Daily Archives: October 25, 2017

Judas Priest announces Colorado concert

You thought Judas Priest wasn’t going to play a show in Colorado next year? Rob Halford of Judas Priest performs with Suzuka Nakamoto of BABYMETAL performs at the 2016 Journeys AP Music Awards at Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center on Monday, July 18, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio. 25 at 10 a.m. It plays the arena on April 11, 2018, around the time its new album is slated to see release. Fans can access the pre-sale by typing in the code — “firepower” — when prompted. 27 at 10 a.m.   A Judas Priest fan club pre-sale starts on Oct. (Photo by Amy Harris, Invision/AP)
What? via budweisereventscenter.com. On Monday, the metal pioneers announced a concert at Loveland’s Budweiser Event Center. You’ve got another thing coming. Related Articles

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Denver Post’s former managing editor Kevin Dale hired as CPR news director

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The Denver Post’s former managing editor Kevin Dale will join Colorado Public Radio as its news director starting Dec. He leads a team of 15 directors and 150 student journalists. 6, the organization announced Tuesday. 2 editor when the paper won three national Edward R. “I’m honored to join the exceptional journalists at CPR and excited for the challenge of growing the newsroom and extending our storytelling into new territories,” Dale said in a statement. Related Articles

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Dale spent 15 years at The Denver Post and was the No. Dale will oversee the newsroom, working to grow its news service and add more Colorado-focused content, CPR said. Currently, Dale is executive editor at Cronkite News at Arizona PBS, a news service run by Arizona State University students that won the Society of Professional Journalists’ national award for best newscast in 2017. Kevin Dale, seen here at a Denver Post staff meeting in 2009, will take over CPR. Murrow Awards and three Pulitzer Prizes. “I have a deep passion for Colorado and look forward to creating new opportunities to connect Coloradans with the stories that define our community and make our state great.”
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