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2020: A DMNS Space Odyssey

Was the first time you really thought about space when you were gathered around a campfire, looking at a night sky pocked with stars? The redesigned Space Odyssey at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more

Arvada Center brings nostalgia, humor to holiday offerings

There’s no doubt the holidays this year are going to be both familiar and totally different as the country struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic. The Arvada Center is embracing that dichotomy with … more

Shopping galore

The Cherry Creek Holiday Market, an outdoor shopping experience that is part of Cherry Creek North’s Winter Wanderland festivities, opened on Nov. 19 and will run through Dec. 23. Location is on … more

Uptown buildings to be repurposed

Many people recognize the properties at 1840 Grant St. and 1835 Logan St. in Denver’s Uptown because of their architectural beauty. “They’re anchors that orient people in the neighborhood,” … more

Pets for vets

Twenty-two veterans and active duty military from all over the metro area added a furry friend to their family between Nov. 9 and 13. During that week, the Dumb Friends League waived adoption fees … more

What do Safe Outdoor Spaces mean for District 10?

I strongly believe that everyone living in our district deserves to be treated humanely and feel safe. As your elected representative, I hope we share these values of shared humanity. The paradox of … more

The importance of winter tree maintenance

As winter approaches, many Denverites are preparing for the cold months ahead by blowing out their sprinkler systems and composting their leaves. But many mistakenly think their trees are … more

Miles of secrets in the Mile High City

Most people are familiar with Rocky Flats in northwest Jefferson County, and the role it played in creating nuclear weapons parts. But if one lives on the east side of Denver, it’s entirely … more

‘The prettiest city in the West’

According to Denver-based author Chris Englert, one of the greatest things about Denver’s park system is that it all started with a vision to make Denver the “prettiest city in the West.” … more

What does it take to be an actor?

Michael Doherty believes he has a secret power — the ability to make people laugh.  As an actor, however, Doherty realizes there are many important messages delivered through various stage … more

Sharing ‘Daddy Bruce’s’ story this holiday season

If you’ve been in the Denver metro area for a while, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the name Bruce Randolph at least one or twice. You might recognize it as a street name, the name of … more

Denver metro area recording studios offer sound options

Music of various genres. Podcasts. Work presentations on a green screen. Slam poetry. Music videos. Making movies for film school. These are the types of works patrons have produced at free recording … more

43rd Denver Film Fest builds community from Red Rocks and home

If you love movies, there’s no way your home setup is going to replace the experience of the theater, if for no other reason than there’s something special about sharing a cinematic experience … more

Ex-Broncos player pleads not guilty to assault in Douglas County

A former Denver Broncos player who was arrested in May in Douglas County has pleaded not guilty to four felonies and four misdemeanors related to the incident. Cody Latimer, 28, who was on the … more

When Wash Park swung to a Big Band beat

The jazz was hot, the martinis were cold. From the dance floor, fox trotting couples watched the sun set behind a sweeping 200-mile vista of the Rocky Mountains. All this was just a short walk away … more

Going solar

Stacey Decker believes that people in Denver want to do what they can to help reduce negative impacts to the environment. “Denver is a forward-thinking community,” she said. “Many people are … more

‘All those voices are valued’

When Congress Park resident Autumn Thomas was in kindergarten, she got interviewed about one of her school projects by television news anchor Reynelda Muse, who is a Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame … more

Letter to the editor: Change is constant and unsettling

Change is constant and unsettling. Our friends and neighbors experiencing homelessness or staring at the brink of homelessness know this all too well. Maybe you, too, are a missed paycheck away from … more

Considering a career transition? Denver’s Rocketman Realtor has some advice

Career transitions are equal parts scary and exhilarating. And if transformation is truly what you desire, then there are few reasons not to take a chance. Life is too short not to do what you love. … more

Getting a winter coat to every Coloradan who needs one

Dependable Cleaners is again hosting its annual Coats for Colorado campaign to get coats to those who are in need. “The need is great. We’ve got the ability to provide, and so we will,” said … more
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