Snowstorm blankets Denver area just days after balmy weather
DENVER, Oct 26 (Reuters) – A heavy, wet snowstorm descended on the Denver area early on Wednesday morning, causing widespread power outages and numerous car crashes and minor injuries in the Centennial State, officials said.
Just two days after record high temperatures, six inches of snow fell in the Denver area forcing the closure of roads in the mountains and eastern planes.
It’s time for more of our etiquette tips aimed at people who were raised by warthogs in the wild.
Our latest advice is on diet etiquette for the holidays. You know, getting through parties and dinners while keeping both your diet and your friendships intact.
Blog Guy, I could use some of your famous career advice.
It’s real interesting, but I wondered what you thought of that career path?
Aerosmith’s Tyler falls, Paraguay concert delayed
I read your post about Steven Tyler and his fall. Was it really necessary to say the “poor” South American nation?
Hey Blog Guy, a couple of days ago you illustrated your piece on high-cholesterol foods with a lot of photos of President Barack Obama with junk food, and you said, “If I want to know what foods I should avoid…I’ll just follow the presidential motorcade.” You were just joking, right?
Maybe, maybe not. That item ran on Monday, so let’s see where the Obama motorcade would have taken us on that very day.
Here’s something you don’t find every day. My Washington Post tells me a guy drove his car off a road and into a canal here in the nation’s capital. The man, who was charged with driving under the influence, told police he had seen a bear.
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