Robin Williams, aka “Mork,” made Broncos history as first male cheerleader
That was Robin Williams, on Nov. 11, 1979, as “Mork,” an alien who lived in Boulder on the television show “Mork & Mindy.”
Robin Williams as Mork made Denver Broncos history as the first male cheerleader. Coloradans share their lose of the world-class comedian and actor.
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Today marked Bike to Work Day, in Denver, June 25, 2014. More than 30,000 cyclists were expected to participate in this year’s Bike to Work Day, the largest number since the event started in 1995. (Photos by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post)
Arapahoe Basin closes for the 2013/14 ski season Sunday, June 22, 2014, the first day of summer, in Keystone, Colorado. (Photos By Andy Cross / The Denver Post)
Gunman fires on vehicle carrying hip hop’s Schoolboy Q after Red Rocks show; 3 injured
A man armed with a rifle fired multiple shots into an SUV carrying hip hop artist Schoolboy Q and three others after a performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre Thursday night. Three of the men were wounded, and the gunman is being sought.
CUTE ALERT: A gaggle of golden goslings gallivanting in the grass! (More photos by RJ Sangosti)
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Curt Bean, an Army veteran and art student at CU-Denver, top, is being honored in May with a 2014 Governor’s Creative Leadership Award for his efforts to support veterans with PTSD through the visual arts. Bean founded the Art of War Project and hosts monthly art classes for veterans at Hope Tank on South Broadway. Photos by Hyoung Chang/ The Denver Post.
May 9-10 is this year’s Denver Botanic Gardens annual Spring Plant Sale offering perennials, annuals, water-smart plants, roses, vegetables and more, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The gardens’ horticultural team will be available to answer questions and offer advice. Admission is free; proceeds benefit education programs. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own boxes, carts and wagons. (Photos by RJ Sangosti/ The Denver Post)