Counter Clockwise

Telaina Eriksen recalls the surreal, backwards feeling that many of us felt on 9/11.

#83: Officer Sings to Toddler after Family’s Fatal Crash

A Colorado police officer comforted a toddler by singing after her family’s fatal car crash.

Exploring Couple’s Touch (Just in Time for Valentine’s Day)

Treat your honey to the ecstasy of massage from the comfort of your own home. Elise Fabricant, our favorite massage therapist, guides us in couple’s touch.

The Fattest Versus the Thinnest

Does fitness depend on your state? Josh Magill discusses.

1996: Guyhood … the Early Years (Part 1)

While you chewed your Betty Rubble vitamin, what else happened in 1996?

ACLU Finds Colorado Cities Routinely Jail Individuals Because They Can’t Pay Fines

The U.S. Supreme Court has held that jailing someone because they cannot afford to pay a fine is unconstitutional.

Tears of Our Fathers

This past October the 18th Annual At-Home Dads Convention was held. It was a success. Here is Dad on the Run’s take on the experience.

Cooking for Dad

Colin Berry watches his father age, and steps in to help feed him.

Father Dies Protecting Daughter From Rock Slide

According to authorities, 13-year-old Gracie Johnson was the sole survivor of a deadly rock slide that killed five of her family members on Monday—including her parents, sister and two cousins.

Real Estate Developer Starts Softball Team for the Homeless

Joe Carabello, a successful real estate developer in Denver, Colorado, came up with an idea one late-summer day in 2010: a weekly softball game for the homeless.   Joe Carabello started noticing the large number of homeless people in his old neighborhood in Denver, while riding his bike in 2010. He especially noticed the significant […]

Truth, Withholds, and Saving Old Ladies from Evil Furniture

Stuart Motola is helping men in their quest for truth.

8 Confirmed Dead, Over 12,000 More Displaced — But is Colorado’s Tragic Flooding Getting the Press it Deserves?

After initial media coverage of the flooding, Colorado’s disaster has virtually disappeared from the headlines. But why?

After the Colorado Recalls, is Gun Control Dead?

The recall of two state legislators in Colorado did not end gun control, but it should be a wake up call for its advocates.

Colorado Proves Housing The Homeless Is Cheaper Than Leaving Them On The Streets

In Colorado, a former prison that was recently converted to a homeless shelter is not only doing right by those on the streets, it’s doing right by taxpayers as well.

10-Year-Old Boy Steers Speeding Car to Safety

10-year-old Gryffin Sanders, who reportedly loves to play Mario Kart and drive go-karts, became a hero when he grabbed the wheel of his great-grandmothers car and steered it to safety after she passed out at the wheel.