—Photo by Marla R. Keown/Photographer
One hundred and sixteen years ago, members of the First Colorado Volunteers who had served in the Philippines during the Spanish American War gathered at the Colorado State Capitol and founded what would become the country’s first Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, VFW Post 1.
Post 1 celebrated...
December 10 2015, 11:42 AM
—Photo by Lucy Beaugard
With all the wind, chills, and hype last night's storm caused, one would've thought we would get at least an inch of snow. Sadly, the first storm of the year amounted to just a short-lived dusting of Denver. By 11 a.m., all that was left behind were puddles and sunshine.
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November 5 2015, 12:30 PM
One of Weiner's works hangs in a living room setting in Cherry Creek Shopping Center's recently opened Restoration Hardware.
—Photo courtesy of Mary Davis
Emerging artist Paul Weiner, 22, chose a tough subject for his most recent body of work: the 2012 Aurora theater shooting. As someone who grew up in Aurora, Weiner wanted to learn more about what had happened that night. But public information was scarce. The documents he did find were heavily...
October 29 2015, 10:36 AM
—Photo by Lucy Beaugard
Three damp construction workers peered into the gapping pit on Wazee Street between 18th and 19th streets on a cold, rainy Wednesday. When asked how they felt about working in the rain, the answer was unanimous, "wet." The space—formerly called "The Z Block"—is in the process of becoming the "Dairy...
October 22 2015, 10:40 AM
—Image courtesy of City of Mines © Anderson & Low
Eerie and elegantly ravaged mountainside homes in Victor set the scene for the work of Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low. London-based photographers Anderson & Low have been collaborating for almost three decades. They describe the Colorado town as “some hidden, forgotten place that time...
October 15 2015, 10:45 AM
—Photo by Amanda Croy
Fall has arrived in all its golden glory, and we couldn’t be more in love with our trips to the mountains. Kebler Pass, just west of Crested Butte, boasts mesmerizing views of rocky summits and leafy waves of green, gold, and amber. Saying goodbye to summer may be hard—but we're just about ready to...
October 1 2015, 9:30 AM
Photo courtesy of Cos Lindstrom.
Even though Colorado is one of the fittest states in the country, it’s still inspiring to see our state’s youth so involved in healthy outdoor activities. Photographer Cos Lindstrom captured this shot of a young cyclist from the Colorado High School Cycling League taking on the terrain in...
September 24 2015, 10:10 AM
Trine Bumiller stands surrounded by some of her work at McNichols Civic Center
Trine Bumiller stands in the McNichols Civic Center Building, surrounded by her paintings. For Bumiller, it's a feeling similar to being enveloped by her muse, Rocky Mountain National Park, where she spent 2014 as the artist in residence. The resulting exhibit, 100 Paintings For 100 Years,...
September 10 2015, 1:00 PM