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Open your door to the built environment

Even a casual drive around the Denver metro area will unveil a bevy of architectural gems, with even more design secrets hiding behind doors you might not expect. But since getting an invite to house … more

TITWRENCH Collective's farewell event takes place Oct. 3 in Denver's City Park

A volunteer-driven music and arts festival with a 13-year history will be putting on its final event this October. The TITWRENCH Collective festival takes place from 4-10 p.m. Oct. 3 at the City Park … more

Vail Film Festival ready for a bigger, bolder 2021

Doing something for the first time is always a fraught process, but you often come away with all kinds of beneficial lessons that can make it smoother next time. Such is the case for the Vail Film … more

Say ‘I Do’ to the return of musical theater

Throughout the bulk of the pandemic, many of us have really buried ourselves in nostalgia to find some escape. And for a lot of us, there are few things more comforting than a good love story. Add in … more

Denver parks have mountains, too

One doesn’t need to go very far from the city to get the experience of being in the Colorado mountains. In fact, did you know that the city of Denver has more than 14,000 acres of parklands in the … more

Warren Village now offers services, resources at Ivy Crossing apartments

Warren Village has big goals to serve the community, said Ethan Hemming, president and CEO of Warren Village. “We know that financial strain can have a detrimental impact on mental health, academic … more

Fall stewardship days return to South Platte

There are two upcoming opportunities for people who would like to volunteer to tend to the South Platte River. Both events take place on Sept. 25 at Globeville Landing Park. Parking for the events … more

Processing the pandemic through art

Colorado artist Ana María Hernando hopes that her piece in the “Americas COVID-19 Memorial” helps people feel that they are not alone. “The pandemic has been an enormous event for all of … more

‘The engine that powers Colorado’

As they walk through the halls of Emily Griffith Technical College, students are reminded that their future awaits them with one catchphrase: “Our mission is to prepare our students for today’s … more

Historic Denver highlights 50 places worth celebrating

Most people in the metro area are at least a little familiar with historic sites like the Molly Brown House in Capitol Hill and the Brown Palace in downtown Denver. But there’s undoubtedly some who … more

Tips for watering trees in Denver

In Denver’s semi-arid climate, trees and water are both precious resources. With a few expert tips, you can preserve mature trees on your property and establish new trees that will help grow our … more

Japan’s maiden grass

Native to East Asia, Miscanthus sinensis, or maiden grass, produces silvery tussle-like flower crusts in late August, which gives us a hint that the end of summer is coming, soon to be followed by … more

Cyclists to ride the metro area for charity on Sept. 25

As residents or frequent visitors of this great city, you undoubtably know that Denver hosts some truly wonderful events. An acquaintance recently emailed me requesting a pledge for his participation … more

Residents to vote on five bond packages

Denver City Council recently approved referring five General Obligation Bond packages to the voters. The proposals ask voters to invest in economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The packages … more

Building company culture

Most people don’t think of a business meeting or company conference as being playtime in the workplace. But two Denver-based entrepreneurs, Katie Wall and Courtney Jacobson, realized that as little … more

WorldDenver connects Colorado to the world

In the past decade or so, Cheesman Park resident Laurie Hirschfeld Zeller has hosted members of Parliament from the United Kingdom, university presidents from Yemen, journalists from various African … more

A new recycling service now offered in Denver

Washington Park resident Elizabeth Nicholson does everything she can to reduce the waste she sends to the landfill. She uses the city’s recycling and composting services, and on average, sends only … more

Meet Washington Park’s loftiest residents

Entering Washington Park on a hot day, a sense of relief and well-being creeps over you, along with a thick canopy of shade. That shade is provided by a collection of about 2,000 trees of more than … more

September 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

A family story ‘Before You Go’

Families are not always easy, even under the best of circumstances. So, when a family of three adult siblings gathers at the home of their dying mother, it’s a safe bet it will be a fraught … more
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