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How To Make Your House Smell Clean and Fresh

August 11, 2020

Have you ever come home from a walk in the fresh air, only to be assaulted by leftover and funky odors from dinner the night before? If you didn’t smell it when you left for your outing, that’s called sensory adaptation and it’s common to all senses. The more time we spend around something – …

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Cockpit Demos and 16th Street Fair!

August 6, 2020

Two popular August events are back—with appropriate social distancing, of course! The Battle of the Burger gives YOU the chance to taste the best burgers in Denver and vote on your favorite. Meanwhile, the popular 16th Street Fair is a chance for artists to take over the 16th Street Mall and fill it with their …

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Entertainment: Watch, Learn and Listen!

May 14, 2020

The quantity and quality of entertainment in this pandemic is really picking up! If you haven’t had a chance to check out Denver’s local comedians on their YouTube channel, Comedians Doing Stuff in Denver, it’s a real silver-lining! We’re gathering things to do as they are scheduled, and new ways to entertain yourselves and your …

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Craft Away the Weekend!

April 23, 2020

These strange times may have you doing things you never did (or even thought you would do). Washing your hands 20 times a day. Piling up your grocery cart with a week’s worth of groceries. Binge-watching every Netflix show you never had time for. 

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Activities to Ease Anxiety

April 9, 2020

It’s no secret that stress and anxiety levels are soaring due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s important to realize this is part of the new normal, and there are many things you can do to help yourself and others cope. From finding small moments of gratitude and peace through your houseplants to seeking free or low-cost …

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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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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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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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Discounts and Deals – Now Till June!

February 18, 2020

January is a memory and February is more than halfway over, and with no more holiday sales on the horizon what you need now is a plan of attack for discounts you can count on between now and Memorial Day. Nerd Wallet comes through with a catalogue of major sales and surefire markdowns coming your …

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