When it opens this summer, Avanti Food & Beverage will redefine the notion of a food court. Partially built out of shipping containers (what else?), the two-story complex’s seven spaces will host a rotating collection of inventive eateries. The first round (leases last anywhere from 12 months...
—Courtesy of Hardy Klahold Photography
Maggie Burns has designed evening gowns for the Oscars and some of the wardrobe for an upcoming Jessica Alba flick (Dear Eleanor). But Burns’ Marie-Margot Couture—the French version of Burns’ full name, Mary Margaret—is best-known for its custom wedding dresses. Now the Denver designer is...
—Courtesy of Paul Miller
First Friday At Robischon Gallery
Fashion rules once claimed blue and green should never be seen together. (Yeah, it was a head-scratcher for us, too.) But for a modern statement—like many of the pieces in the gallery—the pairing makes a sharp-looking mix this season.
New England Shirt Co....
—Courtesy of Historic Elitch Gardens Theatre Foundation
When the last actor stepped off the Historic Elitch Theatre stage in 1991, the 100-year-old institution’s future stood in limbo. But in 2013, city, county, and private benefactors raised $530,000 for improvements to help push the landmark into its second act as a functional theater. (Shows begin in...
—Courtesy of Michael Grab
Michael Grab speaks English exclusively, but there’s one question he understands in multiple languages: “Are those rocks glued?” The 30-year-old Boulder artist has gained international fame for his precisely balanced stone sculptures, some of which are nine feet tall. In June, the University of...
—Courtesy of James Florio Photography
In 2005, a growing number of galleries on the stretch of Tennyson Street between 38th and 46th helped earn the area “cultural arts district” status. With all of the new restaurants and bars opening on Tennyson these days, though, this funky little Northwest Denver strip looks poised to become an...
—Photography by Jeff Nelson
With so much grandeur to see and so many high-elevation vantage points from which to see it, Coloradans can become immune to the natural beauty that surrounds them. Not at Cloud Camp. Here, the 360-degree panorama of Pikes Peak to the north, the Rockies to the west, and the plains to the east...
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Game of Thrones Season 5 hits HBO this month. Nonsubscribers can catch up on the pop culture hit by borrowing a copy of the last season from the library; they just might have to wait a bit.
50: DVD copies of Game of Thrones Season 4 owned by Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL)...