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The Denver Press Club building exterior in 2017

Update on the 2020 Damon Runyon Award banquet

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to provide an update on the Denver Press Club’s plans regarding the Damon Runyon Award banquet honoring Judy Woodruff, currently set for

Walter Baas

Walter Baas, Emmy-winning photojournalist, dies at 60

Emmy-winning directors and producers, particularly ones as decorated as Walter Baas, are still fair game for pledge drives when they work for public television. “Walter was one of the people

Bob Woodward

Transcript: Bob Woodward Accepts the 2019 Damon Runyon Award

What follows is a transcript of remarks by Bob Woodward, who accepted the Denver Press Club’s Damon Runyon Award on March 1, 2019, during a banquet at the Denver Athletic Club. He discusses the Trump White House, the Ford administration, interviewing techniques and more from his years as a Washington reporter.

Bob Woodward

Bob Woodward named 25th Damon Runyon Award winner

Pulitzer Prize-winning editor Bob Woodward, best known for teaming with then-Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein to unravel the Watergate break-in and cover-up that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon, has been named the recipient of the Denver Press Club’s 25th annual Damon Runyon Award.

Is the Denver Press Club haunted by ghosts?

Denver Press Club manager Tom Foutch and longtime member Dick Nosbisch talk about ghosts who may frequent the Denver Press Club and its nearly 100-year-old historic building to KMGH-Channel 7 in Denver for a Halloween story on Oct. 31, 2018.