It's been an up-and-down month or so for B-cycle. In late May, a software upgrade caused the credit-card system to fail on one of the busiest downtown Denver weekends of the year -- and the inability to get it repaired in a timely manner prompted the cancellation of a promotion that would have allow ... More >>
#70: Mare Trevathan Mare Trevathan gets around. The theatrical jill-of-all-trades works her chosen field from every angle: as an actor, director, teacher, talking-book reader, collaborator and public-relations expert, going from one spotlight to another as the muse moves her. Trevathan is not only ... More >>
Update:Ex-L.A. cop Christopher Dorner has been the subject of a massive manhunt for more than a week after allegedly killing three , including former Denver resident Keith Lawrence; see previous coverage below. Now, the crisis appears at an end, with charred remains found in a gutted California cabi ... 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 >>
Nineteen hours after James Holmes fired shots during a midnight screening of The Dark Night Rises -- bringing national media attention to Aurora and Colorado -- hundreds gathered near the Aurora Town Center Century 16 this evening to honor the twelve individuals who died and dozens more who were inj ... More >>
Denver Parks and Recreation is holding open houses at its recreation centers to showcase their amenities "and hopefully gain some new members and excite our existing members about what we have to offer," says spokeswoman Angela Casias. Since Parks and Rec increased its fees in January, membership ha ... More >>
Does anyone ever want to wake up early on a Sunday? May 20 could be the day to try. The Kaiser Permanente Colfax Marathon will hit the street for the seventh year in a row this Sunday, and even if you're not joining the hordes of runners, there's plenty of fun on the sidelines. In fact, this unique ... More >>
Michael Hancock. After spending the morning with W., Mayor Michael Hancock (who the former president said was classy), launched his Denver Education Compact, a committee of big brains set to tackle the city's school system, which graduated just 51.8 percent of students on time last year. Hanc ... More >>
The party so bright you've gotta wear shades! Don't be caught with your bib-pants down when the EPIC Foundation's eighth annual 80s Ski Party rolls into town next week: This year every Goodwill store in the metro region sent its '80s ski stock to the Goodwill locations at 21 South Broadway an ... More >>
Everybody knows that, in this town, if you're riding your bike around during the day and you're not decked out in blaring, full-body lycra, you are doing it wrong. At night, though, all bets are off. This weekend, the Kaiser Permanente Moonlight Classic once again took off from the state Capi ... More >>
Kick it! Local photographer Terry "The Rat" Ratzlaff -- best known for his snowboarding and action sports photography -- is one of ten featured artists at tonight's 1st annual Sole Food art show presented by Division West at Black Book Gallery, 555 Santa Fe Drive, from 6 p.m. to midnight. Ra ... More >>
It's been raining all week, which means everyone out there is probably getting a little antsy to get out into the world after holing up at home and ordering pizza. It also happens to be Friday the 13th, which, for anyone with a superstitious streak, means staying in for the day despite the fa ... More >>
A Flickr photo.This could be you tomorrow! Denver weathermen are predicting this weekend will be hot, hot, hot. But fear not, not, not! (Sorry, couldn't help myself...) The city's sixteen outdoor pools open tomorrow at noon, just in time to beat the near-ninety degree heat. It's too bad the ... More >>
Tonight, garden designer and cookbook author Lucinda Hutson will speak at the Denver Botanic Gardens, 1005 York Street, as part of the Bonfils-Stanton Lecture Series. The garden will host an herb-garden tour at 5:15 and a Slow Food Denver tasting at 6 p.m.; the lecture starts at 7. Admission ... More >>
A Flickr photo.Between the craft beer, anniversary parties and benefit events, there's plenty to fill your plate with foodie events this week. Here's a taste of what's coming up: Monday, May 17: Celebrate American Craft Beer Week, which highlights the industry and culture of craft beer, th ... More >>
According to Mel Pomponio, the Denver Newspaper Guild chair for the Rocky Mountain News, former staffers of the shuttered tabloid will no longer be employed by E.W. Scripps, the Rocky's owner, after today. It's fortunate, then, that a severance package under negotiation for nearly two months, is fin ... More >>
There may be something in Rocky Mountain spring water, but Milwaukee is already buzzing about the future headquarters for Miller and Coors.
Day Two Event Spotlight Today is all about the music. So make sure you catch as many great acts as you can before the fair ends tonight at 7:00 Music Schedule Main Stage 10:00 10:30 People's Fair Ladies Lounge 10:40 11:20 Burgandy Brown 11:30 12:15 Steve Crenshaw and the Blues Shop 12:30 1 ... More >>
Day One Event Spotlight Street Side Mural Project -- If you never experience live art, this is worth checking out. Local artist will create five murals each with its own unique theme. The murals will be located across from the Performance and Cultural Stage Music Schedule Main Stage ... More >>
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