By Joe Nguyen
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Happy Tuesday, Roundup readers!
It’s National Corn on the Cob Day. It’s one of my favorite staples at a
barbecue cookout. My southern coworkers have made me aware that it’s called a cookout. I don’t care what you call it — just put it on the grill and let me shove it in my face.
Celebrating birthdays include actor Hugh Laurie (60), actor Peter Dinklage (50) and basketball star Diana Taurasi (37).
And now, on to the news:
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+ Today’s Weather: Sunny.
+ From the opinion page: “Proposed development on Sloan’s Lake offers “poor doors” instead of affordable housing,” writes Jane Parker-Ambrose and Claire Shamblin.
+ Ask Amy: Judged and Sad is 30 and constantly bombarded with questions about when she’ll have kids. However, her husband “made some personal choices” that may prevent that.
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Gun rights group “not confident” about Tom Sullivan recall as help pours in for Democrat
Rep. Tom Sullivan is seated during the first day of the 2019 Colorado legislative session at the Capitol on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019. Sullivan’s son Alex was one of the 12 victims who was shot and killed during the 2012 Aurora theater shooting. (AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post)
Colorado gun rights advocates who successfully recalled Democratic state lawmakers over gun legislation in 2013 may be running into difficulty this time as national gun control groups converge to defend a suburban Denver seat, Anna Staver reports
What will Denver do with its far northeastern suburban frontier? Council approves new vision.
Lower-priced homes are under construction in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood near Denver International Airport on Dec. 3, 2018 in Denver. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)
Denver’s northeastern corner has some of the last development-ready acreage in the city. On Monday night, the Denver City Council approved a broad picture for how the area will change over the next 20 years, Andrew Kenney reports.
The city’s corner has been a suburban frontier, but it’ll become “the middle of a larger eastern suburban metro region” as development fills out near Denver International Airport and in neighboring Aurora, according to the new area plan.
You’ve spoken: Memorial Rock, the giant boulder that destroyed Colorado Highway 145, should have been named …
A rock slide on Colorado 145 between Cortez and Telluride closed the highway on Memorial Day weekend. (Colorado Department of Transportation)
Denver Post readers believe the 8.5 million-pound rock that split a rural Colorado highway should be named Rocky McRocker Face, not Memorial Rock, as Gov. Jared Polis has proposed. Nearly 900 readers voted in The Post’s totally-not-scientific poll, with the clear winner earning 32 percent of the vote. The second most popular suggested name was Rocky Road at 21 percent, followed by Tourist Trap at 8 percent, Nic Garcia writes.
U.S. women’s national team kicks off its World Cup campaign today. Here’s what you need to know.
Mallory Pugh (11) of United States of America and Grace Geyoro (23) of France fight for the ball during the SheBelieves Cup at Red Bull Arena on March 4, 2018 in Harrison, N.J. (Elsa, Getty Images)
The U.S. women have won the most World Cups (three), and they will be the defending champions in the quadrennial tournament. Team USA kicks off its campaign against Thailand at 1 p.m. today with the game airing on Fox. John Meyer has the details on what you need to know about this team.
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By the Numbers
Colorado Rockies pinch-hitter Ian Desmond follows the flight of his solo home run off Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Mike Montgomery in the seventh inning of a baseball game Monday, June 10, 2019, in Denver. (David Zalubowski, The Associated Press)
How far Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond’s home run traveled in Colorado’s win over the Cubs on Monday. Manager Bud Black said, “That ball was crushed.”
How much a luxurious estate in Boulder’s Knollwood neighborhood is on the market for.
How much a 31-year-old Denver woman could be fined if she is convicted of dumping a large pile of roofing material and other trash on public land in Wyoming.
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A pizza outside the oven at Pizzeria Locale at 1738 Pearl St., in Boulder is shown in this file photo from Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)
+ Pizzeria Locale and Postino are among 10 restaurants announced at the upcoming 9th & Colorado.
Aspen Mountain will open for skiing and riding during Food & Wine Classic weekend. — The Know Outdoors
+ Hikers report Colorado’s Hanging Lake isn’t overcrowded. — The Know Outdoors
+ What you need to know about joining a rec league in Colorado. — The Know Outdoors
+ After D.C. Pride panic, organizers urge Denver Pride attendees not to worry.
+ Weld County pounces on local control in wake of new state oil and gas law.
+ Four people were wounded in a shooting near Mississippi and Peoria in Aurora.
+ Colorado overdose deaths fall for the first time since 2012.
+ Gov. Polis: Grand Junction would be best for BLM headquarters, but Denver works, too.
+ State to ask Colorado BLM to defer action on some oil and gas leases proposed in wildlife habitat.
+ An El Paso County jail inmate found hanging in cell has died.
+ Nuggets forward Paul Millsap has been invited to USA Basketball training camp ahead of 2019 World Cup.
What We’re Reading
+ The cast of “Sesame Street” takes over NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert. — NPR
+ Colorado environmental officials to launch first-ever climate unit under Polis. — CPR
+ Haunted Cap Hill hotel owner wants to spook Denver into letting him open a cannabis lounge. — Denverite
+ What Kevin Durant’s injury means for KD, the Finals and free agency. — FiveThirtyEight
Song of the Day
Song: “Born This Way”
Artist: The Baseballs
Sounds like: If Lady Gaga was covered by a rockabilly band because that’s exactly what this is. This fun toe-tapping rendition will get stuck in your head — in a good way.
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