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Yearly Archives: 2017

Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” in Civic Center Park

Denver’s Civic Center Park is currently hosting Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s touring sculpture exhibit entitled Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads.  Residents of our city will be able to enjoy this exhibit for an entire year until October of 2018, an unusually

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Take a walk through Hudson Gardens

There are many scenic areas of natural beauty in the Denver area. One of these is Hudson Gardens, located in Littleton, at 6115 South Santa Fe Drive. Hudson Gardens is free and open year round, and is a tranquil 30 acre site

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Riverside Cemetery, an integral party of Denver’s history

A visit to Denver’s Riverside Cemetery is a walk through Colorado history. Established in 1876, the cemetery is Denver’s oldest operating cemetery, and was designated as a National Historic District in 1994. Located between Brighton Boulevard and the South Platte

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RiNo Crush, a gallery in the streets

Visiting the RiNo neighborhood of Denver is always intriguing, as there are frequently new places to visit and enticing new restaurants to try. The area is home to historic factories and warehouses, as well as creative new businesses. River North,

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A Trip to Japan Without Leaving the City

If you are visiting Domo Restaurant for the first time, you might wonder if you are in the right place. This multiple award-winning restaurant, at 1365 Osage Street, is very unassuming from the outside. Once you step inside though, you

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SLOAN’S LAKE PARK, A PARK WITH A VIEW

Sloan’s Lake Park in west Denver is the city’s second largest park, and it’s a beauty!  Spanning 177 acres, it’s a bit of an urban oasis.  In addition to water sports such as fishing, boating, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding,

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Calder: Monumental at the Denver Botanic Gardens

“Calder: Monumental” is this summer’s special exhibit at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Visiting the Botanic Gardens is always delightful, but this exhibit offers a unique chance to view many of Calder’s large sculptures in one place. It’s a special treat

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Summer Fun: Farmers’ Markets in Denver

Summertime in Colorado means the reappearance of farmers’ markets, with streets and sidewalks filled with walkers, bicyclists, and dogs on leashes, stalls with Colorado grown produce and buckets filled with seasonal flowers. Farmers’ markets provide the perfect opportunity for people

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Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place

The Denver Art Museum is currently hosting Mi Tierra, an exhibit by 13 Latino artists, showcasing their visions of contemporary life as Mexican-American artists in the American West. It explores themes such as migration, cultures, the mix of different countries, experiences

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Authentic Cuisine Supporting Female Entrepreneurs

Do you love authentic, home-style Middle Eastern food? How about Mexican and Latin American food, created from recipes handed down through generations? Comal Heritage Food Incubator offers visitors the opportunity to eat delicious food, learn about other cultures, and support

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Art Installations Along the R-Line

Ready to ride the Light Rail through the heart of Aurora? RTD’s R Line is now running along I-225 through Aurora and connecting with the A-Line to the airport. There are eight new stations, and each features commissioned works of

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Fly on over to the Stanley Marketplace

Aurora residents have been impatiently waiting for the opening of the Stanley Marketplace.  Many of the businesses have finally opened, although you still see a lot of workers in hard hats and project managers intently studying blueprints in the common

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The Anschutz Collection at the American Museum of Western Art

     Denver has many well known and well loved museums, but the American Museum of Western Art is a treasure you may not be familiar with. It holds over 300 paintings from the private collection of Denver billionaire Philip

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Winter Workouts at Red Rocks

It’s easy to love living in Colorado when you can experience exquisite blue-sky days that promise to reach 50 degrees by noon.  In February!  And when you can make a relatively short drive to the iconic Red Rocks Park and

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Adrift: A Tiki Oasis in Denver

If sub-freezing temperatures and slow, slushy commutes have you dreaming of the tropics (except for the fact that quitting your job is not a viable option), perhaps a visit to Adrift Tiki Bar would provide some solace. The interior is

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