Make-Ahead, To-Go Breakfasts!

July 14, 2020

If you’re a fan of Starbucks coffee drive-throughs, you may have tried their morning heat-and-eat food offerings with your Americano. When you want to save a little time and money, here are a few tasty, make-ahead breakfast ideas that are equally easy to-go alternatives.

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Sounds of Southlands…In Your Car!

July 9, 2020

Everyone’s favorite summer event is back—live music concerts at Southlands! This summer, due to the coronavirus, it will be the Sounds of Southlands Drive-In Edition. A limited number of people with advance-purchase tickets will park their cars on site and enjoy the live concert from the safety of their cars! Other re-openings include Aurora Reservoir …

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Safe-cations and Staycations!

July 7, 2020

Much has changed since March of this year, not the least of which is how to plan and enjoy our leisure and vacation time. If we’re lucky enough to have jobs and time off, the summer of 2020 will likely be one of staycations and super safe-cations, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun …

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A Quieter, Virtual 4th of July

July 2, 2020

There may not be fireworks displays in Denver and Aurora this Fourth of July, but that doesn’t mean there’s not plenty to do, both live and virtually! In keeping with a safer Independence Day celebration, the Colorado Symphony will continue its time-honored tradition of bringing the largest single-day free community event in Colorado to an …

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Can’t-Kill Flowers, Trees and Shrubs!

June 30, 2020

Has this thought ever crossed your mind when you’re shopping for beautiful but delicate flowers and plants, or temperamental shrubs and trees? “I’d like to have one of those, but what if it dies?” For someone with light-green thumbs, it’s not that we’re afraid, but there are a lot of variables we can’t control – …

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The Zoo and Air & Space Museum Reopen!

June 25, 2020

Slowly but surely in-person events are coming back to the Mile High City this summer, including the reopening of the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. The Denver Zoo is also offering timed-entry tickets, and there are a few outdoor concerts to be found. Still feeling nervous about venturing out? We’re continuing to …

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East Coast to Southshore!

June 23, 2020

When Kirsten Miller and her family moved from Maryland to Colorado last fall, they were very deliberate about choosing a home. Even though they only had a month to make a decision – dictated by career relocations – Southshore easily topped the list.

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Zoo Opens, Father’s Day Run and Online Events!

June 18, 2020

It’s a busy weekend in the Mile High City! The Denver Zoo is now open by appointment with social distancing and masks required. The annual Father’s Day Brew Run is also happening—with a few modifications, like running your own course without the crowds.  And it looks like there are still plenty of online events to …

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Beat the Heat with Frozen Treats!

June 16, 2020

With the forecast for outside air temperatures creeping toward the 90s, it’s time to break out the ice cream and fro-yo recipes and whip up some frozen desserts! Here are a few cool recipes to tantalize your taste buds and beat the heat!

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Get Ready for Elitch’s!

June 11, 2020

It won’t be long until Denver’s favorite summer park will be open—with new guidelines and safety measures in place. Be ready for opening day by signing up for FREE Pre-K passes for your youngest family members, and deeply-discounted season passes for the rest! Other activities in Denver this weekend are a mix of virtual happenings …

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