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Distortions Monster World: creepy fun

Though the Distortions Monster World museum will be available through the end of the year, there is only a few days left to experience its special after-hours attraction called Monster to … more

Denver Film Festival returns with the theatrical experience in tow

The latter half of the 2010s saw increased involvement in national and local elections, with more women running – and winning – than ever before. While national figures drew a lot of eyes, … more

Fan Expo Denver reunites fandoms for fun

When it was announced back in December that Pop Culture Classroom was cancelling the 2021 Denver Pop Culture Con, it appeared that it was going to be two full years before fans of all things comics, … more

Weld sheriff's deputies recover stolen cars, tools

GREELEY -- A Weld County Sheriff's Office strike team investigation recovered eight stolen vehicles and some $140,000 worth of stolen tools from areas throughout Denver, according to a press … more

How Raices Brewing Company honors its roots

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate Latinx communities here in Denver and across the country. It's a time when people are encouraged to celebrate and enjoy Latinx culture while … more

CHUN invests in its financial future with endowments

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, a registered neighborhood organization, is investing in its financial future with an endowment totaling $1 million to be managed by The Denver Foundation. “Our … more

Get your spook on: Denver has many Halloween happenings for all ages

Whether you’re looking for tricks or treats, haunting entertainment, family fun time or simply somewhere to go decked out in your favorite Halloween costume that you didn’t get to wear last year, … more

Would George Washington approve of the Mount Vernon Garden's new look?

Our nation’s first president might not recognize the Mount Vernon Garden in Washington Park, created in 1926 to replicate a garden at his Virginia estate. All summer, Denver Parks and Recreation … more

Breaking the ice with art: Washington Park resident shares his maze pieces to combat racial division

Warren Stokes loves his neighborhood. He enjoys his daily six-block walk from his home to Washington Park, where he goes to create his art. But he has noticed that other pedestrians will often cross … more

Three things we can all do to end sexual violence

Fifty-one per month. That is the average number of reported sexual assaults that have occurred in Denver so far this year. This number, while staggering, likely does not reflect reality and the … more

Newman Center returns as community hub

For so many communities, arts centers are hubs of connection and creativity — places where people can go for entertainment and education. Which made the COVID-19 pandemic especially damaging, since … more

Denver Hospice provides ‘a group hug’

Denver Hospice Chaplain Keith Swingle said he attended seminary school because he knew he wanted to serve in ministry in some capacity. He had a friend who did an internship with hospice care, but … more

Celebrate Día de los Muertos in Denver

One of my favorite movies is Disney/Pixar’s “Coco.” I love that it’s all about music and family — and Día de los Muertos. I can’t pinpoint an exact timeframe in my past when I started … more

2021 JAAMM Festival features in-person, virtual, hybrid events

The 14th annual Neustadt Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies and Music (JAAMM) Festival takes place Oct. 6-Dec. 21 with in-person, virtual and hybrid offerings. The JAAMM Festival is a program of Denver’s … more

Saint Joseph Hospital parent to merge with Utah-based group

SCL Health, which runs Denver’s Saint Joseph Hospital, and Utah-based Intermountain Health announced their intent to merge on Sept. 16. When complete — perhaps early next year — the combined … more

Denver resident to chair Legal Marketing Association

A Denver resident has been named chair of the Denver Legal Marketing Association’s Local Steering Committee. Katherine “Katie” Wright of the Virginia Village neighborhood was appointed to the … more

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

October 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

Digging for history at Golden’s Astor House

Archaeology isn’t all holy grails and temples of doom — there’s also community archaeology, which focuses on members of the community exploring the stories of people who lived their lives in … more

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
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