Cardboard Cory is a project of Indivisible Front Range Resistance. "He is our good guy. He shows up, and he is listening, and we treat him with respect."
Let me tell you about the existential dread.
It was Round Two for Rep. Mike Coffman, who, unlike many congressional Republicans, engaged once again with anxious voters in his suburban Denver district.
It's not quite as exciting as if Sen. Cory Gardner, his Republican counterpart, were to hold a town hall in the heart of Denver.
"Those of you on the extreme left will never be satisfied," U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman told critics at his first town hall since Trump's election.
With ID checks and bans on signs, Republican lawmakers like Coffman try to maintain control of town halls
Coffman's spokesman, Daniel Bucheli, said the congressman decided to hold the event because he knows constituents are anxious.
Instead of rebuilding customer trust in 2016, Chipotle stumbled its way through lawsuits, a high profile arrest and poorly received burgers to a 14.8 percent year-over-year revenue decrease and stock values hitting a three-year low.
Analyst names Red Robin one of top stock picks for 2017, warns of a difficult year ahead for Chipotle
A New York based financial analyst named his top restaurant stock picks of 2017. Greenwood Village-based Red Robin made the list. Chipotle did not.
Tasty Made recently decided to move away from "food with integrity" in order to drop menu prices and hopefully bring more people in.
Three customers felt suspiciously full after eating Chipotle chorizo burritos — and now they’re suing
Three Chipotle customers in Los Angles are suing the Denver-based chain for misleading nutrition information.
Greenwood Village-based Red Robin posted a $1.3 million net loss for the third quarter of 2016.
Chipotle executives propose streamlining branding and adding dessert to push Chipotle revenue up.