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Silverman: Denver and Atlanta were linked by boycotts long before the All-Star Game

The morning docket finally finished near noon. I hustled to 16th Street and boarded the shuttle. Exiting at Blake Street, I rushed four blocks north to an open field where a small crowd assembled. Attendees were handed two bags of peanuts in special packaging commemorating “Coors Field Groundbreaking — Oct. 16, 1992.” Sensing a baseball […]

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Littwin: Let’s give thanks to Trump and his toadies for bringing the All-Star Game to Coors Field

Even though Coloradans overwhelmingly rejected Donald Trump on the 2020 ballot — he lost by the greatest margin in the state since Reagan crushed Mondale in 1984 — we should offer him a belated thank you. Seriously. Without Trump and, specifically, without his GOP toadies, Major League Baseball would never have moved the All-Star Game […]

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Colorado’s Tattered Cover bookstore sold, will become nation’s largest Black-led bookseller

NEW YORK — A leading independent bookstore, the Colorado-based Tattered Cover, has been sold to a group of investors and will become the country’s largest Black-led bookseller. An investment group led by Denver natives Kwame Spearman, who will serve as CEO and operations manager, and David Back purchased the Tattered Cover for an undisclosed amount […]