Cheers to the 2003 winners! Raise your glasses to more than 250 things that make Denver a great place to live. While we hope you’ll discover some new businesses, people, and places, we’re sure this year’s list also highlights a few old favorites.
The editors’ choices were selected by a team of 5280 editors and writers. And our readers spoke their minds by filling out hundreds of ballots (published in the December/January and February/March issues). Whether you’re a newcomer or a native, whatever you’re in the market for, we’ve got the goods.
And you thought all the good ones were taken.
Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match. With all the dating services around town these days, you’d think all of Denver was paired up by now. As if! Without dropping a dime on professional services, we found 24 amazing people, each one of them a catch.
It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. So, for the third year in a row, we took on the task of finding Denver’s top singles. Our in-boxes were jammed with nominations and the phone was ringing off the hook while we filled our calendars with “blind dates.”
So, who are Denver’s most eligibles? A redhead, a base jumper, a surgeon, a dancer, a former White House staffer, a Wino, a woman who knows the score and a man who won’t kiss on the first date, an overachiever, a pool shark, a Chip off the old block, a Broncos insider, a social worker, two women who are dialed in, a chef, two designers, a healer, a hairstylist, the life of the party, a car collector, a woman who chills in Jamaica, and a Guy with a voice like Barry White.
What more could you ask for?
Highland Hootenanny - Crowds gather at this Estes Park Festival to revel in their Scottish and Irish roots. Bagpipes, dances, hammer tossing contests, jousting, beer, whiskey, and lots of plaid attract more than 60,000 people each year. Scottish, Irish, or not, this festival is a rousing good time every september.
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