Last fall, city representatives argued that building large terraces on the south side of Red Rocks Amphitheater was an absolutely vital part of a proposal intended to raise the venerable venue's standards to the level demanded by today's persnickety consumers and, not coincidentally, to prevent the entire place from winding up as a heap of rubble at the base of the foothills. So why did the renovation design passed on January 11 by the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission contain no mention... More >>>