Heavy snow blasted Colorado Monday night and into Tuesday morning, and Coloradans took to social media to share photos, videos and memes. Here is a roundup of some of the best posts, which include someone cross-country skiing down the street in Boulder, a corgi puppy frolicking in the snow, some unique snow-measuring devices and plenty of patio furniture pics. Enjoy. My dog is really enjoying this snowday #9wx #COwx @googlenest pic.twitter.com/fo5YvaxTuZ — Alison ChanRodriguez (@AlisonChann) November 26, 2019 Here's a pictorial overview of the snow depth in Fort Collins as of 10:30pm. Depth is currently 1.33 bowling balls, 2.1 cans of Dry Dock Docktoberfest, 2.4 Eggo waffles, or 11 inches. #cowx pic.twitter.com/t0rPOAz1Cg — Jay Gibson (@DesertmuttJay) November 26, 2019 This guy says the commute to work in Boulder this morning is just fine. #9wx #COwx pic.twitter.com/N3DAS1h0vW — Cory Reppenhagen (@CReppWx) November 26, 2019 @BianchiWeather this is INCREDIBLE … [Read more...] about Colorado weather: The best social media posts from the snowstorm
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There were high hopes for Courtland Sutton when the Broncos drafted him in the second round last year. The 6-foot-4 receiver had an extensive highlight reel coming out of SMU and NFL.com compared him to former All-Pro Mushin Muhammad. Fast forward to today where he’s the Broncos’ clear No. 1 receiver and ranks tied for ninth in the NFL in yards receiving. Plus his acrobatic touchdown catch in the first quarter Sunday is one for the ages. It’s fair to say he’s living up to expectations. Through nine games, Sutton has 44 catches for 692 yards and four touchdowns. If he maintains this pace, he’ll finish the year with 78 catches, 1,230 yards and seven TDs. Only Brandon Marshall — who was a fourth-round pick in 2006 — had a better second season in receptions and yards for Denver. Eric Decker pulled in eight TDs in his sophomore season. Here’s a look at how his second NFL season compares with other Broncos draft picks since 2000: Player Year … [Read more...] about Broncos Insider: No sophomore slump. Courtland Sutton finding second-year success.
Republicans have been making predictions for months. They say the soon-to-be-released report from Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael Horowitz will be a blockbuster, calling out important former intelligence officials for shocking, bad-faith acts involving spying on political rivals.Democrats, on the other hand, have been saying they expect the Horowitz report to validate the FBI’s controversial wiretaps of a Trump associate during the 2016 campaign and into 2017. If Horowitz’s prior reports are any indication, we can probably expect some of both. If the inspector general has proven to be one thing, it’s diplomatic. ADVERTISEMENTHorowitz has served as the independent watchdog over the DOJ since President Obama appointed him on April 16, 2012. He is well respected by many Democrats and Republicans. My own take is that both parties don’t know exactly what to make of Horowitz. Depending on who’s the target of his … [Read more...] about Will the Horowitz report split the baby?
A-Trak Alain Macklovitch, better known by his stage name A-Trak, is a Canadian DJ and record producer with his own record label. A-Trak owns the Fool’s Gold record label, founded in 2007. The label is credited with launching the careers of artists like Kid Cudi and Danny Brown. He’s worked with Kanye West, serving as his personal tour DJ in West’s 2004 tour. As a teenager, A-Trak was known as a 90s turntable prodigy who brought home a number of DJ titles, including the 1997 DMC World DJ Championship. For the last 10 years, he has been based in New York and then in Los Angeles and has become one of the first blogging DJs. He is known to regularly contribute to the Huffington Post and owns the travel website Infinite Legroom. He is known for merging rap and electronic sounds through remix work. His work on songs like “Heads Will Roll” has been featured in movies like Project X. A-Trak is also part of the DJ duo Duck Sauce alongside Armand Van Helden. … [Read more...] about GET TO KNOW THE 2018 LINEUP
Fashion minor students at the University of Arizona are learning the tricks of the trade as they host and plan a Dogs N’ Denim Fashion Show. While these students are learning what it really means to work in fashion, they’re doing it all in a sustainable manner and for a charitable cause. The second annual Dogs N’ Denim Fashion Show is on Dec. 5 at 5 p.m. on the UA Mall. The students have been working the majority of the semester on designing capes for the dogs using donated, upcycled materials, as well as planning the entirety of the event themselves. According to Charlette Padilla, a professor of retailing and consumer sciences at the Norton School of Family & Consumer Sciences, after the event the capes made for the dogs will be auctioned off and proceeds will go towards Tucson’s Cause for Canines. General admission is free. “There’s two objectives,” Padilla said. “One was to teach about sustainability, because fashion … [Read more...] about Dogs, denim and daring to learn