What You Missed Around Denver While You Were Away Welcome back to the Mile High City! Here’s a quick recap of what you might have missed while jet-setting… Denver, Colorado March 4 – March 10, 2016 [/su_spoiler]
Daylight Savings starts Sunday
There once was a time that if you forgot to mark your calendar and switch the clocks you would be screwed. These days our phones are nice enough to update for us without the added reminder. Whether you turn it back yourself or wait for the satellites, we are still losing an hour this weekend, but at least we get more daylight after work!
Endangered Gorilla born at Denver Zoo
Click here to see the latest addition to the Denver Zoo named Whimsie Adepa which translates to “good thing” in the Akan language of Ghana.
Brock Osweiler leaves the Denver Broncos
Well, at the end of the day, the Denver Broncos did not present the best offer and Brock Osweiler has officially decided to play for the Houston Texans next football season. Brock is going to be living the good life down in Texas, earning $72 Million over 4 years. Read the full story from 9News here.
Peyton Manning Retires from the NFL
What better way to go out than on top of your career with a Super Bowl win. After 18 seasons as player number 18, our Denver Broncos quarterback has officially retired from the NFL. We are so happy to have watched Manning’s last years wearing Broncos colors. In case you missed his retirement speech, here are the best moments.
Gate B18 at DIA named after Manning
Travelers through Denver International Airport’s concourse B, also known as the United Airline’s terminal, are greeted with a new destination at Gate B18. In honor of Peyton Manning’s retirement, the airport changed the sign to read “P. Manning”. See for yourself here.