424 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Commerce City, other cities, sue state

COMMERCE CITY -- Commerce City joined other area cities in challenging a new law that could have an impact on city coffers and construction of public schools. The existing law  said sales of … more

FEMA updates Marshall Fire assistance figures

The Federal Emergency Management Association said it provided more than $130 million to Boulder County and its communities in the six months since the Marshall Fire. The late December fire burned … more

Popongo, Denver Broncos form partnership

The local creators of the Popongo game and the Denver Broncos have entered into a multi-year partnership. Popongo is a family-friendly game that requires players to toss foam golf balls into cups … more

Denver Fire Department honored with Country Financial's Operation Helping Heroes award

Country Financial has honored the Denver Fire Department with an Operation Helping Heroes award and a $1,500 donation to Denver Fire Station 22, 3530 S. Monaco St., to purchase gear and … more

Tí Café celebrates one year serving Denver

Tí Café, 30 N. Broadway which borders Denver’s Speer and Baker neighborhoods, celebrated its one-year anniversary in June. The coffee shop is owned and operated by three … more

Off The Bottle Refill Shop celebrates one year anniversary

Off the Bottle Refill Shop, 220 E. 13th Ave. in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, celebrated its one-year anniversary in June. “Over the past year, it's been lovely to reconnect with … more

Sexy Pizza closes its Capitol Hill location

Sexy Pizza is closing its Capitol Hill location at 1018 E. 11th Ave. because the landlord has refused to renew the lease, according to a June article by Denverite. According to Denverite, Sexy … more

Etc. Eatery in Platt Park closes

Etc. Eatery, 1472 S. Pearl St. has closed in Platt Park. The comfort food restaurant opened in summer 2020. “Apparently, opening a restaurant during a pandemic proved to be more difficult … more

Bonnie Brae Tavern closes after 88 years

The Bonnie Brae Tavern, 740 S. University Blvd., had its last day of service in late June — the same month the establishment celebrated its 88th anniversary. A neighborhood establishment for … more

Colfax's Annie's Cafe & Bar closes

Annie's Cafe & Bar, 3100 E. Colfax Ave., closed on June 26 after serving the community for 41 years. A post on the restaurant’s Facebook states that the Spice Room Neighborhood Indian … more

Studholme Chiropractic moves to Platt Park

A Platt Park resident of more than 17 years recently moved his business, Studholme Chiropractic, to the area. Dr. Nick Studholme, D.C., opened Studholme Chiropractic in Niwot in 2000, and moved to … more

New Americana Home opens in Washington Park

A new home furnishings shop has opened in Washington Park. New Americana Home is located at 1939 E. Kentucky Ave. Owner Holly Kuhn, author of the book, “New Americana: Interior Décor … more

‘Over the moon’ for barbecue

The fourth annual Denver BBQ Fest took place June 17-19 at Empower Field at Mile High, bringing together expert pitmasters, live bands and barbecue lovers from across the country. In addition to … more

Prost Brewery to ferment its headquarters in Northglenn

Prost in English means cheers. Prost for Northglenn means  200 jobs coming to the city.  Prost Craft Brewery is setting up shop in Northglenn. They will construct a 53,000 square foot … more

Plethodon emerges at Convergence Station

When Meow Wolf and the Denver Botanic Gardens united to adopt last March, they might have named their new baby Plantasia. Instead, the newly-partnered parents welcomed the Plethodon, a cosmic, … more

Behind the curtain at Buntport Theater

“I have never taken theatre seriously,” said Hannah Duggan. “I just do it and enjoy it.” Duggan, a 1994 graduate of South High School, is one of five co-owners of Buntport Theater located in … more

Denver’s e-bike rebate program is back

Denver’s Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency’s e-bike rebate program is back, with applications opening at 8 a.m. July 11. Because the program exceeded its anticipated demand … more

Improving the world with Indigenous knowledge

It has been a couple of generations since Tori McConnell’s native language of Yurok has been spoken fluently among family. “It was not passed down because often, it was seen as a burden, not a … more

‘He wanted to learn the bagpipes’

If a youth can perform in a competition and play well in front of a judge, it’s likely they will take those skills and be able to succeed at any job interview once they become adults. Being … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 22 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.