Avs Fans From Europe Take Dream Vacation Despite Team's WoesThey have come from around the world to see their favorite team -- the Colorado Avalanche. On the two-week trip the group has seen six games. As luck would have it, they have seen six straight losses.
5 Countries To Travel To Where The US Dollar Will Go A Long WayInexpensive activities, combined with favorable exchange rates, make it possible for travelers to enjoy a vacation of a lifetime to several foreign countries.
International Model Remains In Custody After Taking 'Comfort Cat' Aboard FlightAn international model who caused a pilot to divert a transatlantic flight to Denver International Airport now sits in an immigration detention facility in Aurora -- all because she got separated from her cat.
Romantic Getaway Guide To PragueA practical guide to the best of Prague for couples.
Five Creepy Vacation Sites Around The WorldEthan Reid, author of "The Undying," from Simon & Schuster shares his list of the creepiest vacation spots around the world for Halloween.
Stay In The Real-Life Grand Budapest HotelThe luxury hotel tucked away in the Czech town of Karlovy Vary isn't the actual hotel where the film was shot, but the hapless romantic/lover of old ladies and poetry-reciting concierge Monsieur Gustave and his humble protégé Moustafa would've felt plenty at home running the place.
Former Avs Star Milan Hejduk Announces RetirementMilan Hejduk still laces up his skates every day and heads out onto the ice, where his notoriously quick wrists continue to send puck after puck skittering into the net.
Shaun White Finishes Third In Slopestyle Shaun White is used to winning everything. On Sunday, he was ecstatic with third place.
Benn Scores 2 Goals As Stars Beat Avalanche 3-2Jamie Benn scored his first two goals of the season, and the Dallas Stars beat Colorado 3-2 on Monday, spoiling the night for Milan Hejduk as the Avalanche forward was honored for playing in his 1,000th NHL game.
Classic German Cars Find Home In LongmontAfter the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, scores of East German families flooded across the border to a new life in their tiny, rattly Trabants — the spare-yet-iconic cars that were thriftily manufactured for decades in the communist country.