Margaret Tobin Brown was not the perky, Debbie Reynolds-like character from The Unsinkable Molly Brown. In fact, she was not even known as Molly when she lived in Denver. The "Indomitable Mrs. James J. Brown" might have been a better nickname, since despite being snubbed by this city's society maven ... More >>
Back in April, when representatives of the Republican National Committee were touring Denver to determine if it would make a good location for the 2016 GOP convention, we came up with a list of ten alternative Denver places to take them -- including the city's dankest corner and the newly remodeled ... More >>
For the updated version of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, which will kick off the new Denver Center Theatre Company season this fall, the DCTC has cast Beth Malone, an unsinkable Colorado native, in the starring role. Malone began her career as a teenager playing roles at the Country Dinner Playhouse a ... More >>
Though Molly Brown's fame lies with the sinking of the Titanic, the Molly Brown House Museum's summer exhibit, "A Call to Arms," aims to show her place in history beyond the boat by focusing on her involvement in World War I. Some of the artifacts include several original Red Cross nurses uniforms ... More >>
Whether you lay claim to an Irish heritage or not, St. Patrick's Day has become a holiday for everyone. In Colorado, we've got plenty of Celtic pride to go around, beginning with a gathering at the Molly Brown House tonight and continuing through Monday with block parties, pub crawls, parades and mo ... More >>
Last month, we shared a post about Denver's top twelve tourist attractions based on attendance, as calculated by Visit Denver. But what about those places that are well worth checking out but aren't nearly as well known as Red Rocks and the 16th Street Mall? Visit Denver's Denver.org site features ... More >>
If last year's inaugural Denver County Fair was a grand experiment, this year's "is going to blow the first one out of the water on all counts!" says DCF maestra Dana Cain. That's because Cain's mental notepad was a cover-to-cover frenzy of new ideas and lessons learned by the time the 2011 event wa ... More >>
Mrs. J. J. Brown was never known as Molly. She cared much more about helping the poor in turn-of-the-last-century Denver than she did with crashing what passed for high society. She did not strip to her corset while rowing lifeboat #6 after the sinking of the Titanic, although she kept the group goi ... More >>
Visit Denver has a new mobile app designed to lure vacationers to Mile High City hotspots through a series of "dares:" Complete a "Denver Dare" and you'll earn a Facebook badge. So what are these terrifying tasks, these death-defying deeds? Here's a hint: One of them involves the Celestial Seasoning ... More >>
Sure, there are Martians living under Denver International Airport, and the New World Order has concentration camps there. Still, all the conspiracy theories about DIA don't hold a candelabra to the flotilla of rumors floating around the hundredth anniversary of the Titanic tragedy. And we're not ju ... More >>
You know we're getting closer to summer when you can start taking day trips for food-related festivals -- like this week's Colorado BBQ Challenge and Strawberry Days -- or even just lunch trips, such as the Civic Center Eats program. All that and more is on the menu this week: Monday, June 1 ... More >>
The Molly Brown House dares to mention the unmentionable.
Museums stay open for one special night.
Photo by Rob Lowell Are you one of those people who loves to talk, but no one wants to listen? Well, we've got good news for you: There are at least three organizations in Denver that want your story.
The Molly Brown House Museum goes political.
A new documentary revisits Molly Brown.
The Titanic sets sail.
The Black Pack shatters labels with laughter.
DMNS launches a new intergalactic exhibit
June 24 - 30, 1999