It’s Showtime in Denver and Aurora This Weekend!

January 13, 2022

With Christmas and the winter holidays mostly behind us, it’s time for laughter, learning and entertainment of a different sort in and around the master-planned community of Southshore in Denver. You’re never very far away from ways to spend a few hours of leisure time every weekend!

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Multiple Ways to Celebrate NYE!

December 30, 2021

You’ve got your pick of the perfect New Year’s celebration—everything from A Night in Vienna with the Colorado Symphony to a hilarious NYE comedy show with the Funniest Person in the World to a spectacular New Year’s Gala at the Gaylord Rockies Resort. There are also fun kids’ events if you want to make it …

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All The Way Through Till Christmas!

December 23, 2021

The big day has finally arrived, and if you’re wondering what’s open and what’s not on Christmas Day, there are definitely some things to do this weekend in the Denver and Aurora area. Several holiday productions are closing on Sunday, so it’s not too late to get tickets for that show you’ve been meaning to …

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Christmas Cookies, Candy and Sweets!

December 21, 2021

While the traditional cookie exchanges of past Christmases might be on hold for this year, that’s no reason not to make the coveted cookies that make this season so holly jolly! From across the country and around the internet, here are some of the most popular cookie recipes for the season of joy, peace and …

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So Many Christmas Events, So Little Time!

December 16, 2021

Now that holiday performances are up and running, how do you choose which to attend? Traditional Christmas shows like Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker are back with brilliant new productions, but if you’re less sentimental about the holidays, check out these tongue-in-cheek productions: Who’s Holiday is a spoof about a grown-up Cindy …

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Everybody’s Favorite Stocking Stuffers

December 14, 2021

Stocking Stuffers aren’t usually top-of-mind holiday gifts. They’re more of an afterthought , “Oh this would make a cute little trinket.” Maybe because they are quickly unwrapped and then forgotten almost as fast.

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Holiday Craft Markets, Performances and Reindeer Games!

December 9, 2021

This is the weekend to get in the holiday spirit, and with plenty of FREE and low-cost festivities in the Denver and Aurora area, you’ll be able to celebrate every day of the week! For a traditional Christmas setting, you can’t beat the Christkindl Market in Civic Center Park. On the 16th Street Mall, you …

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Wood Flooring Choices: Laminate, Natural and Engineered

December 7, 2021

A home’s flooring is one of its defining features and while carpeting can be lush and inviting, hardwoods are warm and appealing in a completely different way. And if you’re buying a new home with flooring options, or refinishing a basement and wondering what to consider, here are a few facts about the many wood …

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This Weekend’s Christmas and Holiday Events!

December 2, 2021

This weekend you can sing along with the Lion King, or revisit the classic A Christmas Carol. Or croon with the Satin Dolls in a White Christmas holiday spectacle, visit the 16th Street Holiday Market downtown, or watch the Nutcracker reimagined! And if you bought tickets for the smash Broadway show Lion King that was …

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Quick and Tasty Dump and Bake Meals

November 30, 2021

After making and baking Thanksgiving dinner, sometimes what we all need are a few dump-and-bake casseroles to ease dinner doldrums and they’re everything we want in a meal. Quick. Easy. Tasty. Those three are all you need on a busy weekday evening for dinner! From a familiar feel-good chicken and rice casserole to buffalo cauliflower chickpea …

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