As the march toward November 6th intensifies, things might get weird. For example: someone apparently fired a shot into President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters in Denver Colorado on Friday afternoon, shattering a large window.
The Denver Post reports the incident occurred around 3 p.m. There were people in the offices at the time but no injuries were reported.
A reporter for Denver’s alt-weekly Westword tweeted a photo of the shattered window and his puzzled comment:
Over the objections of Christie’s, the Denver City Council voted last night to approve the sale of four Clyfford Still paintings through Sotheby’s in order to benefit the endowment of the Clyfford Still Museum, which is set to open in the city in November. A press official at the City Council told The Observer this morning that the decision was unanimous.
DENVER—Alongside the protesters, hawkers and concessionaires that crowd the path that delegates and attendees take to the Pepsi Arena here, we spotted this sign.
The Denver metro area has actually seen an increase in housing prices in recent months, despite a drop most everywhere else. Yesterday, the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices found the Denver Read More
Attention, Columbia University students! Get ready to stand in line.
Chipotle, the wildly popular Denver-based burrito chain, will open a 2,800-square-foot outpost at 110th Street and Broadway in late July. The fast-food restaurant will be located on the northwest corner where the short-lived Casbah Rouge, a Moroccan restaurant, once sat. (It will also be across Read More
Andrew Rice sends in this email about what the primaries might look like in 2008:
You know, I realize it’s way early to even be thinking about this, but it occurred to me yesterday morning when I was reading about California moving its primary up that one possible outcome of all this frontloading could Read More
… for the Dems in 2008. Should we really be that surprised?
Full release after the jump.
- Matthew Schuerman
Denver to Host 2008 Democratic National Convention
Washington, DC – Citing the Denver host committee’s strong bid and growing Democratic gains in the Rocky Mountain West, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Read More
First, it was after the election. Then, it was “early December.” Now, with the revelation that a Denver union will not go along with the no-strike pledge, Howard Dean is saying that he will not make a decision on the location of the 2008 Democratic National Convention until after the holidays.
Why Read More
T is for Towers-in-a-Park?
Columbia prof and Chelsea architect Steven Holl, whose difficulties with Denver led him to drop out of a courthouse commission last month, just revealed a plan for an outer-district mixed-use center on the outskirts of Copenhagen, atop a regional rail network — the point being that you can put Read More
It’s one thing forThe New York Times to say the Mayor might have trouble raising money for the 2008 Democratic National Convention, another for him to do so himself. When a reporter asked about convention fundraising today, Bloomberg said:
“I think it will be difficult for the city. As you know, we are trying Read More
The New York Times announced this afternoon that deputy editorial-page editor Andrew Rosenthal will replace Gail Collins as editorial-page editor January 1. The annoucement quotes publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. calling Rosenthal “a born editorial writer.”
And how! The release describes Rosenthal’s journalistic background, including stints as a Washington correspondent, Denver bureau reporter and AP Read More