Online Events and Opportunities

April 2, 2020

We’re all gradually adjusting to life online—all the time. A silver lining to the current situation is that so much more of the world is available to us now in the form of virtual events. We’ve highlighted several ways that you can participate in online events, including ways to connect and sites that offer free …

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A Look at Food Delivery Options

March 31, 2020

Working from home, having the kids out of school—nothing about the COVID-19 situation has disrupted our lives more than not being able to go out to eat and drink. Just because the dining rooms of our favorite restaurants are closed doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the experience. Check out all the ways you can …

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At-Home Entertainment Ideas!

March 26, 2020

Due to Governor Polis’ urgent call for social distancing, events have been cancelled and Coloradoans are staying home as much as possible. Therefore, the weekly Events Blog for Southshore will temporarily shift its focus from a community events calendar to a proactive community forum about things to do in the times of COVID-19. Check in here …

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How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Scams!

March 24, 2020

We suppose it was inevitable, the heartless criminal masses conspiring to find a way to defraud unsuspecting people in the midst of a global medical crisis – but it’s still mind-boggling. To protect yourself and the ones you love, take a quick look at the COVID-19 scams that are currently being perpetrated, and be on …

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Weekend Project: Headboards!

March 19, 2020

Even if you’re not the handiest DIYer, one weekend project that can be not just quick, but easy-in-a-day, is a do-it-yourself headboard. From Pinterest and HGTV to the DIY network, we found how-tos and tutorials to create unique décor for the head of your bed. And whether your tastes lean toward elegant, country farmhouse, eclectic …

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Ideas For Finishing a Basement

March 17, 2020

In Colorado, you can buy a house with a basement – not so easy in some Southern states! — and you can finish it yourself or use a contractor. When you move into a new build with a basement, sometimes you opt not to finish and the reasons have less to do with the cost …

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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day This Weekend!

March 12, 2020

**Given social distancing measures caused by the COVID-19 virus, we suggest you visit the 9News list of closures or individual venue websites to determine whether the following events are still being held or have been cancelled or postponed. We apologize for any inconvenience.**

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Start Your Seedlings, Now!

March 10, 2020

If you’ve been to a Walmart, Lowe’s or Home Depot lately (and all three are within minutes of Southshore), you know that seeds, potting soil, and peat-pot starter trays are front and center on display. We’re approaching the spring planting calendar, especially for sowing seeds that take a long time to germinate and bloom, so …

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Film Festival, Plays Aplenty, and Aurora’s Own Dan Soder!

March 5, 2020

For everyone who loves cutting-edge film, you can’t beat the Boulder International Film Festival—well worth the drive over to Boulder! In addition to a variety of films by award-winning local, national, and international filmmakers, there are also galas and a music festival! Plus, Aurora-native Dan Soder fresh off his HBO comedy special appears for a …

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Bedrooms for Better Sleep!

March 3, 2020

If you find it easier to sleep in the winter when nights are longer and cooler, the idea of summer coming may not be as welcome to your slumber as to your outdoor activities. But sleep doesn’t have to be elusive during the warmer months and to prove it we rounded up the best advice …

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