Cartoonist Jim Morrissey puts a twist on an old Lynyrd Skynyrd song to celebrate President Biden’s decision to keep Space Command in Colorado, rather than move it to Alabama.
In “What’d I Miss?” writer R. Alan Brooks and artist Cori Redford look at how Florida’s new history curriculum spins slavery — and who might want to try it out.
What would happen if Barbie packed up her pink Subarbieru and returned to her creator’s home state? Where would she stake her claim?
Sun cartoonist Drew Litton captures the vibe of new Denver Broncos’ coach Sean Payton firing harshly critical barbs at previous coach Nathaniel Hackett.
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra engages on the topic of Hollywood actors seeking better treatment, but her friend can’t seem to get past equating celebrity with riches.
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey illustrates that no matter how you look at that glass of tap water, you can reach the same conclusion about the forever chemicals it contains.
Drew Litton illustrates how, with the high of an NBA title receding and baseball offering little sustenance, Colorado sports fans count the hours until training camp.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie and Myra do the math on the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, and make the connection to issues surrounding AI.
Cartoonist Drew Litton observes that Rockies catcher and All-Star Game MVP Elias Diaz was the team’s only representative on the National League roster. How long before he’s traded?
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie’s dad explains how the Supreme Court’s oppressive decisions require civic response that’s both consistent and enduring. Or a passport.