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Denver neighborhood groups send out plea for leadership

Two south Denver neighborhood organization alerted residents of the need for more community participation through email campaigns. On the southwest side of Denver, the Rosedale Harvard Gulch … more

Former Bonnie Brae grocer family takes over Campus Lounge

As a child, Dan Nickless remembers running through the alleys of Bonnie Brae trying to figure out the mystery of what was behind the doors at the Campus Lounge. Back then, bars were dark and people … more

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 … more

Washington Park Profile: December Business Matters

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

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 … more

When Santa shops in Denver

The holidays in Denver bring out a collection of unique markets, some of which have traditions dating back for more than a decade. Here are a few places to scout out gifts for your holiday list. … more

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 … more

Denver holidays are the time to sparkle

The 28th annual Zoo Lights Where: Denver Zoo, 2300 Steele St. When: Through Jan. 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Cost: Children 2 and under are free, ages 3-11 are $14, adults: $20, seniors (ages 65 and up): $17 … more

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 … more

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 … more

Youth orchestra aims to develop next generation

At some point, all musicians are going to have to deal with the stresses of auditioning. And while this is an important skill to master, there’s also something to be said for letting young … more

Music, voices, dancers bring energy to holiday

Start with a symphony orchestra, add two choirs and mix in some dancers in the aisles. You’ll have “A Littleton Christmas” at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 7 and 8 at Littleton United Methodist Church, … more

Arvada Center curtain rises on Christmas cheer

One of the best things about the holiday season is gathering together with family and friends to watch one of the many classic Christmas movies. One of the more recent entries into the canon is the … more

House of Dior gets display in Denver

Fashion fans need wait no longer for the Denver Art Museum’s latest showcase of high fashion and its place in the art world. “Dior: From Paris to the World” opened Nov. 19 and runs through … more

Parkour creates caring community

Ken Arrington, founder of parkour gym Path Movement, knows that parkour — in which athletes often scale walls, make 9-foot leaps and traverse rails 10 feet off the ground — has a bad reputation … more

Enjoy a Thanksgiving weekend feast of music

Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest times of year in the metro area. Families and friends are in town and everyone is looking for something fun to officially kick off the holiday season. There … more

Film fest an eclectic, inspiring showcase

When most people see red carpets, they’re on television and full of recognizable faces from the worlds of entertainment or sports. Most of us will never get to walk one, have our photos taken and … more

Washington Park author talks about Denver’s hidden gems

Since 1976, Rich Grant has called Washington Park home. He’s traveled the world as a writer, but no matter where he goes, the park is still his favorite place. The quality of light in the area … more

Denver Foundation finds new home in Capitol Hill

Over the next several years, a Capitol Hill landmark will be renovated to become the new home of the Denver Foundation, which closed a deal to buy the Casa Grande building at 1009 Grant St., … more

Colorado kids become their own bosses

The Denver eighth-grader currently runs Gabe’s Bazaar, a business that sells two major products: massage candles that melt into lotion and Super Bars, which combine deodorant, sunscreen, … more
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