After I came out to most of my friends and family I had one person who just couldn’t seem to accept it. It went from laughter, to disbelief, to ridicule, to downright evil. She had always suspected I guess and did more judging and trash talking over the years about [Read More]
A few weeks ago a “friend” on Facebook made a post asking how could a man love a man.
I have been seeing a lot of people asking how it was possible for the shooter in Orlando to get in the club. From what I’ve read he basically shot his way in, but it has shown me that those not in the LGBTQ community and those who have never [Read More]
Earlier today, a friend remarked: "I don't understand. The way you are reacting, it's almost like you knew someone in… Posted by Alex Darke on Monday, June 13, 2016 This is so spot on…it’s my thoughts put in to words. I remember my first PDA moment with Lah, it’s etched in [Read More]
Forty-nine people who were out celebrating and having a good time in Orlando were murdered…because of the way the chose to love or whom they chose to support in their love.
It is a different year and a different Kennedy football team, but the results are still the same.
Last season, Kennedy went 10-0 behind standout halfback Shayne Blakey. This season, senior fullback Derrick Dixon has picked up where Blakey left off.
Ninth-ranked Lutheran went on a 16-2 run in the opening 3 minutes and coasted to a 78-59 upset of top-ranked Buena Vista in a battle of Class 3A powers Saturday night at Lutheran High School.
The Lights came out with an aggressive defense that stymied Buena Vista’s passing game and shut down the lane, causing numerous Demons turnovers.
PARKER – Littleton battled back from a nine-point halftime deficit to overcome Ponderosa 49-45 in overtime Friday night at Ponderosa High School.
Littleton, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, overcame a crucial mistake in the final seconds of regulation and outscored the Mustangs, ranked ninth in Class 5A, 6-2 in overtime to take the victory.
LAKEWOOD – Bear Creek played catch-up in the first half, but a 19-point third period gave the Bears their first lead of the game and a 55-49 girls basketball victory over Standley Lake on Friday night at Bear Creek High School.
Sixth-ranked Arvada West took quick control of its Class 5A first round playoff game against Manual Saturday afternoon, scoring 22 points in the first quarter and coasting to a 43-7 victory at All City Stadium.