How to Be an Anti-Racist in Denver

Recent acts of violence in the United States — both those who are being researched and those we may never understand nationally — have enraged people around the country. The result includes lots of us wondering how to proceed and protect against catastrophic events such as the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud
-> Continue reading How to Be an Anti-Racist in Denver

Colorado Online Sports Betting Guide 2020

Sports betting was legalized in Colorado in May 2020. The Centennial State became the 19th state in the US to regulate sports betting on mobile and via online sites. Colorado Online Betting in Brief: Sports betting legal (Y/N): Y Number of licensed sportsbooks: 17 Legal age of gambling: 21 State Tax: 10% Legalized gambling on
-> Continue reading Colorado Online Sports Betting Guide 2020

AEG Presents Reportedly Cancels/Postpones Many Colorado Concerts Through July

A number of concerts originally supposed to be held in these Colorado places as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Mission Ballroom and 1st Bank Center through July have been canceled or postponed as a result of coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic pandemic as per Denver’s CBS 4. CBS 4 cites a statement from concert promotion company AEG Presents,
-> Continue reading AEG Presents Reportedly Cancels/Postpones Many Colorado Concerts Through July

Pepsi Center modifying screening process after Muslim woman told to remove hijab

DENVER — The proprietors of Pepsi Center say safety screening processes will be reviewed and staff will be educated after an American Muslim woman was told to remove her hijab or be refused entrance. On Nov. 5, Gazella Bensreiti moved to the Pepsi Center to watch one of the three brothers play the National Anthem.
-> Continue reading Pepsi Center modifying screening process after Muslim woman told to remove hijab

Pepsi Center modifying screening process after Muslim woman told to remove hjiab

DENVER — The proprietors of Pepsi Center say safety screening processes will be evaluated and staff will be educated after a Muslim woman was told to remove her hijab or be refused entrance to the stadium. On Nov. 5, Gazella Bensreiti moved to the Pepsi Center to watch one of her three brothers perform the
-> Continue reading Pepsi Center modifying screening process after Muslim woman told to remove hjiab

Colorado Avalanche to open season against Calgary

DENVER– The Colorado Avalanche released the 2019-2020  regular season schedule on Tuesday. The Avalanche will open play on Thursday, October 3, against the Calgary Flames at the Pepsi Center. Colorado beat Calgary in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in January, taking the series 4-1. It will be the first time since moving
-> Continue reading Colorado Avalanche to open season against Calgary

Avs win in OT, force Game 7 with Sharks

DENVER — Captain Gabriel Landeskog scored 2:32 into overtime after Colorado squandered a late lead in law and the Avalanche beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 on Monday night to force a decisive Game 7 in their Western Conference semifinal series. Landeskog dumped the puck into the zone, turned into a big hit along the
-> Continue reading Avs win in OT, force Game 7 with Sharks

Avalanche favored over Sharks on Game 4 odds at home

The Colorado Avalanche are in need of a win when they host the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night as gambling favorites on the NHL odds. The Colorado Avalanche are 1-6 on the moneyline in their last seven matches against the San Jose Sharks. The Avalanche will try to solve the Sharks on Thursday night
-> Continue reading Avalanche favored over Sharks on Game 4 odds at home

4 playoff games in 4 nights: How Pepsi Center crews pull off switch from ice to hardwood

DENVER — One can call it the perfect storm: For the first time the Nuggets and Avalanche are both playing in the round of their respective playoffs. Both play under the same roof, which is producing an unbelievable flurry of activity inside the Pepsi Center. “You don’t really have a sleep pattern,” joked Matt Mennona.
-> Continue reading 4 playoff games in 4 nights: How Pepsi Center crews pull off switch from ice to hardwood

Avalanche end six-game home slide with 3-0 win over Golden Knights

DENVER — When the moment arrived, Andrew Agozzino was prepared — big right fist pump, coupled using a slide on his knee and also a bit yell. This target celebration proved to be a time in the making. Agozzino scored his first NHL goal and added an assist, Semyon Varlamov stopped 40 shots for his
-> Continue reading Avalanche end six-game home slide with 3-0 win over Golden Knights