Participants get spooky at the Zombie Run. —Photo by Human Movement Inc.
As the temperatures drop, it becomes more bearable (and less sweaty) for Coloradans to train and participate in athletic events across the state. This October, there is no lack of fun and charitable ways to get up and active, and these races will have you understanding why Colorado often ranks as...
October 1 2015, 2:00 PM
80239: Montbello and Stapleton
Top Title: The Equalizer
80218: Country Club, Cheesman Park,& and City Park West
Top Title: 22 Jump Street
80210: Wellshire, University Park, Cory-Merrill, University,...
—Photo by Rachel Adams
When pastry chef Natalia Spampinato replaced Kris Padalino at Bittersweet, she had a big role to fill. During her tenure at the Washington Park restaurant, Padalino became known for her playful, slightly savory desserts. But Spampinato, who hails from Frasca Food and Wine and Il Posto,...
April 21 2015, 8:30 AM
Spring is blooming in the West Washington Park neighborhood. —Photo by Sarah Boyum
This petite neighborhood is considered one of Denver’s most livable spaces. The area has a bubble effect—it sits barely south of Baker’s booming ‘hood and South Broadway dives, west of the ever-busy Washington Park, and walking distance to South Pearl Street, but maintains the air of...
April 14 2015, 12:30 PM
Homegrown's melon salad
A neighborhood pizza place is destined to be filled with families and children. And so it goes at Homegrown Tap & Dough on South Gaylord. But what this six-week-old spot does especially well is cater to the whole family. Here, pizza is the obvious choice (the kid-friendly margarita...
September 2 2014, 8:30 AM
THE NEIGHBORHOOD: WASHINGTON PARK
Of course, we had to start our new monthly column on Denver's neighborhoods with Wash Park, which is one of the city’s long-established neighborhoods. Its centerpiece is a 115-year-old park where joggers, cyclists, and volleyball players frolic (except when they...
June 24 2014, 10:00 AM
This summer, it will be easier to hide a spiked drink than a spiked volleyball at Wash Park. While the complete Washington Park alcohol ban did not materialize, other rules and regulations around the park will take full effect this Memorial Day weekend, including a new system for those who...
May 22 2014, 3:40 PM
John Holly’s Asian Bistro recently opened its fourth metro area location, this time in the former Japon location in Washington Park. Like the three other outposts in Lone Tree, Harvard Gulch, and Highlands Ranch, John Ye’s Pan Asian menu offers Chinese and Thai entrées as...
May 6 2014, 10:30 AM