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Orchestra plans event for families, children

Most people remember their first concert experience — it usually represents their tastes at the time or the direction their musical palette will grow. So, starting with classical music is a great … more

Highest-elevation points in metro Denver counties sit at some unexpected places

To outdoor-recreation enthusiasts, Colorado is known for its fourteeners: mountain peaks that exceed 14,000 feet. But take a drive through the Denver area, and you might notice how the elevation … more

Benchmark Theatre confronts our American darkness

The Jan. 6 capitol insurrection is one of the darkest days in the history of the country — one that we’re still reeling from and trying to figure out to prevent from happening again. more

COVID increase means little impact on local prep sports attendance

The recent increase in COVID cases has had little impact on in-person attendance at prep sporting events. Adams City High School continues to allow two attendees per player, according to athletic … more

Going vegan

Hannah Wherry intends to make the transition to a vegan lifestyle for her New Year’s resolution. As an environmentalist, she has often wondered if having meat and animal products in her lifestyle … more

Regis University names Cody Teets interim president

After rising through the ranks at the McDonald’s Corporation, Arvada local Cody Teets has taken on another leadership role — on Jan. 1, she assumed the role of interim president of Regis … more

Supporting working moms

Making sure the kids arrive to school on time. Grocery shopping, running other necessary errands and keeping the house tidy. Driving the kids to their extracurricular or afterschool activities and … more

Denver Zoo, state partner to boost toad numbers

The Denver Zoo and Colorado Parks and Wildlife have teamed up to help save the boreal toad, which is a state-listed endangered species. On Nov. 10, conservation and amphibian experts with the Denver … more

Rock the world at Denver Museum of Nature & Science

If you read about pop music with any regularity, you’ve probably seen a story that pops up every now and then — one that says guitar-based music is dead. And yet, the instrument and its music … more

Denver's Warren Village is like little ray of sunshine

When Jasmine White first moved to Denver with her two young children in 2015, they had nothing more than what would fit in two suitcases and $200 that White had saved. “That was it,” White said. … more

Denver through 'Y/OUR' lenses

The Denver Architecture Foundation and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center have announced the winners of the 2021 Y/OUR Denver Photography Competition. The winners are: • “Denver Museum of … more

Opioid settlement could tackle crisis

Many in our community are suffering from opioid addiction. In 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency due to opioid use. In 2018, Colorado recorded … more

Many decide to upgrade homes amid tight market

A competitive housing market and aging homes mean many homeowners in Denver are tackling long-planned renovations. According to the National Association of Homebuilders, the median age of … more

Annual renewal for RNOs has begun

The annual renewal, and new registration, period for Denver’s Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO) began on Dec. 1 and ends on Jan. 31. RNOs are groups formed among neighbors and property … more

Skating in the city

Denver is one of the best places to be in the winter, with the Downtown Denver Partnership offering esteemed events such as the 9News Parade of Lights in December and partnering with VisitDenver for … more

Mike Sophir to head Jewish Community Center

The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC Denver) has named Mike Sophir to be its next chief executive officer. Beginning on Jan. 10, Sophir will take over for Ed Nekritz, who has been serving … more

Treecycle is underway

Denver’s annual Treecycle program has begun. Treecycle offers Denver residents an opportunity to recycle their Christmas tree for free. The recycled trees are turned into mulch, which will be … more

January Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column featuring business news in the Life on Capitol Hill and Washington Park Profile coverage areas, which is roughly central and central-south Denver. If you are a … more

Dazzle celebrates 25 years of jazz

Jazz is one of America’s quintessential creations — one that continues to influence and inspire, even for people who may not consider themselves fans of the genre. Dazzle, Denver’s jazz … more

Tri-County Health extends school mask order; metro Denver mandates continue

Facing what could be a dramatically steep surge in new cases of COVID-19 in Colorado amid the spread of the omicron variant, several metro Denver counties announced they would continue their local … more
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