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Levitt Pavilion’s unusual mix of free shows and savvy thinking have helped it survive - The 6,500-capacity Ruby Hill amphitheater is producing more than 40 free concerts through
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Denver will be poorer with fewer art museums, but recent merger still makes sense - Exhibition-making is DAM’s superpower, and this is where the merger should pay
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Plan a perfect weekend in Colorado’s secret wine town - Quaint lodging, farm-to-table dining, art galleries, live music, and award-winning wine await you in the North Fork Valley, Colorado's secret wine
Concert etiquette: How to deal with talkers, drunken fans and other Denver show woes - If you've spent the money, you deserve the best experience. Here's how to get
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Climate activist, drag queen Pattie Gonia hikes through Colorado in heels - Drag queen and social media personality Pattie Gonia is known for exploring the great outdoors while sporting six-inch heels, and soon she will be trekking Colorado trails and hosting dance parties along the
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“Espiritu Hermosx” at the Museo de las Americas explores LGBTQ+ identity through the eyes of Latinx artists - See the exhibition "Espiritu Hermosx” -- in English, “Beautiful Spirit” — play out at the Museo de las Americas in Denver’s Santa Fe art
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The 5 Best Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Around Denver - Where to find all the tacos, tequila, and cerveza needed to celebrate the Mexican holiday. The post The 5 Best Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Around Denver appeared first on
The Book Club: “The Berry Pickers” and more short reviews from readers - Editor’s note: The opinions of the smart, well-read women in my Denver book club mean a lot, and often determine what the rest of us choose to pile onto our bedside tables. So we asked them, and all Denver Post readers, to share these mini-reviews with you.
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8 Ways to Celebrate Derby Day Around Denver - Don your most extravagant hat, order a mint julep, and pretend you’re at Churchill Downs during these Kentucky Derby events. The post 8 Ways to Celebrate Derby Day Around Denver appeared first on
Connie Benavidez Has Made Hundreds of Mexican Folklore Dresses By Hand for Her Nonprofit Dance Studio - Ballet Folklórico de la Raza offers affordable lessons while keeping the Mexican cultural dance alive. The post Connie Benavidez Has Made Hundreds of Mexican Folklore Dresses By Hand for Her Nonprofit Dance Studio appeared first on
4 Local Farmers’ Market Vendors for Home Goods and Accessories - Farmers’ markets aren’t just for farmers. As outdoor shopping season gets underway this month, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite Colorado artisans. The post 4 Local Farmers’ Market Vendors for Home Goods and Accessories appeared first on
Remembering Los Seis de Boulder On the 50th Anniversary of Their Deaths - The unsolved bombings that killed six activists in Boulder remain an open wound for Colorado’s Chicano community. The post Remembering Los Seis de Boulder On the 50th Anniversary of Their Deaths appeared first on
5 Places to Go In South Federal’s Far East Center - Earlier this year, the 49-year-old shopping plaza was added to the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties. The post 5 Places to Go In South Federal’s Far East Center appeared first on
Workers say Meow Wolf layoffs betray values, allege corporate disarray - But the Santa Fe-based entertainment company said it's simply responding to changing
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Best of Boulder 2024 - There are more than 40,000 businesses in Boulder County; some 8,000 in the city of Boulder alone. While the Boulder Weekly staff likes to think we’re plugged in, there are simply too many bars, restaurants, accountants, hair salons and gyms for us to
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Colorado lawmakers’ latest police oversight bill would protect whistleblowers from retaliation - Testimony from frontline police officers in Edgewater, Colorado Springs and Denver about retaliation they faced for reporting misconduct is driving state lawmakers’ latest effort at police oversight. But law enforcement leaders are pushing for changes to
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Best of Boulder 2024: Entertainment + Culture - Local celebrity Deion Sanders No shade to past winner Jared Polis, but Boulder finally has a bona fide celebrity to claim this spot. Coach Prime might not have (yet) scored a winning season for the Buffs (to say nothing of a national championship), but he
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How a lawsuit against high-end Mexican restaurant struck a chord with local chefs - Growing up in Chihuahua, Mexico, chef Dana Rodriguez was used to seeing rows of restaurants serving similar menus all next door to each
Storied Denver vinyl shop opens 2nd location in time for Record Store Day - "The record industry has had its ups and downs and we have been there for a lot of
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9 of the Best Adaptive Play Areas Around Denver - Kids of all ages and abilities can enjoy these accessible playgrounds and spaces. The post 9 of the Best Adaptive Play Areas Around Denver appeared first on
How did an out-of-state white guy win over a rural Colorado college with a dark, racist past? Ask Fort Lewis’s outgoing president. - Now, after nearly six years as Fort Lewis College’s president, Tom Stritikus is heading west, where he’ll serve as the head of Occidental College, a four-year liberal arts school in Los
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A&C events: April 11-18 - ON VIEW: Boulder Valley School District and the Dairy Arts Center present this annual showcase of works by local students and teachers during the BVSD High School and Faculty Exhibition. Mediums include painting, drawing, digital art, animation, ceramics
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Welton Street Cafe prepares to reopen as Denver’s historically Black business corridor fights to retain its legacy - Beloved family restaurant seeks to reestablish itself in Five Points' struggling business district after 2-year
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Denver chocolate shop celebrates Beyoncé album drop with “Cowboy Carter” confections - To the left, to the left, everything you own in a chocolate box to the
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I Tried Denver’s New AI Dating App So You Don’t Have To - On Volar, users train an artificially intelligent chatbot to do the hard work for them. What could go wrong? The post I Tried Denver’s New AI Dating App So You Don’t Have To appeared first on
The Oversimplified Guide to Buying Marijuana - A Denver Ganjier offers five tips to get the best blunt for your buck. The post The Oversimplified Guide to Buying Marijuana appeared first on
A Colorado auction house is selling Mexican antiquities. That nation’s leaders say they’re stolen. - Mexico’s first lady, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, also sounded the alarm over Thursday’s auction, writing in Spanish in a post on X that the pieces were “illegally stolen from our
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A fight to protect the dignity of Michelangelo’s David raises questions about freedom of expression - Michelangelo’s David has been a towering figure in Italian culture since its completion in 1504. But curators worry the marble statue’s religious and political significance is being diminished by the thousands of refrigerator magnets and other souvenirs
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