Local chefs go all-in on a new food hall in the Golden Triangle

Picture yourself on Broadway, the mouthwatering aroma of curry fills the air. A pizza oven warms the room. Ottoman-inspired street food is sizzling nearby. A deli counter and sushi rolls are only a …
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Denver program helps residents see home energy use

The Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) has launched a new pilot program that will pay for an energy assessment of homes in the city. People who have bought a house in the last …

DPS students look to the future

Nearly 4,000 students wearing business casual clothes filled the halls at the National Western Complex in early November. The eighth-graders met with companies, colleges and high schools from across …

Denver asks for feedback on City Park playground
Adjacent to the southwest side of the Denver Zoo is the Dustin Redd playground in City Park, a large set of wooden structures the city is set to replace in the next few years. Home to a golf course …

Denver high school food bank serves hundreds

In the parking lot of West Leadership Academy, a truck from We Don’t Waste is backing up toward a small group of volunteers. As soon as drivers have unloaded the first pallet of food from the …

Denver art project meant to calm traffic

On the lawn of Civic Center Park, Councilmember Deborah Ortega held up a colorful piece of thin metal that had been cut to look like a person during a pop-up art event. A number of the metal cutouts …

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Denver residents look forward to health, changes in politics in 2019

We recently stopped by City Park to ask what visitors are looking forward to in 2019. Whether it’s a new political climate, health, play or the changing of the seasons, here are some of the answers …

Cap Hill resident calls New York marathon a ‘whirlwind’

Since Kirsten Erickson moved to Capitol Hill from Michigan in July, she has spent her time getting used to the elevation – pounding the pavement in preparation for not one, but two marathons. In …

Colorado Ballet dancer talks about love of classical movement

Magic happens every December at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House as toys come to life and glittering snow falls on stage during Colorado Ballet’s performances of the “The Nutcracker.” But for …

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