With a record of 3-7 entering the final home game of the season, expectations were pretty low for Norm Chow and the Warriors. Despite having finally won a road game with a 13-0 win over the San Jose Spartans, and despite being favored over the Rebels, the Warriors have faced a somewhat tough season. Norm Chow, wrapping up his third year as head coach, faces pressure to perform and overwhelming criticism from fans who are almost lynch-mobby to the point where one day, and perhaps soon, they might just pick up pitch forks, torches and storm the keep to run him out of town. Continue reading ›

The midterm elections have come and gone. The political landscape has re-shifted basically back to what it was two years ago. Republicans retook the majority in the Senate. Not in the usual way you;d expect, as Slate’s William Saletan puts it. (He’s quoted at the end of the linked News.Mic article.) That being said, as with years past, Hawaii, the 50th State in the Union, voted in the similar way it typicall does. Blue.
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The title of this post just about sums it up pretty well. GeekFest, #GFPhilly, went down in the city of brotherly love this year after a rocking year in Minneapolis. Truth be told, I had NEVER been to one before. I had seen photos shared on facebook, and M and Eve talked about it a couple of times, luckily this year I was fortunate enough to go.

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People who know me will tell you, I’m kind of a gear head. I’m crazy about new technology. While the Sony a7 series cameras aren’t technically NEW technology (full frame digital camera) I will say that it definitely fits into the category of affordable full frame digital body. When I finally got back to Hawaii after my extended #travelingkent hiatus on the mainland I returned to Hawaii determined to try one of these cameras out. Thankfully Josh at Hawaii Camera has a couple for rent, and I took the Sony a7R out for a week. Continue reading ›

Heading into August there was quite a buzz around the newsroom. We were moving floors, Leyba had made 30 years with the Post, and Broncos would soon be back in season. I had a blast with my fellow interns this summer, and the staff here were nothing but short of amazing. I’m really going to miss Denver after I go home… Continue reading ›

It was somewhat fitting that one of my final assignments of my internship at The Denver Post would be the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, Colorado. It was one of my first assignments at The Gazette in Colorado Springs, nearly a year earlier. Ken Lyons my editor at The Post, sent me to the Fair looking for an A1 centerpiece photo. No Pressure, he said. Knowing that I had to come back with something well before the deadline and it had to be good, I was slightly stressed since weather was a bit funky, and It was the opening day of the fair, and nothing would really get into gear by the time i needed a photo. Here’s what I came away with Continue reading ›

Yesterday, the National Sports Center for the Disabled’s Denver Bronco’s Ability Clinic at Sports Authority Field at Mile High saw more than 200 children and adults with disabilities. The participants had opportunities to learn skill development and interact with players from The Broncos. Continue reading ›

Thirty-Three isn’t what some would consider young…in the world of professional football. But for Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker, age is a motivational tool. Leading up the the Denver Bronco’s training camp, reporter Troy Renck and I went down to Half Hour Power to spend some time with Welker to interview and photograph him going through his workout. Continue reading ›

COMMERCE CITY — A few weeks ago, I regaled my reader(s) with a story of a young eaglet, poised to take flight on the 4th of July, the birthday of America. BUT, it was a no go. Bernice, as fellow Denver Post intern Rex Santus, has so affectionately named her, just wasn’t up to the task of fledging. She however, thought it’d be appropriate to do it today, without me there to capture her glorious moment. Now she’s gotten camera shy and has taken to hiding. Such is my luck. More photos after the jump. Continue reading ›

Family and friends of the 12 people who lost their lives in the Aurora Theater shooting of 2012, and members of The Potter’s House ministries held a dedication ceremony on Sunday with newly planted trees at Hope Park in Aurora, Colorado on, July 20, 2014. Each tree planted bore a yellow ribbon with the name of a person who lost their life in the tragedy. Continue reading ›