Memo to the Denver Post: If you are going to make a case of being needed in your community, try to know your surroundings first.

The Washington Post is cutting slack to the Denver Post for putting the wrong stadium in a story. It was supposed to be the "Ultimate Guide to Coors Field," but then the picture was of a stadium in Philadelphia.

It is not a minor error. That's not even in the same state.

Why is this more important than it first appears? Because this section is soft news, and it is more advertising than actual news -- and if they cannot get a no-brainer such as this photo right, what else are they getting wrong?

If you are going to make a case that you are essential for a community, the first step is to make sure you give accurate information to said community, but panic has set in, even though journalism needs to accuracy under even the most trying of circumstances to stay relevant...