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  • Support Your Neighbors

    published November 26, 2009

    In the two years since it started, the Mile High Business Alliance has taken a real leap forward in its quest to promote local businesses and... More >>

  • Let There Be Lights

    published November 26, 2009

    The traditional highlights of downtown’s annual Grand Illumination, which begins tonight at 6 p.m., are the two extravaganzas at... More >>

  • Stacking the Odds

    published November 26, 2009

    Many adults in Denver, including Snooze owner/manager Jon Schlegel, fondly remember attending the Parade of Lights, a tradition for the last 35... More >>

  • Homes, Sweet Homes

    published November 26, 2009

    I’ve always been a house-watcher. Luckily, Denver has a wonderful trove of old homes to watch: Blessed with a built-in elegance, the... More >>

  • Thrill of the Grill

    published November 26, 2009

    This season hasn’t been stellar for the Buffs — and the Cornhuskers haven’t exactly been tearing up the field in 2009, either. But... More >>

  • A Beaut in the Butte

    published November 26, 2009

    The snow in Crested Butte this year is “fantastic!,” says Janelle Smiley of the Crested Butte Nordic Center. Last week, two feet fell at... More >>

  • Santastic Saturday

    published November 26, 2009

    “When the Buckingham Square Mall first opened, it’s said that there was a Santa Claus convention in town,” says Gayle Jetchick of... More >>

  • Lights, Action!

    published November 19, 2009

    One can only hope that this will be the beginning of a beautiful relationship: The Museum of Outdoor Arts and Hudson Gardens are teaming up this... More >>

  • Ride the Rails

    published November 19, 2009

    Forget about that bumper-to-bumper winter-weekend drive to and from the high country. Today, Rocky Mountain region pro-am boarders will be riding... More >>

  • Strike Forth

    published November 19, 2009

    It’s only right that a benefit for the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights organization, should have a wedding... More >>

  • Home Grown

    published November 19, 2009

    Against the backdrop of the Starz Denver Film Festival and all its attendant hoopla, local company Listen Productions will stage its own mini-fest... More >>

  • It Takes a Village

    published November 19, 2009

    I still remember the first time I ate at Rosa Linda’s Mexican Cafe, years ago. It wasn’t much to look at, particularly then, but... More >>

  • Kid Stuff

    published November 19, 2009

    Every parent has the same experience. When you look at your own child, you see the most beautiful creature in the universe, an ever-changing... More >>

  • Slumdog, Denver Style

    published November 19, 2009

    Bollywood is big business these days: First it was Slumdog Millionaire, then the Oscars, and the next thing you know, the East Indian dance... More >>

  • Denver Arts Week, Day 8: Art you can eat

    published Nov 13, 2009

    Little-known fact about Denver Arts Week? Along with fine art, theater, dance, music and all that good stuff, the culinary arts also figure into the community event's general cultural blend. And here ... More >>

  • Denver Arts Week, Day 7

    published Nov 12, 2009

    Get inside the heads of a group of top local Chicano artists who work in a variety of media at tonight's 7 Minutos slide jam, hosted by Westword favorite Jerry Vigil and featuring Al Cardenas, digital... More >>

  • Denver Arts Week, Day 6

    published Nov 11, 2009

    Celebrate Denver Arts Week by giving in to the printed word tonight, when author and journalist Arial Sabar speaks and signs his National Book Award-winner, My Father's Paradise: A Son's Search for Hi... More >>

  • Cine City

    published November 12, 2009

    This year’s Starz Denver Film Festival, subtitled “Destination: Anywhere,” promises to generate the usual high level of... More >>

  • Cool Prospects

    published November 12, 2009

    Are you cool? Or, more important, do you want to be cool? Author Ted Gioia (author of The History of Jazz and other music-related tomes)... More >>

  • Different Drummers

    published November 12, 2009

    In 2008, the Bronx-based Universes ensemble came to town as part of the National Performing Arts Convention, offering a reading of... More >>

  • The Lab Is Dead. Long Live the Lab!

    published November 12, 2009

    When Tran Wills first sent out the word that she’d be closing the doors of her six-year-old indie fashion boutique, the Fabric Lab, at the... More >>

  • Season’s Greeting

    published November 12, 2009

    Ski bums, it’s here: The 18th annual Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo is back, promising the usual bargains and the latest snow-sports... More >>

  • Golden Opportunity

    published November 12, 2009

    One of the region's most extensive holiday sales, the Foothills Art Center Holiday Art Market, has downsized a bit, says market manager Jen... More >>

  • Girls’ Day Out

    published November 12, 2009

    I love the annual Gifts for Yule holiday sale more than just about anything, at least anything that has to do with shopping, and... More >>

  • Violins in the Streets

    published November 12, 2009

    Mark Wood is a toothpick of a man, a driven, wild-haired rock star with a Flying V-shaped electric violin (it’s called a Viper, kids). Best... More >>

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