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  • Show and Tell: Bicycling
    Denver cyclists donned wacky outfits Saturday to ride in New Belgium Brewing's traveling Tour de Fat beerfest stopover in City Park. The day kicked off with a bike parade and ensuing...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Though New Belgium Brewing’s Tour de Fat travels to several cities each year, it still feels especially Denver-centric in a town where cyclists of every ilk ride side by side every day...
  • Backbeat: Backbeat Features
    Denver's City Park will host one of its first conventional music festivals this weekend. Chive Fest will bring two stages and eight artists, including Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    With 200 craft breweries in Colorado, it’s no surprise that out-of-state outfits want to cash in on this state’s thriving beer culture. Tonight in City Park, the Boston Beer...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    This is one of the busiest weekends of the summer by far. If you didn't make it on a camping trip, check out these staycation ideas. They're all practically free. Go to the beach, learn...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Here comes the weekend, and it sounds like the good weather alone will be reason to leave your house. But all the great activities scheduled around town provide dozens of other reasons --...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Today’s inaugural Denver Flea is part market, part party and all Colorado. Celebrating the locally owned and locally grown, this hip take on the traditional flea market will set up in...
  • Cafe Society: Culinary Events
    New Belgium's annual Tour de Fat, a daylong festival that features brews, bikes costumes and more, rolls out tomorrow at 11 a.m. near 21st Avenue and York Street in City Park. A parade will...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    For those not familiar with New Belgium Brewing's annual touring Tour de Fat celebration, the sight of local bicyclists parading down 17th Avenue from City Park in an array of costumes both...
  • Cafe Society: Photos
    The 2013 edition of Chipotle-sponsored Cultivate attracted twice as many people to City Park as the 2012 festival did -- a whopping 26,000 fans of good food and good music. But then, the...
  • Cafe Society: Culinary Events
    Denver's plate is full of culinary events this weekend, including Chipotle's Cultivate Festival, Heroes Against Hunger and multiple beer fests. Tonight, the Endless Summer Beer & Spirits...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Festival season is in full swing, with a wide variety of outdoor celebrations this weekend. From Chipotle's Cultivate Festival to the annual Lafayette Peach Fest, you have endless...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Not every fast-casual restaurant chain would go out on a limb to host a street festival on the scale of today’s Chipotle Cultivate Festival in City Park, but Chipotle, which opened its...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    A 5K race is challenging enough, but for those who want to push their limits, today’s first-ever Double Road Race Denver will test endurance with a 10K that will be followed...
  • Cafe Society: Beer Man
    City Park has always been a little wild. Denver's largest green space touches on more than a dozen urban neighborhoods and is home to lions, elephants, bald eagles and just about every form...
  • Show and Tell: Nature
    It's time to embrace the longest day of the year, to celebrate the first day of summer and the fact that it's still light enough to ride your bike at 8:30 p.m. and warm enough to eat ice...
  • Show and Tell: Bicycling
    The wheels are always turning in Denver, which just won the REI Cycling Town Showdown as the country's bike-friendliest city. Denver not only has great places to ride your bike, it also has...
  • Backbeat: This Just In
    After a damp, chilly edition of its annual Cultivate Fesitval last year featuring Best Coast, Okkervil River, Tennis and Grouplove, Chipotle is bringing its free shindig back to City Park...
  • Show and Tell: 3 for free
    Just because the weekend's over doesn't mean your free fun is. This week you can watch (or join) the Martin Luther King Marade, knit a pair of legwarmers while you watch Flashdance, and...
  • Show and Tell: Photos
    Warning: these photos are graphic. You may need to look away and take deep breaths. Denver brought out the worst of its eye-searing Christmas cardigans on Saturday at City Park for the 2012...
  • Show and Tell: Christmastime
    This Saturday, thousands of people will don their most garish Christmas sweater, head to City Park and participate in the first Denver Ugly Sweater Run. In honor of this auspicious display...
  • Cafe Society: Culinary Events
    Happy Friday! There's a full plate of appetizing events to look forward to once this work week is done. Here's a taste of what's on the culinary calendar:Saturday, October 6: Chipotle's...
  • Cafe Society: Culinary Events
    There are a variety of events on Denver's plate this week, including an excellent lineup of free music at Chipotle's fledgling Cultivate Festival -- a celebration of "food, ideas and music"...
  • Backbeat: This Just In
    How about a little Best Coast on your burrito with a side of Tennis? While this sounds more like a dish (See what we did there? Uh-huh, clever us) suited more for summer than fall, props...
  • Cafe Society: Culinary Events
    On Thursday, September 6, Dish, Westword's eighteenth annual food-and-drink festival, will fill the Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex with great entertainment, great...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Now that the Olympics are over, we can get back to playing games designed for the unprofessional, uncoordinated athlete in all of us — like kickball, for instance. And this afternoon,...
  • Show and Tell: Art
    Starting today, June 24, you can enjoy live jazz while you learn to paint in City Park. Every Sunday through the summer, Colors & Bottles offer $35 classes from 5 to 8 p.m., which happen...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    It may have felt like summer for the past few months, but now it's official. The season of ice cream trucks and bike riding has begun, and to celebrate, we have plenty of events, ten in...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    There's a lot to celebrate this weekend. And whether you're celebrating gay rights, dads, seeing Old School projected on a sports field...or all three!, there's plenty of fun to be had for...
  • Show and Tell: 10 for $10
    Down to your last ten dollars? Don't worry, there are plenty of things you can do this weekend that cost a Hamilton or less. Gawk at a performance artist living in a box, usher in summer at...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Even in fitness-fanatical Denver, running thirteen sweaty miles through the center of town can be an off-putting notion. Fortunately, the organizers of this year's Kaiser Permanente Colfax...
  • Show and Tell: Bicycling
    Along with all the other things that Denver is friendly for, bicycling is definitely at the top of the priority list. We have Denver's B-Cycle program, bike trails, designated bike lanes in...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    New Belgium Brewing’s Tour de Fat rolls into Denver today, bringing with it a whimsical bike parade, a killer music lineup and an estimated 10,000 people to the west end of City Park....
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Denver's public parks date back to the 1870s, when city planners and the state legislature had the foresight to pave the way -- or, rather, not pave the way -- for our current boom in...
  • The Latest Word: News
    On a comfortably brisk morning in City Park, thousands of people gathered to march in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We asked a few marchers of how to keep King's spirit and...
  • News: Columns
    When I was a pup coming up, if you made the East High School Boys' Varsity Soccer Team, you landed in City Park Lake. I do not know if this tradition persists, but ten years ago, it was a...

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