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04 Mar 19
Fifty States One Day

This was something of a radical departure for the Fifty States project – ticking off a new State in December, with a flying five day visit to a single city. Our New Year trip to Denver was only ever designed as a taster of Colorado (we’ll be going back there in 2020), and what a […]

28 Feb 19
The Denver Post
Side Stories in RiNo Friday-March 8. After last year’s attention-getting debut, the Side Stories outdoor-film project is returning to the River North Art District with buzzwords like “immersive” and “walkable” fully intact. The event will screen large-format films on eight exterior walls in the Brighton Boulevard area, from Great Divide Brewing Co.’s white tower to the walls of Denver Diesel and Radiator, Friday through March 8. Each artist received a $5,000 grant to create the site-specific, 5-minute loops that range from animated to live-action, and which will be digitally paired with an interactive map, audio tour and deals from local businesses (including food and drink) via The best part? It’s a free, all-ages, public bit of art that asks nothing except your attention — and possibly warm clothing, depending on the skies. Play inside the Musical Zoo Sunday. The National Western Stock Show may have moved on, but another petting zoo is ready to welcome Front Range kids for an afternoon of hands-on fun. Fort Collins’ Friends of the Symphony on March 3 will bring back its Musical Zoo from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at Timberline Church (2908 S. Timberline Road) with musical education and entertainment designed for kids ages 3-12. Musical Zoo lets them — and their families — get up-close and personal with a variety of orchestral instruments before enjoying live music from youth groups and the Fort Collins Symphony performing Sergei Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf.” $5 admission for kids and adults. Trotting the globe — and the Front Range Friday-Sunday. This week sees the always-dexterous Harlem Globetrotters dribbling, spinning and dunking their way onto multiple courts in Colorado, but also in Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Much like Cirque du Soleil, Monster Jam or other corporate juggernauts, the basketball-focused Globetrotters maintain multiple, simultaneous touring units in order to evenly spread the love (and revenues) around the country. Following its Feb. 28 stop at Grand Junction’s Colorado Mesa University, the team will stop by Loveland’s Budweiser Events Center (7 p.m. March 1), Denver’s Pepsi Center (1 p.m. March 2), Broomfield’s FirstBank Center (7:30 p.m. March 2) and Colorado Springs’  Broadmoor World Arena (2 p.m. March 3). Tickets: $20-$150. Queen City Country and Western Friday. For all its sturdy Western lore, Denver’s country-music scene still cleaves along familiar lines when it comes to sorting its players, from the roots, alt- and indie-country artists playing clubs and folk venues to crowd-pleasing sets from pop-country acts at the Grizzly Rose and bigger rooms. The former is getting its due this week from Queen City Country and Western, a new co-op label and promotional effort from co-owners and friends of the Hi-Dive and other local music institutions. Hi-Dive offshoot Lost Lake Lounge will host a launch party for the label on March 1, with performances from Extra Gold and the Hang Rounders, with Grayson County Burn Ban. Rockmount Ranch Wear entirely optional. 9 p.m. Tickets: $10-$12.
06 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
IT was free admission, a fox invaded the pitch and the Champions League anthem greeted the teams as they walked out. And while the first game of Stephen Kenny’s Ireland management tenure did not rain goals, it was bucketing down in the second half. Brandon Kavanagh (right) fired the first goal of Kenny’s reign More encouragingly, it also began with a win in the homely surrounds of Whitehall. Shamrock Rovers’ Brandon Kavanagh scored the only goal of an entertaining game that Kenny’s men deservedly won. Ireland’s new Under-21 boss is understandably not reading too much into the clash with the Ireland Amateurs that was really a trial game for home-based players. The real action does not get underway until March 24 when the Ireland Under-21s face Luxembourg in a Uefa qualifier. And, in truth, many football fans will only have a passing interest in how he gets on until he replaces Mick McCarthy in the senior role in August 2020. Stephen Kenny got his first win as Under-21 boss this evening But this was the start of a new era and there were plenty in Whitehall to witness it. An FAI official said there were more applications for press accreditation than any Under-21 game in the last qualifiers — even with free entry, the meeja make sure they are on the list! As well as that, you could not swing a cat on the terrace without hitting a League of Ireland manager. Kenny said when naming his squad that it was a chance to take a closer look at a group of players who he thinks might have what it takes. He also stressed that he had no idea how many, if any at all, would make his full squad for the Luxembourg game. But he declared that he would be putting the same demands on players this week as the stars he will manage with the senior team. And in the Whitehall press box just above the future Ireland manager’s technical area, it was clear that he expected standards to be met. Neil Farrugia of the Under-21s in action against Jordan Buckley He was continually giving directions to players or offering encouragement, while referee Rob Harvey got an earful for booking substitute Michael O’Connor in the second half. Assistant referee Robert Clarke was also questioned for not giving his team a free—kick — all in what was effectively a training game for both teams. But Kenny’s touchline demands just confirmed to those on the pitch that the game was a chance to impress a guy who holds their Under-21 and senior international ambitions in his hands. After the players inexplicably came out to music normally reserved for the superstars of Real Madrid and Barcelona, what was more familiar was the formation of a Kenny team — a 4-1-4-1 with Jamie Lennon holding in midfield and Aaron Bolger often dropping deeper than Kavanagh to help out. Ipswich Town’s Aaron Drinan led the line as the lone striker and had an early chance, shooting wide from Trevor Clarke’s low centre. But it was left winger Neil Farrugia who continually stood out before the break as he kept finding space with clever runs. He slipped in behind early on to fire wide and later cut inside on a mazy dribble, only to be halted by a great challenge from Newmarket Celtic defender Stephen Kelly. Ex-Ireland international Keith Andrews ahead of the game Later, it took a brave block from goalkeeper Brendan O’Connell to deny him when he burst on to a clever Drinan pass. Drinan himself then had a follow-up from Bolger’s cutback deflected wide. But by then the Under-21s were leading thanks to Kavanagh’s finish on 32 minutes. Farrugia was the creator as he found space on the left and put in an inch-perfect centre for Kavanagh to slot home from around eight yards. It was a deserved lead and the Rovers playmaker was a fitting scorer. He had continually looked dangerous, playing teasing passes, and had already tested O’Connell early on with a powerful drive after he slalomed his way into the area. But the Amateurs also put it up to the Under-21s with their pressing game, forcing them to work hard to move the ball up the field. And they came close to an equaliser four minutes before the break when right-back Paul Murphy unleashed a left-foot drive that Conor Kearns had to tip over for a corner. The half-time interval brought the unexpected intervention of a four-legged pitch intruder. With so many players looking to impress and stake their claim for future roles, perhaps the fox had come for his own audition for the Premier League after a weekend when a cat and a pigeon proved difficult to shift during high-profile games across the water. Kenny gives orders from the touchline in Whitehall He soon departed and the players returned, with Bluebell’s Shane Stritch shooting wide. But as the Amateurs’ boss Gerry Davis emptied his bench, Kenny’s side took control. Kenny also made changes and Bohemians midfielder Robbie McCourt impressed when he came on, going close on several occasions. He struck the post with a powerful drive after being put through by Zach Elbouzedi and Kavanagh could not get the ball out of his feet quick enough to tap in the rebound. Elbouzedi also went close, bursting through only to be thwarted by O’Connell. McCourt then saw another long-range effort whistle narrowly wide. But there were no further goals and the silence at full-time after such a competitive game was eerie. Neither a peep out of the crowd nor so much as a clenched fist in celebration from the players or management staff. Kenny demanded a proper game for 90 minutes but the real action begins next month. SUN STAR MAN: Brandon Kavanagh (U-21s) [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ SPORT” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] IRELAND UNDER-21S: Kearns (UCD) 7; Lyons (Bohemians) 7, McCarthy (Cork City) 7, Scales (UCD) 7 (Todd (Finn Harps) 90, 6), Clarke (Shamrock Rovers) 7 (McCourt (Bohemians) 55, 7); Lennon (St Patrick’s Athletic) 7; Elbouzedi (Waterford) 7 (Fitzgerald (Limerick) 87, 6), Bolger (Cardiff City) 7 (Keaney (Sligo Rovers) 78 6), Kavanagh (Shamrock Rovers) 8 (Mandriou (Bohemians) 78, 6), Farrugia (UCD) 7 (O’Sullivan (Limerick) 90, 6); Drinnan (Ipswich Town) 7 (O’Connor (Linfield) 52, 6). IRELAND AMATEURS: O’Connell (Rockmount) 7 (Neville (Pike Rovers 63, 6); Murphy (Sheriff YC) 6 (Guerins (St Michael’s) 60, 6), Delaney (North End United) 7, Kelly (Newmarket Celtic) 7 (Tourish (Letterkenny Rovers) 73, 6), McCarthy (Mayfield) 7; Buckley (Usher Celtic) 6 (Brennan (Carbery) 69, 6), Hyland (Crumlin) 7, Brady (Crumlin) 6 (Walsh (Crumlin) 51, 6), McGann (Pike Rovers) 6 (McGreal (Crumlin) h-t, 6); Hayes (Newmarket Celtic) 6 (Carney (Trim Celtic) 63, 6), Stritch (Bluebell) 6 (Curran (Mervue United) 69, 6). REFEREE: R Harvey (Dublin) 6.
24 Jan 19
The Second Post

Athlone Town (15): Coach: Terry Butler Aaron Brilly – 2019 Lloyd Buckley (Drogheda United) – 2019 Cian Byrne (Longford Town) – 2019 Kealan Dillon (Drogheda United) – 2019 Shane Dunne (OSA Seattle) – 2019 Dean George (Wexford) – 2019 Paddy Kelly – 2019 Darcy Lawless – 2019 Christian Lotefa (Bellurgan United) – 2019 Ronan Manning (Galway […]

04 Jan 19
Snap Button Shirt Guy

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14 Oct 18
Hello, I'm Gone

If I were forced to make a tourism ad for Denver — and I would definitely have to be forced — it would be: Denver. The weather’s fine. I also toyed with “Denver. It’s Nashville without music.” “Denver. It’s Milwaukee, with bad beer.” And “Denver. Hip compared to Dayton.” But I decided to accentuate the […]

14 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Diese Tabellen zeigen die Leistung von Elfjährigen an staatlichen Grundschulen in London, die in diesem Jahr an nationalen Lehrplänen teilgenommen haben. Sie geben die Ergebnisse der Lese-, Schreib- und Mathematikbewertungen an. Die erste Spalte zeigt den Prozentsatz der Kinder an jeder Schule, die den erwarteten Standard der Regierung beim Lesen erreicht haben. Die zweite Spalte […]

06 Dec 18
Snap Button Shirt Guy

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11 Nov 18
Dream Travel 2 America

Billboards and flickering billboards greet you. In the distance you can see the modest skyline of Denver, the capital of Colorado. The city lies on the edge of the famous Rocky Mountains. Liquor shops make way for cozy coffee shops. Via East Colfax Avenue you approach LoDo, the center of Denver. The shiny golden dome […]

08 Nov 18
Sentinel Colorado

Have a merry holiday with Vintage Theatre’s Mary Poppins Mary Poppins is a quaint story of a father projecting his own worries about his finances onto his nightmarishly devious children and leaving them with a woman who performs magic in hopes of finally breaking their spirits. Needless to say, it’s a classic. Vintage Theatre will […]

04 Nov 18
Capital Ring

      lot a steep hills to begin with – be prepared – so when ya get to the top take five and chill out for refreshments before continuing towards the destination of Streatham which is more down hill from this point onwards. we do each stage in two bits because what is the […]

26 Oct 18
Snap Button Shirt Guy

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26 Oct 18
Capital Ring

        ……………………… Transport for London. Capital Ring Section 4 of 15. Crystal Palace to Estreham Road junction with Lewin Road (Streatham). Section distance: 4 miles (6.4 kilometres). Introduction This shorter section is a ‘rollercoaster’ among the ridges and valleys of the former Great North Wood. The surfaces are almost entirely pavements or […]