Everything the characters do comes out of nowhere, there doesn't seem to be a plot, and the actors spend an inordinate amount of time awkwardly STARING. At each other, at things, stare stare stare. I told my mom if they'd only cut the staring out the movie would have been 90 minutes long! But then the dialog wasn't exactly sparkling, so perhaps staring was the best option.

And don't get me started on the WTF elements like Queenie brainwashing Jacob, Nagini's role in the film, or the fact that I still have yet to know what crimes Grindelwald committed during the course of the movie. Aside from the crime of stealing two and half hours of my life, that is.

SKKIIIIIIPPPP

green book
Green Book, starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen

In the 1960s a Brooklyn nightclub bouncer is hired by a record label to drive a pianist around and "take care of things" during his tour. Why? Because the tour is in the Deep South and the pianist is black.

This is a well-made film with awesome performances by Mortensen and Ali, great set and costume design, and a story that's entertaining and touching without being sappy or maudlin. I truly enjoyed watching it, but after thinking about it more, certain aspects started to bother me. For example, the hero of the story is clearly Tony–Mortensen's character–and Dr. Shirley's character is never really fleshed out. How did he wind up a fancy-pants piano player who lives above Carnegie Hall? Where was he born? Where did he go to school? Why aren't he and his brother speaking? None of these questions are ever addressed and others, like what's driving him to do this tour in the Deep South, are given the yada yada treatment. "You know, genius and stuff, yada yada yada." I don't think it's a bad movie by any means, it's just definitely a film about race for white people that feels like it didn't put a lot of thought into the one black character.

This month in heidenkindom:

My big announcement this month is that I GOT A JOB! Like, a full-time job with benefits and whatnot. It's at a university and I'll be working in communications. Pretty exciting, although I'm not looking forward to getting up every morning.

Other happenings this past month included a trip to Denver for Dior: From Paris the World. I'm no fashion expert, but this exhibit was pretty impressive. I loved the exhibition design and wish I'd taken an audioguide, as the signage was minimal. A show well worth seeing if you're in the area! Here's a link to my article about it on Dropbox if you're interested in learning more.

I would write more but I'm STARVING and this computer keeps giving me the spinning ball of death whenever I try to add more pics to this post, so I think I'm just going to give up and make dinner. Have a great week everyone!




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          Utility aims for zero carbon emission from electric plants      Cache   Translate Page      

DENVER (AP) — A utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states says it will try to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050. Xcel Energy made the announcement Tuesday in Denver. CEO Ben Fowke says the company set the goal as a response to climate change. He acknowledged not all […]
          Summit Energy Services Announces Merger with Schneider Energy Consulting      Cache   Translate Page      

DENVER, Dec. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Summit Energy Services and Schneider Energy Consulting, providers of oilfield drilling & completion supervision in the Rockies, have announced a definitive merger agreement. This merger was formed to enhance our clients' experience while strengthening...


          12/4/2018: REPORT ON BUSINESS | SPORTS: Take flight      Cache   Translate Page      

Denver’ forward Paul Millsap watches as the Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard rises to the basket during their game in Toronto on Monday. The Nuggets, tied for first in the West and riding a five-game win streak, promised to deliver the Raptors perhaps their...
          The Strangest Little Schools in Iowa      Cache   Translate Page      
I thought Florida had a monopoly for oddly-named high schools, but Iowa is a close second.

1. Denver-High School in Denver, near Cedar Rapids.  Named after the city in Colorado for no apparent reason.









2. Wapsie, a farming community on the banks of the Wapsipinicon River, near Cedar Rapids, no longer exists, but it's given its name to Wapsie Valley High School in Fairbank, Iowa.

Sounds like what you say when you drop something.












3.Williamsburg is not the colonial city in Virginia, but a small town on Interstate 80 between Iowa City and Des Moines, draws travelers with its outlet mall.  I've never been tempted, thanks.









But I might want to watch Williamsburg High School football training.
















4. Lake Mills High School in Lake Mills, which is nowhere near a lake with that name.  It is near the town of Northwood, with Diamond Jo's Casino and the Iowa Rest Stop, where I had a glimpse of supreme beauty a couple of years ago.














5.  Nearby Manly, one of my favorite adjectives. It's the site of this cute 100-year old Baptist church.















And some manly football players at Manly High.


6. Linn-Mar High sounds like a housing development.  It actually draws students from both Linn County and Marion. 










7. Moc-Floyd High School sounds like you're mocking a guy named Floyd.


















8. Riceville High School in Riceville, Iowa, population 502.  They don't actually grow rice in Iowa; it was named after the Rice Brothers.



















9. Adel DeSoto Minburn High in Ames sounds like the name of someone with a Hispanic and Scottish ancestry, but it actually draws students from three counties.  DeSoto is named after the conquistador.


10. Indianola High in Indianola, Iowa, south of Des Moines, was named after a town in Texas, which was named after "Indian" and "ola," the Spanish word for "wave."  Unfortunately, the -ola suffix in English is used for commercial products, like floor wax.


          Dec. 3: The Nylander saga is over      Cache   Translate Page      
On Monday's PTS, Bob McCown is joined by co-host Shi Davidi in the first hour, where the two talk to the Boston Globe about MLB's offseason and the NCAA's College Football Playoff bracket (10:49) followed by Canadian weightlifter Christine Girard, who was awarded two re-allocated Olympic medals today from the 2008 and 2012 Games (37:14). Stephen Brunt returns and checks-in to co-host the final two hours; him and Bob talk to Sportsnet's own Chris Johnston on the Leafs finally signing William Nylander to a new contract (55:25) before talking to the team's GM himself, Kyle Dubas, on exactly how it all came together (1:06:40). The last hour, Bob and Stephen are joined first by Sportsnet's Michael Grange to talk about the Raptors' award winners and their defense potential against tonight's match-up against Canadian Jamal Murray and the Denver Nuggets (1:32:30). The show concludes with guest Michael Woods, publisher of NYFights.com and host of EVERLAST's TALKBOX podcast, weighing in on what some thought was a controversial split decision in this past weekend's Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight fight (02:00:56).
          12/4/2018: BASKETBALL: Nuggets halt Raptors’ winning streak      Cache   Translate Page      
Nikola Jokic might be known as The Joker, but he and the Denver Nuggets definitely aren’t a joke. The 7-foot Serbian’s brilliant offensive mind was on full display as he and an excellent Denver side cooled off the Raptors 106-103 on Monday night in a...
          AUGUST 2019! Cheap flights from Denver or Portland to Hawaiian islands from just $366!      Cache   Translate Page      
Peak summer trip to Hawaii!
          Octapharma USA Sponsored Bombardier Blood Presented By Denver Mountain Climber During Special Hometown Screening      Cache   Translate Page      


          Denver officials want to erase low-level marijuana offenses      Cache   Translate Page      
Denver officials are planning to clear thousands of marijuana convictions prosecuted before its use became legal in the state. Colorado was among the first states to broadly allow the use … Click to Continue »
          Broncos waiving Cyrus Kouandjio      Cache   Translate Page      
With the Broncos choosing not to put cornerback Chris Harris Jr. on injured reserve, they needed to make room for the addition of cornerback Jamar Taylor. Denver will waive offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio in a corresponding move, Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post reports. Kouandjio signed Nov. 20 and played in the past two games. [more]
          Anderson .Paak - Saviers Road      Cache   Translate Page      

Sounds like: Mick Jenkins, SiR

What's so good?

What a bare month it's been for me in terms of new music. Even Anderson .Paak let me down a bit with his latest album, Oxnard; one too many blowjob skits and bit too much Dre influence for me. This "Saviers Road" is my top bop from the release. The best zest, or a lil' fun run, if you will. I wouldn't just put up any potato tomato if I didn't think it was a winner, especially after not enjoying the pabulum album (pabulum is a real word, look it up). Anyway, my Denver Septembers, my top Hip-hop & beats tracks here.  

1. Original post: Anderson .Paak - Saviers Road

2. Find more music on Indie Shuffle's Indie Music Blog.


          2-year-old needs rare blood type to save her life, worldwide search is underway - ABC News      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. 2-year-old needs rare blood type to save her life, worldwide search is underway  ABC News
  2. Donors With 'Extremely Rare Blood' Sought for Florida Toddler Zainab, Who Has Neuroblastoma  Newser
  3. Florida girl with aggressive cancer in need of 'extremely' rare blood  Tallahassee.com
  4. 2-Year-Old Girl With Cancer Needs Some Of The Rarest Blood In the World  CBS Denver
  5. Zainab Mughal, 2-Year-Old South Florida Girl, in Need of Rare Blood to Fight Cancer  NBC 6 South Florida
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          (USA-CO-Denver) Chief Financial Officer (Rail)      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off and volunteer hours, education assistance and much more. + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Tuition Assistance Summary Balfour Beatty Rail (BBR) in Denver Colorado, is seeking a Chief Financial Officer for the Denver Transit Operations, which is part of the Denver Transit Partners team (DTP). This 29 year O&M obligation in JV with DTP, the Regional Transportation District selected concessionaire for the Eagle P3 Project, is comprised of a partnership between Fluor Enterprises, Inc. (a unit of Fluor Corp.); Balfour Beatty Rail Inc., ACI, Ames Construction and HDR. The Chief Financial Officer has overall responsibility for the financial operation of the organization, including budgeting and planning, change management, accounting and financial reporting, benefit administration including company 401K plan, managing the contract and procurement organization, oversees company warranty process and the administration of the small business enterprise requirements. Essential Functions + Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual reports summarizing and forecasting company business activities and financial position in areas of revenue, cost and profit based on the past, present and expected operations. + Develops credibility for the accounting department by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports, financial trends and cash flow projections. + Manages all Company banking. + Oversees payroll using the ADP payroll system. + Manages the department’s use of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Accounting System. + Manages contractual Small Business Enterprise program including reporting, good faith efforts and reporting to client. + Manages audits including internal, tax and 401K audits. + Manages the procurement of service contracts, spare parts, materials and supplies. Negotiates contracts with suppliers. + Develops and implements policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SOX, GAAP and other applicable regulations and standards. + Manages Accounts Payable, processing invoices and payments in a timely manner. + Completes cash forecast and cash management responsibilities. + Produces monthly invoices to the client, reflecting all phases of work and includes scheduled fixed payments and adjustments based on performance. + Manages the annual budget process, summarizing past expenditures, projecting future expenditures and prioritizing funding requests from departmental managers. Coordinates with departmental managers to make sure that their budgetary requirements are well documented. + Completes monthly, annual and project to date analysis of project performance driving company performance including identification of efficiency improvements. + All other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements + CPA or Master’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance, operations analysis or computer science required. + Minimum of ten years of professional level work experience in business administration, accounting, budget management or similar duties. This includes some experience in a supervisory role. + Experience in establishing and/or implementing policies and procedures to control business processes. + Experience in supporting personnel in operational and/or production roles. + Experience in negotiating with suppliers and subcontractors. + Experience in establishing, calculating and reporting performance indicators. + Experience in managing an accounting group. + Experience working within a Joint Venture enterprise. + Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and business accounting systems. + Must be eligible to work in the U.S., successfully pass a pre-employment background check, and credit check + Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy Preferred Requirements + A/E/C Accounting/Finance backgrounds highly desired, but, not required. + Ability to manage time and workload effectively. + Sound judgment. + Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends as necessary. + Ability to research and analyze or an equivalent combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-CO-Denver) Produce Assistant      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview Job Summary The Produce Assistant is responsible for assisting the Produce Manager in the successful operation and profitability of the produce department. Responsibilities Key Responsibilities include the essential functions, but are not limited to: + Providing World Class Customer Service as a number one priority. + Exemplifying integrity, responsibility, and excellence and adhering to all policies. + Creating an inviting, full and shopable produce department. + Assisting the produce department manager in ordering for the department and maintaining accurate inventory levels. + Assisting the department manager in managing margin, COGs and overall department profitability including minimizing shrink and maximizing effective purchasing. + Setting and maintaining the department on a daily basis including ensuring that the produce rack is consistently fresh, full and abundant throughout the day. + Culling, crisping, rotating and properly handling/storing produce. + Ensuring only certified organic produce is ordered and received. + Ensuring all in-stock products/conditions meet company standards. + Ensuring that all tools and equipment are cleaned in accordance with health department and company standards. + Receiving all incoming produce orders per company standards. + Offering and following up on special orders. + Assisting in training and monitoring department personnel. + Conducting active and passive demos. + Working with the department manager to address performance issues within the department. + Handling register functions including backup cashiering, managing customer returns, addressing customer complaints, and covering register shift changes, including those for scheduled breaks. + Maintaining the safety and security of customers and employees. + Answering customer questions per company standards and policies, including the use of Structure/Function statements and/or statements of nutritional support. + Continually increasing product knowledge. + Utilizing email and IS programs as needed. + Completing DSR and the closing cash processes may be required absence of any other qualified employee. + Working a schedule based on store needs which includes evenings, weekends, holidays. Position requires working five days, 40 hours per week and attending mandatory store meetings. + This position has limited Manager on Duty functions but is never intended to be the overall Manager on Duty for the store. Although this is a general outline of job responsibilities all employees are expected to be ''hands on'' and do whatever it takes to get the job done and make the company thrive. Qualifications Education, Skills & Experience + High School diploma, GED or equivalent preferred. + 1 year of experience in grocery, retail or produce environment preferred; natural foods background is a plus. + 1 year of experience supervising others preferred. + Ability to pass food safety training courses and/or certifications as required by law and maintain compliance by keeping certifications up to date and registered if applicable. + Ability to manage changing priorities and to stay focused with the task at hand. + Possess a sense of urgency in the completion of tasks. + Possess excellent customer service skills. + Highly organized with great attention to detail. + Ability to take direction and follow through. + Must be cashier trained and able to count currency. + Proficient in MS Word, Excel and Outlook This job description is not an employment contract. It does not guarantee a job or that the above listed duties are the limit of responsibilities. The job and job description are subject to change with and without notice. Employees are required to accomplish any and all tasks as assigned by the Store Manager and/or other corporate managers that may not be listed in this job description. Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later. Connect With Us! Not ready to apply?for general consideration. Job ID2018-9951 Address368 S. Broadway CategoryStores
          Le Central: Affordable French Dinning In Denver      Cache   Translate Page      
This must be what Christmas a lot in Florida. And also for the moment let’s in order to cooler ideas, 55 Christmas Balls to Knit by Arne & Carlos. Hunting at the cover of this book will draw you in. Hotel Morzine has wonderful deal to opportunity. Besides fabulous accommodation, hotel Morzine also has great ...
          The impact The Colorado Independent made for my family      Cache   Translate Page      

Dear Colorado Independent readers,  My name is Natalia Marshall. I am the niece of Michael Marshall, who was killed three years ago by Sheriff’s deputies at the Denver jail. Uncle Mike’s homicide devastated my family and me. What made it even worse was that, in the days, weeks and months that followed, the city gave us almost… Continue Reading The impact The Colorado Independent made for my family

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          Why I cartoon for The Colorado Independent      Cache   Translate Page      

Dear readers, Before Susan Greene asked me to contribute editorial cartoons to The Colorado Independent in 2014, I had spent more than three decades as a member of the editorial page staff at The Denver Post. Most of those years were great. But then came the cutbacks, the buyouts, the layoffs. What was happening at The Post played out in… Continue Reading Why I cartoon for The Colorado Independent

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          (USA-CO-Denver) Print Procurement Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
Print Procurement Specialist Tracking Code 41845 Job Description Ideal candidate will act as primary liaison and solution architect between customer, internal stakeholders and production facilities across multi-channel communication platforms. You will utilize strong project management skills and print and technology knowledge, to oversee, plan and coordinate the execution of print projects from production execution to warehousing/shipping. Ability to apply an understanding of customer’s business needs to build and maintain solid customer relationships through active engagement at all stages, monitoring customer satisfaction, and providing consultation in conjunction with RR Donnelley stakeholders. Required Skills General Responsibilities: + Primary point of contact for customer. Build constructive relationships with primary customer contacts and apply knowledge of customer’s business to partner with RRD stakeholder to assess and develop processes to deliver on service quality and solutions development for the customer. + Proactively identify and drive resolution to account challenges by leveraging RRD resources, external resources and technologies. + Review customer requirements for production capabilities and provide efficient and economical production alternatives as needed. + Resolve issues that may arise during production of customer products. Keep leadership and sales team informed of customer project status, progress, issues, enhancements and modifications as required. + Identity customer needs and opportunity to secure new business. + Analyze inventory and stock levels to maintain adequate stock and minimize waste/overage. Specific Responsibilities: + Work with Customer to manage their print and communication needs. + Assist, maintain and manage specifications, quoting process and order entry. + Manage vendor base for best fit to customer’s product and geographical proximity need. + Provide reports on spend, internal vs. external source, number of projects, cost savings and other reporting as required. + Ensure product stock is adequate for all distribution channels and can cover direct demand from customers. + Place orders to replenish stock avoiding insufficiencies or excessive surplus for items and kits. + Use software to monitor demand and document characteristics of inventory. + Collaborate with warehouse employees and other staff to ensure business goals are met. Required Experience + Bachelor degree in discipline related to functional work or role with 5-10 years of relevant work experience OR demonstrated ability to meet the job requirements through a comparable number of years of applicable work experience. + Ability to apply broad work experience and knowledge when analyzing complex problems. Must be able consistently identify critical elements, variables and alternatives to develop solutions. + Must be able to organize/prioritize existing resources and incorporate new information, as needed, to implement the most effective solutions. + Ability to communicate clearly and courteously with those who need to know of decisions/actions/problems. Ability to apply excellent business acumen and collaborative skills when resolving problems. + Able to apply excellent functional computer knowledge in utilizing Microsoft Windows, MAC, or other technical tools in completing assignments. RRD is an EEO/AA including Vets and Disabled Employer Job Location Denver, Colorado, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular Employee Referral Bonus eligible No
          Denver Nuggets Currently In 1st Place For The Western Division      Cache   Translate Page      
The Denver Nuggets are still riding high early in the season, but can they keep it going? Continue reading…
          Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For NFL Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
          12/4/2018: SPORTS: Nuggets make sure eight is enough for Raptors      Cache   Translate Page      

Nikola Jokic might be known as The Joker, but he and the Denver Nuggets definitely aren’t a joke. The seven-foot Serbian’s brilliant offensive mind was on full display as he and an excellent Denver side cooled off the Raptors 106-103 Monday night in a...
          Sales Manager Trainee - Denver Mattress - Casper, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Successful Management Trainees have come from administration, marketing, customer service, hospitality, automotive, real estate, insurance, warehouse/industrial... $40,000 a year
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          Recording for Menlo Park API documentation workshop now available -- and some thoughts on using cardioid versus omnidirectional microphones for recording      Cache   Translate Page      

I published the recording of the API documentation workshop that I recently gave in Menlo Park (on Nov 8, 2018). You can view the recordings on my API documentation site here: Recorded Video Presentations.

This API documentation workshop (which I mentioned earlier) was a full-day workshop, so there are more than 5 hours of recorded material here.

If you’re really into workshop recordings, you can also listen to the Denver API workshop that I gave earlier this year (March 2018).

Notes on recording – cardioid versus omnidirectional

For the Denver workshop, I used a Movo cardioid lapel mic. However, I think cardioid was the wrong choice because it requires you to have a consistent distance from the mic. When you’re presenting, you might turn your head from side to side or up or down. cardioid mics are very sensitive to changes in position like this, and the volume fluctuated a lot as a result. Also, the audio sounded flat to me (though I fixed that somewhat in post-production following this technique).

For the Menlo Park workshop, I used a Shure omnidirectional lapel mic. Omnidirectional worked a bit better, I think. The sound capture was more of a consistent volume, and my voice didn’t sound as flat. I also applied some post-production enhancements to the audio. However, for video I mistakenly chose to capture the projector rather than my own computer screen, so the resolution isn’t as good as I hoped.

Both the Movo and Shure lapel mics have XLR inputs that I attach to a Zoom H4n Pro recorder, which I then put in my pocket (the setup is bulky).

The microphone I use to record my blog posts (like this one) is a Shure RE20 cardioid microphone, commonly used in broadcasting. While it is a cardioid microphone, it’s fine because when you’re sitting at a desk recording something, you can keep your mouth a consistent distance to the microphone. And close-up cardioid capture is superior to omnidirectional anyday.

Note that in the audio recording of this post, I switched around the various mics so you could actually hear the difference.

The Denver API workshop had quite a few views: 2,424 views for Part I, 970 views for Part II, and 433 views for Part III. I expect the Menlo Park API documentation workshop to have similar views, though the view count doesn’t matter too much to me.

Why provide free recordings for a paid workshop? As I mentioned in an earlier post (If writing is no longer a marketable skill, what is?), traffic to my API documentation site is now greater than the traffic to my blog. By putting information assets online for free, it adds to content discovery and visits, which in turn attract advertising and other benefits (like speaking engagements or readers for the API doc book I’m working on).

I think the way the Write the Docs conference posts video recordings of their events — but continues to sell out each year — reinforces the fact that people will still come to your event/site even if they can consume the content on YouTube for free.


          Business Process Architect      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Denver, Description: The successful candidate for the Business Process Architect position will have the responsibility to document, analyze, and provide recommendations for business procedures and enhancements in support of the State of Colorado’s integrated, vendor hosted, tax processing software package. The ideal candidate will possess multiple years of experience developing IT solutions systems proces
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          Milwaukee Rep Announces Cast of World Premiere MARK TWAIN'S RIVER OF SONG      Cache   Translate Page      

Milwaukee Repertory Theater is pleased to announce the complete cast and creative team for the world premiere of Mark Twain's River of Song, from the creators of The Rep's hit production Back Home Again: On the Road with John Denver Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman in the Stackner Cabaret, January 18 - March 17, 2019.

Mark Twain's River of Song cast features three dynamic performers Harvy Blanks (Jitney, Broadway), David Lutken (Back Home Again: On the Road with John Denver, Milwaukee Rep) and Spiff Wiegand (Indecent, Palm Beach Dramaworks).

Mark Twain's River of Song creative team includes director and creator Randal Myler, music director and creator Dan Wheetman, set designerKristin Ellert (McGuire, Milwaukee Rep), costume designer Leslie Vaglica (Grounded, Milwaukee Rep), lighting designer Greg Hofmann (Jesus Christ Superstar, Paramount Theater), sound designer Sarah D. Espinoza (The Arsonists, Strawdog), dramaturg Associate Artistic Director Brent Hazelton, and stage manager Audra Kuchling.

For performers and music lovers alike David Lutken will host his famous Hootenannies after three Thursday shows during the run on January 31, February 21 and March 14. Audience members for those performances are encouraged to bring in their own instruments and join in on the fun after the show sharing stories, song and revelry with David and cast.

Mark Twain's River of Song is an exploration of the music and culture of America's first superhighway, the Mississippi River. From the iron red water in Minnesota to the deep, dark Southern Delta, the river carries the stories and songs of the people. Performed by three world-class musicians, it's a journey through America's Heartland and features traditional songs like "Dance Boatmen Dance," "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," and "Deep River Blues."

Mark Twain's River of Song is a John D. Lewis New Play Development Program Production and is part of the Camille and David Kundert Stackner Season with Executive Producers Camille and David Kundert, Kris and Wayne Lueders and Adlon Partnership. The Rep is sponsored in part by The United Performing Arts Fund.

Mark Twain's River of Song runs January 18 - March 17, 2019 in the Stackner Cabaret. Opening night is set for Sunday, January 20th at 7pm. Purchase tickets at www.MilwaukeeRep.com, by calling the Ticket Office at 414-224-9490 or in person at 108 E. Wells Street in downtown Milwaukee.

For more information, please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com


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          U of Arizona is being sued once again for alleged discrimination against women in terms of salary and promotions      Cache   Translate Page      

The Arizona Board of Regents is once again being sued for pervasive gender discrimination at the University of Arizona.

In a new federal lawsuit, Katrina Miranda, an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Arizona, alleges that women in the College of Science are consistently underpaid and passed over for promotions with respect to their male colleagues. She is seeking class action status to represent the women across the college.

Miranda, who has been at Arizona since 2002, says that she and other women in her department have not received raises since 2011, while men in the department have seen their pay increase. Miranda also says that she was denied a promotion to full professor in 2016 by her dean and provost, even though her faculty colleagues recommended her for advancement.

That’s also despite the fact that she’s been assessed to have exceeded or “far exceeded” expectations in each of her routine reviews, and despite her many accomplishments, such as being honored as fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, in 2013.

The lawsuit alleges that such decisions at the administrative level are “completely disconnected from standards or metrics and are thus completely opaque,” and that the college dean, in particular, “exercises pay-setting authority in a black box.”

Women, reads the lawsuit, "are routinely disfavored.”

Miranda further alleges retaliation, saying that after she complained internally about what she saw as discrimination, administrators sought to reduce the size of her lab space, remove a prerequisite from one of her courses and block her from teaching a class she had designed.

“Despite Miranda’s strong record of research, service to the university, and contributions to the scientific community, the university has undercompensated and underpromoted her for years,” Miranda’s attorney, Andrew Melzer, said in a statement. “The lawsuit seeks to correct these ongoing wrongs, both for Miranda and for other female professors like her.”

According to public salary data cited in her complaint, Miranda has been paid between $9,000 and $36,000 less than male professors in her department with similar or lesser experience from 2016 to 2018. Miranda says that other women in her department have been similarly slighted.

Miranda earned between $97,000 and $100,000 annually between 2105-16 and 2017-18. By contrast, Arizona paid a male professor of chemistry who was hired and tenured at the same time as Miranda $130,500 annually for the last two years. Another male professor of chemistry who was hired just one year earlier than Miranda received a base salary of about $136,000 for each of the last two years. 

Miranda says that she has a stronger publication record than both men and has done as much service work as they have, if not more. Her research impact H-index score is almost double theirs, she says. Miranda also served as an assistant chair, while neither man has held a department leadership role, according to the complaint. 

Less experienced male faculty members also are paid more than women, Miranda says. A male professor of chemistry hired and tenured two years behind her earned $130,500 in each of the last two years, for example. And in 2011, the university gave that professor a $48,000 raise, bringing his salary to $120,000 annually. At the time, Miranda made $91,500. 

Miranda and other female associate professors approached their department chair about their pay. She was allegedly told be “patient.” But patience has not paid off. In 2011, there were seven other associate professors in Miranda’s department, the lawsuit says. Two additional male associate professors have since received salary increases while none of the female associate professors have.

Retention bonuses have been similarly distributed along gender lines, according to the lawsuit, and women allegedly know to avoid asking for them or risk professional repercussions.

Half of the associate professors in Miranda’s department are female, according to her complaint, but they are just one in every eight full professors -- the rank Miranda was denied.

Frustrated, Miranda complained to Arizona’s Office of Institutional Equity late last year. But her complaints have gone largely unheard, she says -- except for the consequences she’s suffered for speaking out.

Miranda is seeking $20 million in damages at trial via her would-be class action case -- and a change in the way her college does business.

In January, Patricia MacCorquodale, dean emerita of Arizona’s Honors College and a professor of gender and women’s studies, sued the university for gender discrimination, saying she was underpaid as compared to male deans. Janice Cervelli, former dean of architecture at Arizona and current president of Saint Mary’s College in Indiana, joined the suit in March. Cervelli alleges in that ongoing case that the difference between her pay and the average male dean’s was $80,000 annually in her last two years at Arizona.

Similar to Miranda, MacCorquodale and Cervelli seek to represent their female colleagues at Arizona in their $2 million collective action -- in that case, female deans. They are seeking back pay for lost compensation, along with damages and relief, via a jury trial.

The regents have previously said they do not comment on pending litigation, and a spokesperson for Arizona said Monday that the university is not commenting on either case.

Professors and administrators sue their institutions on a relatively rare basis, as lawsuits are expensive to pursue and courts typically defer to institutional judgment on personnel matters. But the two cases, while separate, may bolster each other. And there have been some recent legal wins for professors who take on their administrations. Most significantly, the University of Denver in May settled with the U.S. Employment Opportunity Commission for $2.7 million and agreed to change its law faculty compensation policies.

The EEOC took the unusual step of suing Denver in that case for violations of the Equal Pay Act -- which is also cited in the Arizona cases -- and federal nondiscrimination laws. That’s after seven female law professors complained that they were paid less than their male colleagues for the same work.

The original Denver complainant, Lucy Marsh, a longtime professor at Denver's Sturm College of Law, told the EEOC in 2013 that she was paid less than all of her full-time, male colleagues -- even those who were hired long after her. The EEOC found evidence of a pay gap in the college going back to at least the 1970s and engaged in talks with Denver about it. But the university did not take steps to remedy the situation, according to the lawsuit.

Six other women joined Marsh in the complaint. In 2013, it says, the university employed nine female full professors whose average annual salary was about $140,000, compared to about $159,700 for male full professors. No female full professor earned more than the average salary for male full professors.

Higher education’s pay gap is well documented, and reflects trends across the U.S. work force. Female administrators earn 80 cents on the dollar when compared to men, according to a 2017 report from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. That’s up just three cents from 2001, when the difference was 77 cents on the dollar. According to that same report, women made up about half of all administrators, but just 30 percent of top executives.

Among faculty members, 93 percent of all institutions pay men more than women at the same rank, according to the American Association of University Professors’ annual salary data. AAUP’s accompanying 2018 report said that women continue to face barriers breaking into the highest -- and highest-paid -- rank of full professor. Challenges include inadequate institutional support, sexual harassment and institutional reliance on part-time positions (in which women are overrepresented), along with unconscious bias, lack of mentorship and problems achieving work-life balance.

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Microsoft is a company where passionate innovators come to collaborate, envision what can be, and take their careers to places they simply couldn't reach anywhere else. This is a world of more possibility, more innovation, more openness, and more sky’s-the-limit thinking—a cloud- enabled world. Our mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. We aspire to build the experiences and tools that make it possible for every professional in any business or role to be much more productive. We're fueling digital transformation in order to make a difference in people's lives and in organizations across the globe. We are insatiably curious and always learning. We lean into uncertainty, take risks, and learn quickly from our mistakes. We build on each other's ideas and collaborate across boundaries to bring the best of Microsoft to our customers—because we are better together. It's our ability to work together that makes our dreams believable and achievable. Together we make a difference. We stand in awe of what humans dare to achieve and are motivated every day to bring digital transformation to our customers. We help them empower their employees, engage their customers, optimize their operations, and change the very nature of their products, services, and business models. We are customer-obsessed—we love learning about our customers and then developing solutions that meet their needs. **Responsibilities** As an Account Technology Strategist, you'll be acting as your customer’s virtual Chief Technology Officer, and will be expected to: * Utilize your knowledge of enterprise architecture and Microsoft cloud services (including the latest innovations and solutions) to create roadmaps to your customers' desired future state. * Build strong relationships with Chief Technology Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Security Officers, other technical and business decision makers, and the developer community as their trusted technology advisor. * Orchestrate activities across Microsoft and Partner resources to maximize business results, customer success and satisfaction. * Demonstrate change management leadership skills by assisting customers with new business models, process and workflow changes, and employee impact assessments as they move towards the desired future state. * Drive long-term growth by focusing on sustainable usage of cloud solutions that align to customer objectives and business value. * Share your broad technical knowledge of the Microsoft platform, our competition, and the industry with customers by sharing customer and general IT landscape insights with your Microsoft colleagues. Account Technology Strategists are unique in their: * Broad knowledge of Microsoft’s enterprise platform and their ability to map relevant Microsoft technologies to customer IT and business needs and priorities. * Ability to build long-term trusted technology advisor relationships that result in solid, meaningful strategic technology conversations. * In-depth knowledge of customer technology environments. * Ability to ensure that customers benefit from the latest Microsoft innovations and solutions **Qualifications** Key experiences, skills, and knowledge: * Proven ability to learn quickly, adapt, and master new concepts and technologies to drive their adoption and usage required * Strong technical skills required, with enterprise architecture experience or certification preferred * Experience in Business Consulting or Consultative Selling, and extensive experience working within Teams preferred * Excellent verbal and written communication skills, along with equally good listening skills is essential * Experience in Project Management preferred Education: * Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, similar information technology-related, or engineering discipline degree required. Master's degree preferred. * Additional training or education in Business, Sales, or Marketing preferred * Experience in Business Consulting or Consultative Selling is desired Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please send a request via the Accommodation request form at https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/accommodationrequest . Benefits/perks listed below may vary depending on the nature of your employment with Microsoft and the country where you work.
          Oraşul biblic Sodoma ar fi dispărut în urma exploziei unui asteroid. Ce au descoperit recent arheologii      Cache   Translate Page      
Explozia unui asteroid care a avut loc în urmă cu 3.700 de ani ar fi distrus oraşul Tall et-Hammam, notează Adevarul.ro. Acesta era situat în valea Iordaniei, iar arheologii susţin că acolo ar fi fost oraşul biblic Sodoma. Ipoteza despre unde se afla Sodoma este însă intens dezbătută în mediul academic. Potrivit Bibliei, oraşele Sodoma şi Gomora au fost distruse de către Dumnezeu, din cauza acţiunilor „păcătoase” ale locuitorilor lor. Potrivit Newsweek, arheologul Philip Silvia din cadrul Universităţii creştine Trinity Southwest din New Mexico şi-a prezentat descoperirile preliminare în cadrul întâlnirii anuale American Schools of Oriental Research din Denver, Colorado. Acestea au scos în evidenţă faptul că excavările şi datările cu radiocarbon din Tall et-Hammam sugerează că majoritatea zidurilor construite din pământ au fost distruse în urmă cu 3.700 de ani. Explozia uriaşă ar fi distrus în proporţie de 100% oraşele de la mijlocul Epocii Bronzului, dar şi solurile agricole ale zonelor considerate până atunci fertile, mai dezvăluie cercetătorii în studiu. Unda de şoc ar fi împins apa fierbinte din Marea Moartă spre ţărm. Citeste mai mult: adev.ro/pj723c
          (USA-CO-Denver) Sales Associate, Retail Part Time      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Summary JOB SUMMARY GNC is looking for dynamic sales associates that not only "Live Well" as a lifestyle, but have the desire to share that passion with others. If that describes you, then join the high energy, stores team at GNC. This outstanding opportunity is designed to help you reach your full earning potential. In addition to your base pay, you have the ability to earn additional cash through 2 programs that we offer: + Auto-Deliver & Save – This program lets you sell healthy, nutritional products to customers that can be automatically sent to them by way of a subscription service. Both the service and shipping are absolutely free. An additional benefit is that the customer saves 10%. Going forward, each time eligible items are automatically re-ordered and delivered, you have the potential to receive commission! + Promotional Money (PM). Money that is paid to you, above and beyond your base salary as an additional incentive on certain products. The possibilities are endless! If you are career minded, this opportunity provides you with the perfect springboard to full-time or managerial positions Essential Duties and Responsibilities What do we want? + A Sales Associate who enjoys interacting with customers and is committed to helping them choose the right products, as well as making recommendations based on your overall product knowledge and understanding of their needs + The ability for you to generate sales, not only for the benefit to the company and your store, but for you and your financial well-being. + The drive to achieve and exceed personal sales and productivity goals + Promote career growth by working with store management in the opening, closing and operating of a retail store. This includes cash handling, inventory count and deposits according to GNC procedures, as well as maintaining the appearance of the store + Display an awareness of all store communications including: product information, advertising, promotions and other marketing initiatives + Boost product knowledge by learning the features, advantages and benefits. Staying on top of nutritional, wellness trends Job Specifications Requirements: + Passion toLive Well! + Self-motivated + Strong communication and team building skills + Ability to work a flexible schedule (i.e. Holidays, weekends) + As a key holder, candidate must have the ability to work alone, due to scheduling. + Must be at least 18 years of age Education: + High school diploma or GED preferred + Basic math skills Benefits: + Employee discount GNC has been a leading source of health and wellness products for more than 70 years and sets the standard in the nutritional supplement industry by demanding truth in labeling, ingredient safety and product potency, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science. Since its foundation in the 1930's, GNC has prided itself on offering a challenging and rewarding work environment while delivering premium vitamins and other health supplements to our customers. GNC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, which will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination and takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, protected veteran status or physical or mental disability. A notice describing these and other employment rights under federal law can be viewed online. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Protected Veterans / Disabled Individuals Employer
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Job Summary JOB SUMMARY GNC is looking for dynamic sales associates that not only "Live Well" as a lifestyle, but have the desire to share that passion with others. If that describes you, then join the high energy, stores team at GNC. This outstanding opportunity is designed to help you reach your full earning potential. In addition to your base pay, you have the ability to earn additional cash through 2 programs that we offer: + Auto-Deliver & Save – This program lets you sell healthy, nutritional products to customers that can be automatically sent to them by way of a subscription service. Both the service and shipping are absolutely free. An additional benefit is that the customer saves 10%. Going forward, each time eligible items are automatically re-ordered and delivered, you have the potential to receive commission! + Promotional Money (PM). Money that is paid to you, above and beyond your base salary as an additional incentive on certain products. The possibilities are endless! If you are career minded, this opportunity provides you with the perfect springboard to full-time or managerial positions Essential Duties and Responsibilities What do we want? + A Sales Associate who enjoys interacting with customers and is committed to helping them choose the right products, as well as making recommendations based on your overall product knowledge and understanding of their needs + The ability for you to generate sales, not only for the benefit to the company and your store, but for you and your financial well-being. + The drive to achieve and exceed personal sales and productivity goals + Promote career growth by working with store management in the opening, closing and operating of a retail store. This includes cash handling, inventory count and deposits according to GNC procedures, as well as maintaining the appearance of the store + Display an awareness of all store communications including: product information, advertising, promotions and other marketing initiatives + Boost product knowledge by learning the features, advantages and benefits. Staying on top of nutritional, wellness trends Job Specifications Requirements: + Passion toLive Well! + Self-motivated + Strong communication and team building skills + Ability to work a flexible schedule (i.e. Holidays, weekends) + As a key holder, candidate must have the ability to work alone, due to scheduling. + Must be at least 18 years of age Education: + High school diploma or GED preferred + Basic math skills Benefits: + Employee discount GNC has been a leading source of health and wellness products for more than 70 years and sets the standard in the nutritional supplement industry by demanding truth in labeling, ingredient safety and product potency, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science. Since its foundation in the 1930's, GNC has prided itself on offering a challenging and rewarding work environment while delivering premium vitamins and other health supplements to our customers. GNC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, which will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination and takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, protected veteran status or physical or mental disability. A notice describing these and other employment rights under federal law can be viewed online. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Protected Veterans / Disabled Individuals Employer
          Live Streaming List: Denver Nuggets vs Toronto Raptors 2018-2019 NBA Season      Cache   Translate Page      
Here is the available live streaming links for you to be able to watch the game of Denver Nuggets vs Toronto Raptors 2018-2019 NBA Season. Game starts at 8:30 AM (GMT +8, Manila Time), December 4, 2018 - Tuesday.

Live Streaming List: Denver Nuggets vs Toronto Raptors 2018-2019 NBA Season

Please choose any of the list of live stream links below.

Live Streaming List: Denver Nuggets vs Toronto Raptors 2018-2019 NBA Season




For mobile and pc/laptop watchers in the Philippines and abroad. Use the live streaming below.  Note: Just click the "Install" link to enable flash and start watching the video.




Live streaming not appearing on your screen? For android or mobile phone users make sure you have Google Chrome installed on your phone. If you already have Chrome just wait for the live streaming to load and you can start watching using your phone.




For desktop or laptop computer users you need to enable flash on your Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc to be able to watch the game. See the instruction below.



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          (USA-CO-Denver) Sales Associate, Retail Part Time      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Summary JOB SUMMARY GNC is looking for dynamic sales associates that not only "Live Well" as a lifestyle, but have the desire to share that passion with others. If that describes you, then join the high energy, stores team at GNC. This outstanding opportunity is designed to help you reach your full earning potential. In addition to your base pay, you have the ability to earn additional cash through 2 programs that we offer: + Auto-Deliver & Save – This program lets you sell healthy, nutritional products to customers that can be automatically sent to them by way of a subscription service. Both the service and shipping are absolutely free. An additional benefit is that the customer saves 10%. Going forward, each time eligible items are automatically re-ordered and delivered, you have the potential to receive commission! + Promotional Money (PM). Money that is paid to you, above and beyond your base salary as an additional incentive on certain products. The possibilities are endless! If you are career minded, this opportunity provides you with the perfect springboard to full-time or managerial positions Essential Duties and Responsibilities What do we want? + A Sales Associate who enjoys interacting with customers and is committed to helping them choose the right products, as well as making recommendations based on your overall product knowledge and understanding of their needs + The ability for you to generate sales, not only for the benefit to the company and your store, but for you and your financial well-being. + The drive to achieve and exceed personal sales and productivity goals + Promote career growth by working with store management in the opening, closing and operating of a retail store. This includes cash handling, inventory count and deposits according to GNC procedures, as well as maintaining the appearance of the store + Display an awareness of all store communications including: product information, advertising, promotions and other marketing initiatives + Boost product knowledge by learning the features, advantages and benefits. Staying on top of nutritional, wellness trends Job Specifications Requirements: + Passion toLive Well! + Self-motivated + Strong communication and team building skills + Ability to work a flexible schedule (i.e. Holidays, weekends) + As a key holder, candidate must have the ability to work alone, due to scheduling. + Must be at least 18 years of age Education: + High school diploma or GED preferred + Basic math skills Benefits: + Employee discount GNC has been a leading source of health and wellness products for more than 70 years and sets the standard in the nutritional supplement industry by demanding truth in labeling, ingredient safety and product potency, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science. Since its foundation in the 1930's, GNC has prided itself on offering a challenging and rewarding work environment while delivering premium vitamins and other health supplements to our customers. GNC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, which will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination and takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, protected veteran status or physical or mental disability. A notice describing these and other employment rights under federal law can be viewed online. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Protected Veterans / Disabled Individuals Employer
          (USA-CO-Denver) Sales Associate, Retail Part Time      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Summary JOB SUMMARY GNC is looking for dynamic sales associates that not only "Live Well" as a lifestyle, but have the desire to share that passion with others. If that describes you, then join the high energy, stores team at GNC. This outstanding opportunity is designed to help you reach your full earning potential. In addition to your base pay, you have the ability to earn additional cash through 2 programs that we offer: + Auto-Deliver & Save – This program lets you sell healthy, nutritional products to customers that can be automatically sent to them by way of a subscription service. Both the service and shipping are absolutely free. An additional benefit is that the customer saves 10%. Going forward, each time eligible items are automatically re-ordered and delivered, you have the potential to receive commission! + Promotional Money (PM). Money that is paid to you, above and beyond your base salary as an additional incentive on certain products. The possibilities are endless! If you are career minded, this opportunity provides you with the perfect springboard to full-time or managerial positions Essential Duties and Responsibilities What do we want? + A Sales Associate who enjoys interacting with customers and is committed to helping them choose the right products, as well as making recommendations based on your overall product knowledge and understanding of their needs + The ability for you to generate sales, not only for the benefit to the company and your store, but for you and your financial well-being. + The drive to achieve and exceed personal sales and productivity goals + Promote career growth by working with store management in the opening, closing and operating of a retail store. This includes cash handling, inventory count and deposits according to GNC procedures, as well as maintaining the appearance of the store + Display an awareness of all store communications including: product information, advertising, promotions and other marketing initiatives + Boost product knowledge by learning the features, advantages and benefits. Staying on top of nutritional, wellness trends Job Specifications Requirements: + Passion toLive Well! + Self-motivated + Strong communication and team building skills + Ability to work a flexible schedule (i.e. Holidays, weekends) + As a key holder, candidate must have the ability to work alone, due to scheduling. + Must be at least 18 years of age Education: + High school diploma or GED preferred + Basic math skills Benefits: + Employee discount GNC has been a leading source of health and wellness products for more than 70 years and sets the standard in the nutritional supplement industry by demanding truth in labeling, ingredient safety and product potency, all while remaining on the cutting-edge of nutritional science. Since its foundation in the 1930's, GNC has prided itself on offering a challenging and rewarding work environment while delivering premium vitamins and other health supplements to our customers. GNC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, which will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination and takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, protected veteran status or physical or mental disability. A notice describing these and other employment rights under federal law can be viewed online. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / Protected Veterans / Disabled Individuals Employer
          Why God can tell you what will happen, but your astrological sign cannot      Cache   Translate Page      

Denver, Colo., Dec 4, 2018 / 04:48 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Bible is full of prophecies regarding future events, that typically come from God through angels or prophets.

In the book of Isaiah, the prophet predicts the coming of Christ when he tells Ahaz: “Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign. Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel.”

In the New Testament, an angel appears to Joseph in a dream to tell him of God’s plans for Mary and Jesus, and tells him that Jesus “shall save his people from their sins.”

But while God uses prophets and angels to announce future events, he also rejects false prophets and anything to do with human predicting of the future throughout the Bible.

Strong rejections of such things can be found in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter 18: “Let there not be found among you anyone who...practices divination, or is a soothsayer, augur, or sorcerer, or who casts spells, consults ghosts and spirits, or seeks oracles from the dead. Anyone who does such things is an abomination to the Lord.”

The Catholic Church, through the teachings of the Church Fathers and other saints, has repeatedly rejected the use of any mediums, such as psychics or astrology, to predict the future.

Despite this, a recent Pew survey found that 33 percent of Catholics in the US said they believe in the use of astrology, while 46 percent said they believe in the use of psychics.

But if God can use prophets and angels to foretell future events, why can’t Catholics read their daily horoscopes or consult with psychics about the future?

The issue of predicting the future, particularly through astrology, is one that Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, an American research astronomer and director of the Vatican Observatory, frequently encounters.

“The first problem is the one identified in many places in scripture: putting your faith in such mystical powers means not putting your faith in God,” Consolmagno told CNA.

“If you think that the positions of the planets controls your fate, then you are both denying God’s power and denying human free will. Both are bad news, theologically.”

The Church doesn’t reject the study of the cosmos, he noted, but rather recognizes that everything in the created universe is subject to the will of God.

Similarly, false prophets such as psychics are rejected by the Church because they attempt to rely on their own power and not on that of God.

“Remember, the prophets are chosen by God to speak the word of God,” Denise Gustafson, an instructor with the Denver Catholic Biblical School, told CNA.

“Prophecy is a charism, a divine grace, a gift from God that imparts to human beings knowledge which we aren’t capable of attaining by our own power,” she added.

Psychics, on the other hand, “are part of the occult and never, never speak the word of God. I would say they are instruments of Satan. Scripture is very clear on such matters,” she said.

Daniel Campbell, another instructor with the Denver Catholic Biblical School, told CNA that the Jewish people were forbidden to consult with psychics in order to set themselves apart from the pagans, who believed in demonic powers.

“It is demonic – a psychic may very well be telling you something that is true, but the source of that is a demon (irrespective of whether the psychic realizes it or not, desires demonic influence or not),” he said.

“That is, after all, the origin of all pagan religions that these practices are a part of – behind every idol is a demon, as Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 10. Hence, all exorcists say that messing with this New Age stuff is a surefire way to come under demonic influence.”

The second problem with the desire to predict the future is that of gnosticism, or the desiring of “secret knowledge” in order to have an advantage over others, Consolmagno said.

“There is something fundamentally not Christian about seeing the world as a contest of me-against-you, where all’s fair including ‘cheating’ by using secret knowledge that no one but you has access to,” he said.

The third problem is that astrology is false, Consolmagno noted.

“...astrology is wrong in the sense that it is a lie, it promises what it cannot deliver,” he said. “The people who sell your their knowledge are lying. And relying on it is like relying on a snake oil medicine: by putting your hopes in a lie, you can very well be kept from using a medicine that is true.”

St. Augustine rejected astrology as a “ridiculous waste of time” and demonstrably false, in part because twins born under the same astrological sign could have widely varying personalities and behaviors.

The cosmos have also shifted significantly since the signs of astrology were first created, and they have never been updated to allow for such shifts, Consolmagno noted.

Psychics and astrologists also often prey on the poor and the vulnerable, he added.

“If astrology were actually true, the fortune tellers would all be rich or at the very least controlled by the rich. Instead you find them preying on the poor, offering answers that are easy but false,” he said.

“The bottom line,” Gustafson said, is that those who put their trust in fortune-telling mediums “are putting their trust in something other than God.”

“We are to trust in the Lord God alone; He tells us so.”


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The Denver Broncos have signed veteran cornerback Jamar Taylor with star Chris Harris Jr. sidelined with a fractured fibula

 
 
 
 
 
 
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The Broncos have battled their way back into the playoff picture after winning three straight games since the bye week. But it’s still an uphill climb. With four games remaining, Denver (6-6) has zero chance to win the AFC West since it lost the regular season series to the 10-2 Kansas City ... Reported by Denver Post 8 hours ago.
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Yes, the one-time Denver Broncs quarterback -- cut to make room for the inimitable Austin Davis -- is back. And once again, the Sanchize is the butt of jokes. Reported by Denver Post 15 hours ago.
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          Weihnachtsleseliste 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Hallo meine Lieben! Ich kann schlecht jeden einzelnen Post der momentan kommt mit "es tut mir leid" anfangen, in letzter Zeit ist bei mir so viel los und leider ist da der Blog etwas in den Hintergrund geraten. Ich hoffe sehr, dass sich dies bald wieder ändert, aber hier erst einmal meine diesjährige Weihnachtsleseliste. Jaaa es ist schon bald wieder soweit, ich kann es kaum fassen. Nachdem die Leseliste für den Frühling sowie auch die vom Sommer so gut funktioniert haben, habe ich im Herbst leider nur 2.5 von den 6 aufgelisteten Büchern gelesen. Kann ja nicht immer so gut funktionieren ;) Dass heisst jedoch noch lange nicht, dass ich gleich aufgebe und über Weihnachten habe ich ja ganz viel Zeit um schön gemütlich zu lesen. Hier also meine ausgewählten Bücher:

The Girl who saved Christmas by Matt Haig
When Amelia wants a wish to come true she knows just the man to ask - Father Christmas.

But the magic she wants to believe in is starting to fade, and Father Christmas has more than impossible wishes to worry about. Upset elves, reindeer dropping out of the sky, angry trolls and the chance that Christmas might be cancelled.

But Amelia isn’t just any ordinary girl. And - as Father Christmas is going to find out - if Christmas is going to be saved, he might not be able to do it alone …
Father Chistmas and Me by Matt Haig 
It isn’t always easy, growing up as a human in Elfhelm, even if your adoptive parents are the newly married Father Christmas and Mary Christmas.

For one thing, Elf School can be annoying when you have to sing Christmas songs every day - even in July - and when you fail all your toy-making tests. Also it can get very, very cold.

But when the jealous Easter Bunny and his rabbit army launch an attack to stop Christmas, it’s up to Amelia, her new family and the elves to keep Christmas alive. Before it’s too late …
Quelle: Canongate
 
Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte oder auch A Christmas Carol von Charles Dickens
Der alte Scrooge ist ein unverbesserlicher Geizhals. Selbst Weihnachten ist für ihn ein reines Ärgernis! Da besuchen ihn am Heiligen Abend sein verstorbener Freund Marley und die Geister der Weihnacht. Sie führen Scrooge auf eine Reise in die

Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft und zeigen ihm, was er bislang aus seinem Leben gemacht hat. Aber zum Glück bleibt noch Zeit, sich zu ändern! Der Weihnachtsklassiker erscheint hier mit Bildern des beliebten Lindbergh-Illustrators Torben Kuhlmann. 
Winter in Briar Creek von Olivia Miles
Als Grace Madison zum ersten Mal seit fünf Jahren wieder das Haus ihrer Eltern betritt, glaubt sie erst, sich in der Tür geirrt zu haben: Ihre Mutter, die preisgekrönte Deko-Königin von Briar Creek, will Weihnachten einfach ausfallen lassen, und der geliebte Buchladen ihres Vaters ist nach dessen Tod völlig verwaist. In ihrem Heimatort scheint nichts mehr so zu sein wie früher. Doch dann begegnet sie Luke Hastings wieder, der ihre Gefühlswelt innerhalb von Sekunden völlig auf den Kopf stellt, als seien sie nicht Jahre voneinander getrennt gewesen.
The Chaos of Standing Still by Jessica Brody
Over the course of one chaotic night stranded at the Denver airport, Ryn confronts her shattered past thanks to the charm of romance, the uniqueness of strangers, and the magic of ordinary places in this stunning novel from the author of Boys of Summer.

Ryn has one unread text message on her phone. And it’s been there for almost a year.

She hasn’t tried to read it. She can’t. She won’t. Because that one message is the last thing her best friend ever said to her before she died.

But as Ryn finds herself trapped in the Denver International Airport on New Year’s Eve thanks to a never-ending blizzard on the one-year anniversary of her best friend’s death, fate literally runs into her.

And his name is Xander.

When the two accidentally swap phones, Ryn and Xander are thrust into the chaos of an unforgettable all-night adventure, filled with charming and mysterious strangers, a secret New Year’s Eve bash, and a possible Illuminati conspiracy hidden within the Denver airport. But as the bizarre night continues, all Ryn can think about is that one unread text message. It follows her wherever she goes, because Ryn can’t get her brialliantly wild and free-spirited best friend out of her head.

Ryn can’t move on.

But tonight, for the first time ever, she’s trying. And maybe that’s a start.
Quelle: Simon and Schuster

Gestern rechtzeitig zum 1. Advent habe ich meine Wohnung schön mit allem möglichen weihnachtlich dekoriert, es fehlen also nur noch die passenden Bücher dazu. Drei der ausgewählten Geschichten haben wirklich hauptsächlich mit Weihnachten zu tun, die anderen zwei spielen jedoch einfach im Winter. Welche Bücher wollt ihr dieses Jahr zu Weihnachten lesen und welche sind eure liebsten Weihnachtsgeschichten? 

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It was fair to meet with skepticism Lonzo Ball’s declaration in Denver that despite his ankle injury he could have kept playing and that he would not miss any games.

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RSG — Matrone vind uit dat Hannes by 'n gastehuis ingetrek het om nader aan Frieda te wees, en gaan haal hom. Denver vra Kittie uit oor die inwoners se houding teenoor die beplande ontwikkeling, en stel haar voltyds aan as bemiddelaar.
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The Denver Nuggets are coming off a rousing win against the league's best team while the Orlando Magic are coming off a moderately successful six-game road trip.
          A 9-year-old boy got his Colorado town to repeal its ban on snowball fights      Cache   Translate Page      
From making snow angels to picking snowball fights with your friends, playing in the snow can be a lot of fun. But one Colorado town didn’t think so. In Severance, a town about 60 miles north of Denver, it’s long been illegal to throw snowballs. Dane Best, 9, thought the law was “silly.” The young town resident might have even broken it once in a while. So with the help of his classmates, Best decided to take it upon himself […]
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CO-Denver, American Building Supply (ABS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Jeld Wen and one of the Nation's largest wholesale suppliers of Doors, Door Hardware, Windows, and Millwork is currently seeking an experienced Outside Sales Representative to specialize in the Residential market in the greater Denver area. This person will have the support of our talented inside sales team of door professionals. Our com
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Nikola Jokic might be known as The Joker, but he and the Denver Nuggets definitely aren’t a joke. The seven-foot Serbian’s brilliant offensive mind was on full display as he and an excellent Denver side cooled off the Raptors 106-103 Monday night in a...
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Chris Webber, Isiah Thomas, and Kevin McHale discuss how Nikola Jokic is able to balance his passing and scoring to keep the Nuggets at the top of the standings. - Source: www.nba.com
          One of these 4 western governors could become America's next Democratic president      Cache   Translate Page      
Democrats are keeping an eye on John Hickenlooper, Stephen Bullock, Jay Inslee, and Gavin Newsom

As the 2020 presidential campaign commences now that the midterm elections of 2018 are over, four governors from western states may decide to compete for the Democratic nomination, and could play a major role. One is leaving office and has given evidence of interest in running; two others are still in office and have gained notice for their skills as governors; and one is about to enter office with at least long range presidential ambitions. Having a western governor in the White House would be nearly unique, as only California Governor Ronald Reagan ever achieved the presidency, coming from a western state. But this time, it could be a Democrat from the west in the White House.

John Hickenlooper of Colorado is finishing eight years as chief executive of the Rocky Mountain state, and had previously been the mayor of Denver from 2002-2011. Hickenlooper was judged one of the five best mayors in America by Time Magazine in 2005, and resolved the city’s financial crisis. He won a second term by a massive margin, and succeeded in bringing the Democratic National Convention to Denver in 2008. 

Hickenlooper served as chairman of the National Governor’s Association in 2014 and 2015, and gained such a good reputation that he was rumored to be part of a future bipartisan unity ticket with Republican Governor John Kasich of Ohio, although neither governor ever confirmed such a plan. As governor, he has promoted a ten-year plan against homelessness, advanced economic growth, opposed capital punishment, and backed disaster relief for victims of record setting floods and wildfires that devastated Colorado. While skeptical originally about cannabis legalization, he has gone along with the voters who decided to legalize weed. His record as a governor has drawn him positive national attention, so the odds are good that he will announce his candidacy in the coming months.

Steve Bullock has been the governor of Montana since 2013, after having served four years as Montana Attorney General. He has been the chairman of the National Governor’s Association this year. He has been rated the most effective governor in the nation. He is known for environmental initiatives, measures to promote economic growth, friendly relations with labor, and cutting property taxes. He was reelected to a second term on the heels of his high poll numbers, but has had to face a Republican controlled legislature. 

Bullock has supported abortion rights, campaign finance reform, marriage equality, net neutrality, and organized labor. Despite his liberal views, he was able to win reelection at the same time that Donald Trump was elected president. He has argued for the need of the Democratic Party to move beyond urban centers, and work to gain the support of suburban and rural voters, as he has been able to do in his state. He traveled to Iowa and New Hampshire in 2018, evidencing interest in a possible presidential run. Most political observers expect him to enter the race in the next few months.

Jay Inslee has been the governor of Washington since 2013, after serving seven terms in the US House of Representatives before becoming Governor. Inslee is a strong critic of the Trump presidency. He opposed the executive order banning travel from seven Muslim nations and denounced a separate order banning Syrian refugees. In his years in Congress Inslee, a conservationist, advocated action against global warming. He backed the passage of the Affordable Care Act under President Barack Obama. He was under consideration to be Secretary of the Interior or Secretary of Energy in the transition period of the Obama presidency.

As governor Inslee ended capital punishment, promoted the expansion of education aid, addressed mental health needs, and raised worker pay for state employees. In 2017 he was elected the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, just in time for the 2018 elections. He had good timing. The Democrats gained seven governorships in November. He won reelection in 2016, despite the Republican Party’s takeover of the federal government. Rumors have spread that he is seriously considering a presidential bid in the next few months. One reason is his strong criticism of President Trump.

Finally, the new California governor, Gavin Newsom, is seen as a possible presidential contender in the future, more likely in 2024. He has served as Jerry Brown’s lieutenant governor for two terms since 2011. Previously he was the much heralded mayor of San Francisco from 2004-2011. He became controversial for his advocacy of major programs to help the homeless in San Francisco, and gained national attention for being the first public official to promote and actually preside at gay marriage ceremonies in 2004. He also promoted the concept of sanctuary cities to provide support for undocumented immigrants. He refused to cooperate with agents from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE).

As lieutenant governor Newsom promoted the expansion of technology in government, greatly expanded educational aid, supported cannabis legalization, and advocated the end of the death penalty. He is regarded by many as a “rock star” celebrity politician.

It seems a certainty that at least two, and possibly all four of these western governors will bring attention to the Mountain West and the Pacific Coast, which have never played a major role in Democratic politics. Expect these four governors to be part of the political battles in 2020 and beyond.


          2nd Shift Pharmacy Clerk      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Denver, Randstad has a client in Denver that is looking for a Pharmacy Clerk to provide support to the filling of prescriptions. This includes processing deliveries, sorting and scanning orders, and preparing orders for store delivery. *This is a 2nd shift position- 4pm-12:30am Responsibilities: Essential Functions: . Pack prescription orders. . Sort prescription orders. . Prepare totes for store delivery
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Claudette Trujillo suggests Westminister (north Denver suburb): We have been implementing competency-based for ten years and just hosted a large summit. Our entire district is fully implemented in all content areas with proficiency scales, success criteria and it is all in Empower. We have partnered with Dr. Robert Marzano and have opened a lab school. We presented at INACOL this year and shared about our struggles and success with implementation. Leadership has had ongoing battle with the state regarding their one time one size fits all standardized assessment. This year several of our schools moved to performance and demonstrated significant growth. It’s so awesome to learn more about others on this journey and network.
          Oregon Approves Language for Ballot Initiative to Decriminalize Psychedelic Mushrooms      Cache   Translate Page      
By: Paul P. Murphy
CNN


Oregon's Secretary of State has just approved language for a potential ballot initiative that would legalize psychedelic mushrooms.

Now organizers need to get 117,578 signatures to actually put their initiative on the ballot. If they get the requisite number of signatures, Oregonians could vote on the decriminalization of psilocybins, or magic mushrooms, in the 2020 general election.

If Oregonians were to approve the initiative, it would decriminalize psilocybins and allow for the licensed manufacturing and administration of the substances.

Read more at CNN.


(THL) According to federal laws written in the 1970s under the Controlled Substances Act, psilocybin is considered a Schedule I drug, carrying the harshest federal criminal penalties, under a rubric in which Schedule I substances are those with "no accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse."

But medical science would say that federal law is outdated by decades on both counts, as medical researchers are taking psychedelics seriously for their medicinal value to treat persistent, severe depression, and to make terminally ill patients physically and emotionally more comfortable in their final days.

Psychedelic mushrooms and other psychedelic substances such as MDMA also hold so much promise for treating PTSD, that researchers believe these substances offer hope for the many combat veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress, and suicide rates markedly higher than the general population.

By contrast alcoholic beverages– which have no accepted medical use, are high risk factors in many forms of disease, have a high potential for abuse and addiction, and can even cause depression or worsen it– are not controlled substances under federal law.

Decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms in Denver would follow in the footsteps of California, which first defied federal drug policy with the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, legalizing the cultivation and consumption of marijuana and products made from it for medical purposes with a doctor's prescription.

This led to a cascade of marijuana legalization in states and cities throughout the country in a sea change for both drug policy in the United States and the balance of power in the relationship between the states and the U.S. federal government.


          2018 Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings – Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
. Here are the 2018 Lester’s Legends Week 14 running back rankings. . 1. Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers 2. Saquon Barkley, New York Giants 3. Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys 4. Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams 5. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints 6. Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers 7. Phillip Lindsay, Denver Broncos 8. Nick Chubb, […]
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Starbucks sent 25 million old coffee cups to a paper mill, where they were processed and eventually incorporated into new cups.

Although it’s commonly thought that it’s too difficult or expensive to remove the plastic lining to recycle old coffee cups or that coffee contamination is too problematic, Starbucks has proven it could be done.

This year, Starbucks sent 25 million old paper coffee cups to a paper mill in Wisconsin, where they were processed into recycled fiber and sent to another company to be made into paperboard for new cups. This was a pilot project Starbucks conducted to prove that old, used coffee cups could indeed be recycled into new cups.

According to a Fast Company report, there is a misconception that it is more expensive to recycle cups that other paper. But coffee cups could actually yield a higher-quality fiber.

Fast Company has more details:

Earlier this year, Starbucks sent 18 truckloads of old paper cups to a paper mill in Wisconsin to prove a point: Contrary to a widespread myth, paper coffee cups can be recycled cost-effectively. The cups–25 million in total, from excess inventory that the coffee chain otherwise would have sent to landfill–were processed at the mill. Then the recycled fiber was sent to another partner to be incorporated into paperboard for new Starbucks cups.

The pilot project was a way to “demonstrate that a coffee cup can be turned back into a coffee cup,” says Jay Hunsberger, VP of sales for North America from Sustana, the mill that recycled the old cups. At the mill, the cups were mixed with water and ground into a pulp with a seven-foot-tall corkscrew to begin to separate the plastic lining that helps keep coffee cups from getting soggy. The fibers were screened and washed to finish the separation, then made into sheets and sent to WestRock, a packaging company, to be made into paperboard. At a third company, Seda, the board was printed with the Starbucks logo and shaped into new cups.

Read the full article here.


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It was fair to meet with skepticism Lonzo Ball’s declaration in Denver that despite his ankle injury he could have kept playing and that he would not miss any games.

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Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
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DENVER — A Colorado man who was sentenced to life in prison for killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters has been transferred to an out-of-state prison. Department of Corrections spokesman Mark Fairbairn tells The Denver Post that 33-year-old Christopher Watts was moved to an undisclosed prison for “safety and security” reasons. Prosecutors say...
          HIPAA Notifications Are Now Within 30 Days Since Breach If You're In Colorado      Cache   Translate Page      
According to bizjournals.com, any HIPAA-covered entities that do business in Colorado will now have 30 days to notify Coloradans (or Coloradoans, if you prefer) of a data breach involving personal information, and not the customary 60 calendar days under HIPAA. The reason? A bill on data security that went into effect in September.
As usual, the use of encryption provides safe harbor. Indeed, the bill – HB18-1128 – goes out of its way to define data breaches as unauthorized access to "unencrypted" personal information. Furthermore, it notes that cryptographically protected information is still subject to the reporting requirements if the encryption key is compromised; that "encryption" is whatever the security community generally holds to be as such; and that a breached entity does not need to provide notification if it determines that "misuse of information… has not occurred and is not reasonably likely to occur."
In the past, variations of that last part were heavily criticized. Naturally, it's in the breached entity's interest to declare that there won't be misuse of the hacked information, ergo no need to inform anyone about it. In 2018, however, it'd be a laughable position to take.  

Surprising Development? Not Really

Colorado's "encroachment" on HIPAA can take one aback but this would be merely a knee-jerk reaction to unfamiliar news: to date, if one was covered under HIPAA, state privacy and information security laws left HIPAA-covered entities alone. But there's absolutely no reason for it. After all, it wouldn't be the first time that a state decided to pass laws that are more severe than federal ones.
Furthermore, think about the purpose of notifications. Supposedly, it's so (potentially) affected individuals can get a start on protecting themselves. If the past ten years have shown us anything, it's that receiving a notification 30 days after the discovery of a data breach can already be too late. In that light, waiting 60 days could be disastrous.
It's a wonder that HIPAA hasn't updated its rules to reflect reality. HIPAA was, arguably, a trailblazer when it came to protecting personal information, with its no-nonsense approach and enforcement of the rules. That last one was a biggie: When Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) was fined $1 million in 2011 – the largest amount at that time for a data breach – the medical sector not only took notice, they went into action. At minimum, entities started to encrypt their laptops; those paying attention did far, far more.
At the time, HIPAA's 60-day deadline was seen as revolutionary by some (if memory serves, existing data breach laws didn't codify a deadline for alerting people). Of course, companies being what they are, covered-entities ended up doing as most people feared would do: they put off sending notifications for as long as possible, like mailing letters on the 59th day.
Not everyone did this and HIPAA specifically prohibited the practice. A handful were fined as a result of purposefully delaying the inevitable. But waiting until the last possible moment to send notifications appears to be the ongoing behavior, regardless. The same thing happens for non-HIPAA data breaches, except that most states have set a 30-day limit, so companies send it on the 29th day.  

Update Those BA Docs!

Unsurprisingly, Colorado's law also affects business associates to HIPAA-covered entities. All hospitals, clinics, private practitioners, and others in the medical sector should immediately update legal documents that establish obligations between themselves and BAs.
Remember, a covered entity's data breach is the covered entity's responsibility, and a BA's data breach is also the covered entity's responsibility.  

 

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http://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb18-1128


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As the 2020 presidential campaign commences now that the midterm elections of 2018 are over, four governors from western states may decide to compete for the Democratic nomination, and could play a major role. One is leaving office and has given evidence of interest in running; two others are still in office and have gained notice for their skills as governors; and one is about to enter office with at least long range presidential ambitions. Having a western governor in the White House would be nearly unique, as only California Governor Ronald Reagan ever achieved the presidency, coming from a western state. But this time, it could be a Democrat from the west in the White House.

John Hickenlooper of Colorado is finishing eight years as chief executive of the Rocky Mountain state, and had previously been the mayor of Denver from 2002-2011. Hickenlooper was judged one of the five best mayors in America by Time Magazine in 2005, and resolved the city’s financial crisis. He won a second term by a massive margin, and succeeded in bringing the Democratic National Convention to Denver in 2008. 

Hickenlooper served as chairman of the National Governor’s Association in 2014 and 2015, and gained such a good reputation that he was rumored to be part of a future bipartisan unity ticket with Republican Governor John Kasich of Ohio, although neither governor ever confirmed such a plan. As governor, he has promoted a ten-year plan against homelessness, advanced economic growth, opposed capital punishment, and backed disaster relief for victims of record setting floods and wildfires that devastated Colorado. While skeptical originally about cannabis legalization, he has gone along with the voters who decided to legalize weed. His record as a governor has drawn him positive national attention, so the odds are good that he will announce his candidacy in the coming months.

Steve Bullock has been the governor of Montana since 2013, after having served four years as Montana Attorney General. He has been the chairman of the National Governor’s Association this year. He has been rated the most effective governor in the nation. He is known for environmental initiatives, measures to promote economic growth, friendly relations with labor, and cutting property taxes. He was reelected to a second term on the heels of his high poll numbers, but has had to face a Republican controlled legislature. 

Bullock has supported abortion rights, campaign finance reform, marriage equality, net neutrality, and organized labor. Despite his liberal views, he was able to win reelection at the same time that Donald Trump was elected president. He has argued for the need of the Democratic Party to move beyond urban centers, and work to gain the support of suburban and rural voters, as he has been able to do in his state. He traveled to Iowa and New Hampshire in 2018, evidencing interest in a possible presidential run. Most political observers expect him to enter the race in the next few months.

Jay Inslee has been the governor of Washington since 2013, after serving seven terms in the US House of Representatives before becoming Governor. Inslee is a strong critic of the Trump presidency. He opposed the executive order banning travel from seven Muslim nations and denounced a separate order banning Syrian refugees. In his years in Congress Inslee, a conservationist, advocated action against global warming. He backed the passage of the Affordable Care Act under President Barack Obama. He was under consideration to be Secretary of the Interior or Secretary of Energy in the transition period of the Obama presidency.

As governor Inslee ended capital punishment, promoted the expansion of education aid, addressed mental health needs, and raised worker pay for state employees. In 2017 he was elected the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, just in time for the 2018 elections. He had good timing. The Democrats gained seven governorships in November. He won reelection in 2016, despite the Republican Party’s takeover of the federal government. Rumors have spread that he is seriously considering a presidential bid in the next few months. One reason is his strong criticism of President Trump.

Finally, the new California governor, Gavin Newsom, is seen as a possible presidential contender in the future, more likely in 2024. He has served as Jerry Brown’s lieutenant governor for two terms since 2011. Previously he was the much heralded mayor of San Francisco from 2004-2011. He became controversial for his advocacy of major programs to help the homeless in San Francisco, and gained national attention for being the first public official to promote and actually preside at gay marriage ceremonies in 2004. He also promoted the concept of sanctuary cities to provide support for undocumented immigrants. He refused to cooperate with agents from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE).

As lieutenant governor Newsom promoted the expansion of technology in government, greatly expanded educational aid, supported cannabis legalization, and advocated the end of the death penalty. He is regarded by many as a “rock star” celebrity politician.

It seems a certainty that at least two, and possibly all four of these western governors will bring attention to the Mountain West and the Pacific Coast, which have never played a major role in Democratic politics. Expect these four governors to be part of the political battles in 2020 and beyond.

 

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Denver, Colo., Dec 5, 2018 / 03:04 am (CNA).- With the first Sunday of Advent behind us, the liturgical season of preparing for Christmas is well underway.    But what does it actually mean to “observe Advent?” The observation of other liturgical seasons may be more readily apparent – Lent is clearly a time for prayer, sacrifice and almsgiving, while Christmas and Easter are clearly times for celebration.    Search Pinterest for “how to celebrate Advent” and everything from ideas for a do-it-yourself Jesse Tree, to instructions for a handmade Advent calendar bunting, to a tutorial on “how to make your own wreath from foraged materials” appears.   The penitential time of preparation before Christmas seems to have taken on a crafty life of its own over the last few years, thanks to websites such as Pinterest and Instructables. Add in a few glowing shots of your friend’s handcrafted nativity set on her Instagram feed and you’ve got a recipe for some serious Advent-envy. 
While all of these crafts and activities can help one better celebrate Christmas, it’s important not to let them distract from the true purpose of the season: preparation for the Incarnation, said Fr. Mike Schmitz, chaplain for the Newman Center at the University of Minnesota Duluth.   Fr. Schmitz told CNA that one of the things that gets easily overlooked about Advent is “that it’s actually a season of penance” and as such, the Church asks us to practice prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.    “That’s kind of like the buzzkill of Advent because it’s like, ‘OK, don’t have too much fun because, remember, this is a penitential season’,” he said.    However, just because it’s a season of penance doesn’t mean we need to be somber.    “I think there’s some great ways that a person or a family can make that – prayer, fasting, and almsgiving – a part of the celebration of preparation for Christmas. It doesn’t have to be a dour kind of experience,” he said.   The simplest way Catholics can prepare for Christmas, Fr. Schmitz suggested, is by going to confession during Advent.    “During Advent the faithful are asked not only to prepare themselves to celebrate Christmas, but we’re called to prepare ourselves to meet Jesus at the end of time,” he said.    “There’s a lot of good ways to do that, but I think one of the best ways a person could possibly do that is to go to confession.”   For Kathryn Whitaker of the blog, “Team Whitaker,” observing Advent is all about knowing what works best for your family.    “There are lots and lots of beautiful ideas on Pinterest and other places, but I think you have to find what suits your family and then not apologize or feel badly because someone else is doing it differently,” she said.    In an attempt to dial back the frenzy of Christmas morning, she said her family began to look for ways to serve others and be grateful for what they already have in the weeks leading up to it.   “I think for us, it’s just been about pouring a little bit more love, particularly in these next four weeks, in everything that we do.”   The Whitakers pick a local family in need to “adopt” each year by providing gifts and food, or they donate presents to Brown Santa – a tradition named for the brown uniforms members of the Travis County, Texas Sheriff’s Office wear that provides assistance to underprivileged residents, particularly during the Christmas season.   That, plus “lighting” her kindergartner’s Advent wreath – made from tissue paper and toilet paper rolls – and having a Jesse Tree, an ancient tradition of decorating a tree with ornaments that represent the story of salvation, will make up their Advent, which also includes Mass and confession.    Over the years, Whitaker and her family have adapted their Advent season to their “family season.” The year that she and her husband brought their premature son home from the hospital, for example, all they could do was put up the Christmas tree with some ornaments.   “And that was OK,” she said. “And then knowing next Advent, or the next liturgical season that comes up, you can do more. Or you can do less.”   Much like Whitaker, Bonnie Engstrom of the blog “A Knotted Life” said that the best way for a family to observe Advent is by “looking through the options and seeing what will work for them, what will help them create meaningful lessons and memories during that season of their family's life.”   “Then you just gotta walk away from the rest, appreciating that it works for some but confident that you're doing a good job.”   In recent years, the Engstroms have “scaled back our Advent activities by a ton” by just focusing on the Advent wreath and a few saints’ feast days. Festivities that many Americans typically do in the time before Christmas – such as looking at light displays, drinking cocoa and watching Christmas movies – are all saved for the actual Christmas season.    “It has greatly bolstered Christmas beyond December 25th and has brought a lot more peace and joy to our home, while greatly reducing the stress,” she said, which is a definite “win-win.”   Gradually filling the nativity scene, adding ornaments to their Jesse Tree and celebrating St. Nicholas’ feast day with her kids are all fun ways that Engstrom said she can “trick them into learning about their faith.”   While engaging her kids in celebrating Advent is important, she said observing this season has also helped her grow in her relationship with God.   “The silence, the simple beauty, the focus on preparation,” she said, “those things have really helped me create the still in my interior and exterior life for God to speak to me.”    Essentially, there’s not just one way to do Advent, and that’s fine.

This article was originally published on CNA Dec. 5, 2015.  


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          Why God can tell you what will happen, but your astrological sign cannot      Cache   Translate Page      

Denver, Colo., Dec 4, 2018 / 04:48 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Bible is full of prophecies regarding future events, that typically come from God through angels or prophets.

In the book of Isaiah, the prophet predicts the coming of Christ when he tells Ahaz: “Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign. Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel.”

In the New Testament, an angel appears to Joseph in a dream to tell him of God’s plans for Mary and Jesus, and tells him that Jesus “shall save his people from their sins.”

But while God uses prophets and angels to announce future events, he also rejects false prophets and anything to do with human predicting of the future throughout the Bible.

Strong rejections of such things can be found in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter 18: “Let there not be found among you anyone who...practices divination, or is a soothsayer, augur, or sorcerer, or who casts spells, consults ghosts and spirits, or seeks oracles from the dead. Anyone who does such things is an abomination to the Lord.”

The Catholic Church, through the teachings of the Church Fathers and other saints, has repeatedly rejected the use of any mediums, such as psychics or astrology, to predict the future.

Despite this, a recent Pew survey found that 33 percent of Catholics in the US said they believe in the use of astrology, while 46 percent said they believe in the use of psychics.

But if God can use prophets and angels to foretell future events, why can’t Catholics read their daily horoscopes or consult with psychics about the future?

The issue of predicting the future, particularly through astrology, is one that Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, an American research astronomer and director of the Vatican Observatory, frequently encounters.

“The first problem is the one identified in many places in scripture: putting your faith in such mystical powers means not putting your faith in God,” Consolmagno told CNA.

“If you think that the positions of the planets controls your fate, then you are both denying God’s power and denying human free will. Both are bad news, theologically.”

The Church doesn’t reject the study of the cosmos, he noted, but rather recognizes that everything in the created universe is subject to the will of God.

Similarly, false prophets such as psychics are rejected by the Church because they attempt to rely on their own power and not on that of God.

“Remember, the prophets are chosen by God to speak the word of God,” Denise Gustafson, an instructor with the Denver Catholic Biblical School, told CNA.

“Prophecy is a charism, a divine grace, a gift from God that imparts to human beings knowledge which we aren’t capable of attaining by our own power,” she added.

Psychics, on the other hand, “are part of the occult and never, never speak the word of God. I would say they are instruments of Satan. Scripture is very clear on such matters,” she said.

Daniel Campbell, another instructor with the Denver Catholic Biblical School, told CNA that the Jewish people were forbidden to consult with psychics in order to set themselves apart from the pagans, who believed in demonic powers.

“It is demonic – a psychic may very well be telling you something that is true, but the source of that is a demon (irrespective of whether the psychic realizes it or not, desires demonic influence or not),” he said.

“That is, after all, the origin of all pagan religions that these practices are a part of – behind every idol is a demon, as Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 10. Hence, all exorcists say that messing with this New Age stuff is a surefire way to come under demonic influence.”

The second problem with the desire to predict the future is that of gnosticism, or the desiring of “secret knowledge” in order to have an advantage over others, Consolmagno said.

“There is something fundamentally not Christian about seeing the world as a contest of me-against-you, where all’s fair including ‘cheating’ by using secret knowledge that no one but you has access to,” he said.

The third problem is that astrology is false, Consolmagno noted.

“...astrology is wrong in the sense that it is a lie, it promises what it cannot deliver,” he said. “The people who sell your their knowledge are lying. And relying on it is like relying on a snake oil medicine: by putting your hopes in a lie, you can very well be kept from using a medicine that is true.”

St. Augustine rejected astrology as a “ridiculous waste of time” and demonstrably false, in part because twins born under the same astrological sign could have widely varying personalities and behaviors.

The cosmos have also shifted significantly since the signs of astrology were first created, and they have never been updated to allow for such shifts, Consolmagno noted.

Psychics and astrologists also often prey on the poor and the vulnerable, he added.

“If astrology were actually true, the fortune tellers would all be rich or at the very least controlled by the rich. Instead you find them preying on the poor, offering answers that are easy but false,” he said.

“The bottom line,” Gustafson said, is that those who put their trust in fortune-telling mediums “are putting their trust in something other than God.”

“We are to trust in the Lord God alone; He tells us so.”


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Colorado may be the mecca of legal marijuana, but the state's old drug laws still loom large. More than 10,000 people in Denver alone were convicted of low-level cannabis crimes between 2001 and 2013.

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Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
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          Man allegedly breaks into home, climbs into bed with 13-year-old girl      Cache   Translate Page      
DENVER – A Denver couple is worried about their children’s safety after they claim a neighbor broke into their home and hopped into bed with their 13-year-old daughter. Ahmed Ageal and Juli Thomas say they were sound asleep last Monday when they heard their daughter running for their bedroom, screaming that her older sister’s boyfriend had broken in and had touched her stomach in her bed. “I don’t remember much except for flying up the stairs,” said Thomas, the girl’s […]
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Cheap Limo Service DC’s party bus rates are very affordable and we provide top notch service. Book a limo bus today and don’t worry about drinking and driving. Let our fully certified and courteous chauffeurs deal with the traffic and parking, leaving you and your group to enjoy your event to the fullest. This is where the party starts! No matter what the celebration is, we will deliver the best Denver Party Bus Rental Rates experience which has to be offered. Get the party started before the event and return safely with one of our licensed and insured vehicles. Look no further! Call us now at 800.371.1434 or contact@cheaplimoservicedc.com Visit our page: http://cheaplimoservicedc.com/denver-party-limo-bus-rental/
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The United States Conference of Mayors is a non-partisan organization bringing together mayors from U.S. cities with populations above 30,000. At their annual summer meeting, Denver, Colorado mayor Michael Hancock took the lead organizing a task force, dubbed the Government for Responsible U.S. Cannabis Policy Coalition, to take everything cities […]
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A 12-Step support group meeting for those struggling with religious beliefs, the idea of a god, or of a higher power someplace "out there" expressed in most AA meetings. Our goal is to recover a healthy, non-theistic understanding of the 12-Step process, enabling the individual to find the power for change within himself or herself.

Since this is an anonymous group, actual attendance is never listed, Meetings average 20 to 30 every Monday and Saturday. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in how the 12 Steps can work for anyone, alcoholic or not, pretending nothing.

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

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SNAP is the largest, oldest and most active self-help group for clergy sex abuse victims, whether assaulted by ministers, priests, nuns or rabbis. SNAP is a confidential, safe place for wounded men and women to be heard, supported and healed. SNAP works tirelessly to achieve two goals: to heal the wounded and to protect the vulnerable. The organization has more than 20,000 members and support groups meet in over 60 cities across the U.S. and the world.

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Saturday, December 8 at 11:00 AM

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          Events Committee meeting      Cache   Translate Page      

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Hello, fellow Hub members! This is your chance to be involved in an important way with the activities at the Hub. Several of you have expressed an interest in working with the Events Committee. We meet the 2nd Sunday after Coffee and Community. Join us if you have ideas for programs and/or if you have some time to help out with one of our events. We need people who can help set up the room and the AV equipment for the monthly science talk.

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Sunday, December 9 at 11:30 AM

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American Express is building a new Centurion Lounge!  Starting in Fall 2019, Charlotte Douglas International Airport will be home to the newest Centurion Lounge. American Express appears to really be kicking it into overtime with building new lounges recently, with locations in Denver, Los Angeles, and New York (JFK) currently under construction.  This announcement now …
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Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Monday, December 10 at 6:30 PM

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Join us at the Hub for a party to celebrate Winter Solstice! We will be having a pot-luck style dinner, a Unity Ring, and a book exchange.

Please bring a dish to share (hint: make a note in the comment section to let us know what you will be bringing).

Unity Ring: A few years ago we tried this and it was a hit! We all go through different (and many same) experiences, values, and interests. The unity ring is a round table with different points. You choose a string and wrap it around the different points that pertain to you. We eventually see how the different stings unite us all. It's really neat.

Book Exchange: This is a carry-over from the Humanists organization. If you wish, bring a book to trade, take home something new and interesting.

See you there!

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Saturday, December 22 at 6:00 PM

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          Humanism At The Hub - Atheism VS Humanism, Part 2      Cache   Translate Page      

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In December, Ralph Hughes gave an amazing presentation on Atheism VS Humanism and determined that Humanism will lead us into the future, and is our only hope for saving the human race. This month, we will explore how this could be accomplished.

The Hub and Humanists of Colorado Chapters of the American Humanist Association are very pleased to offer a regular explorations series on the 1st Sundays, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Each session will be slightly different and include several segments to showcase aspects of Humanism through a presentation, videos, movies, forums and explorations, followed by discussions. We will include time for participants to socialize and get acquainted, in keeping with the chapters goals of building community.

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Sunday, January 6 at 1:00 PM

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A 12-Step support group meeting for those struggling with religious beliefs, the idea of a god, or of a higher power someplace "out there" expressed in most AA meetings. Our goal is to recover a healthy, non-theistic understanding of the 12-Step process, enabling the individual to find the power for change within himself or herself.

Since this is an anonymous group, actual attendance is never listed, Meetings average 20 to 30 every Monday and Saturday. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in how the 12 Steps can work for anyone, alcoholic or not, pretending nothing.

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Saturday, February 9 at 9:30 AM

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Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Monday, February 11 at 6:30 PM

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          Recovering From Religion      Cache   Translate Page      

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Doubt Your Beliefs? Have Questions About Changing Or Leaving Your
Faith? You Are Not Alone, And We Are Here To Help. Learning how to
live after questions, doubts, and changing beliefs is a journey. We at
Recovering from Religion are intimately familiar with this path, and
we are here to help you to cross that bridge. Our passion is
connecting others with support, resources, community, and most of all,
hope.

Recovering from Religion is a support group for those exploring the possibilities of a life beyond religious belief. Monthly meetings are open to individuals from all religious backgrounds, at any stage in the process of leaving faith behind.

NOTE: Non-members are not able to view the names and profiles of members, or of those individuals who have indicated they will be attending an event. Even though member names and profile information can only be seen by other members, individuals ARE NOT required to indicate that they intend to attend any event publicized by the Denver Chapter of Recovering from Religion through the Meetup site.

If you wish to attend an event in which an attendance count is required, but you do not wish your name and profile information to be viewed by other members, please feel free to contact me at recoveringfromreligiondenver@gmail.com

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Saturday, June 1 at 11:00 AM

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          Humanism At The Hub      Cache   Translate Page      

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The Hub and Humanists of Colorado Chapters of the American Humanist Association are very pleased to offer a regular explorations series on the 1st Sundays, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Each session will be slightly different and include several segments to showcase aspects of Humanism through a presentation, videos, movies, forums and explorations, followed by discussions. We will include time for participants to socialize and get acquainted, in keeping with the chapters goals of building community.

Stay tuned for this month's program information.

Denver, CO 80205 - USA

Sunday, June 2 at 1:00 PM

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KOSI 101.1 has joined other radio stations across the country in pulling "Baby, It's Cold Outside" from its 24/7 holiday music lineup. In a statement to Denver7, KOSI said it had received a significant number of complaints from listeners who say in the age of […]
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Goed nieuws voor de zoo van Denver in de Verenigde Staten. Twee jonge olifanten Jake (9) en Chuck (10) werden al knuffelend gefilmd voor het slapen gaan. Het lijkt onbenullig, maar het is een goed teken. Dat wil zeggen dat de olifanten zich goed aanpassen aan hun nieuwe omgeving, want eerder werden de beesten naar een andere plaats in de zoo verplaatst.


          Bronze Statue, Fine Art, Sterling Flatware, Louis Seize, Qui - Denver CO - Tuesday December 4th, 2018 - Dickensheet and Associates, Inc      Cache   Translate Page      
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Nikola Jokic got his second triple-double of the season to help the injury-riddled Denver Nuggets overcome another key absence.Jokic capped a big night with three ...
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          OpenTable Diners Have Spoken: The 100 Best Restaurants in America 2018 #OpenTable100      Cache   Translate Page      

Millions of dining experiences and reviews later, we’re pleased to share our list of the 100 Best Restaurants in America 2018, according to OpenTable diners. The list is a comprehensive look at the year’s most beloved dining spots culled from more than 12 million verified diner reviews of more than 28,000 restaurants in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. From foodie-favorites with world-renowned chefs to breakthrough hidden gems, the list showcases the platform’s comprehensive network of dining options for every occasion across the country. New York holds the most honorees with 24 winning restaurants followed by California with 15, Illinois with nine and Texas with eight, including Uchi in Dallas (pictured above). Pennsylvania boasts seven winners followed by Washington D.C. with six winners while Florida and Georgia each claim four. New to the list are Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, and Rhode Island, with standout restaurants including Matsuhisa Denver, Phoenicia, AgriVino, and The Dining Room […]

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          Comment on Somebody In Atlanta Needs To Get Fired by Ron      Cache   Translate Page      
I totally agree with you Zack that someone should be fired. I believe it should be Dan Quinn. He chose to hire Steve Sarkasian and it hasn't worked. Even the so called defense has been pretty sorry the last two years. One of the worst players on the team was signed to a contract extension several years ago, No. 23 Mr Penalty and worthless as a DB Mr Alford. If Dan Quinn feels like this player is so great then I can see why our team defense is pretty sorry. And then we have a player that we rely on each year and by week 3 or 4 he seems to be done for most of the season if not all of the season and he's perfect for the One Call That's All Commercial since he seems to be injured more than he plays. The ex LSU player and I don't know why I can't think of his name, probably because he is injured so much. The defense plays the first two downs great most of the time but they can't maintain if for one more down. What about all the penalties we have gotten. That shows lack of discipline and that's the gist of what we have right now on the team. Hire the one that just got fired as our HC or OC and see if it doesn't improve but we also have to get rid of the deadbeats and hire some players that can play. Just look at the last two seasons and how our division has improved with the marquee players they have. I don't know what DQ or TD system is for drafting players but it ain't working. How did we let the kid from Tennessee go to N.O. Saints. Now he is killing everyone in the league with his running and passing. How did we miss him? There are others like JJ Watts brother. Look at the receivers on Philadelphia and Denver. How did we miss them. Then we get the one from Alabama and yesterday he is running backwards supposedly trying to make more yardage but ended up losing some. He has a habit of going backward when he runs, the WR should learn from Julio Jones to run straight ahead not backwards. So, the whole team has issues and I don't see any improvements being made anytime soon if DQ or TD stays around. Even SS needs to go. He isn't doing anything to excite our offense.
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I totally agree with you Zack that someone should be fired. I believe it should be Dan Quinn. He chose to hire Steve Sarkasian and it hasn't worked. Even the so called defense has been pretty sorry the last two years. One of the worst players on the team was signed to a contract extension several years ago, No. 23 Mr Penalty and worthless as a DB Mr Alford. If Dan Quinn feels like this player is so great then I can see why our team defense is pretty sorry. And then we have a player that we rely on each year and by week 3 or 4 he seems to be done for most of the season if not all of the season and he's perfect for the One Call That's All Commercial since he seems to be injured more than he plays. The ex LSU player and I don't know why I can't think of his name, probably because he is injured so much. The defense plays the first two downs great most of the time but they can't maintain if for one more down. What about all the penalties we have gotten. That shows lack of discipline and that's the gist of what we have right now on the team. Hire the one that just got fired as our HC or OC and see if it doesn't improve but we also have to get rid of the deadbeats and hire some players that can play. Just look at the last two seasons and how our division has improved with the marquee players they have. I don't know what DQ or TD system is for drafting players but it ain't working. How did we let the kid from Tennessee go to N.O. Saints. Now he is killing everyone in the league with his running and passing. How did we miss him? There are others like JJ Watts brother. Look at the receivers on Philadelphia and Denver. How did we miss them. Then we get the one from Alabama and yesterday he is running backwards supposedly trying to make more yardage but ended up losing some. He has a habit of going backward when he runs, the WR should learn from Julio Jones to run straight ahead not backwards. So, the whole team has issues and I don't see any improvements being made anytime soon if DQ or TD stays around. Even SS needs to go. He isn't doing anything to excite our offense.
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For sale is a Mossberg 590 12 gauge, 20” barrel, Speedfeed stock, 590A1 heavy walled barrel, and steel safety. The only things this 590 doesn’t have that an A1 does is the metal trigger guard and bayo lug. This shotgun runs great and has fewer than 100 rounds through it. Bought from original owner who purchased a decade ago, fired it once, and stuck it in a closet. I swapped the barrel, safety, tube spring and follower.  

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I have for sale this NEW never fired Citadel 1911 .45Acp pistol. This is full size government model. 

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Up for sale is this like new condition Remington 870 Magnum 12ga home defense shotgun. It has factory Remington magazine extension with 18” barrel, ATI heat shield, side saddle shell holder, and hogue tamer grip and forend. This shotgun is in excellent shape, like new condition.

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          (Denver) Ruger 10/22TDX22OD 22LR MGPLSTK ODG - $ 399      Cache   Translate Page      
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Twist1:16" RH
FinishSatin Blued
Overall Length35"
Barrel Length16.40"
Weight4.2 lb.
Grooves6
          (Denver) Left hand Stag AR w/chrome lined barrel and 1:7 twist - $ 635      Cache   Translate Page      
Stag 15L O.R.C. (Optics Ready Carbine) Rifles feature Stag's high quality and long-lasting durability standards outfitted with standard GI carbine furniture. - The Stag 15L O.R.C. features a 5.56x45mm NATO chamber 16 1/7 chrome lined barrel with a thermoplastic handguard mil-spec stock A2 birdcage flash hider and a mil-spec manganese phosphate coated M16 BCG. - Every complete rifle from Stag Arms comes with a Transferable Lifetime Warranty an Infinite Shot Barrel Guarantee a magazine and a rifle case.

- Weight: 6.5 lbs - Length: 32.25 collapsed 35.5 extended 
- Action: Semi-Auto Direct Impingement 
- Caliber: 5.56 NATO | .223 
- Twist Rate: 1/7 Button Rifled 
- Muzzle Device: A2 Flash Hider 
- Barrel: 16 4150 Steel Chrome Lined Government Profile Manganese Phosphate Coated 
- Handguard: Thermoplastic Handguard 
- Receiver Material: Forged and Mil-Spec 7075 T6 Aluminum with Type 3 Hard Coat Anodizing 
- Bolt Carrier: Mil-Spec Manganese Phosphate coated M16 BCG 
- Gas System: Carbine Length with Railed Gas Block 
- Charging Handle: Standard Mil-Spec 
- Buttstock: Mil-Spec 6 Position Stock 
- Buffer: Standard Carbine Buffer and Spring 
- Trigger: Mil-Spec Single Stage Trigger 
- Grip: Mil-Spec Pistol Grip 
- Magazine: 10rd
- Safety Selector: Left Hand
          (Denver) ATI Omni Hybrid Stripped Upper (AR-15) - $ 28      Cache   Translate Page      
American Tactical Imports is producing this light weight extremely durable Omni Hybrid Max AR-15 metal reinforced polymer upper.
The metal inserts imbedded into this upper reinforces those critical areas where the most stress is likely to occur.
It's ready to accept all of your standard upper assembly components with the flat top optic ready design you're looking for.
This is a multi-caliber upper that can be used with any standard AR caliber build including, .22 LR, 5.56 NATO, .223 Rem, .300 BLK, or 6.8 SPC.

If you're looking for a lightweight affordable AR upper on you're next build then you're looking for the ATI Omni Hybrid Max Stripped Upper Receiver! 

Specifications and Features:
Accepts standard mil-spec parts

American Tactical Imports Omni Hybrid Maxx ATIHUP200 
AR15 Stripped Upper Receiver 
Metal Reinforced Polymer Construction 
Flat Top Optics Ready Design 
Weight 0.5 Pounds 
Multi-Caliber 
Black


Patented Metal-reinforced polymer upper receiver
Lightweight with durability of a forged aluminum upper
Metal insert to reinforce critical areas of the upper
Only 1/2 a pound! (7 ounces)
          (Denver) New FN 5.7x28mm Semi-Auto Pistol - $ 1,375      Cache   Translate Page      

The FN Five-seveN single-action autoloading pistol fires the low-recoil 5.7x28mm cartridge making it ideal for personal protection, target shooting or NRA Tactical Police Competition. It features a textured, ergonomic polymer frame with checkered panels for enhanced grip. The polymer slide cover helps reduce weight and the operating controls allow for easy access with a reversible magazine release and ambidextrous manual safety levers. The barrel is hammer-forged and chrome-lined for enhanced accuracy and extended service life. Pistols ship with 3 magazines and a lockable hard case.

Description: FNM FIVE-SVN SA PST 10RD blk
Brand: FN America
Model: Five-seveN
Type: Pistol: Semi-Auto
Caliber: 5.7X28MM
Finish: Black Slide & Frame
Action: Single Action
Stock: Flat Dark Earth Polymer
Sight: FT: 1-Dot RR: 2-Dot Low Profile Adjustable
Barrel Length: 4.75
Overall Length: 8.2
Weight: 21.8 oz
Capacity: 10+1
# of Mags: 3
Safety: Ambidextrous Manual Safety
Receiver: Blk Polymer, Equiptment Rail
Packaging: Black Plastic Case with Cable Lock


          (Denver) Magpul Pmag Gen3 40 rd Torn Flag Magazine - $ 30      Cache   Translate Page      
This is a Magpul Pmag M3 40 rd magazine laser enraved in house.  This will be sold only in states where it is legal. To order these please visit Laser engraved Pmags
          (Denver) RUGER 10/22 WILD HOG 22 LR - $ 335      Cache   Translate Page      
UPC: 736676211685
MFG MDL #: 21168
FAMILY:10/22 Series
MODEL:10/22 Wild Hog
TYPE:Rifle
ACTION:Semi-Auto
FINISH:Blue
STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock
STOCK/GRIPS:Altamont Walnut “WILD HOG”
CALIBER/GAUGE:22 LR
CAPACITY:10+1
# OF MAGS:1
MAGAZINE DESC:10 rd.
BARREL:18″
RATE-OF-TWIST:1-in-16″
SIGHTS:Gold Bead FS / Adjustable RS
SAFETY:Crossbolt
ADDL INFO:Engraved Altamont Laser Stock
          Allen and Tucker seek to improve slumping teams      Cache   Translate Page      
Fans of parity are in love with the NBA right now. In the Western Conference, 5.5 games separate the top-seeded Denver Nuggets from the 14th-seeded Utah Jazz. In the Eastern Conference, the red-hot Milwaukee Bucks have cooled off, while the Boston Celtics appear to be piecing together a working rotation
          Nuggets visit Magic, seek seventh straight win      Cache   Translate Page      
The Denver Nuggets are coming off a rousing win against the league's best team while the Orlando Magic are coming off a moderately successful six-game road trip. Denver takes a six-game winning streak into Wednesday's visit to Orlando while the Magic are seeking a positive follow-up performance
          NBA Power Rankings: The West is getting weirder      Cache   Translate Page      
Thanks to their win over the Golden State Warriors, the Detroit Pistons have now won five straight games and are the East's hottest team outside of the Toronto Raptors. Meanwhile, out West, things are getting even more complex with the LA Clippers and Denver Nuggets atop the standings, the defending
          Mission's Tortilla Route, Littleton, CO in Denver Colorado      Cache   Translate Page      


Mission’s Tortilla Route for sale in the Littleton, Colorado region for $187,900! Currently generating $785,304 in yearly sales and nets $127,564. Distributorship and territory are purchased through seller and contracted through Mission Foods. Mission Foods currently distributes its well-known brand of tortillas, chips, and more. This route currently has 10 accounts delivering to popular grocery stores, super centers, and a restaurant. A truck is included. Well established route with plenty of opportunity for growth! For more details and financing options go HERE: http://routesforsale.net/mission-foods-route-for-sale-littleton-colorado.html
          WatchBox Introduces Specialty Financial Services Through Partnership with Luxury Asset Capital      Cache   Translate Page      

PHILADELPHIA and DENVER, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- WatchBox, the leading global platform for the buying, selling, and trading of pre-owned luxury timepieces, and Luxury Asset Capital, a leader in the alternative financing market, today announced a specialty financial services...


          Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For NFL Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
          DraftKings daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – December 5, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Wednesday’s DraftKings slate 7 p.m. ET: Golden State at Cleveland, Denver at Orlando 7:30 p.m. ET: Washington at Atlanta, Oklahoma City at Brooklyn 8 p.m. ET: Philadelphia at Toronto, LA Clippers at Memphis, Detroit vs Bucks, Charlotte at Minnesota, Dallas at New Orleans 10:30 p.m. ET: San Antonio at LA Lakers My favorite plays of […]

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          FanDuel daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – December 5, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Wednesday’s FanDuel slate 7 p.m. ET: Golden State at Cleveland, Denver at Orlando 7:30 p.m. ET: Washington at Atlanta, Oklahoma City at Brooklyn 8 p.m. ET: Philadelphia at Toronto, LA Clippers at Memphis, Detroit vs Bucks, Charlotte at Minnesota, Dallas at New Orleans 10:30 p.m. ET: San Antonio at LA Lakers My favorite plays of […]

FanDuel daily picks: Fantasy basketball lineup – December 5, 2018 - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites


          Bluetooth Lautsprecher USB, Aux BTB 410      Cache   Translate Page      

Bluetooth Lautsprecher USB, Aux BTB 410 Stereoanlage mit Bluetooth, USB, Aux IN, UKW Radio und LED-Lichteffekten Denver BTB 410Mit diesem Bl...
CHF 129.00


          "El monstruo de Denver" se inspiró en una película de Leonardo DiCaprio para planificar los homicidios      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Künstliche Intelligenz: Machine Learning – so weit sind deutsche Unternehmen      Cache   Translate Page      
Entscheider in deutschen Unternehmen setzen verstärkt auf künstliche Intelligenz und Machine Learning. Mit lernenden Systemen optimieren sie Prozesse, entwickeln digitale Produkte und analysieren das Kundenverhalten.
          Senior Full Stack Software Developer - PHP, AJAX, JQuery      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Denver, If you are a Senior Full Stack Software Developer with experience, please read on! Top Reasons to Work with Us 1. Industry Leader! 2. Awesome base salary + benefits!! 3. Great company culture!! What You Will Be Doing - Developing structured code in a casual environment - Communicating with end users and internal customers - Utilizing your skills for the development of tools - Collaborating with an
          University of Queensland team devises universal test for cancer - Medical Device Network      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. University of Queensland team devises universal test for cancer  Medical Device Network
  2. Australian researchers develop 10-minute cancer test  CNN
  3. The 'holy grail' for cancer diagnostics? Australian researchers claim breakthrough in new study  USA TODAY
  4. Blood test to detect cancer within just 10 minutes developed by scientists  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Australian researchers create 10-min cancer test  The Denver Channel
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Fantasy Football Week 13 Automated Insights Recap      Cache   Translate Page      
12 team half ppr Yahoo league - 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 W/R/T, 1 K, 1 DST

Last week, I broke down a must win Week 13 matchup for me to reach the fantasy football playoffs in this league. I won!

San Francisco 49ers rookie WR is just 3% owned in Yahoo fantasy football and scored two touchdowns against the Seattle Seahawks secondary. That makes it 206 receiving yards and three touchdowns in the last two weeks as Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon are out. He goes against the Denver Broncos defense in Week 14 and they just lost their best CB in Chris Harris. Sure, Nick Mullins (414 passing yards in Week 13) is his QB, but Pettis has proven to be an excellent route runner and extremely difficult to cover. Expect him to be one of the most added players on waiver come Wednesday.

Another 49er to consider on waivers, Jeff Wilson Jr. (undrafted out of North Texas), came in for an injured Matt Breida and rushed 15 times for 61 yards and caught eight passes for 73 yards.

The Pittsburgh Steelers lost James Conner to an ankle injury in Week 13 and he is officially out Week 14 vs the Oakland Raiders. Hello Jaylen Samuels, who will lineup in the Steelers backfield but is TE eligible on Yahoo! If you miss on Samuels, put in a waiver claim for Stevan Ridley.

Chase Edmonds vultured two touchdowns away from David Johnson in Week 13!

Good luck in the fantasy football playoffs!

Fantasy Football Week 14 Rankings

Fantasy Football Week 13 Automated Insights Recap
  • Jameis Winston scored 22.76 points, the third-highest score for a QB this week
  • Russell Wilson had a 52-yard touchdown pass and a 45-yard pass
  • Drew Brees had a 30-yard touchdown pass
  • Tom Brady had a 24-yard touchdown pass and a 42-yard pass
  • Dalvin Cook (84 Rush Yds, 22 Rec Yds) scored 14.6 points against the Patriots in Week 13. His scoring output was 16.5% more than his 12.53-point projection and was much higher than his 5.08-point season scoring average. Cook will face the Seahawks next week
  • Adrian Peterson had a 90-yard touchdown run
  • Tarik Cohen had a 46-yard catch
  • Phillip Lindsay had a 65-yard touchdown run
  • Golden Tate (7 Rec, 85 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) scored 20 points in a 28-13 win over the Redskins in Week 13. His scoring output more-than-doubled his 9.76-point projection and was much higher than his 10.02-point season scoring average. Tate ranks #77 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Cowboys next week
  • Dante Pettis (5 Rec, 129 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs) scored 27.2 points against the Seahawks in Week 13. His scoring output nearly quadrupled his 6.88-point projection and was much higher than his 15.63-point season scoring average. Pettis will face the Broncos next week
  • Keenan Allen (29.8 points) recorded the highest score for a wideout this week
  • Odell Beckham Jr. had a 49-yard touchdown pass
  • Tyler Lockett had a 52-yard touchdown catch
  • Courtland Sutton had a 30-yard touchdown catch
  • Antonio Brown had a 28-yard touchdown catch and a 46-yard catch
  • Josh Gordon had a 24-yard touchdown catch
  • Jared Cook overachieved for the fifth time this season, scoring 19.5 points against his 7.66-point projection. During a 40-33 loss to the Chiefs, he caught 7 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. Cook ranks #73 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Steelers next week
  • The Seahawks defense scored 16 points in a 43-16 win over the 49ers to beat their 9.86-point projection. They allowed 16 points, surrendered 452 yards, and forced 3 turnovers to beat their projection by the highest percentage of any player on KeithyP this week. Next week, the Seahawks will go up against the Vikings
  • The Giants defense (27 Pts Allowed, 376 Yds Allowed, 3 Turnovers) scored 17 points against the Bears in Week 13. Their scoring output nearly tripled their 5.93-point projection and was much higher than their 8.75-point season scoring average. The Giants defense will face the Redskins next week

          From “Hades” to “heaven”: Fed-up California landlord and his tenants move to Colorado together - The Denver Post      Cache   Translate Page      
From “Hades” to “heaven”: Fed-up California landlord and his tenants move to Colorado together  The Denver Post

About 70000 residents have left Santa Clara County over the last five years -- making it one of the more popular spots in the country to flee. Tony Hicks and his ...


          Prateek Kuhad set for North American tour in 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

New Delhi, Dec 5 (IANS) Singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad, known for songs like "Saansein" and "Kho gaye hum kahan", will perform in North America next year.

Prateek has gigs in Houston, Texas (March 17, 2019), Los Angeles (March 20, 2019), San Francisco (March 22, 2019), Seattle (March 24, 2019), Portland (March 25, 2019), Vancouver (March 26, 2019), Denver (March 28, 2019), Chicago (March 30, 2019), Toronto (April 1, 2019), Montreal (April 2, 2019), Boston (April 4, 2019), Washington (April 5, 2019), Brooklyn (April6, 2019) and New York (April 8, 2019).

His six-track EP, "cold/mess" -- recorded and produced in Nashville -- hit number one on iTunes India Charts upon release in July 2018. He has now released the video for "cold/mess", the title track off his 2018 EP.

Fans have embraced Kuhad for his emotional lyrics and humble charm, which extends to the video for "cold/mess", shot and directed in Mumbai by Ukrainian filmmaker Dar Gai.

"Prateek's music is easy to listen to. Yet behind the melody, the lyrics dig deep at a broken heart, loneliness and a level of raw honesty which can sometimes leave you, for a lack of better word, uncomfortable. Uncomfortable because it's honest," Gai said in a statement.

Prateek said the concept for the video stemmed from the album artwork - "two lovers in a warm, deep embrace, yet underwater. Deep in love, but suffocating. I write my songs with straightforwardness and honesty, and the visual focus was to express it in the same way - exactly how it is".

--IANS

nn/nir


           Preview: Magic return home to host streaking Nuggets       Cache   Translate Page      
The Orlando Magic begin a quick two-game homestand Wednesday night when they host the dominant Denver Nuggets.
          Comment on New Project: X Denver by Pete Charles      Cache   Translate Page      
An interesting post. Next week I have a business trip near this place in Denver.
          Comment on New Project: The Hooper by Cherry Creek      Cache   Translate Page      
"That’s true Eric. However it’s convenient what history we tend to recognize. We recognize this area as the “Harlem of the West” , yet ignore how it came to be known as that (redlining and racist segregation policies from the 1930s forcing African Americans into this area of the city)." Not sure what you mean by "ignore." There' s been quite of lot of recent and historical media coverage of redlining in Denver and its impact on African Americans. Google is our friend: https://www.google.com/search?q=Denver+redlining&rlz=1C1GGRV_enUS751US751&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwik7eej0IbfAhVLn-AKHZPIDDsQ_AUIDigB&biw=1862&bih=919 "That’s why it’s disingenuous. 80 years later predominantly white developers take advantage of a depressed, mostly black neighborhood and revitalize it for a predominantly white population and then sanctimoniously pay homage to its black history." How are they "taking advantage" of the neighborhood? By filling empty lots with new buildings? By creating new businesses with new jobs? By driving foot traffic which makes a city safer? By creating hundreds if not thousands of relatively well-paying, construction jobs which historically employ significant numbers of minorities? By the rising land values of African Americans who own property in this neighborhood? And I don't see recognizing black history in Denver and the role of African Americans in this neighborhood as sanctimonious - by acknowledging history developers will help maintain and extend the understanding of this history, including redlining. It's not hard to imagine people complaining, if the developers had not done this, that they were showing disrespect by ignoring this history. "Why can’t that progress be aimed at keeping 5 points a predominantly black neighborhood as it flourishes? Why are those mutually exclusive?" Now that's a good question, but to me you are conflating the more narrow topic of "real estate development" with the much bigger challenge of widely-shared economic progress, minority income, and wealth distribution. Those are all huge, entirely legitimate topics. But don't think, its realistic to lay all of those challenges at the feet of real estate developers, and expect easy answers, or expect them to "solve" those issues through some miraculous development plan. Obviously, encouraging (and requiring) affordable housing can help some, but only in a limited way (a relatively few benefit). The greater question is what to do you do to make African-Americans and other minorities flourish in the Denver and US economy so that they are able to participate in and be represented in a "flourishing" neighborhood? Damn good question, but not one, I think, that any developer on the planet can easily answer.
          Comment on New Project: St. Joseph Medical Pavilion by Jeff      Cache   Translate Page      
Nice..no extra parking! Also, can we just compare for a second this Medical Building to the terrible nightmare Denver Health is constructing.
          New birthing center opens in Denver as moms seek natural deliveries      Cache   Translate Page      
A handful of centers have popped up across Denver and hospitals have expanded their offerings to put more focus on midwifery as women and families take more interest in how and where they have their babies. (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines)
          Offer - Amerisleep Cherry Creek North, Denver - USA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business Name: Amerisleep Cherry Creek North, Denver Website: https://www.amerisleep.com/retail/denver-cherry-creek Keywords and Tags: Mattress Store Cherry Creek, Mattress Cherry Creek, Mattress Firm Cherry Creek Descriptions: Amerisleep's showroom is conveniently located at Cherry Creek in Denver, CO. Experience the supportive comfort of our innovative memory foam mattresses and adjustable beds, find your perfect combination,then enjoy better sleep at home. Owner name: Douglas Harrison Full Address: 3015 E 2nd Ave Denver CO 80206 Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Amerisleep+Cherry+Creek+North,+Denver/@39.719535,-104.9542142,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x876c7f3a21396447:0x7d3326d294a0534b!8m2!3d39.719536!4d-104.9520248 Phone: 800-500-4233 Timing: Monday - Friday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM Sunday 12:00 AM –6:00 PM Social Pages: https://www.facebook.com/amerisleep https://twitter.com/amerisleep https://www.instagram.com/amerisleep/ https://plus.google.com/+Amerisleep https://www.pinterest.com/amerisleep/
          Slow Wine to Add Oregon Wineries in Annual English Language Guide and...      Cache   Translate Page      

2019 Tour to include San Francisco, Portland, Denver, Boston and New York

(PRWeb December 05, 2018)

Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/slow_wine_to_add_oregon_wineries_in_annual_english_language_guide_and_on_tour_for_first_time_in_2019/prweb15967615.htm


          Alec Burks dunkt zum Sieg, Nikola Jokic dominant      Cache   Translate Page      
Während Nikola Jokic die Denver Nuggets per Triple Double zum Sieg gegen die Toronto Raptors führt, dunkt Alec Burks die Cleveland Cavaliers bei den Brooklyn Nets zum Sieg.
          Expanded West Springs Hospital opens      Cache   Translate Page      
A Grand Junction psychiatric hospital is scheduled to begin accepting patients Dec. 11 at its newly expanded facilities. Mind Springs Health, an organization that provides services in Western Colorado, operates West Springs Hospital, the only inpatient psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City. Following a $34 million expansion project, the hospital offers 64 beds, […]
          Physical and mental maturation of Lonzo Ball is apparent to Lakers coach Luke Walton      Cache   Translate Page      

It was fair to meet with skepticism Lonzo Ball’s declaration in Denver that despite his ankle injury he could have kept playing and that he would not miss any games.

Ball’s history didn’t support his insistence that night. Ball has been more prone to missing weeks or even months because of injuries...


          JOKIĆ SRUŠIO NAJBOLJU EKIPU NBA: Tripl-dabl i poeni za pobedu!      Cache   Translate Page      
Košarkaši Denver Nagetsa ostvarili su veliku pobedu, pošto su na gostovanju savladali Toronto Reptorse…
          Tomlin On Officiating Gaffes: ‘We’re Gonna Dwell In This Misery’ Instead Of Seeking Comfort      Cache   Translate Page      

The Pittsburgh Steelers may have lost two games in a row, but at least their losses have generated conversations about rules, and that’s always exciting. Right? Last week, after falling to the Denver Broncos 24-17, the conversation about the fumble in the end zone rule was brought up again. If an offensive team fumbles before […]

The post Tomlin On Officiating Gaffes: ‘We’re Gonna Dwell In This Misery’ Instead Of Seeking Comfort appeared first on Steelers Depot.


          Chauncey Billups was honored with a portrait at Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library in Denver.      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Landlords in metro Denver and nonprofit team up to help renters      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Feminist Pastor Melting Down Christian 'Purity Rings' To Create A Vagina Statue      Cache   Translate Page      
It sounds like a story from the Book of Exodus (if it were written by a feminist); alas, it is actually happening. In Denver, Colorado, a liberal Lutheran pastor named Nadia Bolz-Weber is calling on women to send her their Christian "purity rings" so that she can make herself a vagina statue.
          Peg Perl would like to take advantage of new tools available to the Denver clerk's office      Cache   Translate Page      
Perl is one of two people currently running for Denver Clerk and Recorder.
          The U.S. Attorney's Office just took a hardline stance against Denver's plan for a supervised drug use site      Cache   Translate Page      
The federal response comes after the City Council passed a bill allowing for a supervised injection site pilot program.
          Denver will become the latest city to wipe low-level marijuana offenses from the record      Cache   Translate Page      
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          #fireplace - skyestonedenver      Cache   Translate Page      
Mix, mingle, and enjoy the holidays in your new home!
          (Denver) AR15 Slidefire bump fire stock like new - $ 725      Cache   Translate Page      
For sale or trade is like new ar15 with slidefire stock installed, ran 4 mags through it no problem.  Upper is Davidsen Defence, lower is Plum Crazy.
          (Denver) Ultra fire 900 lumens led weapon light gg&g mount - $ 65      Cache   Translate Page      
For sale or trade 900 lumens ultra fire weapon light with gg&g mount
          (Denver) BLACKHAWK! Night-Ops Gladius Flashlight with Strobe White LED - $ 115      Cache   Translate Page      
Excellent condition BLACKHAWK! Night-Ops Gladius Flashlight with Strobe White LED weapon light.  Multi modes, GG&G quick detach mount included.
          (Denver) Surefire 9P Heavy mods 1,000 lumens bladed flashlight - $ 99      Cache   Translate Page      
For sale or trade is heavily upgraded surefire 9p, 1,000 led module, 3 bladed crown bezel, momentary activation swith
          (Denver) FN Scar stock - $ 89      Cache   Translate Page      
Like new FN Scar stock, black.
          (Denver) HK P7 - $ 1,500      Cache   Translate Page      
Looking to buy new or like new HK p7m8 H&K.  Can purchase for cash or offer trade.  Local only!
          (Denver) Hogue AK47 grip new - $ 20      Cache   Translate Page      
New Hogue ak47 grip
          (Denver) AR15 lower parts kit new with grip - $ 35      Cache   Translate Page      
Anderson ar15 lower parts kit new and sealed, grip is also included
          (Denver) Like new LaRue Aimpoint t2 micro qd mount - $ 75      Cache   Translate Page      
For sale or trade Like new LaRue Aimpoint t2 micro qd mount
          (Denver) Eotech XPS type red dot scope - $ 75      Cache   Translate Page      
like new red dot scope xps eotech type.  I do not think its the real Eotech, maybe a clone
          (Denver) Arsenal AK furniture tan for milled reciever - $ 70      Cache   Translate Page      
For sale or trade Arsenal furniture, polymer, in tan color for milled reciever
          (Denver) Flat Top Offset One Piece QD Scope Mount with Quick Release Cam Locks 1913 Picatinny Rails - $ 39      Cache   Translate Page      
Flat Top Offset One Piece QD Scope Mount with Quick Release Cam Locks 1913 Picatinny Rails.  New in box never installed.
          (Denver) Ruger Mk. II .22 Government Model - $ 275      Cache   Translate Page      
Ruger Mark II .22 Government Model Stainless. 6 7/8" barrel. Used. Excellent shape. Two Ruger magazines. $275. Transfer at Douglas County Firearms, or dealer of your choice, within reason, in South/Central Denver area.
          Denver Broncos Classic shaped necklace by MuddyPixels      Cache   Translate Page      

9.99 USD

Very nice Broncos Charm Necklace!

See additional images for size comparison

Please note, additional photos show other styles we may have in our shop and are for reference

Chain is 24 inches long, Option of link chain at 18" (pictured), or ball chain at 24 inches

Fun for any Denver Broncos or Colorado sports fan!

Can also use as a purse, backpack, charm, and much more, use your imagination!

Any questions? Feel free to convo us!



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          RB C.J. Anderson signs with Raiders      Cache   Translate Page      
CJ Anderson has landed with an AFC West team, but not the one everyone expected. Anderson is signing with the Oakland Raiders, according to multiple reporters. The news comes a day after Anderson visited with the Kansas City Chiefs, with reporters saying he was expected to sign with KC. Instead, the Chiefs signed Charcandrick West, leaving Anderson to sign with Oakland. The Raiders have Doug Martin, Jalen Richardson, and DeAndre Washington at running back, but all three lost fumbles in Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs. That could be a reason for the Raiders signing Anderson. Anderson rushed for over 1,000 yards with Denver last season. He was cut by the Panthers last month after rushing for just 104 yards on 24 carries.
          Report: Raiders sign former Pro Bowl RB C.J. Anderson      Cache   Translate Page      
The Oakland Raiders would certainly have one heck of a running back group if we were to reverse time to 2014. Already employing the likes of Doug Martin and an injured Marshawn Lynch, Oakland has reportedly signed former Denver Broncos Pro Bowl running back C.J. Anderson. We’re really not sure what the point of this signing is. Oakland heads into Week 14 tied with the San Francisco 49ers for the worst record in the NFL at 2-10. Anderson, 27, put up a total of 104 yards in nine games with the Carolina Panthers prior to being released earlier in the season. A 1,000-yard performer last season in Denver, Anderson earned a Pro Bowl nod with the team back in 2014. Though, it’s hard to imagine what exactly he’s going to bring to the table to close out what has been a disastrous season for the Raiders. The one cool backstory here is that Anderson is a native of Northern California. It’s a homecoming of sorts for the veteran running back.
          Denver Officials Want To Erase Low-Level Marijuana Offenses      Cache   Translate Page      
DENVER (AP) — Denver officials are planning to clear thousands of marijuana convictions prosecuted before its use became legal in the state. Colorado was among the first states to broadly allow the use and sale of marijuana by adults, but cities elsewhere have led the way on automatic expungement of past misdemeanor marijuana convictions. A […]
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Stepping into the Marquis Theater in Denver on Nov. 27 was like taking a trip in the wayback machine. While the entertaining opening acts fell short of raising the dead from the glam and grunge rock eras, the Regrettes ensured that girl-group power-pop punk is alive and well. Hearts are pounding and blood is boiling as this fresh-faced mod squad's spirited romp shakes frenzied fans back to the future.

The remarkable Regrettes, a Los Angeles-based quartet founded in 2015 and fronted by lead vocalist-primary songwriter Lydia Night, had an adoring crowd in the palms of their hands even before they struck a power chord. Squeals and shrieks of delight rang out as the group members checked their instruments before returning briefly backstage.

The Regrettes' Genessa Gariano (left) and Lydia Night perform at the Marquis Theater in Denver on Nov. 27. Photo by Michael Bialas

So just imagine how Night and Co. — dazzling lead guitarist Genessa Gariano, and recent additions Drew Thomsen (drums) and touring bassist Brooke Dickson — were treated when they officially hit the stage for their first show on the 15-city Advanced Placement Tour that also includes Micky James and Welles.

It has been ages since I graduated from high school, but it's hard to believe that Night is only 18 yet has been making music for more than half her life. A commanding, charismatic, and confident onstage presence after stops at major festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo, she writes clever lyrics, sings passionately, moves playfully and leads effectively while keeping everybody else on their toes. Coming from someone who had trouble finding his way to class as a high school senior, that's delivered with a sense of shock and awe.

In true, rapid-fire punk fashion, the three young women on guitars backed by a 21-year-old male drummer reeled off 11 songs plus an encore in 45 minutes. The Regrettes built the rambunctious set in and around eight tight yet power-packed tracks off 2017's Feel Your Feelings Fool!, their full-length album debut for Warner Bros. Records that was produced by Mike Elizondo (Tegan and Sara, Twenty One Pilots).

Lydia Night leads the Regrettes through a fast and ferocious run in Denver. Photo by Michael Bialas

Night's songs are laced with girl empowerment themes, but the guys (at least the ones who who aren't the targets of her biting lyrics) are invited to join in on the fun. "Picture Perfect" (with chants of "Oooh, baby, baby, ba-ba-ba-baby"), "Hot", and "You Won't Do", provided plenty of ammunition from the album, along with latest single "Poor Boy".

The standalone track was released on 16 November and served as a show of support for victims of sexual abuse and rape as much as an anti-Brett Kavanaugh anthem over issues unveiled before he became a Supreme Court justice.

"We're releasing this song because we are done with letting abusers walk free," the Regrettes wrote to accompany the official lyric video (created by Gariano, a 21-year-old illustrator with at least one album cover in her portfolio) on YouTube. They also are asking fans to donate to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), an organization advocating for the rights of anyone affected by sexual violence.

The Regrettes - Poor Boy [Official Lyric Video] youtu.be

Deliberately delivering a fierce message — Poor boy, what ya gonna do? / These girls are comin for you — the song is punctuated by Gariano's headbanging riffs, and received an enthusiastic response from the enraptured Denver audience.

The music said it all, and Night, a vision of carefree youth with ponytailed purple hair in perpetual motion, tiny hearts under each eye and a Wango Tango 2000 *NSYNC T-shirt, kept her in-between-song banter to a minimum early on.

Still successfully increasing the intensity level by performing "Hey Now", their quivering signature track from Feel Your Feelings Fool!, Night took a brief moment to point out this was Dickson's first Regrettes show. Then she made sure everyone in the crowd knew how to give a certain hand gesture while setting up their next-to-last song before the encore.

"Beautiful, OK, OK. Put 'em away," Night said. "So [do it] during the chorus of the song. And I want that to be a really meaningful middle finger, OK? Not at us, I hope. I need you to picture someone that just really fucking grinds your gears. You know what I'm saying? And just give them one of those. Or two of those!"

With that, the Regrettes strolled into "Seashore", the singer addressing the high-and-mighty judgmental cases in the world who are "talkin' to me like a child". The song revs up just in time for Night to tell it like it is: "I'm like nobody else, so you can just go fuck yourself / I do a lot of stupid stuff but don't act like you're so tough."

If that smells like teen spirit, take a big whiff, whether you're a middle-ager, senior citizen or hail from Gen X, Y, and Z.

The content and construct of their songs aren't a one-dimensional attempt by male-bashing man-eaters to search and destroy, though. Even with movie star looks (think Jennifer Lawrence, 10 years ago), Night can laugh at herself through the pain, too.

She does exactly that in "Ladylike/WHATTA Bitch" ("It's about me being a bitch," she informs onstage) and "A Living Human Girl," dealing with a list of every teen's insecurities — pimples, greasy hair and prickly legs among them.

The Regrettes "California Friends" [Official Music Video] youtu.be

"California Friends", one of the Regrettes' most recent songs that opened the show and got the crowd bouncing so gleefully that the floor seemed ready to cave in, revels in a bundle of boundless energy and incredibly infectious hooks (with bandmates sounding like a cheerleading chorus line) to detail the doubts that go with falling in love, getting groovy at the movies and listening to Madonna.

Back in the day, the Material Girl might have been a major role model for Night (she covered the Madonna song that was captured on video), yet among the artists and genres the Regrettes currently like (as listed on their Facebook page) are the Ronettes, Kate Nash, Joan Jett and 1950s doo-wop.

Night also has mentioned the Crystals and the Ramones as major influences, but also allow their crossbreeding tendencies to include the best qualities of the Pretenders' Chrissie "Don't Fuck With Me" Hynde, X's Exene Cervenka, the Waitresses' flirty Patty Donahue, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O, Hole's Courtney Love, Garbage's Shirley Manson and Blondie's Debbie Harry, all of whom I have seen and admired.

On the Regrettes' 2108 EP Attention Seeker, a cover of Dion and the Belmonts' "A Teenager in Love" is among the five songs, so mouth-watering anticipation awaits as they prepare to deliver their next album in the spring.

Night's ability to take what's tried and true and mash it up into something new should attract more attention and thrill-seeking legions as her band continues to click through this cross-country tour that winds up in San Diego on 16 December.

In Denver, she even encouraged the crowd to form a "kind and loving mosh pit" before "You Won't Do", the last song before the "Hot" encore. "I think it's really important on this last song, we really give it our body and soul," she said.

To borrow from a popular phrase, if the Regrettes get them by the souls, their bodies, hearts and minds will surely follow.

See more photos from the Advanced Placement Tour.


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Ben Roethlisberger is a guy who comes to mind whenever someone slams his fist down and throws out a starting record to salute or slam the quarterback they absolutely love or positively can’t stand. Big Ben is a future Hall of Famer. A great player. And, for the record, he’s 142-69-1 in the regular season, 13-8 in the playoffs and, of course, 2-1 in Super Bowls. Like all quarterbacks, no teammate he’s ever had has a won-loss record so firmly stamped on his resume. Sure, bad quarterbacks make boneheaded plays to often lose games. And, yes, good ones sometimes perform heroically to win games. But what about all the many, many games when it’s questionable, at best, to attach a win or a loss to one player in a sport where 22 of them share the field at one time? Best example:  In Super Bowl XL, Roethlisberger completed 9 of 21 passes (42.9 percent) for 123 yards, no touchdowns, two interceptions and a 22.6 passer rating, second-lowest in his 15-year career. And HE “won” the game by “beating” Seattle 21-10. For the Vikings, 2018 is sliding toward the perfect storm of unflattering comparisons based on won-loss records for the quarterbacks who start for the Vikings, Redskins and Broncos. At this point last year, the Redskins were 5-7 with Kirk Cousins. This year, they’re 6-6 with Alex Smith, Colt McCoy and Mark Sanchez. At this point last year, the Vikings were 10-2 with Sam Bradford and Case Keenum. This year, with Cousins and his $84 million expectations, they’re 6-5-1 and slipping while Case is 6-6 and surging in Denver. But let’s not use a team’s record to assess a bottom-line, final-answer judgement on an individual. There are far, far too many other variables. As just one important example, the Vikings had only two defenders miss a total of three games due to injury/illness last year. A remarkable run of good health in this league. But this year has been a much different story since Week 3. To the point where Mike Zimmer’s defense played key chunks of Sunday’s game at New England with a punt returner and an undrafted rookie manning the cornerback spots opposite Tom Brady. Cousins has contributed to some losses, for sure. The Buffalo fiasco comes to mind first. But a good example on the flip side came in the L.A. Coliseum, where he was extraordinary in a 38-31 loss that saw the defense give up five touchdown passes and a perfect passer rating. Cousins is 32-37-2, including 0-2 in the playoffs. But how many of those losses did he play well in, and how many of those wins did he get carried? The same could be asked about every quarterback’s won-loss record. In 2015, Teddy Bridgewater’s record was 11-5. One of those wins was a 21-18 overtime victory in which Bridgewater was knocked out of the game early in the fourth quarter and replaced by Shaun Hill, who threw only one pass for a 6-yard completion in overtime. And when the Vikings clinched the NFC North in Week 17 that year,  Bridgewater completed 10 of 19 passes for 99 yards, no touchdowns, an interception and a season-low 45.7 passer rating. And got the “win” at Green Bay. And, one more example: Sam Bradford went 2-0 last year. That second “win” came when he had no business being on the field with a knee so weak that he couldn’t adequately protect himself. When he was mercifully pulled before halftime, he was 5-for-11 for 36 yards, four sacks and a 53.6 passer rating. Keenum led the Vikings to victory, but it didn’t go on his resume. Ditto for safety Harrison Smith, who’s late interception set up the short game-winning field goal in the closing seconds. So, yeah, a quarterback’s record can be a piece to the puzzle. Just don’t let it be the only piece. Look deeper into what happened in the games. Better yet, watch the games before looking at the numbers.
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          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Blink, Ok fair point, calling everyone PFDJ. Now please apply same logic, is it fair everyone who oppose PFDJ as weyane or their sympathizers. I mean everyone, who went to Awasa for conference and even used the term opposition. Quick question for you. ERITREAN opposition existed long before the war between PFDJ and TPLF. In fat the first congress that formed the umbrella was held in Toronto. Long before those who want them to abandon their principle and fold to the PFDJ, they were advocation for the Johova witness, the Muslim teachers, the disabled war veterans, the journalists, while others were mute and minding their business. PFDJ was hunting ERITREAN opposition figures from Sudan and Ethiopia. I think two names I remember, but one is some Tesfay Ghebretsadiq where his sister, Freweyni made a heartfelt appeal in dehai for his abduction. If I recall it was before the war. You are front and center blaming all Eritrea problems to the opposition, knowing well that they have nothing to do with it. They are weak, they are disorganized etc is one thing, but to actually to put the blame is really a crime. Have they hold people hostage, have they get paid, have they mislead the people, have they start a conflict harming the innocent. At best they advocated for the wronged, at worst, they spend their time and resources without seeing change for a long time. So a little honesty is required. Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Girmay; you may think it is rude to tell the truth but the truth needs to be said and no one is qualified other than the defender of the truth, yours truly. You said " What I find very rude and disrespectful is belliting your fellow Eritreans in public forum." if the lost souls are not ashamed to go all the way to Hawssa paid by charity; do you think I am being rude and disrespectful by telling the truth? This happened when the Eritrea was under the grip of TPLF thugs. To even go further who ever made the trip and accepted TPLF money should be disqualified from any Eritrean political activity. ANY! So as you can see I am not labeling anyone; rather I am calling them out. I think we have a cultural difference by the way I see and the way see. I am guessing growing in Africa you probably trained when you see wrong to look the other way while my training is when see wrong; call it out, stand up and talk about it. so, I understand why you find it my take rude and disrespectful. However; it is not. I am no hater if few old Eritreans collect few dollars for their retirement from FEZAZ Weyane but still needs to be said. wrong is wrong. All that money Weyane lost on Eritrean diaspora to Hawassa could have helped the crippled former TPLF fighters who are struggling day in day out but no your weyane must show off. You can apologize all you want but wrong is wrong and it needs to be called out. Girmay; for once stand for the truth not for politics!!!
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Selam; I am wondering if you related by blood with Semere Ewur or Brhe -welfare? or just tell me your IQ and I will figured it out from there. till you do that the solution is for your wanna be opposition to get lost and be dismantled all together. are you part of the wanna be opposition? lol
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Dear Haile S I have been here long and I read MS all comments, I mean all . He is not a division based guy , he doesn’t give his views for the sake of getting support from some or fearing outlandish attacks from few in here , I wonder why everyone think that he or she has a knockdown argument against a true character of Eritreanism ? I mean most these trying to score has been telling us their best vocabulary to praise weyane and now what ? Come on Meles story is not even started to come to the sun . I mean if your handy man in Somalia region able to kill 200 innocent people and dump them in one whole , how would that be in Eritrea divided view of weyane . Let’s also admit that the ball holder has the power to throw where ever he wanted and that means there is no way we can just lampshade everyone as PFDJ just because he oppose your view or my view , we are talking still about our views .
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Blink      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear Berhe No, you misunderstood my point. I am saying saay buddy Shewq Ahmed plus all saay points of campaign for sanction all the points I mentioned are a stain that saay can’t offload .
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Nitricc (ምልሻ ጣፍ) I think from now that's how I am going to call you. ምልሻ ጣፍ. Time for you to go to Eritrea and join PFDJ Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Berhe Y      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Blink, I think ምልሻ ጣፍ must be phrase of the year. Now you are saying Saay needs help with his twitter. You can say anything else you want but needs help with twitter / his english really. Are you saying all the stuff IA accused of, proved and in fact has admitted responsibility is not true (may be not with Sudan but for sure with Ethiopia, Yemen and Djibouti). You know misinformation is the word of year according to dictionary. Berhe
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Amanuel Hidrat      Cache   Translate Page      
Selam Berhe (Abi-Seb), Thank you for reminding us to visit Saay’s blog. “Militia Taff” the same as in “militia sernay” are in full swing to confuse and misinform the Eritrean public. “Taff” in lieu of “human rights”is their slogan of the day. Saay came with the right topic for his piece.
          Comment on Eritreans Conclude a Two-Day Meeting in Denver, CO by Nitricc      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Berhe; you are such hypocrite loser. it was not long ago you wre declaring that PIA will never accept the peace call by the Ethiopian government. Dude, have a shame and shut your pie hole. Now you are trying to play the higher moral ground. I can't stand double face people like you. Besides what is to you? you are in Canada and be happy with your welfare and live your life like a pig in Zimmermann's farm. I rather be a Milisha Taff than scavenger of a welfare, just you know.
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Dear berhe Thanks for the info , remember saay also has his buddy shewiq Ahmed helping him with his Twitter . Saay also was the flagman of weyane for the sanction, he was also claiming the following 1. Eritrea started war with Sudan 2. Eritrea started war with Yemen 3. Eritrea started war with Djibouti 4. Eritrea started war with Weyane So he suddenly has the audacity to put people who disagreed with him in his old position.
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The Christmas Market took place this past weekend,
and Big K and I decided to check it out.
The East Lincoln Historical Society and Mundy House hosted the event,
and local artists were invited to showcase their handiwork.


We found Marjorie Fairbanks displaying her wonderful artwork.
She had a variety of outdoor scenes available.
She is based in Denver (NC)
and can be reached at 704-257-6429.


Brian Stack is new to the woven arts.
He is a weaver who finds the pasttime a great way to relax.
His wife is a knitter who has encouraged him to explore his talent.
We found out from chatting with them,
that they used to live very near our old house in Cooper City, FL.
Small world, huh?
To get more information about Brian's offerings,
email him at Stackman54@aol.com.


These mermaids created by Laura Johansen were truly works of art.
I can't imagine how much time and energy goes into making 
these whimsical treasures.
Laura designs an assortment of dolls using various materials.
She can be reached at 704-483-6625.


These glass Christmas trees were captivating!
The artist, Mary Miller, explained the multi-step process
and it can be described only as a labor of love.
Mary is the owner of FatCat Kiln Works
and you can contact her at 704-489-9494.


What local, hometown event would be complete 
without an array of baked goodies?
Although very tempting, 
we decided to walk right past all the calories on the table.
You know if it's homemade, it's gotta be good!



We featured Mundy House when we initially moved to the area.
It was one of our first local field trips.


Inside, the house was well-adorned with decorations
fashioned by the members of the East Lincoln Historical Society.
This group gets together before the holidays
and creates the most unique and charming vintage embellishments.
The best part is that they are all for sale!
The proceeds support this most valuable asset to the community.


These paper chains were so festive!
Most of the trimmings were incredibly simple,
but unrivaled in originality.
 

From ornaments to wreaths, 
there were a good deal of garnishes to be had.
Many of the decorations were made using natural materials
donated by members of the Master Gardeners group.


With a sampling of everyday materials,
this crafty group fabricated so many authentic offerings.
These paper trees were gorgeous!
And would you look at the clever use of these dried okra pods!
They were turned into snowmen and Santas!
I wish I had gotten a better picture of them.
In any case, 
I know what I'll be doing with my overgrown okra next season!



The two sleeping rooms upstairs were also decked out for the holidays.


Delightful bouquets of money plant and hydrangea
could be picked up at a bargain price.
There really was something for everyone to enjoy.


Big K and I had a great time not only revisiting Mundy House,
but seeing it bedecked in all its holiday glory was a real treat.

Next year, I am hoping there will be room 
for me and my daisy totes.
That way, 
I can have first dibs on all the handmade goodies!


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Cincinnati Bengals vs. LA Chargers 12/9/2018 Picks Predictions Previews More NFL Picks Predictions Previews Cincinnati Bengals vs. LA Chargers Game Notes—Cincinnati fell to 5-7 following the 24-10 home defeat to Denver Broncos as a +4 betting odds underdog. It is now a four game losing streak and six losses in seven. Bengals gained 311 offensive yards with 111 rushing. Jeff Driskel hit on 25 of 38 for 236 yards with a touchdown and interception. Joe Mixon ran for 82 yards. Team had a -2 turnover margin. On defense Cincinnati allowed 361 yards to the Denver offense with 218 rushing. They...

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          What Might've Been: Tammy (1965)      Cache   Translate Page      
A trio of feature films based on a modest novel led to a short-lived 1965 sitcom. So where did Tammy go wrong?

ABC scheduled the show in between The Flintstones & The Addams Family, both entering what would be their final seasons, on Friday nights. Seeing as I've never seen the show, I honestly don't know why it failed.

Star Debbie Watson became the 3rd actress to essay the part of Tammy, whose family surname had been changed from Tyree in the books and movies to Tarleton for unknown reasons, after Debbie Reynolds & Sandra Dee essayed the role in the movies. In fact, Universal cobbled together four episodes of the series to create the film, "Tammy & The Millionaire", released a year after the series ended. Denver Pyle, otherwise a recurring player on The Andy Griffith Show, was cast as Tammy's grandfather, and would play similar roles later on in The Doris Day Show & The Dukes of Hazzard. Watson, however, had flopped in her first starring gig, Karen, a year earlier, also from Universal, for NBC, and would later assume the role of Marilyn Munster in the feature film, "Munster Go Home". She didn't land any more leading roles post-Tammy, however.

Gilmore Box offers the intro:



ABC had similar problems with the Sally Field beach comedy, Gidget, which didn't even finish the season. Maybe if the two shows switched nights......

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          Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For NFL Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
Case Keenum #4 of the Denver Broncos throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Going into NFL Week 14 and the fantasy football playoffs, what fantasy players should you target on the waiver wire?
          Feds to Denver opioid addicts: Drop dead [Dumbass]      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Urbaner Klimawandel durch Bodenversiegelung in Graz      Cache   Translate Page      
Die Bodenversieglung bereitet in Graz immer mehr Probleme. In der öffentlichen Wahrnehmung ist sie jedoch kaum ein Thema. Die Initiative für ein unverwechselbares Graz engagiert sich gegen den urbanen Klimawandel. In einer kürzlich herausgegebenen Broschüre macht sie auf Beispiele von Bauprojekten aufmerksam, die sie als problematisch ansieht. Zusätzlich forderte die Initiative die Stadt Graz in […]
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Die Frauen des FBZ Kirchdorf haben in dieser Sendung eine Straßenbefragung zum Thema Glück gemacht und zwei Vertreterinnen des Oberösterreichischen Zivilinvalidenverbandes zum Gespräch gebeten.
          Chronicle AM: Denver to Expunge Pot Convictions, Columnist Calls for Prescription Heroin, More... (12/5/18)      Cache   Translate Page      

 A Washington Post columnist calls for prescription heroin, the federal hemp bill will apparently ban the participation of people with drug felonies, Denver joins the movement to expunge old pot convictions, and more.

[image:1 align:left caption:true]Marijuana Policy

Denver Becomes Latest City to Expunge Low-Level Marijuana Offenses. Mayor Michael Hancock announced Tuesday that his administration will "move to vacate low-level marijuana convictions for Denver residents." The move comes after months of preliminary work by the Office of Marijuana Policy and the City Attorney's Office. "For too long, the lives of low-income residents and those living in our communities of color have been negatively affected by low-level marijuana convictions," Hancock said in a press release. "This is an injustice that needs to be corrected, and we are going to provide a pathway to move on from an era of marijuana prohibition that has impacted the lives of thousands of people."

Industrial Hemp

Federal Bill to Legalize Hemp Bans Drug Felons from Participating. Congressional negotiators have agreed on compromise language for the hemp provision of the farm bill that would ban people with felony drug convictions from participating in the hemp industry. The ban was inserted into the Senate version of the bill late in the process and over the objections of drug policy reformers. It's not quite a done deal—the language could be changed in conference committee—but at this point, it looks like the ban is in.

Heroin and Prescription Opioids

Washington Post Columnist Calls for Prescription Heroin. In a piece published Tuesday, Washington Post columnist Megan McArdle has called for access to prescription heroin in a bid to prevent fentanyl-related overdose deaths. In the column titled An Incredibly Unpopular Idea That Could Stem Heroin Deaths, McArdle notes that "most people don't want addiction made safer or easier; they want it stopped, cold…but you don’t free slaves by killing them, and as long as fentanyl suffuses the illicit drug markets, that’s what a 'tough love' policy amounts to." Harm reduction measures and increased access to treatment would help, McArdle writes, but "lowering the death toll may well require a more drastic step: legalizing prescriptions of stronger opiates. Prescription heroin? Remember, I said you might not like the solution. I don’t like it, either — and frankly, neither do the drug policy researchers who told me it may be necessary. But when fentanyl took over the U.S. illicit drug markets, it also got a lot of addicts as hostages. We’ll never be able to rescue them unless we can first keep them alive long enough to be saved."

Asset Forfeiture

Nashville Bends to Police Pressure, Extends Federal "Equitable Sharing" Program. Under pressure from local law enforcement and seeking to avoid raising taxes, the Nashville Metro Council voted 25-5 to renew its participation in the federal asset forfeiture equitable sharing program, which allows state and local law enforcement agencies to divert drug-related cash seizures to the federal government, which in turn returns 80% of the booty back to the seizing agency. 


          Brenda L. Lausch, 61, had a thirst for life, loved people, enjoyed rescuing antique tractors      Cache   Translate Page      

The Lord took Brenda L. Lausch, 61, in his arms to go home, on Nov. 29, 2018 after a battle with cancer. She was born in Lancaster County to the late Norman and Helen (Carvel) Freeman, and was the wife of N. Lavern Lausch, with whom she shared 17 years of marriage, in Denver. She […]

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          Alto Lands $50M as Pharmacy Sector Embraces E-Commerce Lessons      Cache   Translate Page      
The pharmacy industry’s transformation is accelerating, as traditional drug retailers strike deals to expand their businesses and fend off technology startups encroaching on their territory. The latest salvo in the increasingly competitive sector is a $50 million investment in Alto Pharmacy, a San Francisco-based “digital pharmacy” startup that has offices in Denver. Like others in […]
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https://www.denverpost.com/2018/12/05/emmanuel-sanders-injury-denver-broncos/ Proof that God hates our team.
          Oakland Raiders 2018/19 Week 12      Cache   Translate Page      

An dieser Stelle berichte ich über die Spiele meines favorisierten Football-Team, den OAKLAND RAIDERS  sowie alle restlichen Ergebnisse der NFL...



Baltimore Ravens - Oakland Raiders 34:17

Mit dem ersten Drive bei den Baltimore Ravens bewiesen die Oakland Raiders, dass sie gewillt waren, auch schwere Auswärtsspiele zu gewinnen. In über sechs Minuten überquerte Quarterback Derek Carr mit seiner Offense das Feld und Running Back Doug Martin flog über den letzten Yard in die Endzone. Das Heimteam konnte umgehend mit einem Field Goal von Jason Tucker aus 47 Yard kontern und holten im zweiten Quarter nach einem Punt Return Touchdown über 70 Yard von Cyrus Jones die Führung. Diese wurde mit einem Field Goal aus 28 Yard zum 13: 7 ausgebaut. Ihre sich steigernden Spielanteile konnten die Ravens aber nicht wie gewünscht umsetzen, da Safety Reggie Nelson den Ball von Quarterback Lamar Jackson abfing und die Raiders ebenfalls ein Field Goal durch Kicker Daniel Carlson aus 42 Yard erzielten. Baltimore hatte trotzdem nochmals die Möglichkeit auf Punkte, allerdings warf Jackson seine zweite Interception in der Endzone und die Raiders blieben mit dem Pausenstand von 10:13 dran. Viel konzentrierter agierten die Ravens dann im dritten Quarter. Mit dem Ballbesitz marschierte der Angriff über das Feld und Jackson selber lief die letzten fünf Yard in die Endzone. Die Raiders antworteten jedoch direkt mit einem Touchdown, welchen Tight End Jared Cook spektakulär über 16 Yard von Carr fing. Wie zuvor ging Baltimore erneut zeitfressend und effektiv über das Feld. Der Drive endete im vierten Quarter mit einem Pass von Jackson über acht Yard zu dem ehemaligen Raiders Wide Receiver Michael Crabtree, der ungedeckt in die Endzone kam. Oakland gab sich Mühe, den Spielstand von 17:27 nochmals zu verkürzen. Leider kam es sehr unglücklich für die Gäste, als Carr von Linebacker Matthew Judon gesackt wurde, dabei den Ball verlor, den Linebacker Terrell Suggs ungehindert über 43 Yard zum Touchdown trug. Mit 34:17 mussten sich die Raiders den Ravens geschlagen geben... 


Die Defense konnte trotz zwei abgefangenen Bällen die Ravens nicht stoppen...
(photo: ©raiders.com)

Die weiteren Ergebnisse der NFL:
Detroit Lions - Chicago Bears 16:23
Dallas Cowboys - Washington Redskins 23:31
New Orleans Saints - Atlanta Falcons 31:17
Buffalo Bills - Jacksonville Jaguars 24:21
Carolina Panthers - Seattle Seahawks 27:30
Cincinnati Bengals - Cleveland Browns 20:35
New York Jets - New England Patriots 13:27
Philadelphia Eagles - New York Giants 25:22
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - San Francisco 49ers 27: 9
Los Angeles Chargers - Arizona Cardinals 45:10
Indianapolis Colts - Miami Dolphins 27:24
Denver Broncos - Pittsburgh Steelers 24:17
Minnesota Vikings - Green Bay Packers 24:17
Houston Texans - Tennessee Titans 34:17
spielfrei:
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Rams

AFC EAST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. New England Patriots  8   3   0
2. Miami Dolphins        5   6   0
3. Buffalo Bills         4   7   0
4. New York Jets         3   8   0  

AFC NORTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Pittsburgh Steelers   7   3   1
2. Baltimore Ravens      6   5   0
3. Cincinnati Bengals    5   6   0
4. Cleveland Browns      4   6   1

AFC SOUTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Houston Texans        8   3   0
2. Indianapolis Colts    6   5   0
3. Tennessee Titans      5   6   0
4. Jacksonville Jaguars  3   8   0

AFC WEST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Kansas City Chiefs    9   2   0
2. Los Angeles Chargers  8   3   0
3. Denver Broncos        5   6   0
4. Oakland Raiders       2   9   0


NFC EAST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Washington Redskins   6   5   0
2. Dallas Cowboys        6   5   0
3. Philadelphia Eagles   5   6   0
4. New York Giants       3   8   0
  
NFC NORTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Chicago Bears         8   3   0
2. Minnesota Vikings     6   4   1
3. Green Bay Packers     4   6   1
4. Detroit Lions         4   7   0

NFC SOUTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. New Orleans Saints   10   1   0
2. Carolina Panthers     6   5   0
3. Atlanta Falcons       4   7   0
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  4   7   0

NFC WEST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Los Angeles Rams     10   1   0
2. Seattle Seahawks      6   5   0
3. Arizona Cardinals     2   9   0
4. San Francisco 49ers   2   9   0

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          vakantiehuisje in Castellammare del golfo, Italië : Patredera voor 4 personen      Cache   Translate Page      
vakantiehuisje : PatrederaBij de toppen van de bergen boven Castellamare, met panoramisch uitzicht over de golf ligt Villa Patrizia. De villa bestaat uit drie appartementen. De accommodatie beschikt over een zwembad, buitendouches, een tuin, barbecue en een parkeerplaats die ter beschikking staan van de appartementsgasten. Het appartement ligt op 1 km afstand van het centrum van het stadje, ongeveer 3 km van het zandstrand van Castellamare en op 10 km van Scopello. De eigenaren bewonen de benedenverdieping van de villa. Ze staan desgewenst ter beschikking van de gasten voor informatieverstrekking of de eerste benodigdheden. Het appartement Patredera beschikt over een prettig terras tegenover het zwembad waar je heerlijk buiten kunt ontbijten. De wooneenheid bestaat uit een woonkamer met keuken, goed ingericht en voorzien van een televisie en airconditioning, een kamer met een tweepersoonsbed en een tweepersoonskamer met stapelbedden; deze laatste kamer kan niet van buiten geopend worden. De badkamer beschikt over een douche. Er is een max. aan consumptie voor electriciteit inbegrepen in de prijs, het extra verbruik wordt in rekening gebracht. U krijgt hier ter plaatse meer informatie over.
          Atlanta, and other Amazon HQ2 rejects, could see higher home value growth in the next year, survey says      Cache   Translate Page      
Atlanta didn't get Amazon's HQ2, but what it may end up getting is higher-than-normal home value growth. In the next year, a handful of metro areas that competed for Amazon's second headquarters are expected to outperform the national rate of home value appreciation, according to 2018 Q4 Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey. Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Denver and Dallas were named as the four markets most likely to see this, according to the survey. All four were among the 20 finalists for the…

          Denver Arts & Venues Announces 2018-2019 'P.S. You Are Here' Grantees      Cache   Translate Page      

Denver Arts & Venues is excited to reveal the 2018-2019 "P.S. You Are Here" (PSYAH) funded projects designed to revitalize neighborhoods through collaborative and community-led outdoor experiences.

As part of IMAGINE 2020, Denver's Cultural Plan, Arts & Venues' PSYAH funds help support creative, short-term physical improvement projects that transform underutilized urban spaces to enrich communities and inspire long-term change.

"'P.S. You Are Here' encourages neighborhood collaboration and enhance our unique communities in ways that reflect their character and culture," Mayor Michael B. Hancock said. "We are excited to support projects that integrate surprising moments of art and culture into the daily lives of Denver's residents and visitors."

2018-2019 PSYAH will fund the following six grantees:

  • Sloan's Lake Citizen's Group: $10,000 - Working with Ladies Fancywork Society, Sloan's Lake Citizen's Group will create yarn artwork for an unsightly fence surrounding a maintenance yard adjacent to an active sports court, seating area and pedestrian pathway around Sloan's Lake.
  • The Art Garage, (non-profit): $7,500 - The Westwood Arts District "hub" will be an artistically designed structure serving as a resource for local arts and culture information, showcasing curated themes and decorated with symbols and motifs from Latino culture. Sidewalk "paths" with stenciled symbols will lead to several local murals.
  • Birdseed Collective: $10,000 - Birdseed Collective, with several artists and Villa Park RNO volunteers, will complete artwork along the long retaining wall of the Lakewood Gulch walking path from 10th Avenue and Osceola Street westward into the Villa Park community. Currently graffiti-filled, this highly-used path will be painted with vibrant designs and colors. Small hand-painted boulders will be placed along the path to create a safer and more colorful walkway for residents.
  • Montbello 2020, RNO: $10,000 - Local artist Thomas Evans has designed a color-blended public art mural that will revitalize a major drainage canal with an impactful message. "Seize the Day" will greet residents on their commute out of Montbello, and "Home Sweet Montbello" will welcome them back.
  • Trust for Public Land: $10,000 - Trust for Public Land will work with the East Denver community to enhance New Freedom Park, adding distinct and culturally relevant features with youth-led mural creation.
  • Golden Triangle Creative District: $10,000 - The Golden Triangle Creative District will create a series of artworks in the Golden Triangle assisting visitors with wayfinding and marking gateway entry and exit points. Using the 2014 Neighborhood Plan to locate sites, the Golden Triangle Creative District will work with local artists for these temporary artworks.

Projects will be located in outdoor, public spaces within the City and County of Denver throughout 2019 and will remain on display for a minimum of three months and up to one year. These projects are free and open to all members of the public.

For more information and for updates on funded programs, please visit artsandvenues.com/psyah


          Kessel Run to Celebrate Album Release at Fox Theatre      Cache   Translate Page      

Kessel Run is a Progressive Funk band that was formed in Boulder, CO in 2016. Fusing elements of Rock, Jazz, Prog, and Electronic music over pulse-pounding Funk, Kessel Run delivers a high-energy concert experience that has something for everyone.

Now, soaring through their second year with furious momentum, the Denver-based quintet has already completed a Southwest regional tour and has presented memorable performances in historic venues such as Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom & The Bluebird Theater in Denver, The Boulder Theater & the Fox Theatre in Boulder, and The Belly Up in Aspen. With the upcoming release of their first studio album in late Spring, a Midwest Tour on the books, and a long list of other exciting appearances all the way up through festival season, 2018 promises to be an exciting year for Kessel Run and their fans.

Tickets available at Boulder Theater Box Office, by phone at (303)-786-7030 or online at http://www.foxtheatre.com.


          Square Product Theatre Returns With New Offerings In 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

After a 16-month hiatus from full production, Boulder-based square product theatre returns in the New Year, with plans for two productions, including the Regional Premiere of London, UK-based theatre-maker Greg Wohead's "Celebration, Florida," and the World Premiere of "Everything was Stolen. ," an original work developed in London, UK by Emily K. Harrison, square product theatre producing artistic director. Featuring two performers who have never met, "Celebration, Florida" is a quietly surreal show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything. Veering between reality and simulation, the piece orbits around ideas of surrogacy; a stand-in to replace a person you miss, a re-creation of an experience you can't stop thinking about, nostalgia for a place that perhaps never existed. Greg will speak to the audience through two performers using pre-recorded audio and headphones. They will know almost nothing about the show when they walk onstage.

"Everything was Stolen ." is a piece created from a variety of stolen and original (but mostly stolen) texts, songs, video, images and ephemera in an evocation of America. The piece, created by Emily K. Harrison as part of American playwright Charles Mee's (re)making project, is inspired in part by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi and in part by something American composer John Cage once said: "And so it is out of this chaos, this accumulation of history and novelty, that we begin building."

"Everything was Stolen ." was originally developed and workshopped by Emily K. Harrison with students in the Theatre Program at Brunel University London, and the piece will continue to be developed with a Colorado-based cast for the professional World Premiere.

"We're very excited to be returning from our hiatus with these offerings," says Emily K. Harrison, square product theatre producing artistic director. "For me, both pieces speak to a desire to experience something true, something real in time when we're all inundated by the beautiful and horrible noise of modern life."

Though continuing to produce smaller offerings throughout 2018, including a collaboration with the Non-Binary Monologues Project and a stint as an official selection at New York's United Solo Festival of Theatre, square product theatre took a hiatus from full-scale production due in part to Harrison leaving the United States to serve as a guest artist for a year at Brunel University London. At Brunel, Harrison taught and directed students in the University's prestigious Theatre Program.

"The program at Brunel is known primarily for its strength in devising, including creating original physical theatre, digital theatre, and applied theatre works," Harrison states. "It was the perfect place for me to workshop some new material to then bring back home to Colorado audiences."

Harrison also attended the opening night performance of Wohead's "Celebration, Florida" at London's Soho Theatre, where she met the playwright and hatched a plan to bring his work to Colorado.

"Celebration, Florida is a master planned community in Osceola County near Walt Disney World," says Wohead. "It was originally developed in the '90s by the Walt Disney Company as the ideal American town."

While it shares a name with a real life American city, the play itself is not about Celebration, Florida - at least not directly.

"I wrote 'Celebration, Florida' at a time when I was often at a distance from people and places I loved and felt attached to. I found myself longing for these people and places, and the way I experienced this nostalgia, this rosy idea of what wasn't there in front of me, made me think of The Town of Celebration and how it was created to evoke a nostalgia for things that never really existed.

That same nostalgic feel is evoked in Harrison's "Everything was Stolen ." "Largely, 'Everything was Stolen .' explores America as an idea, or an experiment, and while many experiments succeed, far more of them fail," Harrison says. "The piece is evocative of a vision of America that arguably only ever existed on the surface. The show uses recycled imagery and text that we're working to deconstruct and disrupt in fun and unexpected ways in order to explore and celebrate imperfection, impermanence, and an incomplete state of being. In that respect, I think it speaks to what American really and truly is, and the potential for what it could be. It is, for me, a heartbreaking love letter to America."

"Celebration, Florida" by Greg Wohead produced by square product theatre in both Denver and Boulder Featuring performers from throughout the Front Range

Denver run dates and times: 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 24; Friday, Jan. 25; Saturday, Jan. 26; Monday, Jan. 28; Thursday, Jan. 31; Friday, Feb. 1; Saturday, Feb. 2 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2 Venue: Buntport Theater 717 Lipan St., Denver, Colo. Tickets: $24 general admission; $15 students; $20 seniors Early Bird Discount for tickets purchased by noon, Jan. 11! Tickets available at https://celebrationflorida.bpt.me or 800-838-3006 Boulder run dates and times: 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 6; Thursday, Feb. 7; Friday, Feb. 8; Saturday, Feb. 9 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9 Venue: Carsen Theater at the Dairy Arts Center 2590 Walnut St., Boulder, Colo. Tickets: $24 general admission; $15 students; $20 seniors Early Bird Discount for tickets purchased by noon, Jan. 11! Tickets available at http://thedairy.org or 303-444-7328.

"Everything was Stolen . " created and directed by Emily K. Harrison produced by square product theatre Featuring Liz Carrigan, Luc D'Arcy, Aziza Gharib, Seth Palmer Harris, Adam Russell Johnson, Jihad Milhem, Katie Ross, Rachel Seiger, Tara Spires, Kristin Marie Stelter, Emily Tuckman, Fabian Vazquez and Ronan Viard Previews: 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 14; Friday, March 15 Run dates and times: 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 16; Thursday, March 21; Friday, March 22; Saturday, March 23; Thursday, March 28; Friday, March 29; Saturday, March 30; Monday, April 1; Thursday, April 4; Friday, April 5; Saturday, April 6; 3 p.m., Sunday, March 24; Sunday, March 31 Venue: Buntport Theater 717 Lipan St., Denver, Colo.

Tickets: $24 general admission; $15 students; $20 seniors 2-for-1 Thursdays (general admission) Early Bird Discount for tickets purchased by noon, Jan. 11! Tickets available at https://everythingwasstolen.bpt.me or 800-838-3006


          Greystone Unique Apartment Group Sells SouthGlenn Place Near Denver for $19.5M      Cache   Translate Page      
SouthGlenn-Place-Centennial-COCENTENNIAL, COLO. — Greystone Unique Apartment Group has completed the sale of SouthGlenn Place, a multifamily property located at 6601-6651 S. Vine St. in Centennial. An undisclosed buyer acquired the value-add property for $19.5 million, or $144,444 per unit. Located blocks away from The Streets at SouthGlenn and Cherry Knolls Shopping Center, the 74,575-square-foot property […]
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          Agents Weigh In: Favorite Places to Shop Local      Cache   Translate Page      

We are so lucky to live in a city with so many wonderful locally owned shops. Check out our agent favorites and support your fellow Coloradans! Christina’s Pick: Pink’s Denver – Super cute jewelry and clothes, and great prices! Elizabeth’s Embellishments – Perfect for everything you need for the holidays! Lindsey’s Picks: River North Workshop – EVERYTHING for the home, […]

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Mary Clorinda Martinez, 95, of Denver. Rosary 10am, followed by Funeral Mass at 10:30, Friday, Dec 7th, St. Dominic Catholic Church, 2905 Federal...
          Raptors liderem NBA – Kyle Lowry wreszcie jak rozgrywający      Cache   Translate Page      

Mimo porażki z Denver Nuggets 106:103, Toronto Raptors to nadal drużyna z najlepszym bilansem…

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          Dior Exhibition in Denver      Cache   Translate Page      
Denver’s gallery Anschutz & McCormick entertains an exhibition until March 3rd 2019 about concepts and history of the shapes and figures that Christian Dior’s maison conceived since its beginnings. The place carries a universe between imaginary and industrial codes, while the spectator slithers between the collections on a glittering floor. The collections evoque an artistic […]
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John Speier, "Hans", 84, instrumental in the advent of computer printing applications at the Denver Post. A generous father and husband of 60 years,...
          Lindsay Leads Denver to 24-10 Win Over Bengals      Cache   Translate Page      
Nobody's overlooking 5-foot-8 Phillip Lindsay anymore, not with the way he's run the Broncos right back into playoff contention.

The rookie rushed for a career-high 157 yards and a pair of touchdowns Sunday as Denver adapted to a windy afternoon and got its third straight victory, 24-10 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Broncos (6-6) have emerged from their bye week and knocked off the Chargers, Steelers and Bengals to stay in contention in December.

"Four games left, and they've got to be our best four," linebacker Von Miller said. "We took a long way to get there, and there's still a long way to go."

Denver handled an unseasonably warm day: 66 degrees at kickoff with wind gusts up to 40 mph that redirected kicks and throws. The plan was to give it to their 190-pound running back and let him live up to his new nickname.

They've started calling him "Pit Bull."

"I like it," said Lindsay, who really didn't have a choice in the matter. "The defensive line gave me the name. When the defensive line gives you a name, you take it."

He took it and ran with it, just like he has since he joined the Broncos as an undrafted rookie from Colorado.

"Oh man, I'm so happy he's on our team," defensive lineman Domata Peko said. "In training camp and OTAs he was wearing No. 2 and all the guys were like, 'Who the hell is No. 2? He's making all these plays on us, man.'

"And now the whole word knows it's Phillip Lindsay, man."

Lindsay ran for TDs of 6 yards and 65 yards — the longest of his career — as Denver got up 21-3 in the third quarter and closed it out against the unraveling Bengals (5-7), who lost for the sixth time in seven games. Lindsay's two touchdowns matched his career high.

Lindsay also became the first undrafted rookie in Broncos history to top 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in a season.

"I don't know what else to say about him except the league knows about him, opponents know about him and key on stopping him, but he continues to do so," said Case Keenum, who completed 12 of 21 passes for 151 yards and a touchdown. "He's having a heck of a year."

The Bengals' season continues to implode under 16th-year coach Marvin Lewis, who has also coordinated the defense in the last three losses. The crowd of 44,392 was the smallest at Paul Brown Stadium since 2011.

The Bengals lost Andy Dalton to a torn ligament in his passing thumb last week. Jeff Driskel made his first NFL start Sunday and went 25 of 38 for 236 yards with a touchdown, an interception, a fumble and four sacks.

Standout receiver A.J. Green returned after missing three games with an injured toe on his right foot, hoping to give the Bengals' offense a lift, but he lasted only one quarter. Green reinjured the foot while running a route and came off the field for perhaps the last time this season, slamming his helmet on the ground before leaving on a cart.

"He was obviously battling just to play," Bengals receiver Alex Erickson said. "I'm sure it's devastating to him and to the team."

INJURIES

Broncos: LB Brandon Marshall was inactive for the fourth straight game with a knee injury. He practiced last week and was listed as questionable. CB Chris Harris Jr. broke his lower right leg in the first quarter. DE Derek Wolfe suffered a rib injury in the second quarter.

Bengals: LB Vontaze Burfict suffered a concussion in the second half.

FLAGS

Cincinnati was penalized eight times in the first half, its most in an opening half since 2009. The Bengals finished with 12 penalties for 100 yards.

LINE DANCE

LT Cordy Glenn was inactive for a second straight game with a bad back, prompting the Bengals to juggle their line. Guard Clint Boling started at left tackle, and Trey Hopkins started at guard. The line got three penalties for holding, two for false starts and one for an illegal block.

FEELING THE LOVE

Peko was one of the Bengals' most popular players during his 11 seasons in Cincinnati, when he'd urge the crowd to get loud during games. Fans cheered him throughout his first game back at Paul Brown Stadium.

"It felt really good to get the love from the fans," Peko said. "Being here for 11 seasons, I was always getting the crowd loud."

NOTHING TO SAY

Fans in the upper deck tape a large banner to the front of a seating section before each game. On Sunday, they taped up a blank banner — nothing left to say about this season.

UP NEXT

Broncos: play at the 49ers next Sunday.

Bengals: play at the Chargers next Sunday.


          New Colorado law allows immigrants to get driver’s license with Social Security number      Cache   Translate Page      
DENVER — Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, Colorado residents who are unable to demonstrate lawful presence in the United States will be able to use a Social Security number to obtain a driver's license, instruction permit or identification card and renew their driver's license online. These […]
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Time is running out to register for Medicare. The deadline for Medicare Annual Enrollment is Midnight on Friday.
          Coloradans Donate $35.1 Million For Colorado Gives Day      Cache   Translate Page      
Generous donors gave $35.1 million dollars to 2,500 nonprofits in just 24 hours on Tuesday. It was all part of Colorado Gives Day.
          School Staffers Help Boy Bullied With His Hygiene      Cache   Translate Page      
When a 14-year-old Wisconsin boy who was being bullied about his hygiene kept failing to show up for class, staffers at his middle school decided it was time to step in.
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A Pennsylvania woman who weighs about 300 pounds has plead guilty to killing her boyfriend, partially by lying on top of him.
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Skaters from the cast of Disney On Ice got on the ice Wednesday morning at the Skyline Skating Rink, ahead of their opening show with a group young skaters.
          Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Mountain Snow Returns While Denver Stays Dry      Cache   Translate Page      
After three consecutive days with temperatures staying far below normal, Wednesday will be somewhat warmer with highs in the lower 40s.
          Launch With Lakewood High Experiment On Board A Success!      Cache   Translate Page      
After a delay, the 16th SpaceX cargo re-supply mission blasted off Wednesday morning with an experiment by Lakewood High School students.
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The Broadway tour of Irving Berlin's White Christmas sashays across the stage for opening night at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday.
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The Salvation Army in Fort Collins says a bell ringer stole a red kettle and $400 at the end of a shift outside a Colorado grocery store.
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A witness tells authorities that an accidental fatal shooting by a Fort Carson soldier was a joke that turned deadly.
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A video of a black high school student punching a white student known for wearing Nazi garb has gone viral four months after the incident.
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A 61-year-old Ohio woman was arrested after allegedly pouring hot grease on another woman during an argument.
          Video Captures Denver Zoo Elephants Cuddling      Cache   Translate Page      
Two of the Denver Zoo's newest residents are settling in after exploring their new home. Asian elephants Chuck and Jake join the zoo's current elephant residents, Groucho, Bodhi and Billy.
          ‘King Of Park Hill’ Honored With Portrait At Denver Library      Cache   Translate Page      
In a packed hall at the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library, the portrait of a hometown hero was unveiled Tuesday evening -- Chauncey Billups, “Mr. Big Shot”, “The King of Park Hill.”
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The Colorado State Patrol is embarking on a new kind of public safety campaign. #HiddenScars is highlighting how car crashes affect people all around each incident.
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The National Geographic channel is spotlighting the red planet in the television series ‘MARS’ and enlisting the help of experts from the University of Colorado Boulder. 
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A resource center is now open to help more than 160 seniors who were displaced after a fire.
          Walmart Foundation Donates Millions For New Training Program In Colorado      Cache   Translate Page      
A $4 million grant will help more Coloradans find jobs. The Walmart foundation announced the donation to the Colorado Workforce Development Council on Tuesday.
          Steamboat Ski Resort To Replace Old Gondola Next Season      Cache   Translate Page      
Steamboat Ski Resort will replace its old gondola with a new eight person gondola.
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Xcel Energy has a lofty goal to combat climate change. It plans to slash carbon emissions for its electricity generating plants by 80 percent in the next 15 years.
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The Trump administration has signaled it will cut subsidies for renewable energy including a $7,500 tax credit for electric cars. The move could hit Colorado hard.
          Colorado Children Able To Receive Important Surgeries Thanks To Nonprofit      Cache   Translate Page      
The Helus family arrived back to Colorado on Tuesday after spending almost a week in Sacramento for surgeries to help Thane, 9, and Selah, 12.
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It’s like Christmas came early for nonprofits across Colorado benefiting from the generosity of donors this Colorado Gives Day.
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The Rocky Mountain National Park Search and Rescue team suspended its search for an Air Force cadet candidate.
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          Denver Moves To Vacate Thousands Of Marijuana Convictions      Cache   Translate Page      
Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced a citywide effort to vacate low-level marijuana convictions that occurred before it was legalized.
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A New York lawmaker has introduced a bill that would require police to scrutinize the social media and online searches of handgun license applicants, and disqualify those who publish violent or hate-filled posts.
          Princeton A Cappella Group Scraps Disney Classic Over Concerns About Consent, Misogyny      Cache   Translate Page      
An all-male a cappella group at Princeton University says it's going to temporarily scrap a song from the 1989 Disney animated classic movie "The Little Mermaid" in what may have become the latest casualty of changing social standards in the #MeToo era.
          «El CEO tiene que marcar la diferencia en la acción social»      Cache   Translate Page      
Creada hace 130 años en Denver por un rabino, dos sacerdotes, un ministro y un ama de casa, United Way es la fundación más antigua del mundo y precursora de la Responsabilidad Social Corporativa. Desde sus inicios ha trabajado de forma muy local, tratando directamente los problemas y buscando el bien común movilizando individuos, empresas y otras organizaciones para actuar y mejorar las condiciones de las comunidades alrededor del mundo. «En la mayor parte de los lugares se puede hacer algo con la educación de los jóvenes, la seguridad financiera y la salud, son nuestros tres pilares», explica Michael Kennedy Hayd, director ejecutivo de Western National Group y patrono en United Way España. Forma parte de esta organización desde 1984. «Un amigo era voluntario y me convenció para dar mis primeros 10.000 dólares a United Way», recuerda, y desde entonces ha estado siempre unido a esta fundación. Sin olvidar los tres referidos pilares llevan a cabo distintas actividades involucrando a las empresas y a los empleados. A nivel global están en más de 40 países, con una red de 1.800 delegaciones, más de 60.000 socios, 9 millones de donantes y 2.9 millones de voluntarios. La fundación gestionó el pasado año 5.000 millones de dólares, que han permitido mejorar la calidad de vida de más de 61 millones de personas. En España, «cuando empezamos nos preocupó el alto paro juvenil y entendimos que había mucho que hacer», resalta Kennedy. Entre sus socios españoles se encuentran Lilly, John Deere, Lenovo, Airbus, Everis, Fundación Telefónica, Carburos Metálicos y Fundación Roviralta. También colabora con entidades como YMCA, Save the Children, Fundación Desarrollo y Asistencia, Creática y Cruz Roja. En su segundo año de actividad en España, la colaboración de United Way con 11 socios corporativos y entidades sociales ha mejorado la vida de cerca de 1.300 niños, jóvenes y adultos, ha movilizado a 163 voluntarios, que han desarrollado 2.655 horas de voluntariado, y ha donado casi 100 equipos informáticos. «Esto no es un club de líderes económicos, quien colabora forma parte de la comunidad, lo siente», advierte el patrono. En su opinión, cuando un gran número de empleados participa en esta iniciativa «tiene sentido para un CEO también involucrarse. Él tiene que marcar la diferencia». No tiene dudas de que las personas prefieren trabajar para empresas que se preocupan por la comunidad, «incluso aunque ganen menos», explica. Michael Kennedy Hayd anima a España a aprovechar esta oportunidad porque «se benefician todos: empleados y sociedad. Cuando tenemos una sociedad formada tenemos una sociedad más civilizada», matiza. Entre sus proyectos destacan MEnCía Mayores en Compañía, financiado por Lilly Ibérica, donde voluntarios acompañan a personas mayores en situación de soledad; Coding4all, financiado por La Fundación María Francisca de Roviralta, es un programa de formación en «scracht» y programación para jóvenes de etnia gitana, y el programa «Youth Challenge» financiado por Airbus en origen y ahora por John Deere, orientado a combatir el abandono escolar.
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Nikola Jokic had a triple-double with 23 points, 15 assists and 11 rebounds and made three free throws in the final seconds as the visiting Denver Nuggets ended the Toronto Raptors' eight-game winning streak with a 106-103 win Monday night. Jokic made a free throw with seven seconds remaining to end a tie and made two more with 5.6 seconds left for the final margin, extending Denver's winning streak to six games. Jamal Murray added 21 points for the Nuggets, and Juan Hernangomez and Malik Beasley had 15 each. Kawhi Leonard led Toronto with 27 points and had eight rebounds. Serge Ibaka added 15 points. Warriors 128, Hawks 111 Golden State's Big Three combined for 85 points, and the Warriors broke their two-game losing streak with a win at Atlanta. Stephen Curry scored 30, followed by Kevin Duran (28) and Klay Thompson (27) as Golden State improved to 5-7 on the road. Curry, playing in his second game since missing 11 games with an ankle injury, made six 3-pointers. Atlanta lost its third straight game despite getting 24 points and 11 rebounds from John Collins and 20 points from rookie Trae Young. Cavaliers 99, Nets 97 Alec Burks threw down a tiebreaking slam dunk with 3.2...
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In the 50th episode of ToonCast Beyond, and the 150th episode overall of the ToonCast podcast, TFG1Mike is joined by Puppet Devall. They are talkin about that rockin Dinosaur Denver!!!!!! Geeks: Mike “TFG1″ Blanchard Jason Devall from Toy World Order Subscribe to us using iTunes or use any other podcatching client by using: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TooncastBeyond Download ...
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          (Denver) .45 Colt Bear Loads. - $ 30      Cache   Translate Page      
50 rounds of HSM 325gr +P .45colt Bear loads. I bought these in a bundle by they are too powerful for my SAA. They are only recommended for modern firearms that can handle crazy high pressure ammo. They are also $50 a box. $30 or trade.
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I have an unopened 1000 round case of 123gr FMJ by Wolf. Also 200 rounds in boxes of 20. 1200 total for $250obo!
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Excellent Condition. Mfg. 1989. Has been fired but well maintained. Timing is good and lock up is tight. Bore is excellent. No major scratches, dings or dents. Aftermarket grips.
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Rebel Arms Mod 2.0 18" AR15, has less then a hunderd rounds through it.

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Winchester model 70, 30-06 caliber, manufactured in New Haven,
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Some minor dings in stock, blueing wear around muzzle and bolt
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Has iron sights and an older Tasco 3x9 scope in working condition. 
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Beautiful Ruger Super Redhawk .454 Casull with original scope rings in excellent condition.  Details:  Dual chambering allows for both the .454 Casull and .45 LC, 6 cylinder, 7.5 in barrel, rare Target Gray model, recoil cushioning Hogue Tamer Monogrip, DA/SA, heavy duty frame, adjustable rear sight, replaceable red ramp front sight, .  No box or papers, just the pistol and scope rings.  I can throw in a free Uncle Mike's #4 holster and an after market pistol case for the one that pays posted price.  Reasonable offers will be considered.  

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A judge has ordered that a Nevada inmate accused of killing four people in suburban Denver more than 30 years ago be sent to Colorado.


          THE WINERY DOGS Announce May 2019 U.S. Tour      Cache   Translate Page      
THE WINERY DOGS — the hard rock power trio featuring guitarist/vocalist Richie Kotzen (POISON, MR. BIG), bassist Billy Sheehan (MR. BIG, DAVID LEE ROTH) and drummer Mike Portnoy (SONS OF APOLLO, DREAM THEATER) — will embark on an American tour in May of 2019. The trek will mark the group's first tour in nearly three years. Tour dates: May 01 - Derry, NH - Tupelo Music Hall May 02 - Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn's Peak May 03 - New York, NY - Sony Hall May 05 - Ridgefield, CT - Ridgefield Playhouse May 07 - Hopewell, VA - Beacon Theater May 08 - Nashville, TN - Basement East May 09 - New Orleans, LA - House Of Blues May 11 - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey May 12 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live May 15 - Ft Wayne, IN - Pierre's May 16 - Milwaukee, WI - Potowatami Casino May 17 - Milwaukee, WI - Potowatami Casino May 18 - St Charles, IL - Arcada Theater May 20 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue May 23 - Denver, CO - Oriental Theater May 24 - Grand Junction, CO - Mesa Theater May 25 - Las Vegas, NV - Vamp'd May 28 - Sacramento, CA - Crest Theater May 29 - Santa Cruz, CA - Rio Theater May 30 - Anaheim, CA - The Grove May 31 - Los Angeles, CA - Saban Theater Since wrapping up an extensive world tour in support of their sophomore album, "Hot Streak", in the summer of 2016, THE WINERY DOGS have performed live on just two occasions — during the inaugural "Monsterwood" West Coast edition of the Monsters Of Rock cruise in the fall of 2016, and nearly a year later during an "Ultimate Jam Night" tribute to late ADRENALINE MOB, SOTO and TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA bassist David Zablidowsky at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. Over the past two years, each of the members of THE WINERY DOGS have toured extensively with other acts — Kotzen with his long-running solo band; Sheehan with SONS OF APOLLO and MR. BIG; and Portnoy with SONS OF APOLLO, THE NEAL MORSE BAND and SHATTERED FORTRESS. THE WINERY DOGS were founded in 2012 after Portnoy and Sheehan — who initially aimed to collaborate with former WHITESNAKE and BLUE MURDER guitarist John Sykes — reached out to Kotzen, who played with Sheehan in MR. BIG from 1997 to 2002. The group's 2013 self-titled debut reached No. 27 on the Billboard 200 after selling more than 10,000 copies in the U.S. during its first week of availability. The initial sales of "Hot Streak" were even better, as the album debuted at No. 30 in late 2015 after shifting 13,000 equivalent album units in America during its first week of availability. Despite the band's success, Kotzen expressed a desire to return to his solo career after the end of the "Hot Streak" touring cycle. "I wanted to go back to what I was doing my whole life, which is making my music and my records," he said during an appearance on the satellite radio program "Trunk Nation" earlier this year. He reiterated that sentiment during a subsequent interview with Sofa King Cool. "I thought in my mind, 'Well, this worked. It was fun. It was really cool. But I kind of want to go back to being Richie for a while and doing what I was doing before,'" he said. For their parts, Sheehan and Portnoy both publicly voiced hope that THE WINERY DOGS' hiatus would be short-lived. In an interview with "The Unchained Rock Show" this summer, Sheehan called THE WINERY DOGS his "favorite band." "I love THE WINERY DOGS," he said. "Richie wanted to do some [other] things, and we wanted to give it a break for a while so it didn't get stale, and it would be new to us all the time. We will do more WINERY DOGS for sure." Portnoy, meanwhile, told Mitch Lafon this spring that "it's just a matter of when" until the group would reconvene. "I know all three of us love that band and we love working together, so it's a matter of Richie kind of just getting his rocks off on his own," he said. "He's just enjoying doing his own thing. He's always been a little… um… I don't wanna say 'scared'… I'll say, like, 'hesitant' to commit to a full-time band for the rest of his life. He spent so much of his life and career as a solo artist, and then once he got swept up in THE WINERY DOGS for two back-to-back cycles, which lasted maybe four or five years, I think it maybe overwhelmed him a bit and he just needed to step away and breathe and not have to be so committed to something. He likes to kind of just float on his own terms and his own schedule and do his own thing, which I can totally respect. So, at this point, when he's ready, I know Billy and I would love to do some more."
          RIVAL SONS Announce North American Headline Tour      Cache   Translate Page      
Long Beach, California's RIVAL SONS have announced their first full North American headline tour. The dates include stops at New York's Brooklyn Steel, Philadelphia's Union Transfer and Los Angeles's Henry Fonda Theatre. THE SHEEPDOGS will support all U.S. dates. Pre-sales begin Wednesday, December 5 at 10:00 a.m. local time; all remaining tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, December 7 at 10:00 a.m. local. The upcoming tour schedule marks the release of RIVAL SONS' much-anticipated new album, "Feral Roots", which arrives everywhere on January 25 via Low Country Sound/Atlantic Records. "Feral Roots" was produced by Grammy Award winner Dave Cobb at Nashville's famed RCA Studio A, and the equally legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Exclusive pre-order bundles are available via RivalSons.com, including limited-edition vinyl and autographed lithographs of the album's cover art, painted by renowned contemporary artist Martin Wittfooth. All pre-orders are joined by instant grat downloads of the recently released album tracks "Do Your Worst" and "Back In The Woods". Rolling Stone hailed "Do Your Worst" as "a relentless rocker with a gritty verse spearheaded by a sinister lead guitar riff and thumping drums. The track takes a deft turn when it hits the chorus, forgoing out-and-out guitar bombast for rousing gang vocals with singer Jay Buchanan leading the charge." "Do Your Worst" is joined by an official music video that shows rival sons at their onstage best, alongside behind-the-scenes footage and a performance filmed at the aforementioned Studio A. "Back In The Woods" made its debut by way of Consequence Of Sound, which declared it to be "a rootsy rock track, with (RIVAL SONS) not only taking us 'Back In The Woods' but also back in time to big classic rock sounds of the '60s and '70s." The primal intensity of "Feral Roots" reflects a certain unrest at the heart of the album, sparked by Buchanan's recent move to Tennessee. "With all the stimuli we're constantly receiving these days, I think a lot of people have a desire to live with more freedom and simplicity," noted Buchanan. "There's a longing for your truer nature to prevail, and to reclaim some sort of wildness." But with its nuanced explorations of art and love and truth, "Feral Roots" ultimately argues for pushing beyond pure survival instincts and striving for something more exalted: an unbreakable commitment to creating beauty of your own. RIVAL SONS are also set for a special headline performance at 98.9 The Bear's Electric Christmas, on December 15 at Fort Wayne, Indiana's Pierre's Entertainment Center. RIVAL SONS are: Jay Buchanan (vocals), Scott Holiday (guitar), Dave Beste (bass guitar) and Mike Miley (drums). Tour dates: Apr. 04 - Dallas, TX - Trees Apr. 05 - Fort Smith, AR - TempleLive Apr. 06 - Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom Apr. 08 - Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle Apr. 09 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Heaven Stage) Apr. 10 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Apr. 12 - Charleston, SC - Ladson Exchange Fairgrounds** Apr. 13 - Orlando, FL - Central Florida Fairgrounds** Apr. 14 - Tampa, FL - Amalie Arena** Apr. 17 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer Apr. 18 - Boston, MA - Royale Night Club Apr. 19 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall*** Apr. 21 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel Apr. 22 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club Apr. 23 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit Apr. 25 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue Apr. 26 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues Apr. 27 - Lincoln, NE - Bourbon Theatre Apr. 29 - Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre Apr. 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Commonwealth Room May 02 - Seattle, WA - Neptune Theatre May 03 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom May 04 - Vancouver, BC - Vogue Theatre*** May 06 - Sacramento, CA - Ace of Spades May 07 - San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore May 09 - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre ** Festival Lineup *** No THE SHEEPDOGS

          Nuggets top NBA-best Raptors behind Nikola Jokic's monster triple-double      Cache   Translate Page      
Nuggets center Nikola Jokic recorded his 18th career triple-double in a key win over the Raptors on Monday. Denver Nuggets star center Nikola Jokic has emerged as one of the league’s best offensive weapons, and behind his 18th career triple-double on Monday, the Nuggets toppled the league-best Toronto Raptors. This was the sixth straight win for the Nuggets, who held onto hold onto the Western Conference’s best record at 16-7.
           Comment on Facial recognition traffic camera mistakes bus for famous woman by John Griffith       Cache   Translate Page      
Ah, the further adventures of 1984 and the ever expanding uses of Technology. I just got back from Denver. While there I saw a local television news program detailing the problem the city had with folks crapping on the streets and how much it was costing the city to clean up every week. Where is Big Brother when you need him?
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Journeyman Electricians & Top Helpers Needed ASAP - 4 Week Commercial Project 70 Hours/Week - Denver CO Manpower surge needed for Commercial project Denver CO Pay: Journeyman pay = $30.00 hourly, no per diem* Top Helper pay = $26.00 hourly, no per diem*...(click link to see full post)
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          Will the Packers Be a Top Destination for Head Coach Candidates?      Cache   Translate Page      

What many considered to be the inevitable happened a lot earlier than expected when Mike McCarthy was relieved of his head coaching duties following the ugly home loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.  While the firing coming mid-season was certainly a surprise to many and out of character for the Packers organization, the decision to cut ties with McCarthy is probably a blessing in disguise to him and also to the franchise as well.

As the Packers embark on their first head coach search since the 2006 offseason, Mark Murphy made it pretty clear in his Monday press conference that the franchise would be waiting until the conclusion of the season to finalize the decision of their next head coach.  But that doesn’t mean that the wish list can’t be compiled by Murphy and GM Brian Gutekunst now. 

More importantly, the vacancy at 1265 Lombardi Avenue gives top-tier candidates the early chance to ponder the pros and cons of coaching the Green Bay Packers into the future.  And while this hire will ultimately be a huge factor in the direction of the franchise for the remainder of the Aaron Rodgers era in Green Bay and hopefully beyond, Mark Murphy and the organization need to project their best foot forward for the candidates they will try to woo to be the next head coach of the storied Packers franchise.  

Just like in any other business or industry, an organization looking to hire the best talent for a job comes down to a mutual fit for both parties.  Murphy and company will be looking for the best fit and talent moving forward and the candidates that are interviewing will be looking at the same things as well.  From the candidate’s perspective, let’s take a look at what they’ll potentially be weighing as the Packers look to hire the coach of their future.

As with any job search, competition between employers is always a factor for job candidates and it is no different for head coaches in the NFL.  Outside of the Green Bay opening and the current opening in Cleveland, other potential openings will be left to speculate over the coming month or so.  With a known opening in Cleveland, a new head coach would be coming into a situation with a surging young team and a GM that has shown he is willing to go out and find the missing pieces to the puzzle on the team.  These factors are certainly attractive. 

If Tampa Bay gives Dirk Koetter the ax at the end of the season, a tough division, a roster not brimming with talent and a rumored GM change don’t make that potential highly attractive.  If the Dallas Cowboys were to falter down the stretch, Jason Garrett could be ousted as the head coach and working for “America’s Team” under a meddling owner surely has its upside and downside.  Other coaches on the potential hot seat are Todd Bowles with the New York Jets, Vance Joseph in Denver, John Harbaugh in Baltimore, Doug Marrone in Jacksonville and Steve Wilks in Arizona.  All are potential jobs that the highest profile candidates would be considering over the job in Green Bay.

When potential head coaching candidates then take a deeper look at the Green Bay Packers organization and list their positives and negatives for the gig, the beauty will lie all in the eye of the beholder when they look at all aspects of the current state of the franchise.

To start, having Aaron Rodgers under contract with the potential for five more great years will certainly be eye-catching to most.  For a young, upstart coach, a chance to lead a team with Rodgers under center certainly puts them a leg up on a lot of the competition when looking to make a name for themselves in the league.  But, will candidates look into the potential souring relationship that Rodgers had with Mike McCarthy and be scared away from the chance to coach the Packers? 

Another internal consideration head coaching candidates will face is the current state of the roster in Green Bay.  The talent is there on the offensive side of the ball in spots and some promise exists on the defensive side of the ball.  When factoring in other potential openings, the Packers overall state of the roster is relatively healthy when compared to the other teams and should be a bright spot to potential candidates.

Head coach contenders for the Packers job must also consider the history, culture and location of the franchise.  Lambeau Field and the rich Packers history certainly put the Packers above most of their competition and the rabid fanbase helps make the job appealing to all.  But the question must be asked if the city of Green Bay and the small market scare away high profile candidates that would be more enticed by higher-profile markets like New York or Phoenix.

The final unique piece of the Green Bay Packers puzzle for potential candidates is the newly developed power structure in 2017.  What was originally played by Mark Murphy as a communication stop-gap in the organization, the decision to have the head coach and GM reporting directly to Murphy as team president was certainly a new direction based on how other franchises operate their organizational chart at the top.  Based on Monday’s press conference, GM Brian Gutekunst will be involved in the process of hiring the new coach with the final say still falling in Murphy’s hands.  And while we may not know the fine details of the relationships between President, GM and coach with the Packers organization, how it works may be a key factor in a candidate finding the Packers job appealing or not.  Candidates interviewing in Green Bay will surely have this as one of their top questions during interviews and Mark Murphy needs to be able to make this relationship both clear and appealing to any coach interviewing for the job.

With all of the internal and external factors being considered by head coaching candidates, I think the Packers will have the most desirable position in the league for many reasons.  While any head coaching job comes with some difficult territory, the gig in Green Bay will provide the new coach with some challenges and it is in Mark Murphy’s hands to find that candidate that best suits the franchise.  Over the coming weeks, and really having started already, the candidate rumor mill for the Packers will be running at full steam.  Hope really does spring eternal for Packers organization as they embark on their first head coach in almost 13 years and us as a fanbase wait in anticipation for the next leader of the team to be hired.

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Ryan Brunner is an avid Packers fan hailing from Chippewa Falls, WI.  He is a firm believer that punters are NFL players too!  Follow him on Twitter @brunwardo

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Denver, Colo., Dec 5, 2018 / 03:04 am (CNA).- With the first Sunday of Advent behind us, the liturgical season of preparing for Christmas is well underway.    But what does it actually mean to “observe Advent?” The observation of other liturgical seasons may be more readily apparent – Lent is clearly a time for prayer, sacrifice and almsgiving, while Christmas and Easter are clearly times for celebration.    Search Pinterest for “how to celebrate Advent” and everything from ideas for a do-it-yourself Jesse Tree, to instructions for a handmade Advent calendar bunting, to a tutorial on “how to make your own wreath from foraged materials” appears.   The penitential time of preparation before Christmas seems to have taken on a crafty life of its own over the last few years, thanks to websites such as Pinterest and Instructables. Add in a few glowing shots of your friend’s handcrafted nativity set on her Instagram feed and you’ve got a recipe for some serious Advent-envy. 
While all of these crafts and activities can help one better celebrate Christmas, it’s important not to let them distract from the true purpose of the season: preparation for the Incarnation, said Fr. Mike Schmitz, chaplain for the Newman Center at the University of Minnesota Duluth.   Fr. Schmitz told CNA that one of the things that gets easily overlooked about Advent is “that it’s actually a season of penance” and as such, the Church asks us to practice prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.    “That’s kind of like the buzzkill of Advent because it’s like, ‘OK, don’t have too much fun because, remember, this is a penitential season’,” he said.    However, just because it’s a season of penance doesn’t mean we need to be somber.    “I think there’s some great ways that a person or a family can make that – prayer, fasting, and almsgiving – a part of the celebration of preparation for Christmas. It doesn’t have to be a dour kind of experience,” he said.   The simplest way Catholics can prepare for Christmas, Fr. Schmitz suggested, is by going to confession during Advent.    “During Advent the faithful are asked not only to prepare themselves to celebrate Christmas, but we’re called to prepare ourselves to meet Jesus at the end of time,” he said.    “There’s a lot of good ways to do that, but I think one of the best ways a person could possibly do that is to go to confession.”   For Kathryn Whitaker of the blog, “Team Whitaker,” observing Advent is all about knowing what works best for your family.    “There are lots and lots of beautiful ideas on Pinterest and other places, but I think you have to find what suits your family and then not apologize or feel badly because someone else is doing it differently,” she said.    In an attempt to dial back the frenzy of Christmas morning, she said her family began to look for ways to serve others and be grateful for what they already have in the weeks leading up to it.   “I think for us, it’s just been about pouring a little bit more love, particularly in these next four weeks, in everything that we do.”   The Whitakers pick a local family in need to “adopt” each year by providing gifts and food, or they donate presents to Brown Santa – a tradition named for the brown uniforms members of the Travis County, Texas Sheriff’s Office wear that provides assistance to underprivileged residents, particularly during the Christmas season.   That, plus “lighting” her kindergartner’s Advent wreath – made from tissue paper and toilet paper rolls – and having a Jesse Tree, an ancient tradition of decorating a tree with ornaments that represent the story of salvation, will make up their Advent, which also includes Mass and confession.    Over the years, Whitaker and her family have adapted their Advent season to their “family season.” The year that she and her husband brought their premature son home from the hospital, for example, all they could do was put up the Christmas tree with some ornaments.   “And that was OK,” she said. “And then knowing next Advent, or the next liturgical season that comes up, you can do more. Or you can do less.”   Much like Whitaker, Bonnie Engstrom of the blog “A Knotted Life” said that the best way for a family to observe Advent is by “looking through the options and seeing what will work for them, what will help them create meaningful lessons and memories during that season of their family's life.”   “Then you just gotta walk away from the rest, appreciating that it works for some but confident that you're doing a good job.”   In recent years, the Engstroms have “scaled back our Advent activities by a ton” by just focusing on the Advent wreath and a few saints’ feast days. Festivities that many Americans typically do in the time before Christmas – such as looking at light displays, drinking cocoa and watching Christmas movies – are all saved for the actual Christmas season.    “It has greatly bolstered Christmas beyond December 25th and has brought a lot more peace and joy to our home, while greatly reducing the stress,” she said, which is a definite “win-win.”   Gradually filling the nativity scene, adding ornaments to their Jesse Tree and celebrating St. Nicholas’ feast day with her kids are all fun ways that Engstrom said she can “trick them into learning about their faith.”   While engaging her kids in celebrating Advent is important, she said observing this season has also helped her grow in her relationship with God.   “The silence, the simple beauty, the focus on preparation,” she said, “those things have really helped me create the still in my interior and exterior life for God to speak to me.”    Essentially, there’s not just one way to do Advent, and that’s fine.

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          Gordon scores 20, Magic run away to top Heat 105-90      Cache   Translate Page      

Aaron Gordon scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Nikola Vucevic finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds and the Orlando Magic beat the Miami Heat 105-90 on Tuesday night.

Terrence Ross added 19 off the bench for the Magic, who were 14 for 28 from 3-point range. Evan Fournier scored 13 and DJ Augustin had 11 for Orlando.

Justise Winslow scored 14 for Miami, which had won two straight - and still hasn't had a three-game winning streak this season. Kelly Olynyk scored 13, Hassan Whiteside had 12 and Dwyane Wade and James Johnson each added 11 for the Heat.

Whiteside left the Heat bench with 40.5 seconds left and walked to the locker room. He didn't play in the fourth quarter, and has been unhappy when that's occurred in the past.

"Probably extremely upset, like we all are right now," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said, after his team dropped to 9-14.

Lulls have doomed Miami all season, and a third-quarter one was the difference.

The Magic were 1-10 this season in games in which they weren't winning at halftime, but outscored the Heat 30-12 in the third quarter to grab control. It was Miami's lowest-scoring quarter of the season - one point less than its opening quarter against Brooklyn on Nov. 20 - and the worst quarter the Heat had against Orlando since an 11-point third on Feb. 8, 2012.

"It's our inability to sustain," Spoelstra said. "That's it. ... There's a flagrant inconsistency that we keep bumping into."

Orlando held the Heat to 24 percent shooting in the third (5-21) and the Magic didn't commit a turnover in the period.

Olynyk made three 3-pointers in a span of less than 90 seconds to get Miami within six early in the fourth, and Winslow connected on another 3 to cut Orlando's lead to 88-82 with 4:06 left. But the Magic scored the next five, and held on from there.

TIP-INS

Magic: Orlando is 2-0 against the Heat this season and 7-2 in the last nine meetings. ... The Magic have posted three quarters with a score differential of plus-18 or better this season - and all have been on the road. They outscored New York by 20 in a first quarter, Golden State by 18 in a second quarter, and outscored Miami by 18 in the third quarter of this one.

Heat: Rodney McGruder played, two days after leaving Miami's win over Utah with a sprained ankle. Tyler Johnson also returned after missing six games with a hamstring strain. Goran Dragic (knee), Derrick Jones Jr. (hamstring) and Dion Waiters (ankle rehab) remained sidelined. ... It was Miami's last home game until Dec. 20, with a six-game trip to Western Conference venues starting Friday.

SOUTHEAST WOES

Orlando is now atop the Southeast Division at 12-12. The five teams in Southeast are a combined 47-71 this season, and that winning percentage of .398 is even worse than the league-worst .420 clip (172-238) that Miami, Orlando, Washington, Atlanta and Charlotte combined for last season.

MO' WADE BLOCKS

Wade added another 7-footer to his blocked-shot collection, when he rejected Orlando rookie Mo Bamba at the rim in the fourth quarter. No player who stands 6-foot-4 or less has more blocks in their career than Wade, who has gotten at least 47 blocks against 7-footers in his career - a list that includes Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Brook Lopez, Pau Gasol and now Bamba.

UP NEXT

Magic: Host Denver on Wednesday.

Heat: Visit Phoenix on Friday.

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          What Does Colorado Get Right In Electoral And Legislativel Politics?      Cache   Translate Page      
Good Colorado Electoral And Legislative Politics Practices.

1.  No one who has completed their felony criminal sentence, or who is serving a misdemeanor criminal sentence, is disenfranchised.

2. Voter ID need not be presented to vote, at least, if you receive a mail-in ballot.

3. Eligible voters may register to vote right up until election day.

4. Every voter gets a mail-in ballot. This is particularly helpful because Colorado usually has quite long ballots.

5. There are numerous conveniently located, postage free, drop boxes and vote centers in Colorado, but ballots must be received by election day, so vote counting is not unduly delayed.

6. Mail-in ballots have a tracking code that can be used to confirm that election administration officials have received your ballot.

7. Advocates for political parties, candidates and issues can get regularly updated lists of who has voted and who has not to assist them in getting out the vote once ballots have been distributed.

8. Campaign finance disclosures are required quite comprehensively in non-federal races and have data that can be accessed and searched over the Internet.

9. Colorado uses paper ballots that can be recounted or audited, by hand, if necessary.

10. You have a roughly two week window in which to vote, and a statutory right to time off to cast a ballot in person if you need to do so.

11. Numerous salient ballot issues encourage high turnout even if a particular voter's candidate races are not close. The government's to which the ballot initiatives pertain circulate "blue books" with detailed information including fiscal impact estimates and pros and cons submitted by advocates of, and opponents of, the measures. Proposed constitutional amendments, charter amendments, statutes, and ordinances can be placed on the ballot with citizen initiatives that aren't so onerous that there aren't many on the ballot every year. Governments must also refer any of their own proposed constitutional amendments, chart amendments, tax increases, spending limit increases, and issuances of government debt backed by taxpayer funds to voters.

12. Reasonable term limits (12 years in any given legislative position, 8 years for most executive branch posts) are an important fact that prevents incumbency advantages from being too great and contribute strongly to Colorado have one of the highest percentages of female legislators in the nation.

13. If there is a vacancy in the state legislature, the vacancy is filled by a committee of that member's political party. So, parties have an incentive to police misconduct and scandals in their own party to have strong incumbents for the next election, while scandal is not a tool that is useful to change the partisan power balance put in place by the voters.

14. Going forward, Congressional redistricting and state legislative redistricting will be conducted by a bipartisan commission with meaningful guidelines intended to reduce gerrymandering.

15. Strict ethics rules prohibit public officials including elected officials at every level from receiving gifts, and impose civil fines that make sanctioning people for violations easier without the full range of pro-defendant protections that apply to criminal prosecutions, and ethics violations can be reported by private citizens without being screened by a partisan elected official. The Board that administers the ethics law is independent of the partisan elected Secretary of State's office.

16. Colorado requires a 55% majority, rather than a bare majority of the votes cast, to adopt proposed constitutional amendments.

17. While Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights is nothing to write home about and ill designed, the requirement the new taxes and increased spending receive voter approval effectively defuses "tax and spend" attacks on Democratic political candidates and liberal candidates generally in non-partisan races, at every level of government, since any proposed tax increases must be voter approved.

18. Colorado uses Congressional district boundaries for the state board of education and the CU-Regents, reducing the number of districts that have to be drawn when redistricting comes around.

19. While it is very difficult to recall candidates in statewide offices, it isn't impossible, and it can be fairly easy to do in local governments following low turnout local elections, for example, to municipal, county and school board posts.

20. Voters in the Denver metro area elect a non-partisan Regional Transportation District board. Likewise, District attorneys are elected from regional judicial districts rather than from every county.

21. A non-partisan legislative branch agency determines the estimated fiscal impact of all proposed legislation and helps legislators (most of whom are non-lawyers) with the drafting of bills to be introduced.

22. Many special districts (e.g. the Denver Water Board and the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District) have appointed board of directors rather than elected boards of directors, shortening the ballot in the case of races where candidates could be hard to evaluate. Their taxing and borrowing decisions, however, must still receive voter approval.

23. The Governor's power to pardon is not significantly limited.

24. A judges in the state except municipal judges and judges on the Denver County Court are appointed by the Governor from three top applicants selected on a merit basis by a blue ribbon commission.

25. There is a mandatory retirement age for state judges.

26. Municipal courts have very limited jurisdiction and there are only two specialized courts that are not divisions of another court (the Denver Probate Court and the Denver Juvenile Court).

Additional Things That Denver Does Right

1. Denver candidate elections are conducted in May of odd numbered years, so that these races aren't drowned out by general election race media coverage and voter attention.

2. School board elections in Denver and every other school district in the state are conducted in odd numbered years in November on a staggered non-partisan basis where the races are not competing with other races for media coverage and voter attention.

3. All Denver candidate races are non-partisan, which is particularly appropriate in a city with one dominant party, because it gives everyone in the city a say on who is elected.

4. In Denver, in a single member electoral districts, it takes a majority of the vote to be elected in the first round. If no candidate receives a majority of the vote there is a runoff election about a month later. This prevents minor candidates from acting as spoilers for candidates they are most similar to. This is not yet the law in state elections, however.

5. Denver has a consolidated city and county government that reduces jurisdictional issues and makes for simpler elections and clearer accountability. The City and County government has a city council with a mix of single member and at large city council seats, a Mayor, an Auditor, an a Clerk and Recorder who are elected. It also, within the state election system has a partisan elected District Attorney who prosecutes crimes.  All of these posts have term limits.

6. Denver does not elect its coroner, engineer, assessor, treasurer, surveyor or sheriff, as other counties in Colorado do.

7. Denver's county court and municipal court are consolidated and have a single set of judges appointed by the Mayor from a list of three top candidates selected based on merit by a blue ribbon committee.

(Moderate) Colorado Process Changes Still Called For.

Majority Voting and Runoff Election Requirements

1. Candidates in all federal, state and local single candidate districts should have to face a runoff election in between the top two candidates if a majority of voters do not support a candidate in the first round.

Bipartisan Election Administration

2. The election administration functions of the Secretary of State should be run by a bipartisan appointed state board of elections rather than a partisan elected official, i.e. Secretary of State, and the non-electoral functions of the Secretary of State should be that responsibility of an appointed official.

3. The election administration functions of the county clerk and recorder (a partisan elected official) should be run by a bipartisan appointed county board of elections, and the other responsibilities of the county clerk and recorder should be carried out by an appointed official.

Shortening The Ballot

4. The state treasurer should be appointed rather than elected.

5. The coroner's office should be a state office, rather than a county office, and should be an appointed position.

6. County treasurers, county assessors, county engineers, and county surveyors should be appointed offices rather than partisan elected officials, and the size of a county commission should be increased from three to five, at least, in all reasonably high population counties.

7. The CU-Regents should either be appointed, or elected by constituencies of the University such as alumni.

8. The state board of education should be appointed.

9. Judicial retention elections for trial judges should be placed on the ballot only when a judicial performance review committee has not unanimously recommended the judge's retention, no retention election petition (which a fairly modest number of required signatures) is filed, and no board of county commissioners (or legislative body of a city and county government, in a county over which the judge had jurisdiction requests it. Judicial retention elections for appellate judges should be placed on the ballot only when a judicial performance committee has not unanimously recommended the judge's retention, no retention election petition (with a fairly modest number of required signatures) is filed, and neither house of the state general assembly requests it. In other words, only actually controversial judicial retention elections should be presented to voters.

10. The shortening the ballot reforms would leave at the following partisan elected official in the state for each voter (excluding non-partisan special districts and municipal offices): a Governor-Lieutenant Governor ticket, an Attorney-General, a State Senator, a State Representative, a District Attorney, county commissioners, and a county sheriff. It would also significantly reduce the number of judicial retention elections on the ballot.

Court Structure

11. Transfer all municipal court jurisdiction to county courts and eliminate mayoral appointment of county court judges in Denver, so that there would be no separate municipal courts.

12. Discontinue the Denver Juvenile Court and Denver Probate Court and replace them with divisions within District Court.

13. Require all judges to be lawyers.

14. Transfer a significant share of cases currently handled by C.A.R. 21 to the Court of Appeals.

15. Publish and allow attorneys' to cite to all court opinions, rather than having many unpublished court decisions.
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