Monday - October 18, 2021

News

Local News

Denver weather: Monday expected to hit 75 degrees before cool down - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
A cold front will work its way in overnight, with Denver dropping to 43 degrees. The foothills could have brief bursts of heavier snow as the colder air arrives.

Protestors disrupt flame lighting for Beijing Winter Games - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China sneaked into the archaeological site where the flame lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics was being held Monday and ran toward the newly lit torch holding a Tibetan flag and a banner that read “No genocide games.”

Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Colin Powell, former Joint Chiefs chairman and secretary of state, has died from COVID-19 complications, his family said Monday. He was 84.

More Local News

Regional News Headlines

Denver weather: Monday expected to hit 75 degrees before cool down - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
A cold front will work its way in overnight, with Denver dropping to 43 degrees. The foothills could have brief bursts of heavier snow as the colder air arrives.

Protestors disrupt flame lighting for Beijing Winter Games - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China sneaked into the archaeological site where the flame lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics was being held Monday and ran toward the newly lit torch holding a Tibetan flag and a banner that read “No genocide games.”

Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says - Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Colin Powell, former Joint Chiefs chairman and secretary of state, has died from COVID-19 complications, his family said Monday. He was 84.

More Regional News

Business News

From sewers to golf courses, cities see green with new federal covid relief dollars - Sun, 17 Oct 2021
The American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March, provides $130 billion to cities, counties and tribes -- with few restrictions on how the money can be spent.

Cash aid reduced poverty in Colorado during the pandemic. But don’t count on that to continue. - Sun, 17 Oct 2021
Colorado's top budget official says the state can't afford to keep pandemic-era social programs going.

Improving Investor Behavior: Feeling confident? Are you sure? - Sun, 17 Oct 2021
I’ve contributed to the Denver Post monthly for a while now, and I’m grateful for readers who have reached out to me with thoughts, comments, and questions. Some about my writing, the market, and broader topics like the meaning of wealth or improving investor behavior. My goal has always been to encourage a discussion. I […]

More Business News

Entertainment News

The ghost Nextdoor: What to do if your Denver apartment is haunted - Fri, 15 Oct 2021
The apartment at the center of the activity -- which has driven the roommates to sleeping in the same room out of fear of being alone with what goes bump in the night -- is located on the site of the former St. Luke's Hospital.

Victorian horrors, giant spiders, a Witch Fest and more things to do this week - Thu, 14 Oct 2021
There's a lot of spooky, and family-friendly, fall fun in this week's Best Bets roundup, including sweet, sweet beers; Victorian horrors; spiders; and a cappella in-person return for Arts Nova Singers

Racism in America and RBG: These local theater productions will rock you to your core - Thu, 14 Oct 2021
“Mama.” that’s the first word spoken in Benchmark Theatre’s riling and deftly performed world premiere of “Elephant.” Actually, "spoken" is inaccurate: "cried out" is more like it. “Mama!!!”

More Entertainment News