Feb 23 News Roundup


Fausto Gresini is dead at 60 years old, a man who achieved great heights as a rider and as a team owner. Diagnosed with COVID, and in hospital since late December, the Italian was an icon in the world of motorcycle racing.


Announcing Candidacy for Denver City Council District 4

I am announcing my candidacy for my third and final term as City Councilwoman for Denver City Council District 4. You, my constituents, supporters and friends, have been integral to my success.  You are the eyes and ears of District 4 and Denver.  You bring problems to my attention and offer suggestions and solutions.  You let me know when I am wrong and thank me when I succeed.  It has been a privilege to work with you and I wish to continue this service.  Together we can create a vibrant, successful city.

Highlights of my first term in office:

  • Opened the Southeast Light Rail Line
  • Supported the redevelopment of Tiffany Plaza including the new Whole Foods Market
  • Raised over $90,000 from the Denver Duck Derby to distribute to the five Denver Public Schools elementary schools in District 4
  • Monitored the budget and worked hard to create a budget that would serve Denver citizens during very difficult economic times
  • Held town meetings and senior seminars that brought constituents together for information gathering and discussion of important city issues
  • Published Peggy’s Pages and Focus on 4, newsletters that informed you of important meetings, events and programs
  • Served as Chair of the Council’s Public Amenities Committee and as a member of various other Council committees as well as current President Pro Temp of Denver City Council
  • Promoted regional cooperation as a member of the Southeast I-25 Transportation Mobility Association and a member of the Board of the Southeast Denver Business Partnership
  • Sponsored a successful amendment to Denver’s Municipal Code to allow the keeping of 2 domestic beehives in a residential zone district
  • Worked with the City To implement 3-1-1-1 in addition to providing my constituents additional help with City matters
  • Served on both the Council and the Administration Greenprint committees to guide the implementation of sustainability initiatives




This is AGV’s traditional (read:not logo festooned) take on a bomber jacket, sans the shearling collar, and cut for riding.

It’s a beautiful piece at its price point, solid and without actually testing it, protective. Zipper quality is high. And the cut is generous, yet not billowy. But be warned, it is sized small. An extra-large frame takes a tripleXL size.

The jacket is very warm, as befits its inspiration as a traditional bomber. The jacket may be best deployed as a fall/winter/spring riding jacket, and used off the bike in winter months. As such, it will not work as a perfect, all-season, jacket. But is will serve a a great second, colder, weather jacket.

And it looks awesome. This is a classic jacket, with just a bit of Italian flair. The fabric on the stretch fabric around the waist and cuffs looks like it will wear well, a welcome feature. And the CE armor in the shoulder and elbow area is unobtrusive in appearance, and comfortable for off the bike wear. In other words, you can fit into a movie theater seat with the jacket on, and not feel like you are wearing a straight jacket.

AGV Sport Bomber Leather Jacket
Made of top grain cowhide nubuck leather
100% polyester mesh lining
Multi-stitched major seams for maximum safety
Removable 50GM poly fill quilted liner with insulation
CE approved protection on shoulders and elbows for maximum safety
Adjustable waist band
Three outside pockets
Two inside pockets
Short YBS connection zipper


Dickey Earns Ninth-Career Patriot League Midfielder Of The Week Honor



BETHLEHEM, PA. – For the ninth time in her career, Sondra Dickey was named Patriot League Midfielder of the Week by Lehigh’s Women’s Lacrosse, the league announced on Monday. Dickey started 2021 similar to last season. She scored eight goals in her career, added an assist, four draw controls, and groundball, and turned in at the Mountain Hawks’ first game of the season (and for the first time in almost a calendar year). .




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