Dave Jensen was born in Paterson, New Jersey, but moved to Colorado (in the back window of his parents’ VW 1968) when he was 12 months old and has lived in the area ever since. Dave worked at Runza in Loveland when he was younger and still enjoys stopping now and then for an Original Runza. Dave is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Townsquare Media Northern Colorado office at 600 Main St. in Windsor, having worked here since 1997. Dave loves movies, disc golf, great TV, the local craft beers around Fort Collins and all things radio.
Swifties Alert: Incredible Taylor Swift Live Tribute Concert Coming to Colorado
When it comes to Taylor Swift fans in Colorado and Colorado concerts, this is going to be a show to see.
Something Big, But Confusing, Happened for the 1st Time at Colorado’s Red Rocks
When you hear about this "first," it almost makes your head hurt.
One Beautiful Colorado Mountain Town Makes List Of ’30 For a Magical Christmas’
People from around the world travel to Colorado for Christmas; there's one town in particular, that they, and we, should be seeking out.
Do You Agree? This is One Of The Biggest Blunders You’ll Ever See On ‘South Park’
They've tested the boundaries many times, but there's a big blunder in one episode that is nearly unforgivable.
‘Weird’ Horse Sculpture In Loveland, Colorado, Gallops Back To Town
For nearly six years, passersby along I-25 and Highway 34 in Northern Colorado would see this odd, horses/railroad sculpture, and wonder "What the heck is that thing?"
What Is Colorado’s Most-Favorite Part Of A Great Thanksgiving Meal?
Just thinking about Thanksgiving Dinner in Colorado can make you tired. Whether it's because of all the work that can go into it, or all the eating, eating and more eating.
Denver Booted: Colorado Football Players Have A Big Problem With Parking
One of the ways the Colorado Buffaloes are making the news, is about parking.
Colorado Has a Cool, New ‘Underground’ Mexican Spot You Need to Hit Up
When it comes to Colorado restaurants, Mexican restaurants can be very successful. Here comes a new Mexican restaurant in Fort Collins, and it looks great.
I Was One of the First 10 In Line for Colorado’s New In-N-Out – Here’s How It Went
When you're excited, you want to be one of the first to try an In-N-Out out; that mission was accomplished. Here's how it went.
Colorado’s #1 Cooking Show Should Really Come As No Surprise
It's one of those genres of television that most Coloradans can agree on: Shows about cooking food. Everybody eats, right?