—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) ...
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1. Get out: Tackle an Urban Adventure
Why you should go: This month’s cover story compiles 50 (yes, 50!) near-to-home adventures. What are you waiting for? Get going.
Details: Your choice, Front Range
2. Get Involved: Amp the Cause’s 10th Annual Community Day
Why you should...
April 1 2015, 9:30 AM
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As the sun climbs higher in the sky, it’s time to start ramping up mileage on your running schedule. Whether you’re training for a mountain run or dreaming of finishing your first marathon, signing up for one (or all!) of these events will keep you moving throughout mud season.
March 4 2015, 10:00 AM
The exterior of ReZENed, a small store for hardened collectors of vintage goods and casual buyers alike.
Neighborhood: City Park
Go For: Previously loved home goods—from couches to vintage bottle openers. The store also stocks new items that make perfect gifts, like $27 Traviata candles, which burn for 80 hours, or the hand-knitted headbands manager Alanna Fernandez makes herself. Manager...
March 2 2015, 4:00 PM
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Colorado I Have a Dream 26th Annual Gala: For only $484, the Colorado “I Have a Dream” Foundation can provide 10 children with an after-school program for an entire month. This is just one way the foundation helps Denver’s most at-risk youth succeed through its 12-year program...
October 27 2014, 3:00 PM
THE NEIGHBORHOOD: CITY PARK WEST
This official neighborhood is just west of City Park, Denver’s largest park. But the hot-hot-hot dining scene is what this neighborhood is better known for—especially recently. Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center also sits smack-dab in the middle of the...
July 16 2014, 9:30 AM
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Whether you'd like to save wildlife, restore wilderness, or celebrate culture, there are plenty of ways to get involved this week.
Flood Restoration: During last year’s devastating floods, some of the most popular trails in Golden’s White Ranch Park were swept away. Lace up your boots this...
July 7 2014, 11:00 AM
Early this year, as we began to dial up real estate agents to get a sense for what was happening in the Denver market, it quickly became clear that things weren't all that different from a year ago. By way of explaining the situation, one agent suggested we think of the movie Groundhog Day...
April 28 2014, 4:30 PM