Louis Vuitton reportedly hired a shaman to stop rain before fashion show

June 5, 2018

Luxury brand Louis Vuitton hired a shaman to prevent rain from marring the brand’s recent over-the-top show in the south of France. Sources tell Page Six that while the guru had also been hired to tame the weather at previous shows around the world, skeptical execs at parent company LVMH had recently axed the jet-setting holy man from the budget. #LVCruise 2019 by @NicolasGhesquiere A look from the #LouisVuitton Cruise…


Former SMU WR Courtland Sutton will become Denver’s No. 1 receiving option sooner rather than later

Adam Grosbard, SMU beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered your questions about the Mustangs and the American Athletic Conference in a live chat recently. Here are some highlights: Do you think that Evan Brown and Mason Gentry have a realistic chance of making the 53-man roster for their respective teams? Grosbard: I think Brown might. There’s been talk out of New York that he has a…

May 24, 2018

Men’s Lacrosse Preview: Irish Host Denver in First Round of NCAA Tournament

The #7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish are currently on a hot streak, winning four of their last five games dating back to April 11th. The streak includes the Irish’s run in the ACC Tournament, where they defeated #1 Duke 14-11 and host Virginia 17-7 to win the program’s second ACC Conference championship, and a 17-5 thumping of Army to close out the regular season. However, Notre Dame will face potentially…

May 12, 2018

Patience pays off for Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli as Denver Broncos select him in NFL draft

Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli (81), a Waubonsie Valley graduate, was taken in the fifth round of the NFL draft by the Denver Broncos. (Bradley Leeb / AP) Mature beyond his years. That describes Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli and it’s what the Denver Broncos were looking for in this year’s NFL draft. They found it Saturday when they selected Fumagalli, a Waubonsie Valley graduate, in the fifth round with…

April 30, 2018

‘I started pounding on the windows’ — Uber passenger describes attempted Denver kidnapping

Uber is rolling out new safety features to deal with rider safety. The ride-sharing company said it is adding a direct way to call 911 from the app. Buzz60 SAN FRANCISCO — Denver law professor Nancy Leong hailed an Uber to get to the airport Tuesday morning. She says she wound up on a ride to hell, "pounding on the windows." Leong blasted out a series of tweets — which…

April 18, 2018

Marquette King signs with Raiders’ rival Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Marquette King has found a team will allow him to keep it real, seek his revenge and maybe pursue records. “Denver is a punter’s paradise,” King said after signing a three-year, $7 million deal with the Broncos on Thursday, less than a week after his surprising release from the Oakland Raiders. King said he doubts his oft-flagged on-field antics is what led new Raiders coach Jon Gruden…

April 6, 2018

Chicago Flower & Garden Show’s Evening in Bloom blends florals and fashion for a cause

Spring came early to Navy Pier, thanks to Evening in Bloom, the opening-night benefit party for the seventh annual Chicago Flower & Garden Show The March 13 event featured a high-energy floral fashion show, Hort Couture, that spotlighted the talents of 11 of Chicago’s leading floral designers, fashion designers and landscape artists whose garments and accessories were made of flowers, plants and natural materials. Produced by Flower Show Productions, the…

March 25, 2018

Denver Broncos place second-round tender on Shaquil Barrett

The Denver Broncos placed a second-round tender on edge rusher Shaquil Barrett on Monday, preceded by the same tender on center Matt Paradis. Barrett will be paid $2.914 million for 2018. Barrett is likely to receive some interest at this tender and the Broncos may be wise to accept the second round pick as compensation over matching the offer. Especially if they believe in Shane Ray as much as they…

March 13, 2018

The Denver Nuggets blew it

It was all there for the Denver Nuggets. They’d welcomed back injured star forward Paul Millsap after more than three months on the shelf with a torn ligament in his wrist, watched as Millsap and Mason Plumlee turned in dynamic performances off the bench, and ridden the attacking of wings Will Barton, Gary Harris and Wilson Chandler to a commanding 19-point lead over the visiting Los Angeles Clippers with just…

March 1, 2018

Duke vs. Denver college lacrosse: Blue Devils score seven unanswered goals to close out top 3 win

Watch NowCollege Lacrosse | Top Five Plays Contact | Archive | RSS Friday night’s matchup between No. 1 Duke and No. 3 Denver was a good early-season test for both powerhouse programs, and if we’re lucky, we’ll get a rematch later this season in the NCAA tournament with more at stake. Trailing 12-8 after three quarters, the Blue Devils caught fire in the final frame with seven unanswered goals to…

February 17, 2018