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Cherry Creek North Food & Wine returns Aug. 11-14

After about a year of providing the restaurant experience primarily through takeout, restaurateurs and chefs in Cherry Creek North are looking forward to reconnecting with their guests and local … more

Underground Music Showcase is back on Broadway

Claire Heywood expects she will be singing her heart out at this year’s Underground Music Showcase. “Speaking for myself, playing a festival represents a needed chance to release some pent-up … more

A summer staple for art lovers

Local artist Lauri Dunn has discovered a whole world of interesting insects through her art. Her favorite is the praying mantis, she said. This is because of their “fun-looking heads,” Dunn … more

Meet the new State Historian

For a lot of children, books about magical worlds and bigger than life adventures are the best way to spend their time. But when she was young, Dr. Nicki Gonzales immersed herself in the chronicles … more

Film, discussion to highlight impact of Americans with Disabilities Act

A film and panel discussion on the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act will be available for free streaming through a partnership between I Am Denver and Denver Film. The virtual film … more

Colorado wildfires are year-round danger

State climate experts and local fire officials along the Front Range say wildfire season no longer has an end as heat, low moisture and other factors have created a year-round problem. Russ … more

McNichols Civic Center reopens with MLB-themed exhibits

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the curators behind galleries all over town found the loss of their spaces just as devastating as the artists. Shanna Shelby, curator of exhibitions with the City and … more

Voting for Americas COVID-19 Memorial closes July 18

July 18 is the last day to vote on the artwork submitted for the "Americas COVID-19 Memorial," a project of the Denver-based Biennial of the Americas festival. The Americas COVID-19 Memorial is “an … more

Celebrating a Denver story at Miners Alley

There was never any doubt that Miners Alley Playhouse in Golden was going to make returning to live theater a big deal. Over the last 18 months plus, the theater has invested in giving audiences the … more

Cleaning the neighborhood

Volunteers take a break for a photo op during a neighborhood cleanup on June 19. The effort was organized by the Harm Reduction Action Center and Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods. The groups picked … more

Beer Quest challenges participants to save a dragon

Community members age 21 and older are invited to participate in Beer Quest, which is an immersive and exploratory theatrical event filled with games, riddles and puzzles. Beer Quest runs Thursday … more

5 things to know about Denver’s Bring Your Own Bag program

1 A new ordinance in Denver requires all retail stores to charge a fee of 10 cents for each disposable bag provided at checkout. Denver City Council passed the ordinance on Dec. 23, 2019, and it went … more

Denver's History Colorado Center hosts free concerts in July

The History Colorado Center, 1200 N. Broadway in the Golden Triangle, is hosting a free concert series being called Music Where the Sidewalk Ends. The concerts take place from 7-8 p.m. each Thursday … more

Denver's Capitol Hill community invited to provide feedback on development

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, which is a registered neighborhood organization, is welcoming feedback from the community on the development concepts for 123 Speer Blvd. in Denver. PMG … more

Author hopes to heal pain sufferers who are 50-plus

A leading Denver physical therapist wants to make a difference in peoples’ lives. Brooke Olsen, a resident of Washington Park, with contributor Annie Brodsky, recently released her first book … more

Local author looks at Denver’s lost buildings in latest book

Local author Phil Goodstein believes that many Denverites like the city because of its diversity. “Denver is our residence,” Goodstein said. “We had to care for it as we care for our home. By … more

Help the city forester protect and diversify our urban forest

To begin with some background information, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive insect and has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in North America. It is believed that EAB likely arrived … more

Mural festival blooms

More than 60 Black artists are highlighted at this year’s Black Love Mural Festival. The event kicked off in May, and the murals will be on display through Aug. 1 at Civic Center Park. To learn … more

Second Hometown

Seven years ago, I came. In this land, a seed thence was cultivated. In the blink of an eye, From bud to bloom, I have grown up so much. On a summer day, I moved to Colorado. And one day in this … more

Ready to fly, nationally

Something that Alfredo Reyes learned through the Latino Leadership Institute (LLI) is that he wants to be a leader who unites. Leadership is “not about what can I take, but what can I add,” Reyes … more
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