Spencer Campbell writes features and edits service packages. A proud Texan (proud of the state, not its crazy), Spencer covered NASCAR for the Bristol (Virginia) Herald Courier, beach life for Gulfshore Life magazine, and commerce for Business North Carolina magazine. Based on that background, he has no real clue why 5280 agreed to employ him, though he’s certainly glad they did. Spencer, a Texas A&M University alumnus and almost graduate of the Mayborn School of Journalism at the University of North Texas (he’s one class shy!), has won too many honors to mention here. When not collecting journalism awards, Spencer enjoys golf, Netflix (his free HBO trial ran out), and filling awkward silences with idle chit-chat.
When a protester found herself temporarily blind and wracked with pain after being pepper sprayed during the George Floyd demonstrations, a stranger came to her rescue. The morning after, she set out to find the mysterious “Frontline Mike.”
The Denver sports scene might be paused for the time being due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are still plenty of classic Broncos, Rockies, Nuggets, and Avalanche games available for your viewing pleasure.
As the Colorado Rapids prepare to mark the 10th anniversary of their lone MLS title—and their 25th year of existence—myriad questions surround the organization. The biggest? Why Denver seems to be one of the only cities in America that still doesn’t care about professional soccer.