Brazil's Companhia Urbana De Dança will perform twice during the Biennial. (Photo courtesy of Biennial of the Americas)
Denver's Biennial of the Americas (July 14 to August 30) has a big mission: to inspire action and long-lasting relationships across the Americas through dialogue surrounding arts, culture, and civic interests. It's a worthy cause (and a mouthful), but what does it actually mean for the lay...
July 9 2015, 11:30 AM
Photo courtesy of Cherry Creek Arts Festival / Liz Levy Figueroa
Reaching its 25th anniversary isn't the only noteworthy number the Cherry Creek Arts Festival (July 3–5) is hitting this year. Before you start perusing the vast array of art in the sunshine this holiday weekend—don't forget your sunscreen!—take a look at some of these other momentous...
July 2 2015, 9:30 AM
Denver's Brown Palace Hotel. Photo by David Friedel / Flickr
Every city has its deep, dark secrets. Lucky for us, Denver wears the quirky bits of its history like a badge of honor—or at least the city's many tour guides do. We reached out to a few area guides to find out their favorite creepiest, funniest, craziest, or silliest Denver secrets. How many of...
June 23 2015, 10:00 AM
This is TJ Miller. Really.
—Courtesy of Funny or Die
Ever since he stole scene after scene as the deadpan oddball Marmaduke Brooker on the criminally short-lived sitcom Carpoolers, TJ Miller has been on our radar. Even though that show was unfortunately cancelled after a partial season in 2008, Miller's work in it has helped him find...
May 29 2015, 8:14 AM
You can't beat the mountains of Steamboat Springs for a yoga and adventure retreat. (Photo courtesy of the author)
Summer calendar looking bleak? Not anymore. There are enough events in Colorado to fill almost every day of the warm-weather months. We're highlighting a few of the newest offerings so you can keep being the hip one among your friends.
Applejack BrewDown and Block Party: One of the city's...
May 28 2015, 9:28 AM
Denver’s nickname, the "Mile High City," is due to a quirk of topography.
Although most of downtown Denver is situated just below 5,280 feet in elevation, the adjacent Capitol Hill district sits on a slightly higher knoll. As a result, the historic Capitol, with its glistening, 24-karat-gold-...
May 26 2015, 11:45 AM
—Photograph by Madison Carroll
As the mercury soars, so does the fun. With new festivals and farmers’ markets, backyard barbecues, and perfect patios, there’s always something going down in Denver when things turn hot.
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PATIOS: An Hour-By-Hour Guide to Catching Rays (Or Avoiding Them) ...
Knomad Colab's recent installation in Boulder, Colorado. —All photos courtesy of Katy Flaccavento and Zachary Gillerlain
In 2012, Katy Flaccavento and Zachary Gillerlain seemed to have everything figured out. Flaccavento was working on her Master of Fine Arts degree, while Gillerlain was finishing his doctorate in operations management, both at the University of Cincinnati. The duo had collaborated in music and art...
April 20 2015, 11:15 AM