- Denver is the third most expensive city in the country for Uber passengers, behind only New York City and Nashville. The average cost of a six-mile ride in Denver is about $33.
- How bad have travel delays and cancellations been in Europe this summer? Delta added a flight from Heathrow to Detroit with no passengers just to deliver 1,000 pieces of stranded luggage.
- Colorado has the fourth-most lightning deaths in the nation, and Coors Field and Rocky Mountain National Park have been identified as “hot spots.”
- Average monthly car payments in the U.S. have hit an all-time high, and 13% of them are more than $1,000 per month.
- Meanwhile, car manufacturers are looking at subscription services offered by tech companies like Microsoft and Adobe with quite a bit of jealousy. How do I know? BMW has just put heated seats on a subscription plan that costs $17/month.
- A second round of mediation between Comcast and Altitude Sports failed to end the stalemate that has prevented a vast majority of Coloradans from watching the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche over the past three years. So what have you missed? In those three years, the Nuggets have made the playoffs three times and seen center Nikola Jokić win the NBA MVP award twice. And the Avs, you may have heard, won the Stanley Cup.
- If you are tired of listening to people talk about their Wordle wins, it could get worse. Hasbro is launching Wordle: The Board Game.
- The Timberline Steaks & Grille restaurant at DIA is the highest-grossing restaurant in all of Colorado, but competitors will have a chance to take its crown – if only briefly – while it has its liquor license suspended for 30 days (it served a minor). The restaurant has appealed the decision that could cost it hundreds of thousands of dollars. Records show that 35-40% of the restaurant’s $6.3 million in sales are alcohol.
- ABC News published an obituary for Ivana Trump without removing its “Do Not Pub” warning for editors. It’s common practice for news organizations to pre-draft obituaries of notable people and store them in the system for when they are needed.
So, who won the week?
- Beaver Creek, recognizing the social media power of puppies, has introduced two new “patrol puppies” – Ruby and Telli.
- Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has joined the Walton Family’s successful bid for the Denver Broncos. Rice spent her teen years in Denver, and graduated high school from St. Mary’s Academy.
- Red Rocks and the International Church of Cannabis were featured in the premiere episode of TruTV’s “101 Places to Party Before You Die.”
- The Colorado Avalanche promoted GM Joe Sakic to the role of president of hockey operations.
- Wendy Aiello will be able to see her brother-in-law, E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren, when he joins Bruce Springsteen for a concert next March at Ball Arena.
One thought on “Who Had the Worst Week?”
Oh no you didn’t! 🤣🤣🤣
I’m leaving town. 💃💃💃