Giving Thanks to Daddy Bruce Randolph
by Angelia D. McGowan
This November 23 marks the 50th anniversary of a Thanksgiving food giveaway to an average of 10,000 people in honor of Daddy Bruce. Click image to read full story in November 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p. 4.

 

 


Supermodel Recognized for Work with Down Syndrome
by Angelia D. McGowan
More than 1,200 supporters from around the nation turned out to watch people with Down syndrome strut the runway with celebrity escorts at the Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show on October 24, 2014 at the Sheridan in downtown Denver. Click image to read full story in November 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p. 9.

 

 

 

High-Profile News Impacts “Everybody” Battling Alzheimer’s
by Angelia D. McGowan
“My uncle.” “My dad.” “My grandfather.” “My Grandmother.” “Everybody.” Those are some of the answers that walkers proudly broadcast at the finish line when asked, ‘Who are you walking for.’ ” More than 100 people registered for the 25th Annual Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Denver City Park… Click image to read full story in October 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p. 8.

 

 

 

Health Industry Taps into Convenient Places for Patient Care
by Angelia D. McGowan
Tired of playing nurse to your friends and family who make little to no time for doctor’s appointments? You can breathe a sigh of relief. Click image to read full cover story in September 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p. 19.

 

 

 

 

KUVO Radio Station: The Promise of a Community
by Angelia D. McGowan
This year makes the 29th anniversary for KUVO/KVJZ radio station. One of the few radio stations in the nation playing jazz around the clock… Click image to read full cover story in August 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p.12.

 

 

 

 

My Dad: Denver’s Godfather of Jazz
George Morrison, Jr. Reflects on George Morrison, Sr.

by Angelia D. McGowan
Today, Five Points’ African American heritage is celebrated by the Black American West Museum and Heritage Center, the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, as well as the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library.  ... A history lesson is automatic after a visit to Denver’s historic Five Points’ neighborhood, widely recognized as the “Harlem of the West” due to its long jazz history…Click image to read full cover story in June 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum.  

 

 

Ministers Commit to Working for Policy Changes
by Angelia D. McGowan
When a wrong has been committed who is watching? Most importantly who is prepared to do something about it? Click image to read full cover story in May 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p.12. 

 

 

27th Anniversary: Staying alive to Tell Your Story, Our Story
by Angelia D. McGowan
In the last few years, the newspaper industry has reached a critical juncture – evolve with the latest technologies or risk dying. Click image to read full cover story in April 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p.4. 

 

 

 

 

Long Story Short, She Doesn’t Give Up!
More than 10 years ago, when national best-selling author J.D. Mason submitted her first book to publishers, she was turned down. She changed the name and resubmitted. Click image to read full cover story in March 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum, p.4.

 

 

 

A Taylor-Made Life
by Angelia D. McGowan
A rarely reported fact about business and community leader, Landri Taylor, is that he fully intended to be a pediatric cardiologist when he earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1974 … Click image to read full cover story in February 2014 issue of the Denver Urban Spectrum.