Regional News Headlines
Russia issues arrest warrant for Lindsey Graham over Ukraine comments - Mon, 29 May 2023
Russia’s Interior Ministry has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham following his comments related to the fighting in Ukraine. Graham met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Friday. Zelenskyy's office later released an edited video of the encounter in which Graham notes that “the Russians are dying" and describes the U.S. military assistance to the country as “the best money we’ve ever spent.” Graham appeared to have made the remarks in different parts of the conversation. But the short video by Ukraine’s presidential office put them next to each other. It caused outrage in Russia. The Russian Interior Ministry issued the arrest warrant on Monday.
Russia strikes Kyiv in daylight after hitting Ukraine’s capital with series of nighttime barrages - Mon, 29 May 2023
Explosions have rattled Kyiv during daylight as Russian ballistic missiles fell on the Ukrainian capital. The barrage came hours after a more common nighttime attack of the city by drones and cruise missiles. Debris from missiles intercepted by Ukrainian air defenses Monday fell in Kyiv’s central and northern districts during the morning. officials said the missile fragments landed in the middle of traffic on a city road and also started a fire on a building’s roof. At least one civilian was reported hurt. Air defenses brought down more than 40 targets during the previous night as Russian forces bombarded Kyiv with a combination of drones and cruise missiles. It was their 15th nighttime attack on the capital so far this month.
Davenport officials: No deaths confirmed, no known people trapped in Iowa building collapse - Mon, 29 May 2023
Authorities say there are no known fatalities after an apartment building partially collapsed in the eastern Iowa city of Davenport. Fire Chief Michael Carlsten said workers searched for survivors throughout the night and rescued one person from the six-story building. But he says “no known individuals” were believed to still be trapped as of Monday morning. Fire crews initially rescued seven people and escorted more than a dozen others from the building when they first responded on Sunday. The cause of the collapse was still unclear.
That ’70s Dome: Vail throwback house listed for $4M - Sun, 28 May 2023
The dome, built when Vail architecture was more whimsical, resembles a paper-mâché project. Domes were built across the country in the mid-to late 1970s in an effort to create more energy-efficient homes.
Vacation inflation: Going out of town will cost you this summer - Sun, 28 May 2023
Airline fares? 16% pricier this year. Outdoor supplies? 11%. Dining out: Up 8%.
Denver interior designer publishes book showcasing vibrant designs - Sat, 27 May 2023
Andrea Schumacher wants to add more color to the world. The Denver-based interior designer — who has a showroom in Lincoln Park and another in Santa Barbara, California — recently published “Vibrant Interiors: Living Large at Home,” a coffee table book showcasing the best of Andrea Schumacher Interiors. “I’ve always wanted to memorialize my work, […]
Your summer guide to the fine arts in Colorado - Mon, 29 May 2023
Colorado’s fine-arts calendar is rich in the coming months with an abundance of high-level live performances and gallery exhibitions.
Here’s what to know about mushrooms popping up all over the city - Fri, 26 May 2023
With heavy rains, mushrooms have been popping up in mulch, garden beds and lawns all around Colorado. But they don't stick around too long. It's like the obscure '90s Dada song, "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow."
Puttshack mini-golf opens with cool vibes, nostalgia and hole-in-one empanadas - Fri, 26 May 2023
Remember going to the ocean for summer vacation and after you got burned sufficiently at the beach you'd go play mini golf at that crappy little beat-up course with fake pirates shouting "AVAST, me hearties" through tinny speakers and little waterfalls that would sweep your ball away?