Two beer festivals and a boozy dog wash with the Rollergirls are just the start of the fun this weekend. The Viewhouse is throwing a fantasy football party, Latke Love is popping up again...and there's plenty more. Keep reading for a taste of what's on the culinary calendar this weekend. See also:N ... More >>
With the Fourth of July holiday landing on a Friday this year, Colorado will be home to patriotic celebrations full of music, food, fun and fireworks (of course) all weekend long. We've rounded up twenty of the best family-friendly spots to celebrate, whether right here in the city, on the plains or ... More >>
This Saturday will mark one year since a gunman opened fire at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora -- a tragedy that took the lives of twelve people and left seventy more wounded. The city of Aurora will remember that day with a slate of events that includes a community gatheri ... More >>
Update, July 20, 5:45 p.m.: There are now two vigils planned for the victims of the Aurora Century 16 theater shooting. One, at 7 p.m. tonight, is being hosted by local clergy members, according to Aurora Representative Rhonda Fields, who announced this morning that she'd be hosting a vigil tonight. ... More >>
In the cavernous central hall of the Aurora Municipal Center are portraits of the 85 men and women from Colorado who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. In the corner of each of their service portraits is a photo that their family submitted to the project called Remembering Our Fallen, curated ... More >>
What's next? Cows will get to cast ballots in Aurora? The Libertarian Party -- like the National Western Stock Show, an institution that got its start in Colorado -- is concerned that Aurora is about to give voting rights to a corporation: Gaylord Entertainment, the out-of-state company tryin ... More >>
Marcus Samuelsson heats up Frasca.There are cooking classes, specialty dinners and wine events galore this week, including tonight's weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner at Frasca Food & Wine, 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder, which is pulling out all the stops: Attendees will enjoy a special four-cou ... More >>
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Great photos by John Cohen at Singer, and quirky scratchboards by Jason Needham at Zip 37.
The fate of classic modern architecture in the suburbs is now at a crossroads.