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  • Cafe Society: Booze News
    If only "Mountain Mirage," the public art piece that once graced the center of the Jeppesen Terminal at Denver International Airport, were still in business, we might have beer shooting...
  • Show and Tell: Art
    There are secrets behind the public art pieces at Denver International Airport -- and it's not what conspiracy theorists would have you believe. We checked in with DIA Exhibitions...
  • Show and Tell: Art
    When people travel through Denver International Airport, they're rarely thinking about the art there. Typically, a travelers are more concerned with cramming McDonald's hash browns into...
  • Show and Tell: Double-shot double take
    You can find art all over town -- not just on gallery walls. In this series, we'll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery...
  • Cafe Society: Comment of the Day
    It's been a big week for Denver International Airport. First, it was proclaimed the airport with the healthiest food in the country. And yesterday, USA Today readers voted it the best U.S....
  • The Latest Word: Calhoun: Wake-Up Call
    Was it "Mustang" that killed the competition -- just as the sculpture killed its creator, Luis Jimenez? Maybe it was Terry Allen's bronze gargoyles by baggage claim that had victory in the...
  • The Latest Word: Calhoun: Wake-Up Call
    Denver International Airport's new cell-phone waiting lot, Final Approach, has gotten raves since it opened on September 24: Dunkin' Donuts! Free wifi! Even indoor bathrooms, to replace the...
  • Show and Tell: Art
    Even as the third annual US Pro Challenge takes off from Aspen today, a bicycle-art show is taking off a Denver International Airport. Using bicycles, artists have created representation of...
  • Show and Tell: Art
    As we head into the Super Bowl, most Broncos fans are still smarting from our defeat by the Ravens, who are playing in our place. And we're asking ourselves, "What do we need to get over the...
  • The Latest Word: Art
    Do you love the Denver International Airport's demon horse? Do you hate it? (Do you just want to dress up a paper doll version of it?) In this week's feature story, "Yay or Neigh," we take a...
  • Show and Tell: Popular Culture
    Love it? Loathe it? Chances are good that you've got an opinion about the giant blue "Mustang" statue at the Denver International Airport. (Only slightly slimmer are the chances that you...
  • Show and Tell: Architecture
    As light rail expands full force to the east and to the west of Denver and the B-cycle bike sharing program builds in Denver and Boulder, it's clear that Colorado is embracing a desire for...
  • Show and Tell: Arts and Culture
    The Denver Art Museum's monthly Untitled series is a study in opposites: Half of its format is instantly recognizable, and the other half -- well, you never know what to expect. That is in...
  • The Latest Word: Comment of the Day
    Overnight, the unnamed woman who stripped at Denver International Airport has become Colorado's biggest celebrity, responsible for the most-viewed item on TMZ. The would-be traveler, who was...
  • Show and Tell: Follow That Story
    If these walls could talk. Barack Obama left town yesterday without going anywhere near Denver International Airport. After barely three hours on the ground in Denver, which was part of a...
  • Cafe Society: The Dish
    We've always been pretty cranky about the lack of Colorado-centric food items at Denver International Airport -- especially Colorado-centric food items that visitors can take back home as...
  • Cafe Society: The Dish
    We've carped plenty about the lack of Colorado-created items at Denver International Airport, and a new program will not only introduce a few state-specific retail outlets, but will also be...
  • Culture: Art
    Denver made international architecture news last week when Spanish-born Santiago Calatrava came to town to unveil his designs for the expansion of Denver International Airport. An engineer...
  • News: Columns
    Welcome to Denver," chirps Mayor John Hickenlooper as the train pulls into the terminal at Denver International Airport. "The Mile High City." But the fun doesn't stop at 5,280 feet —...
  • News: Featured Stories
    Before the late-night jokes about the baggage system, before the opening-day snowstorm and the seven-hour breakdown of the train system on Black Sunday, and long before the 9/11 attacks...
  • News: Columns
    At Greetings From Colorado, a store on the A concourse of Denver International Airport, don't expect to find many actual Colorado greetings. Yes, there are cards from Leanin' Tree, the...
  • News: Columns
    What does Colorado look like to you? To American Airlines passengers stuck at Denver International Airport last week, it must have looked like the back of that fleece the guy ahead of them...
  • News: Columns
    Just in time for the holiday crush, Denver International Airport has a new attraction — and no, it's not the bathroom where Idaho senator Larry Craig reportedly issued another one of...
  • News: Feedback
    "The Plane Truth," Jared Jacang Maher, August 30 The Truth Is Out There — Waaay Out There Jared Jacang Maher's "The Plane Truth" was an excellent article! It shows that many...
  • News: Featured Stories
    "Have you ever been through the Denver airport? It's strange. It's one of the busiest, but I'm telling you, it's weird. There's a firestorm of people talking about this thing." Especially...
  • Dining: Columns
    Tax audits, invasive surgery, DIA over the holidays. Sadly, although people try to avoid such horrors at all costs, it's impossible. On my last trip to DIA, I stood in line for what seemed...
  • Dining: Columns
    Apparently the only Ted-free place in town is Denver International Airport. These days, you can't turn on the television or open the paper without seeing that single word emblazoned on a...

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Welcome to the world’s 11th-busiest airport – the gateway to Colorado and the West. Denver International Airport welcomes its air travelers with safety and efficiency, operating with as much environmental consciousness as possible, while providing the third-most nonstop flight destinations in the United States. DEN’s goal is to serve its best client - you.

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