Help young scientists and makers explore hands-on learning activities by volunteering at the Rocky Mountain STEAM Fest. —Image courtesy of 23rd Street Studio
Facial Hair Friendly Cities Tour: If you’re currently sporting a ’stache, this hairy charity event is for you. Visit the Wahl mobile barber shop this weekend and get your beard trimmed for a good cause. $1 from every free haircut will benefit ZERO—The End of Prostate...
August 31 2015, 12:45 PM
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Even a kid with two dogs, a cat, some goldfish, and a hamster won’t turn down a visit to the local animal shelter. Instead of the quick trip in-and-out, the Denver Dumb Friends League (DDFL) invites kids from third to sixth grade to hang around all day during its Winter Critter Camp.
December 12 2014, 11:00 AM
As much as we love them, caring for a pet can be demanding. Daily walks, grooming, trips to the vet, and weekends spent on “poop patrol” can take up a lot of time and money. Now multiply these labors of love by 24,000—the average number of animals Denver's Dumb Friends League cares for...
April 24 2013, 1:12 PM
Rant: Coors Field Heat
Who doesn't love a magnificent Rocky Mountain sunset? Anyone sitting on the lower-level, first-base side for a summer night game at Coors, that's who.
When the temps shoot past 75 degrees, the relentless, early-evening glare means you'd best be prepared to squint,...
June 15 2012, 11:50 AM
The private showing of the King Tut Exhibition at the Denver Art Museum took place on Thursday, August 19th. Thanks to CoBiz and the Denver Art Museum for helping to put on a great event! [nggallery id=53]
August 20 2010, 2:56 PM
The Denver Nuggets' 102-93 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder was honestly a bit boring last night, but that's a good thing. It's not to say Denver didn't play well---because they did---and for once they got up early on an inferior team and maintained their pace for the entire game. All it really...
December 15 2009, 8:29 AM
Interviewed by Robert Sanchez, produced by Kayla Schulte Photography by David Raccuglia and James Collector 5280 staff writer Robert Sanchez brought a video camera, microphone, and two assistants with him when he interviewed the survivors of the Columbine tragedy in late February 2009. That bare-...
May 11 2009, 11:51 AM
A large crowd of students, families, and news media gathered at the Columbine Memorial in Littleton just before sunset yesterday for an informal candlelight vigil in remembrance of the high school tragedy that occurred ten years ago today. [nggallery id=14]
May 11 2009, 11:50 AM