The Denver Post’s Kristen Browning-Blas sits down with author George R.R. Martin and discusses all things “Game of Thrones.”
Suffering from Downton Abbey withdrawal?
PBS has announced a followup slated for six Sundays in fall they hope will help tide you over. “Call the Midwife,” about midwifery in 1950s London, was a huge success when it aired on the BBC last year.
Dick Clark, the television host who helped bring rock ‘n’ roll into the mainstream on “American Bandstand,” has died. He was 82.
Spokesman Paul Shefrin says Clark died but did not provide further details. Clark had continued performing even after he suffered a stroke in 2004 that affected his ability to speak and walk.
Reports say Monkees singer Davy Jones has died
The Houston Press reports the singer died of a heart attack in Florida at the age of 66.
The Monkees were just in Denver last July or their 45th anniversary tour and HeyReverb.com has photos from the show.
(Source: The Denver Post)
The Denver Post’s Joanne Ostrow is upset that NBC’s “Community” was once again snubbed in the best comedy categories for the Emmy awards. What do you think?
Video of the memorable moment from NBC.com.
Warning: These commercials may be difficult to watch
New anti-meth ads from Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronofsky are hitting home in a Colorado campaign to keep kids off methamphetamines. The Post’s Sara Burnett reports:
According to a survey released today, Colorado teens are less likely to try or use meth and more aware of its risks than they were when the Colorado Meth Project launched in 2009.
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Eighty-eight percent also said the ads also made them less likely to try or use meth.
Reblog or answer with your reactions. What do you think of the ads?