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Gay Activists Flip Off Ronald Reagan Portrait At White House

Patrick Svitek | June 22, 2012 | Gay Voices
If several raised fingers are any indication, some LGBT activists who visited the White House last week are fully evolved on what they think of President Ronald Reagan. In a photo, removed from her Facebook page Friday afternoon (but posted here by the Philly Post), Philadelphia photographer Zoe...

High Park Fire 2012 Photos: Pictures Show Devastation Of Second Most Destructive Wildfire In Colorado History (PHOTOS)

Matt Ferner | June 28, 2012 | Denver
The High Park Fire burning near Fort Collins, Colo. since June 9 is now the second most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, as Waldo Canyon fire burning near Colorado Springs became the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history on June 28. Take a look at the dramatic photos below:

How To Get Rid Of Mosquitoes: Testing 11 Homemade Remedies

Michelle Manetti | July 8, 2014 | HuffPost Home
Reach for the calamine lotion, it's mosquito season. Mosquitoes are out in full force right now because warm weather allows a mosquito egg to become an adult in less than a week. Mosquitoes can infect millions of people every year and this year may especially...

'A Place Of Our Own,' Eating Disorder Support Center Opens In Denver As The First Of Its Kind (PHOTOS)

Andrea Rael | June 27, 2012 | Denver
"I lost 65 pounds one month," Diana Milne, 57, said. The same statement might be said for so-called "miracle diets" with men and women standing proudly in baggy pants that now look like burlap sacks, where losing weight becomes the equivalent to leading a healthy lifestyle. But in an...

Colorado Wildfires: Hot, Windy Weather To Challenge Colo. Fire Crews (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Matt Ferner | August 22, 2012 | Denver
BELLEVUE, Colo. — The return of hot, dry and windy weather on Friday will challenge firefighters working to encircle a wildfire burning on over 68,000 acres in northern Colorado. A red flag warning was in effect for much of Colorado as well as Utah and parts of Wyoming, Arizona and...

10 Things That Will Make The Broncos A Championship Team This Season

Matt Ferner | June 22, 2012 | Denver
On paper, Harry Potter has plenty of tricks to win the day. On paper, things often add up nicely 1-2-3. And on paper, the Broncos closed out their offseason program last week, feeling better about how they will enter the 2012 season than how they exited the one in 2011.

Fire Retardant Toxicity Debate Rages In West

James Gerken | August 22, 2012 | Green
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Forest Service officials insist firefighting won't be hindered by new rules meant to prevent millions of gallons of retardant dropped onto scorched landscapes each year from poisoning streams and killing fish and plants. The agency rules that resulted from a lawsuit require drops to come no closer...

Lynne Freeman, Parent Volunteer At Greeley School, Allegedly Locked Teen Boy In Closet And Sexually Assaulted Him

Matt Ferner | June 23, 2012 | Denver
Lynn Freeman, a 38-year-old mother and parent volunteer at University Schools, was arrested Wednesday for the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old teenage boy -- a friend to her own daughter -- in her home. The teenager's parents reported the alleged abuse to Greeley police on June 10 saying that...

The 10 Best New Asian Restaurants In America, According To 'Details' Magazine

Carey Polis | June 22, 2012 | Food
It's time to think outside the pork bun and way beyond kimchi. We're in the middle of an Asian-food renaissance that's being led on two fronts -- by devoted students of Eastern techniques and culinary traditions, and by barnstorming young chefs who are reinventing the genre, from Oakland to Atlanta,...

High Park Fire: Total Homes Destroyed Increases; Firefighters Brace For Extreme Heat Over The Weekend (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Matt Ferner | June 22, 2012 | Denver
The High Park Fire, the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, grew to 68,440 acres Friday morning. Overnight, firefighters expanded containment to 60 percent, however the blaze continues to grow. A total of 191 homes have been destroyed -- the total is up two from previous assessments, but...

Mu Shu, Iron Man, Professor, Puffpuff And Heaven Are Looking For Homes For 'Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month' (PHOTOS)

Andrea Rael | June 22, 2012 | Denver
There are over 750 cats at the Denver Dumb Friends League looking for homes. In response, the League has made June "Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month" and is waiving adoption fees for kitties 1-year-old and older. “Our number one goal is to find a forever home for all of the cats...
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