Santa's Parade of Lights starts this weekend, but with all the crowds downtown, you might not get close enough to the Denver City and County Building to see what a mishmash has been installed on the steps -- the better to balance the nativity scene and help the city avoid a pesky lawsuit. Yes, the g ... More >>
How will Denver's ban of all outdoor advertising for medical marijuana businesses -- approved last night in a quick, unanimous vote by Denver City council members -- be enforced? A note sent to councilmembers last week by Tom Downey, head of the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses, gives some c ... More >>
Last month, we told you about a Medical Marijuana Industry Group-proposed citywide ban on outdoor MMJ advertising that was being kicked around by Denver City Council. That idea didn't materialize, but a bill banning advertising near schools and parks is moving forward.
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There's a silence that falls over the crowd somewhere between 4:19 p.m. and 4:21 p.m.
It's not in memorial of anyone. And it's not because of anything anyone on stage said -- most people in attendance cou ... More >>
Susan Shepherd.This weekend, in a crowd estimated between 2,000 and 4,000 people, Susan Shepherd managed to stand out. The Denver City council member represents District 1 in an official capacity, but in the few days since her first rally with Occupy Denver, she has stepped out as a staunch s ... More >>
Big pics below.The newest service at the Denver Human Services Building is a completely volunteer and donation-based project known as The GIVE Denver Center.
Stationed on the first floor of DHS at 1200 Federal Boulevard, this small spot is doing big things for the people of Denver.
The fight over the current urban homesteading movement can sometimes seem as heated as the battles between homesteaders and cattle ranchers on the frontier 130 years ago.
And the feathers will be flying tonight at Denver City Council chambers, as members consider putting a chicken in every p ... More >>
A sub-arctic wind followed me into the Denver City and County Building Tuesday, whipping past the two clearly frigid security guards working the metal detector into the already the drafty foyer.
I jokingly asked one guard where her gloves were as she shivered with her hand tucked into the ar ... More >>
Just as traditional as its tackiness is the duration of the annual holiday display at the Denver City and County Building: Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus and that weird Santa Helper Hoedown always stick around through the Stock Show, to stun and amaze every visitor to town. But not this year.
Denver's holiday display wasn't always such an orgy of bad taste. Back in 1935, just three years after the Denver City and County Building was completed, muralist Louise Emerson Ronnebeck created a 76-foot-long Nativity painting for its pediment -- a painting that has since gone missing. What ... More >>
As people who think about, talk about, listen to and make music, the most common question we encounter is, "What are you listening to right now?" So whether you're looking for recommendations, trying to get a feel for our individual sensibilities, or are just curious, we've compiled a list of ... More >>
Last night, for the first time in eight weeks, the garish holiday lighting of the Denver City and County Building was not my night-light. That's because the city had finally flicked the switch, turning off the display at City Hall and packing up everything on the steps: Rudolph and his fellow ... More >>
Dixons packaged itself for the holidays.Twenty-seven businesses entered the first annual LoDo Aglow: Scenes of the Season window-decorating contest, lighting up for the holidays (and through the Stock Show, like the Denver City and County Building).
And the winners, announced this week by t ... More >>
"MATTER: Disregarding the barriers between design and art since 1999." That's the motto of MATTER, the fast-forward local design studio masterminded by Rick Griffith -- and it perfectly describes the show Griffith has hung in the fourth-floor Jury Selection Room at the Denver City and County Build ... More >>