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Sports Paxton Lynch arrives in Denver: "It felt like I belonged here"

"Whenever you're looking at that TV and they say, 'The Denver Broncos have selected Paxton Lynch,' you know it's official," Lynch said. When 16-year-old Daniel Hailpern announced the Broncos' selection from Chicago, reality set in. the proof of Lynch's abilities at Memphis and the promise of his talent as an NFL quarterback."When I watch him on film, the thing that's really exciting is that this guy extends plays," Kubiak said Thursday night.
The Denver Post
15 Points
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"Underground" comic Matt Monroe moves Denver's comedy scene forward

303-293-0075 or lannies.com.UNDERGROUND COMEDY SHOWCASE WITH EDDIE PEPITONEFirst-time Denver visit from Los Angeles headliner, hosted by Matt Monroe and Stephen Agyei. He splits his time between Denver and Portland, Ore., where he recently "half-moved" to be with his girlfriend, a graphic designer.Unlike many Denver stand-ups who left for Los Angeles, comedy is what's keeping Monroe tethered to the Mile High City. whose sitcom, "Those Who Can't," just finished its first season on truTV.
The Denver Post
10 Points

A look back at Prince's inimitable funk that glimmered in Denver

It was perhaps Prince's outrageous authenticity that kept him so chic and of the moment.Prince was never trying to be cool, he simply was.The '80s were Prince's most commercially viable years, jam-packed with hit records and the kind of momentum that kept him top of mind for fans throughout the world. It almost felt like seeing Elvis Presley at his peak in a Las Vegas showroom.But even now, knowing that Prince has joined Elvis and M.J.
The Denver Post
5 Points