The puffs of icy breath were visible all the way in the upper decks. The Denver cold was supposed to be his Achilles heel, the only thing that could calcify the arm of a generation's greatest quarterback. Supposed to be - but don't tell Peyton Manning.
A plan to build a $5 million recreation amenity in City Park with a half-mile exercise loop, climbing structures, an oversized swing, giant tunnels and community gathering areas is energizing city staff but upsetting some park advocates.
Nothing unites communities and politicians like the lonely wail of a train whistle.That is especially true when those whistles and horns blare day and night in neighborhoods, killing sleep and the potential for much-needed economic development.
Fans trying to get into popular concerts, shows and sporting events are increasingly getting shut out when tickets go on sale, restricted in what they can do with their tickets and pressured to use official outlets if they want to resell them.