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Let museum take you to the river

One of the best things about the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is how it brings a world of discovery into one place. No matter what your interest is, there’s an exhibit for you. But this … more

Museums turn toward tech, innovation

Denver and the surrounding suburbs have spent the better part of this century becoming some of the most desirable places to live in the country. The influx of new residents has brought with it all … more

DJFF highlights personal, universal storytelling

Over more than 2,000 years, Jewish storytelling has come to tell the stories of people from all over the world, and in all walks of life. And this diversity of voices is vibrantly reflected in the … more

Enhancing the Capitol Hill community

A community-implemented mini library, a mural commissioned by a local group, or the establishment of a support program for neighbors. Whatever shape it takes, “there are many wonderful projects … more

Funny business in the burbs: Comedy shows adjust to outlying audiences

When local comedian Michael Jeffries stepped up to the mic at Max Taps Brewery in Highlands Ranch, the room was filled with a variety of suburbanites. Folks just getting off work, couples young and … more

King of Rock Flamenco makes Denver home

The traveling, rootless life of gypsies doesn’t appeal to everybody, but for guitarist Javier Gutierrez, better known as El Javi, embracing life on the road led not only to self-discovery but … more

A different look at plastic

When people think about plastic waste, the first few items that generally come to mind are straws, food wrappers and single-use plastic bags. But artist Kalliopi Monoyios soon began to realize … more

‘Something bigger than themselves’

The Denver Fire Department welcomed its newest members during a graduation ceremony in January, marking the recruits’ successful completion of the fire academy. They bring the Denver Fire … more

Putting Israel in the ‘front and center’ of discussion

So what’s it like to boss around Billy Crystal on a movie set? Matt Ratner chuckled at the question, then thanked Crystal, who’s starring in Ratner’s film director debut, “Standing Up, … more

Talks begin on the future of Rosedale Elementary

Being a neighbor of the school for about 25 years, Pam Pritzel remembers when Rosedale Elementary was lively with students. “Schools add to the vitality of neighborhoods,” Pritzel said. “Denver … more

New venue for burgers, craft beer coming

Beer and burgers simply go well together. That was the idea when Patrick Crawford and Charlie Berger, co-owners of the Denver Beer Co., joined up with Brendan McManus and James Samara and their The … more

The Arvada Center invites audiences aboard the Orient Express

There’s a particular challenge to telling a story that is very well-known by the audience. But when it’s one of the most well-known murder mysteries in popular fiction, well, that’s a whole … more

Welcome the Year of the Rat in the metro area

According to the calendar of the Lunar New Year, 2020 is the Year of the Rat - the first sign of the zodiac. And there are plenty of options hosted by Denver’s thriving Asian-American community to … more

‘You Lost Me’ finds audience in Denver

Examining historical documents is like reading a ghost story. When playwright and director Bonnie Metzgar came across a list of about 166 Irish people saved by 17-year-old Ann Harvey from a wreck off … more

Denver working to update group living laws

As the population of the city continues to grow, city staff are hoping that an update to the group living rules of the city code will allow for more people to live together and will help create more … more

‘People are loved and valued here’

David Henninger sits behind his desk at Bayaud Enterprises, the December sun streaming in behind him. He is reflecting on his life’s work connecting people in need to jobs, helping to give them the … more

New film shares forgotten WWII story

The horrors of the Holocaust were not just confined to the European continent. Stories of the slaughter of the Jews spread the world over, but unlike the U.S., Canada and many other countries, the … more

Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Start a new decade loud, quiet or with a roar

With the metro area's cultural scene booming, New Year's Eve offers a way to ring in 2020 for everyone. I've selected five options, ranging from small and intimate to big and brash, which will allow … more

Not waiting for the midnight hour: Area residents, businesses share alternative traditions for New Year’s Eve

Every three years or so, fire engineer Wendi Smith with the Denver Fire Department finds herself working on New Year’s Eve — a 24-hour shift starting at 7:30 a.m., usually entailing a constant … more
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