Outdoor Concerts Are Back!

May 13, 2021

This weekend marks the return of one of the biggest and best outdoor concert series in Denver—the Levitt Pavilion Free Concert Series! Meanwhile, Denver Center for Performing Arts has set up a way to watch cabaret-style shows outdoors, and smaller community organizations are beginning to bring back concerts in local parks. Make sure to get …

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Décor Trends: What’s In, What’s Out

May 11, 2021

During 2020 with so many people “sheltering in place”, our homes and furniture had to do-it-all – be the place we found rest, went to work, and went to school. Designers and décor trend prognosticators say in addition to state of the art entertainment equipment and dining tables that are bigger and multi-functional, colors are …

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Mother’s Day and Dance Specials!

May 6, 2021

Denver and Aurora offer a wide range of celebrations for Mother’s Day this weekend—among them, two sensational dance performances by critically-acclaimed local dance companies! Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, the cultural hub of Five Points, turned 50 last year, so they are welcoming their return to the stage with a special anniversary performance. Also celebrating the …

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Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas

May 4, 2021

Teachers at Southshore schools have been anchors this year, holding everybody steady through the rocky waves and uncertain waters of a pandemic-stricken world. So how can we thank these calm navigators, who are likely as ready as the rest of us to return to normalcy? Here are some teacher appreciation ideas as we near the …

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Outdoor Festivals Are Back!

April 29, 2021

It’s been over a year since we’ve been able to enjoy the quintessential spring and summer activity—outdoor festivals. This weekend, you can stroll the streets of the RiNo Art District or hang out at Belleview Station and enjoy food trucks, craft beer and cocktails, and LIVE MUSIC! 

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Cooking and Grilling with Wine and Beer

April 27, 2021

Cooking, braising and grilling with booze – from white and red wine to different kinds of beer – makes food extra moist, tender and just plain taste better. Whether it’s a sauce for a delicate seafood dish, or a tenderizing marinade for grilling chicken and steak, home-chefs can round out their repertoires with alcohol add-ins …

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Earth Day, The Oscars and Denver Restaurant Week!

April 22, 2021

Denver and Aurora have some big plans for Earth Day! You can get away from it all nearby with a wagon ride at the Plains Conservation Center in Aurora or check out the massive new interactive art installation, Earth Illuminated, in downtown Denver. While you’re out and about, why not sample some of the exciting …

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Vintage Kitchen Inspiration

April 20, 2021

Mid-Century Modern has been the darling of the design world for at least a decade, and plenty of homeowners incorporate a vintage vibe into their homes sprinkling in items or embracing full-on fifties style. It seems that kitchens, in particular, are a welcoming space for a retro look with appliances, both large and small, and …

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In-Person Movies, Theater and the Polar Plunge!

April 15, 2021

Whether you want to see an Oscar-nominated film in the theatre or watch live neighborhood theatre in-person, it’s happening this weekend in the Denver and Aurora area! You can also check out a special Dali exhibition of surrealistic flora paintings or sign up for the Aurora Polar Plunge!

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Sugar and Cinnamon-Spiced Treats

April 13, 2021

Raise your hand if you think cinnamon (and sugar) is not just for lattes? And once more if you think that combo spice belongs on everything from tortilla chips and wontons, to iced pastries and cookies? Right?! Read on for the recipes that will make your taste buds thank you for blending those two essentials …

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