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"Under current case law, he has no case. Under New York law, you better put your blinds down. He’s lucky he wasn’t standing there buck naked."

Said a lawyer quoted in "Alex Rodriguez may have a tough time pursuing legal action over viral toilet pic" (NY Post). The photograph — taken of the retired baseball star when he was sitting on the toilet (which the NYT Post calls "turd base") was taken from the window of a Park Avenue office building that has a view into his apartment (where he lives with Jennifer Lopez). I remember blogging about the case the lawyer is referring to. There was an art photographer who'd caught images of people th...
Tags: Art, Photography, Privacy, Law, Manhattan, Jennifer Lopez, Charles, Toilet, Free Speech, Taxidermy, Alex Rodriguez, Denver Post, Jimmy Stewart, Rod, Swenson, Park Avenue


Denver decriminalizing mushrooms

The rising national movement against drug prohibition took a major step forward on May 7. Voters in Denver, Colorado, narrowly passed a measure to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms — effectively making them law enforcement’s lowest priority in the city. Signs around proclaiming support for Initiative 301, or I-301 as it became known, were an increasingly common sight in Denver leading up to the election, but still, the vote was close. The initiative passed by just 2,291 votes in a city of m...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Europe, Colorado, US, United States, Peter Thiel, Food And Drug Administration, Silicon Valley, Fda, Denver, Johns Hopkins, Mitch, All, Nyu, Andrew


Sakic Has the Avalanche Trending up Nicely

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Back in his Colorado Avalanche playing days, Joe Sakic’s approach was pretty much title or bust. As the team’s general manager, a similar feeling is beginning to develop. Sakic and the Avalanche took a little time for reflection following a Game 7 loss to San Jose in the second round. That page has been turned. Related: The Colorado Avalanche Play the Long Game The Hall of Fame player turned executive has his full focus on improving a team that’s been to the post-s...
Tags: Usa, Colorado, Massachusetts, Sport, Nashville, San Jose, Hockey, NHL, Hall of Fame, Calgary, Ottawa, Colorado Avalanche, Avs, Englewood, Denver Post, Samuel Girard


"Fake tough guys from the granola-paved streets of Portland" --- The Denver Post isn't buying the Trail Blazers act

It's not just the players on the Portland Trail Blazers and Denver Nuggets getting chippy with one another. Following the Portland Trail Blazers win over the Denver Nuggets in Game 6 on Thursday, Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post had a few less-than-friendly words to say about Rip City and their beloved Trail Blazers. Here's a few excerpts from his piece: On Evan Turner: "The Blazers' simmering disrespect of Denver got truly insulting: Turner, an end-of-rotation scrub for Portland, c...
Tags: News, Denver Nuggets, Portland, Denver, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Post, Evan Turner, Mark Kiszla


Done In Denver

from Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, The Avalanche lost superstar forward Nathan MacKinnon to injury early in Game 7 at the SAP Center, and when MacKinnon returned late in the first period against the San Jose Sharks, Colorado trailed by two goals. But the resilient Avs never quit, appeared to tie it 2-2 in the second period and rallied to get within 3-2 in a Western Conference semifinal series-deciding game they can be proud of. They nearly forced overtime with two tremendous oppor...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, San Jose, Denver, SAP Center, Avs, Mike Chambers, Denver Post, Joe Pavelski, Nathan MacKinnon, MacKinnon, Colin Wilson, Jared Bednar, San Jose Sharks Colorado


How school resource officers in Southern California are connecting with students to prevent shootings, other crimes

As legislators in Sacramento and around the country work to prevent school shootings and protect students from active shooters, Southern California school police officers daily worry about that problem — and many other potential threats to student safety. The officers and deputies assigned to schools, called School Resource Officers or SROs, are tasked with generally keeping order, breaking up fights and dealing with problems like drug dealing, gang activity and bullying. The officers work to pr...
Tags: School, Florida, News, Shooting, California, Police, Sacramento, America, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Jerry Brown, Edison High School, Riverside County, Denver, Sandy Hook


Ivanka Trump Cancels Appearance Near Colorado School Shooting

White House senior advisor Ivanka Trump cancelled an appearance nearby the STEM School Highlands Ranch Wednesday, saying that she didn’t want to divert resources from the deadly shooting that occurred there on Tuesday. Per the Denver Post, the first daughter had been scheduled to discuss workplace development at Lockheed Martin. On Tuesday, two suspects shot up the STEM School Highlands Ranch, killing at least one student and injuring eight more. Per CNN, a few students tried to tackle the gu...
Tags: News, School Shooting, Colorado, White House, Cnn, Lockheed Martin, Ivanka Trump, Denver Post, Columbine High School, Kate Riga


Bummer: Denver Voters Reject Magic Mushroom Decriminalization Measure

An ordinance to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms in Denver that the Denver Post reported was “the first of its kind put to a vote in the nation” failed on Tuesday, with results showing it failed 48 to 52 percent.Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Medicine, Drugs, Depression, Psychiatry, Denver, Hallucinogens, Denver Post, Psilocybin, Drug Legalization, Magic Mushrooms, Denver Voters Reject Magic


Denver Becomes First US City To Decriminalize Psychedelic Mushrooms

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reason: In a surprise turn of events, a Denver ballot initiative to effectively decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms, previously thought to have failed, now appears to have narrowly passed after all. This would make the Mile High City the first in the U.S. to decriminalize psilocybin. If the unofficial final tally holds, Denver law enforcement will be directed to treat psychedelic mushrooms owned for personal possession as the lowest enforcement priority. ...
Tags: Tech, Denver, Denver Post, Mile High City, Denver Becomes First US, Denver Elections, Jacob Sullem


8 Students Injured In Colorado School Shooting

Officials say 8 students have been injured in a shooting at a STEM school in Highlands Ranch, Colo., a suburb of Denver. Two suspects are in custody.(Image credit: John Leyba/Denver Post via Getty Images)
Tags: News, Denver, Denver Post, Highlands Ranch Colo, John Leyba, Colorado School Shooting


1 Student Killed, 7 Injured In Colorado School Shooting

Officials say one student was killed and seven were injured in a shooting at a STEM school in Highlands Ranch, Colo., a suburb of Denver. Two suspects are in custody.(Image credit: John Leyba/Denver Post via Getty Images)
Tags: News, Denver, Denver Post, Highlands Ranch Colo, John Leyba, Colorado School Shooting


1 Student Killed, 8 Injured In Colorado School Shooting

Officials say one student was killed and eight were injured in a shooting at a STEM school in Highlands Ranch, Colo., a suburb of Denver. Two suspects are in custody.(Image credit: John Leyba/Denver Post via Getty Images)
Tags: News, Denver, Denver Post, Highlands Ranch Colo, John Leyba, Colorado School Shooting


Multiple People Injured In Colorado School Shooting

Officials believe at least seven people have been injured in a shooting at a STEM school in Highlands Ranch, Colo., a suburb of Denver. Two suspects are in custody. (Image credit: John Leyba/Denver Post via Getty Images)
Tags: News, Denver, Denver Post, Highlands Ranch Colo, John Leyba


Jury convicts man in fatal shooting during argument over dog

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man accused of killing his neighbor during an argument over how the victim disciplined his dog has been convicted of first-degree murder. The Denver Post reports 33-year-old Michael Sadeghi was found guilty Monday in the March 27, 2018, death of 42-year-old Dustin Schmidt. Sadeghi is scheduled to be sentenced June […]
Tags: News, Colorado, Nation, Denver Post, DENVER AP, Michael Sadeghi, Dustin Schmidt Sadeghi


Series Tied At One Between The Colorado Avalanche And San Jose Sharks

from Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, The Avalanche, just as it did in the first-round playoff series against Calgary, answered a losing performance in Game 1 on the road to win Game 2 in the same hostile environment. On Sunday in a building they hadn’t won in since 2015, the Avs put together a workmanlike effort after a shoddy first period to defeat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 at SAP Center to even the Western Conference semifinal playoff series 1-1. Smooth-skating defenseman Tyson Barrie ...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, San Jose Sharks, Calgary, Sap, Mike Chambers, Denver Post, Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon, Tyson Barrie, Gabe Landeskog, Belolw


Broncos star Miller won’t be charged for Florida shark catch

DENVER (AP) — Authorities have declined to charge Denver Broncos star Von Miller for catching a hammerhead shark off the coast of Florida last year. The Denver Post reported Tuesday that a recently published list of enforcement actions by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows the owner and operator of the fishing boat Spellbound […]
Tags: Florida, News, Sports, Denver Broncos, Miller, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, Broncos, Denver Post, Von Miller, DENVER AP


Undersheriff: Teen likely killed herself before manhunt

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado undersheriff who led the search for a Florida teenager whose actions prompted tightened security at Columbine High School says she likely killed herself before police launched a massive manhunt. Clear Creek County Undersheriff Bruce Snelling tells The Denver Post that 18-year-old Sol Pais likely killed herself Monday evening. Her body […]
Tags: Florida, News, Colorado, Ap, Nation, Denver, Denver Post, Columbine High School, Clear Creek County, Sol Pais, Bruce Snelling


Hanging Lake permits are going fast

Hanging Lake in Glenwood Canyon is one of Colorado’s most popular hiking destinations and it’s easy to know why — the lake’s waters are an incredible shade of turquoise and the waterfalls are hypnotic. But the beautiful natural scene that is now a National Natural Landmark has become way too appealing in the past few years, to the point where tourism was deteriorating the site’s ecological health. Visit Glenwood explained, “Over the years the popularity of the area has increased leading to v...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, All, Denver Post, Glenwood, Glenwood Canyon, Hanging Lake, Hiking Permits, Glenwood Canyon Personal


Denver Schools Shut Down Amid Search For Armed Woman Obsessed With Columbine

LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — Denver-area public schools will be closed Wednesday as authorities search for a young Florida woman who flew to the city and bought a gun after becoming “infatuated” with the mass shooting at Columbine High School. The FBI said Sol Pais, 18, is “considered to be extremely dangerous” and “made threats to commit an act of violence in the Denver metropolitan area” just days before the 20th anniversary of the attack that killed 13 people. All schools in the Denver area were u...
Tags: Florida, News, Guns, School Shooting, Colorado, Fbi, Miami, Associated Press, Denver, Gun Violence, Columbine, Jefferson County, Miami Herald, Denver Post, Authorities, Jefferson County Sheriff s Office


Denver schools closed as police hunt 'armed and dangerous' girl obsessed with Columbine massacre

Denver-area public schools were closed on Wednesday as authorities searched for a young Florida woman who flew to the city and bought a gun after becoming "infatuated" with the mass shooting at Columbine High School. The FBI said Sol Pais, 18, was "considered to be extremely dangerous" and "made threats to commit an act of violence in the Denver metropolitan area" just days before the 20th anniversary of the attack that killed 13 people. All schools in the Denver area were urged to tighten secur...
Tags: Florida, News, Colorado, Fbi, Miami, Denver, Columbine, Jefferson County, Miami Herald, Denver Post, Authorities, David Zalubowski, Jefferson County Sheriff s Office, WTVJ, Columbine High School, Denver Public Schools


A Memorable First Game For Cale Makar

from Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, The script felt like total fiction, a dream made up for a college sophomore and a No. 8-seeded playoff team who played in different countries 24 hours earlier. Defenseman Cale Makar skated in the NCAA championship game in Buffalo on Saturday while the underdog Avalanche was preparing for Game 2 of its first-round series at Calgary. So what unfolded in Game 3 at the Pepsi Center had to have seemed surreal to the Avalanche and its sellout crowd...
Tags: Sport, Avalanche, Ncaa, Buffalo, NHL, Calgary, Avs, Pepsi Center, Mike Chambers, Denver Post, Makar, Cale Makar


Colorado Avalanche Can’t Score Against The Calgary Flames

from Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, Game 1 was won by Mike Smith, the Calgary Flames’ 37-year-old goalie. His teammates obviously played a role in defeating the Avalanche 4-0 late Thursday at the Scotiabank Saddledome, but Smith and the penalty killers in front of him were the clear-cut difference before Calgary scored two late goals in the final minutes of the third period. Smith outplayed Avs goalie Philipp Grubauer, who took a nine-game points streak (7-0-2) into the postsea...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Avalanche, Smith, Calgary Flames, Calgary, Mike Smith, Avs, Mike Chambers, Philipp Grubauer, Denver Post, Scotiabank Saddledome, Grubauer


Colorado woman awarded $3.6M in excessive force lawsuit

DENVER (AP) — A jury has awarded $3.6 million to a Colorado woman who claimed that deputies used excessive force when they arrested her and later shocked her with a stun gun while she was restrained. The Denver Post reports the jury awarded the money to Carolyn O’Neal on Wednesday, finding that Fremont County sheriff’s […]
Tags: News, Colorado, Ap, Nation, Denver, Denver Post, Fremont County, Carolyn O Neal


The Colorado Avalanche Are Loaded For The 2019 NHL Draft

from Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, Tuesday’s NHL draft lottery in Toronto is bound to irritate Avalanche fans throughout North America if they don’t take the right approach. Which is, hope for the best (No. 1 pick) but prepare for the worst (No. 4). The worst isn’t that bad. No other team in the 31-team in the league is guaranteed to go into the June draft with a top-four pick. It’s just how it works. The Avs, who own the best chance at the No. 1 pick because they own Ottawa’s...
Tags: Colorado, Toronto, Sport, NHL, North America, Ottawa, Avs, Matt Duchene, Mike Chambers, Denver Post, Avalanche GM Joe Sakic


TSA Agent Arrested at Denver Airport on Child Sexual Assault Charges

The Denver Post reports Matthew Paul Barnett was arrested on 12 felony counts
Tags: Crime, News, Colorado, Uncategorized, Tsa, Denver, Denver Post, Denver Airport, Onetime, Matthew Paul Barnett


TSA agent arrested at Denver airport on child sex charges

DENVER (AP) — A Transportation Security Administration agent has been arrested at Denver International Airport on charges of sexual assault on a child. The Denver Post reports 33-year-old Matthew Paul Barnett was arrested Friday on 12 felony counts. No listed phone number could be found for Barnett. Online jail records didn’t indicate whether he has […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Tsa, Denver, Transportation Security Administration, Denver Post, Denver International Airport, Matthew Paul Barnett, Barnett Online


Student was bullied before taking his own life, mother says

DENVER (AP) — The mother of a suburban Denver high school student says he was bullied before he took his own life. The Denver Post reported Wednesday that Greenwood Village police are investigating the February death of 15-year-old Jack Padilla, a freshman at Cherry Creek High School. The student’s mother, Jeanine Padilla, says the family […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Denver, Denver Post, Greenwood Village, Jack Padilla, Cherry Creek High School, Jeanine Padilla


Nuggets fan reportedly calls referee 'racist' following Nikola Jokic ejection

Following Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic's ejection and his team's subsequent loss to the Washington Wizards on Sunday, a fan at the Pepsi Center “berated” referee James Capers, who is black, and called him “racist,” per the Denver Post. The incident reportedly occurred as the officiating crew departed the court after the buzzer sounded on Washington's 95-90 victory. According to the Denver Post's Mike Singer, the fan was “admonished” and “escorted from his seat” by arena s...
Tags: News, Washington, Denver Nuggets, Washington Wizards, Mike, Pepsi Center, Denver Post, Nikola Jokic, James Capers


There's been a spike in ER visits in Colorado following marijuana legalization, and edibles are doctors' biggest concern

A new study documents a sharp rise in emergency room visits linked with marijuana following legalization in Colorado. One of the key drivers of the ER trips appears to be edibles like weed brownies and cookies. Despite their meager sales, edibles represented a far higher proportion of weed-related ER visits compared against those for smoked marijuana.  Looking for a uniquely risky way to consume marijuana? Try an edible. That's the take-home message of a new study of weed-related emergency ro...
Tags: Colorado, Trends, Denver, Aurora, Denver Post, Monte, Anschutz, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, University of Colorado Health, Andrew Monte


Denver Post Yanks Gardner Endorsement After His National Emergency Capitulation

The editorial board for the Denver Post rescinded its 2014 endorsement of Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) Thursday after the senator sided with President Donald Trump on the national emergency declaration. “Gardner has been too busy walking a political tightrope to be a leader,” the board writes. “He has become precisely what we said in our endorsement he would not be: ‘a political time-server interested only in professional security.’” “These are extraordinary times,” it continues. “This is a bogus...
Tags: News, Congress, Colorado, Mark Udall, Donald Trump, Trump, Denver Post, Gardner, Cory Gardner, Barack Obama Trump, Robert Mueller, Trumper, Sen Cory Gardner R CO, Kate Riga, Border Wall Declaration, Denver Post Yanks