—Image courtesy of the Molly Brown House Museum
A house more than 100 years old is bound to have its ghost stories. The famed Molly Brown House Museum, which was built in 1889, is no exception. The house has changed hands many times—it's been a private residence, an apartment complex for young men, and a home for wayward girls. Now, as...
February 9 2016, 9:30 AM
If you don't get these cultural references, this is probably not the show for you.
There was a time when MTV was all about music. Instead of shows like Catfish and Teen Mom, people tuned in to watch the latest music videos from their favorite musicians, or to hear said musicians talk about their latest album or tour.
If you read that and thought, "Those were the days," then I...
January 28 2016, 4:30 PM
Mingling after-hours at the Denver Art Museum during last year's "Art of" event (photo courtesy of CultureHaus)
It's no secret that Denverites have a thing for handcrafted, locally made wares. One needn't look beyond the packed stalls at the Denver Flea or crowded streets during any farmers' market as proof. So it makes perfect sense that CultureHaus—the young professional arm of the ...
January 21 2016, 9:30 AM
Sculpture Park and the Denver Performing Arts Complex, as seen from Speer Boulevard. This park is about to get quite the facelift. —Courtesy of Denver Arts & Venues, photo by Jordan Bishop
Downtown Denver has changed a lot in the six years since I started working at 5280's LoDo office. Non-chain restaurants and boutiques started filling the city blocks, and more companies were drawn to an area that was once (not so long ago) considered undesirable. Then, of course, came the...
January 13 2016, 11:41 AM
Seats from the old Mile High Stadium —Courtesy of History Colorado
History Colorado has turned the New Year’s adage of “Out with the old, in with the new” on its head.
Instead of cleaning house, the state agency greeted 2016 by painstakingly sorting through the millions of historical documents, relics, and images in its care, picking out a choice few to unveil...
January 7 2016, 2:50 PM
The bronze statue of Casey Tibbs riding the infamous horse Necktie outside the ProRodeo Hall of Fame.
—Courtesy of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame
Forget the Wild West—rodeos are very much alive and kickin’ across the western U.S., including in Colorado. Our state hosts more than 25 rodeos each year, including one held in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show, which will take place at Denver’s National Western Complex from...
January 4 2016, 12:00 PM
Family still grumpy that you didn't manage to get tickets to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens?" Earn back a little bit of their love at "One Man Star Wars Trilogy" at Lone Tree Arts Center.
So the whole family came in for the holidays—and they're sticking around for a few extra days. Need an excuse to get everyone out of the house for a couple hours? Here are nine ideas for where to send them. Caveat: These cultural events sound so great, you may decide to tag along. (Sorry.)
December 28 2015, 9:30 AM
The brand-new Valor Center (pictured to the left) provides students at Valor Christian High School with a state-of-the-art cultural facility for learning and performing.
—All images courtesy of the Valor Center
Former University of Denver hockey coach George Gwozdecky isn't the only exciting addition to the Valor Christian High School campus this year. In October, The Valor Center—a $35 million, 83,000-square-foot, arts-focused addition to the Highlands Ranch campus—opened its doors. Within, you...
December 3 2015, 10:22 AM