Archives - January2019

Snowga, Buff Talks and Vacation Expo!

January 31, 2019

Perhaps it’s the magical dancing of snowflakes or the crimson sunsets over the distant mountains, but there is something exciting in the Colorado air! Whether you want to check out the upcoming trends in Denver at CU Buff Talks or take part in a Snowga practice (outdoor yoga in the snow!), you’ll find lots of new experiences …

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Denver Housing Market Trends for 2019

January 29, 2019

We don’t need Zillow or to tell us that the Denver-Aurora area is still a hot housing market. Demand continues to outpace supply with a limited number of available homes for sale, even though inventory is expanding – which is good news for home buyers! More houses to buy, means less competition and sometimes …

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It’s a Magical Musical Weekend!

January 24, 2019

Whatever your musical tastes, you’re sure to find something that appeals to you this weekend in the Aurora and Denver area! Rock of Ages, the iconic musical featuring a jukebox lineup of power ballads from the 80s is in town! Or maybe the nostalgic sounds of Stephen Sondheim is more your style, or the Colorado Symphony’s …

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Fire Up the Kettle, It’s Hot Tea Month!

January 22, 2019

Even if coffee is your morning beverage of choice, you can still celebrate Hot Tea Month with the rest of us and enjoy a little health boost at the same time. And if your first reaction is, “tea is a little thin,” and there’s something more appealing about a full-bodied cup of coffee with cream, …

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Celebrating Martin Luther King’s Dream This Weekend!

January 17, 2019

Did you know that Aurora was the first city in Colorado to host a week-long celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? The commemoration includes events and educational talks, and culminates in a motorcade to the city-wide Marade on Monday. The theme for this year’s commemoration is Embracing the Vision, Making It …

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Making a Comeback: Casseroles!

January 15, 2019

While Wikipedia has its own definition of what a casserole is (food cooked and served in a large pan), the word itself is sort of vintage and perhaps doesn’t immediately make you think of contemporary or tasty cuisine. In fact, it may conjure up memories of Pyrex bakeware filled with mystery concoctions your aunt or …

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Lots New To Do This Weekend Near Southshore!

January 10, 2019

This weekend ushers in one of the oldest traditions in Colorado history—the National Western Stock Show! Also finishing up its run in the Mile High City is the Above and Beyond aerospace exhibit at Wings Over the Rockies. New events in town include the opening of the Broadway hit musical, A Bronx Tale, and local …

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Grow Indoor Flowers This Winter!

January 8, 2019

Winter weather can sometimes bring on the winter blahs and if they DO set in and you start pining for a touch of spring in your surrounds, try growing a flowering indoor houseplant as a pick-me-up. These gorgeous plants will bring color and warmth to your winter nest and are the perfect remedy for winter …

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Museum Fun Near Southshore!

January 3, 2019

If you are running out of things to do for the holiday break, take advantage of the multitude of offerings at Denver area museums and libraries! Activities for kids and families range from brain teasers at the Museum of Nature & Science to family-friendly art performances at Denver Art Museum to a silent film festival …

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Cozy New Year IKEA Hacks!

January 1, 2019

This is a thing, you know, IKEA hacks – and entire websites and Pinterest pages are set up by people who study the new IKEA catalogue every year to see how they can makeover products to fit their lives and lifestyles. Get ready, because these easy-peasy ideas to personalize bland, utilitarian furniture are putting the …

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