See stunning aerial landscape photography at Sync Gallery this week.
—Image courtesy of Steve Keating.
Dos Casas, April 13
Thirteen local chefs, six unique courses, and 50 bottles of wine will lure you to this culinary extravaganza—but eating for a cause is the true draw. Jamey Fader of Lola Mexican Fish House commands a cadre of talented chefs from well-known restaurants, including Paul C....
April 13 2016, 12:37 PM
Bear Creek Lake Park
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1. Doors Open Denver | April 23–24
Why: From art pop-ups on the Clyfford Still museum lawn to jazz at Union Station and a play premiere at the Byers-Evans House, this annual event pairs architecture and art in fascinating—and free!—ways.
2. Earth Day Project at Bear Creek Lake Park | April 23...
April 6 2016, 2:10 PM
Celebrate the Denver Tool Library's first birthday with live rock music from Strange American and Safe Boating is No Accident. —Image courtesy of Cherie Courtade.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, March 31
Don your best blue jeans and clock out early; America's perennial blue collar hero is back on tour, and he's got Denver dancing in the dark. The 66-year-old, 20-time Grammy Award–winning, New Jersey native and his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-...
March 30 2016, 3:00 PM
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Prairie Crossroad, March 24-April 15
Morgan County might be a small community (nestled in the eastern plains of Colorado, it's home to slightly more than 28,000 people), but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in diversity. It is this fact that brought poet Hilary DePolo and photographer...
March 23 2016, 1:00 PM
Thirsty Lion's Irish Beer Flight. —Photo by Lucy Beaugard
There’s no need for luck or even to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. No matter your heritage, everyone is encouraged to dress in green, eat creative takes on corned beef and cabbage, drink festive beers, and celebrate the Irish way. Here are some specials and events taking place around...
March 15 2016, 10:58 AM
Visit Goldyn this week for a collection of surreal collages by Denver artist Mario Zoots. —Image courtesy of Courtney Parker
Preschool Nature Nuts: Rascally Raccoons, March 9
Let the little ones learn about (and play like) a curious woodland creature with the guidance of naturalist Heidi Skiba. Kids ages three to five years old will craft a raccoon mask, hear animal-themed tales, and play interactive games to...
March 9 2016, 11:35 AM
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Technically Colorado Day is August 1, the date our state formally joined the Union back in 1876. But the Centennial State is so badass—seriously, U.S. News and World Report just named Denver the best place to live in the entire country—that we celebrate our state on a second day, too: March 3, or...
March 3 2016, 9:45 AM
—Photo by Lucy Beaugard
1. Watch the St. Patrick’s Day Parade | Mar. 12
Why: We don’t know when St. Patrick’s Day became a multi-day celebration, but you probably won’t be complaining while dressed in your best greens along this festive parade route.
2. See the Colorado Ballet and Clyfford Still Museum...
March 2 2016, 2:00 PM