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Getting jazzy

When saxophone player Rico Jones was just 14 years old, he got to jam alongside drummer Tom Tilton and jazz pianist Joe Bonner at Brother Jeff’s Cultural Center in Denver’s Five Points …
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Farm fresh eats

Farmers market season is upon us. Denver has plenty to choose from this year, each possessing a unique vibe with other attractions, like live music, food trucks and chef demos. Most markets have …

2023 Farmers Market directory for the Denver metro area

The Original Evergreen Farmers’ Market Where: Church of the Cross – 28253 Meadow Drive, Evergreen

‘Who Are We?’

Social studies teacher Kelly Cvancier was determined to create a comprehensive curriculum that paid tribute to the dozens of women enshrined in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame. Cvancier teaches …

Exploring Colorado's bike paths

On most Tuesdays and Thursdays and some Saturdays, a team of bikers meets to explore Colorado’s network of trails.



Mile High Happenings
Things to do and see.
Summer Solstice Gala 2023: From Action To Nourishment
June 22 This fundraiser event offers Colorado craft cocktails and tastings by the finest chefs and farmers in the metro area. The evening will also have a silent auction, guest speakers and live …
Four Mile Historic Park: Rendezvous Gala
June 10 This fundraiser event that will support education and historic preservation, is a western-chic soiree that will include dinner, complimentary cocktails, live music from Eric Golden in the Grove and a silent auction. Following the auction, the Four Mile Poker Saloon will open with blackjack, craps, poker and roulette.
Denver EATSS (Epicurean Award to Support Scholars)
June 14 Denver EATSS is a fundraiser event for the American Indian College Fund, a national nonprofit headquartered in Denver that serves Native American and Alaska Native students to help them …
2023 Western Conservative Summit
June 9-10 This event is hosted by the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University, which “works to enhance public understanding of the most important issues relating to faith, …
Denver Municipal Band: free concerts in the park
The Denver Municipal Band is putting on many free concerts in the park throughout Denver this summer. These are the June and July concerts: June 2: Denver City Park, 6:30-8 p.m. (DMB Concert …
Juneteenth Music Festival
June 17-18 Denver’s annual Juneteenth Music Festival is a community event in honor of Juneteenth, the day when the last of the nation’s enslaved people learned of their freedom. The …
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Here's what's new, and what to expect when Casa Bonita Denver reopens

While the exact date for Casa Bonita’s much-anticipated grand re-opening is still under wraps, a sneak peek of the facility in Lakewood reveals that, much like its high divers, you’re in for a deep plunge into nostalgia.

Gov. Polis apologizes for death of Christian Glass

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis apologized to the parents of Christian Glass, the 22-year-old having a mental health crisis who was killed by a deputy in Silver Plume, and then declared May 24 Christian …

The Crown Jewel of concerts

Oldies but goodies, indeed. The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, and it is planning a jubilant throwback concert. “We’ve been operating continuously …

Stories from a horrific era in history

Paul Galan has vivid memories. He remembers the numerous beatings he took in school because Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler were determined to wipe out Jews. He remembers Jewish stores being looted. He …

Taking an Alzheimer's diagnosis 'a mile at a time'

Mark Macy is a fighter. The Evergreen resident always has been driven to succeed as an attorney, an endurance athlete and a devoted family man. Now at age 69, he continues his drive to succeed in his battle against Alzheimer’s disease.

Denver Fashion Week returns to city’s runways

Everybody has an outfit or two they love but don’t have the occasion or courage to pull out of the closest. Celebrating style like that — and providing an opportunity to bust out these gems — …
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